Scrum Discovery Workshop
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About the Workshop
Scrum is considered a lightweight agile framework that helps people, teams and organizations generate value through adaptive solutions to solve complex problems. Many companies have adopted the framework to effectively manage smaller-scale projects and develop new products faster and more efficiently. In the early years, Scrum is mostly used by software development teams, but in recent years, it has been widely adopted in many other non-IT or software-related projects.
The Scrum Discovery Workshop is designed specifically to help companies discover and understand the concept of Scrum and its benefits for the organization. It is suitable for companies that are interested to learn more about Scrum, especially when and how it can be used to bring value to the company.
The main objectives of the Scrum Discovery Workshop:
- To help your team to understand the concept of Scrum
- Develop the Scrum adoption roadmap and implementation plan
- Obtain a clear understanding of the Scrum practices and events
- Identify and evaluate if it is suitable for your team to adopt Scrum
In this 1 ½ hour workshop, the Agile consultant will share with you some of the key topics about Scrum, such as:
- The core concept of Scrum
- The Scrum roles
- How Scrum can benefit your team or organization
- The next steps and assessment
- Q&A session
Scrum Discovery Workshop Deliverables
At the end of the workshop, the organization will receive a comprehensive report that includes:
- A detailed Scrum adoption roadmap and implementation plan.
- A detailed Scrum maturity assessment results.
- An overview of Scrum events and practices, including recommendations from the Agile consultant for the most suitable next steps for your team.
- A list of key success factors and potential challenges.
- Participant size: 3 – 8 participants
- Format: In-person
- Venue: The client’s office or meeting room
- Duration: 1 – 1 ½ hours
- Target audience: It is suitable for individuals that are interested to learn more about Scrum, especially how it can be applied in their organization to help achieve business goals.