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How Agile Leaders Lead By Example
Agile leaders foster a culture of innovation and collaboration to deliver value quickly. They ensure their organization is optimized to capitalize on opportunities and confidently adapt to challenges. Doing this consistently doesn’t happen by chance. It happens by design. Become an Agile Leader today.
Learn How Scrum@Scale Optimizes Organizational Agility.
Dive deep into the insights and strategies Scrum Inc. has learned from scaling Scrum in businesses around the world. Our highly interactive Agile Leader@Scale course is built around real-world case studies and taught by those who have successfully transformed organizations around the globe.
Participants will learn how to effectively and efficiently scale Scrum in their organization by optimizing people, processes, and products through the lens of leadership.
You will also gain a deep understanding of organizational health & design, prioritization & alignment, and efficiency & effectiveness throughout the entirety of this course.
Create and refine your organizational structure to improve efficiency and adaptability. Allow for rapid pivots at scale based on emerging business needs.
Create the right system to allow for true organizational agility. Foster a culture of innovation, collaboration, and responsiveness to change across your organization.
Ensure your culture, vision, and priorities are working towards a clearly understood goal. Remove those things slowing down innovation and productivity.
Build on success, pivot with ease when needed. Make continual improvement part of your organization’s DNA to ensure your teams can accelerate consistently and rapidly deliver better outcomes.
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Leading Insights in Agile Leadership
Scrum Inc.’s Robert Woods recently received of an article from 1967. If you peer through the time-space language filter, you will see forward-thinking Agile concepts around teams, motivation, and modern leadership.
Engaged, empowered employees are critical to the success of any organization. As leadership thinks through the new reality of work, honest feedback on employee experience is key to unlocking productivity and potential. We interviewed four people from different industries to learn about their experience during the pandemic.
There are no shortcuts in an Agile transformation, but there are known patterns of success. Matthew Jacobs, our Chief Product Owner of Agile Transformations, has identified seven core functions that must be address to ensure the overall effectiveness of your Scrum Teams are not limited by legacy structures and institutional barriers.
During the week of the Tesla Model 3 Launch in Fremont, CA, Tesla invited Scrum Inc. to host a Scrum Inc Scrum Master and Scrum Inc Product Owner course at the factory. On Wednesday, we had a tour at the production site in Elon Musk's personal golf cart. An awesome...
Trust vs. Control in Agile Leadership I Listened to Spotify enterprise coach and Agile thought leader Henrik Knieberg's keynote and loved his analogy on Trust vs. Control. He uses the concept of traffic regulation, specifically a traffic circle vs. an...
Responsibilities of the Executive Action Team Transitioning from traditional project management to Scrum is a paradigm shift. Too often, leadership believes implementing Scrum is a simple process change that can be delegated. Leadership must own an Agile transition...
Agile Leader@Scale Training
Who Should Take Our Agile Leader@Scale Course? Current and aspiring leaders looking to optimize their organization to match the modern business climate.
When you join us, you’ll learn how to establish organizational alignment, champion a dynamic organizational culture, and ensure organizational effectiveness through a combination of hands-on exercises, guided discussions with agile leaders, and the review of real-world case studies from teams across a diverse set of industries.
|➢ Project Managers||➢ Team Leads|
|➢ Scrum Masters||➢ Management Professionals|
|➢ Lean Professionals||➢ Emerging Leaders|
Agile Leader@Scale helps current and emerging leaders drive, sustain and scale success across an organization.
Why Take The Agile Leader@Scale Course
with Scrum Inc?
Quality leadership has always been a critical component of success. As the business world changes, the concept of what makes a good leader evolves. Who do you trust to give you the context, skills, and understanding needed to become an Agile leader?
Scrum Inc. was founded by Dr. Jeff Sutherland, co-creator of Scrum, creator of Scrum@Scale, and signatory of the Agile Manifesto. Our instructors aren’t academics – they’re practitioners who continue to successfully help transform organizations in a wide range of industries.
Each has an established record of successfully implementing the concepts and techniques they share in class. You’ll leave our course knowing not just what needs to be done, but how to do it.
What Students Are Saying:
“Very practical and applicable tools were provided. Being able to hear others’ experiences and challenges and how they are dealing with and overcoming them was very helpful.”
Jill W., VP – Noble Research Institute
“It's nice to see official guidance for Agile Leaders.”
Ash T., Managing Director, Agilityzer
“I really enjoyed the conversations and hearing about others’ experiences, lessons learned, challenges, successes.”
Kaye B., Agile Transformation Consultant, Scrum Inc.
Equip your organization with the skills and techniques driving modern business success.
Ensure your success in a disruptive environment with proven practices that facilitate a better way of working. Scrum@Scale makes success at scale a reality.
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