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ScrumLab PrimePrime members enjoy unrestricted access to all our webinars and advanced Scrum topics. It includes clear definitions and insightful videos from the inventor of Scrum on the most advanced topics in the agile community.
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Getting to Done The second value in the Agile Manifesto is to have working product at the end of every sprint. Yet only 20% of teams that call themselves ‘Agile’ actually do. There is a lot of bad agile out there. It doesn’t have to be this way. Getting to Done isn’t…read more
Scrum Fundamentals Scrum Fundamentals is designed to help get new teams up and running and more experienced Teams back on track. If you want to get more out of Scrum than you are getting, this course can fine tune your current practices by explaining...read more
Scrum in Sales Scrum has it’s roots in software development, but it is often applied in other domains. Manufacturing, education, contracting, defense, even non-profit work. One area of early success in adopting Scrum has been sales. Businesses that have…read more
Muda Muda, or wasted effort, is one of the three types of waste outlined by Taiichi Ohno in his seminal book, The Toyota Production System. (See the slides for a breakdown of all three forms of Waste.) Estimated time for this course: 15 minutes Audience: Beginner...read more
Scrum at Scale™ Part 3 Jeff Sutherland and the Scrum Inc. team present Scrum at Scale™ Part 3 - an object-oriented model for scaling Scrum across the business. The modular approach allows for the overall system to work together even if individual modules aren't...read more
Agile Testing This webinar covers the rigorous development and testing practices used by the fastest Scrum teams. Using real world examples gathered from years of experience, Scrum Inc.’s Joe Justice and Agile42’s Dave Sharrock explain how to implement both practical…read more
Interrupt Pattern Interrupts happen. In computing, an operating system has to be able to handle interrupts or the machine will crash. It’s the same with Sprints. The key to handling interruptions is to expect them. Estimated time for this course: 12 minutes…read more
Finish Early, Accelerate Faster Finish Early, Accelerate Faster (FEAF) is a Scrum pattern language composed of a number of Scrum Patterns used together. FEAF is an incredibly powerful pattern language because it will help new Teams establish good practices...read more
Yesterday's Weather Yesterday’s Weather is a Scrum pattern that helps Teams quickly calculate how many Points they will likely complete in the upcoming Sprint. The name comes from the fact that the best predictor of today’s weather is yesterday’s weather. In most...read more
Scrum at Scale™ Part 2 Jeff Sutherland and the Scrum Inc. team present Scrum at Scale Part 2 - an object-oriented model for scaling Scrum across an enterprise. The modular approach allows for the overall system to work together even if individual modules aren't...read more
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- Attending Live online courses with a CST count under category B (small group training) - unlimited number of SEUs can count
- Attending Live online courses without a CST presenting or hosting would count as category F (synchronous learning) - up to 15 SEUs available
- Watching any Recorded courses (whether hosted by a CST or not) would count as category E (Asynchronous learning/independent study) - up to 15 additional SEUs available
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Can I earn PMI Professional Development Units (PDUs)?
Yes, PMPs can receive 1 Category B PDU for each hour spent on our online courses. You must claim all PDUs earned at Scrum Inc. events as Category B PDUs.
Scrum Inc. is not a pre-approved PMI education provider, but your time spent at our courses and interacting with ScrumLab can be claimed as PDUs. To learn how to claim your PDUs, visit the How to Submit PDUs for Courses & Training page on the PMI website. The bold text under Step #3 explains how to claim credit for classes and training offered by third-party providers.
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