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This free webinar explores how EduScrum enables educators to achieve better results with their students and prepares learners for professional careers that are more impactful and fulfilling.
Learn how Scrum helps Human Resource professionals tackle their biggest challenges. Learn tactics for creating a truly agile culture. Free webinar and more.
From mega-projects and infrastructure to commercial buildings and residential construction, Scrum projects are safer and come in under budget and early. Attend this webinar to learn how Agile and Scrum are revolutionizing construction.
Distributed Teams: Mitigating Business Risk in Uncertain TimesThis free webinar explores how your business can mitigate a significant business risk imposed from the Coronavirus by activating distributed Agile teams. Feel Free To Enjoy the Webinar NowHow to Create...
In this webinar tailored to nonprofits, you will learn: what the Scrum framework is and why utilizing the Scrum framework in your nonprofit will significantly improve your way of doing work.
We asked you to tell us about the Scrum challenges that your team is facing. In this video, JJ Sutherland and Jess Larsen tackle some challenging questions.
2017 Scrum Guide Revision Webinar Watch the Full Video of the Scrum Guide Revision Webinar Please post your comments or questions related to the webinar on this page so that responses are transparent and shared with everyone. The Scrum Guide reflects the...
What is Timeboxing? Timeboxing is allotting a fixed, maximum unit of time for an activity. That unit of time is called a time box. The goal of timeboxing is to define and limit the amount of time dedicated to an activity. Scrum uses timeboxing for all of the Scrum...
Saab Defense uses the Scrum framework to organize thousands of engineers into hundreds of teams that deliver a new iteration of the jet every three weeks.
On July 6, Jeff Sutherland and Ken Schwaber, the creators of the Scrum Framework, held a webinar to discuss updates to the Scrum Guide. They also answered questions submitted by scrum practitioners around the globe.
Under what categories can I claim SEUs for Online courses?
- 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
You can learn more about SEUs on the Scrum Alliance website. If you need help with your Scrum Alliance profile, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Can I earn PMI Professional Development Units (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.