Scrum explained in two hours

The free Scrum in 2h event is designed to get you familiar with the method, the goal and the general framework before considering if and how Scrum is a method for your or in your organization.

  • Learn how Scrum works as a framework for teams
  • Find out how Scrum helps you in your organization
  • Learn about the roles, rituals, and values of Scrum

Target Group:
Agile Insights,
max. 2 hours
Certified by:
Certificate of participation
Beginner level

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Target audience

Who should attend the info event on Scrum?

The Info Event is for anyone who is currently implementing Scrum or planning to do so. Whether decision makers on company level, team members who want a deepening or a refresher as well as absolute newcomers of agile topics will find here the suitable introduction. Within two hours, our trainer will teach you the framework as well as the areas of application and the pros and cons of agile methods.

All those who are thinking about introducing Scrum, or who are not sure that everything is going "according to plan" so far, can get feedback here on whether Scrum is the right thing for their company.


What is Scrum about in 2h?

This information session teaches the values and principles as well as the roles and rituals within the Scrum framework. The goal is to explain agile working methods through a practical introduction and how it helps Scrum teams organize themselves and set priorities properly.

With Scrum in 2h you will get an ideal overview of the Scrum framework and the agile manifesto in general, as well as the roles like Scrum Master, Product Owner and Agile Leader in particular.

Whether you want to go deeper into the individual roles or the framework itself afterwards, Scrum in 2h offers you a general insight into this agile method and an exchange with our certified Scrum trainers, who can answer any question you have about Scrum or Agile.


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