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The Agile4Hardware training training
In this Agile4Hardware training we deal with the application of Scrum in the area of complex physical product development. The training makes use of training techniques that rely on the participants’ involvement and the adequate combination of theory, practice, and open space, which allow for the discussion of real-life situations brought by the participants: Short theory sessions will be followed by practice examples, discussions and group exercises. Next to the detailed examination of the peculiarities of the agile development of complex physical products, a group coaching will be another highlight on the third day. Here the participants get the opportunity to discuss their own projects and challenges.
Experienced Agilists (Scrum Master, Product Owner, Executives) with at least two years of experience in agile way of working.
After successfully completing the Agile4Hardware course, the participants recieve a certificate by the Scrum Academy.
The application of Scrum and other agile methods have been successfully applied in software development for decades. However, the principles of Scrum can not be applied to the development of complex physical products without any adaption needed. As part of the Agile4Hardware training participants will learn how to deal with the challenges and possibilites of Agile4Hardware. In different examples we will demonstrate how agile hardware product development can be successfully shaped across organizations.
What else you should know...
For the preparation of the training, we ask the participants to prepare the current challenges and questions they have and to bring them with them. In our Group Coaching on Day 3, some participants will have the opportunity to present their current project to the group and receive first-hand feedback. This is based on the Las Vegas motto "what is discussed in the training, stays in training!"