The Scrum.org Partner Program provides partners with resources and opportunities to improve their skills, build larger audiences, and have a greater impact on the profession of software development. They are a part of the larger Scrum.org global community that includes Scrum.org employees, Professional Scrum Trainers, and other partners from all around the world.
Program Development Partners
Program Development Partners (PDPs) are companies that work with Scrum.org to create Professional Scrum courses. We work with PDPs in various parts of the world, including the USA, Canada, Germany, and Switzerland.
Scrum.org maintains a defined curriculum for all Professional Scrum courses and selects only the most qualified instructors to deliver them. Each instructor brings his or her individual experiences and areas of expertise to bear, but all students learn the same core course content. This ensures that each student receives the best and most valuable experience regardless of which class they attend.
Partners in Principle
Partners in Principle are organizations that join us in our mission to “improve the profession of software development,” and actively seek to drive agility and transparency within their own organizations and with others. We collaborate closely with our Partners in Principle on their path to agility and work together within the values and principles of the Agile Manifesto and the values of Scrum.
Scrum.org requires that members of the Partners in Principle program be active in the wider agile and Scrum community. These organizations should seek first to foster their internal development competencies and be able to demonstrate this initiative through evidence.
Becoming a Partner
If your company is interested in becoming either a Program Development Partner or Partner in Principle of Scrum.org, please contact us with your proposal.