Scrum.org is a proud sponsor of the ALM Forum in Seattle, April 1-3. We'll be discussing Evidence-Based Management (EBMgt™) and how it can be used to prove and improve the value software organizations contribute to their customers and organization, based on both direct evidence of value, and circumstantial evidence of software development capability. Ken Schwaber, co-founder of Scrum and founder of Scrum.org, will be delivering a keynote on Day 2 (Wed. 8:30 - 9:30 am) explaining why measuring, optimizing, and improving software development is critical to organizational agility.
Don't miss Scrum.org Professional Scrum Trainers, Simon Reindl, Mike Vincent, and Dani Tobler who will be conducting a pre-conference workshop, "Agile Practices that Matter", where you can experience Scrum enriched with agile practices within a self-organizing Scrum Team. This workshop brings highlights of the official Scrum.org Professional Scrum Foundations™ (PSF) and Professional Scrum Developer™ (PSD) trainings—a unique opportunity for anyone to learn about Scrum by experiencing it in a classroom environment.
Lastly, be sure to drop by the Scrum.org booth to learn more about how using Evidence-Based Management can help improve your Application Lifecycle Management.
See you at the ALM Forum 2014