Professional Agile Leadership - Essentials
Live Virtual Class, March 23-24, 2023
Due to COVID-19, this class will be held virtually. Please use the links below to contact the trainer for more details.
Professional Scrum Trainer's Ryan Ripley and Todd Miller are facilitating this online event. Every participant will receive a digital copy of Ryan and Todd's book, Fixing Your Scrum: Practical Solutions to Common Scrum Problems. Each participant will also receive a voucher to attend a future in person PAL-
Professional Agile Leadership Essentials (PAL-E) is a 2-day workshop created by Scrum.org to provide a foundation for leaders to help their organizations be successful with Agile and Scrum. This workshop uses a combination of instruction and team-based exercises to help participants learn how to empower teams and enable their organizations to reap the benefits of an agile product delivery approach.
The course is limited to a maximum of 25 participants.
This workshop will equip leaders and managers with the tools they need to promote healthy organizational change by providing participants with:
An overview of what "Agile" is, why organizations need it to survive and thrive in a changing world, how it works, and how to quantify its benefits from a business perspective
An understanding of how to help form and support agile teams using an empirical approach to product delivery
An understanding of typical challenges that agile teams face and how to support them
About Your Trainer
A Professional Scrum Trainer with Scrum.org, Ryan Ripley has experience as a software developer, manager, director, and ScrumMaster at various Fortune 500 companies in the medical device, wholesale, and financial services industries. Ryan is committed to helping teams break the cycle of “bad Scrum” so they can deliver valuable software that delights their customers.
The host of Agile for Humans, the top Agile podcast on iTunes, Ryan lives in Indiana with his wife Kristin and three children. He blogs at ryanripley.com and is on Twitter @ryanripley. Ryan loves talking about all things Agile and promises not to speak in the third person if you come up and ask him a question.