Even after achieving success with Scrum, teams are still limited by the amount of work they can do and the value they can create. They need to expand, or scale, to a group of Scrum Teams working together on the same product. When doing so, they often encounter common challenges with cross-team dependencies, self-management, transparency and accountability.
When introducing heavy-weight scaling methodologies, teams often find that the added overhead slows down the teams and distracts from the essence and benefits of Scrum. Instead, Scrum.org created the Nexus Framework™ by minimally extending the Scrum Framework to include ways that help solve the dependency and collaboration challenges of cross-team work. Since Nexus enhances the foundational elements of Scrum, it reinforces the benefits of Scrum while also being familiar to those that have used Scrum.
The Scaled Professional Scrum™ (SPS) with Nexus course, builds on the Nexus framework by introducing complementary practices and techniques proven to help teams scale. The course also includes a free attempt at the globally recognized Scaled Professional Scrum (SPS) certification exam.
It is ideal for:
This course is not suitable for professionals with little Scrum knowledge or experience.
Receive a $100 discount for each Scrum.Org Professional Scrum assessment you have already passed (Scrum.org profile link will need to be sent to email@example.com in order to receive discount code for registration)
Two 60-minute certification test prep sessions scheduled in the weeks after the workshop
Exchange tips, challenges and get ongoing support from Org Whisperers trainers
Integrates ROI-based learning techniques into the training
Integrates co-active coaching techniques into the training
Integrates brain-friendly learning into the training
Integrates success and horror stories from real-world Scrum adoptions in companies ranging from 10 people to 10,000 people
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