Date: 30th November 2020
Location: Virtual- Zoom
Time: 15:00-16:00 GMT | 16:00-17:00 CET
FAQs LIVE Special: Scrum Guide 2020
Agility in Mind provides free interactive learning with our FAQs LIVE sessions across the globe. Our industry-leading consultants have animated our FAQs to bring agile topics to a virtual screen providing a great learning experience for all who attend.
We have evolved and adapted our FAQS LIVE to make sure our sessions provide a rich engaging experience to help clear peoples doubts and learn something new by delivering great content and giving people the opportunity to ask questions to help solidify their knowledge.
About this event
FAQs LIVE Special: What does the new Scrum Guide mean for us?
The November 2020 version of the Scrum Guide is set to be the biggest shakeup of the world’s most widely used agile framework in recent memory. We know so far that it is being cut from 19 pages down to 13, and is billed as “leaner, and more focused” than ever before.
The Scrum Guide has been subject to constant debate and opinion over its 25-year history. Is it too software focused? Are the rules too inflexible? Must we insist that people dutifully recite what they did yesterday and plan to do today? Do we really have to call it a backlog?
In this free webinar, all three of Agility in Mind’s Professional Scrum Trainers will open the box to reveal the exciting new version of Scrum. We’re expecting some significant changes, which we will discuss as a panel, as well as making time for your questions.
- The new Scrum Guide 2020 – headline changes (yet to be announced!)
- What changes if any, should Scrum teams consider making now?
- What opportunities does the new Scrum format open up for teams not currently using Scrum?
Meet your Panellists
Duncan is an experienced Professional Scrum Trainer (PST) and Scrum Master with a proven track record for delivering high quality products in a wide range of organisations including broadcasting, publishing, and online retail.
While working as a Scrum master his focus was to help teams deliver relevant, valuable products by facilitating pragmatic decision making at regular intervals. Keeping the needs of the business at the heart of his approach, Duncan has used Scrum and a range of complimentary practices to support the delivery of major products in high profile organisations.
Paul is an experienced and qualified Professional Scrum Trainer (PST), accredited by Scrum.org. Paul draws on many years of practical experience as an agile project coach and Professional Scrum Trainer. He has a proven track record for delivering high quality products, using these skills to help others build better products as a consultant, coach and trainer.
Paul has successfully achieved PSMI, PSMII, PSMIII and PST Professional Scrum certificates and is well qualified in making sure that delegates have a thorough understanding of the Professional Scrum Master course material in order to achieve success themselves.
Geoff is an experienced and qualified Professional Scrum Trainer (PST), accredited by Scrum.org. Geoff has a lifelong software development background in the UK and New Zealand in a variety of sectors including Retail, Telecoms, Finance, Education, and Government.
Geoff has successfully achieved PSKI, SPS, PSMI, PSMII, PSMIII and PST Professional Scrum certificates. He enjoys helping others understand and use agile frameworks to support and complement their own innate common sense and natural ways of working. In the training environment, Geoff always generates a sense of fun and enthusiasm to create a stimulating interactive learning space.
What our customers think
Really great session! Thank you so much for this. Loved the format of content then space to ask / discuss areas. Loved the dynamic between Duncan and Brian, and how they had each others’ back. Shamin, A
Good structure with focus of useful themes, split between requirements management and delivery approaches. Good knowledge and depth of experience to relevant response to question to real-world practical implementation of what works well. Great presenters Tim Smart
It allowed us to ask specific questions around SAFe, as opposed to being a generalised overview. It was also interesting to hear from other people, and the kind of questions they had Lorna Mason
It was a good opportunity for people to ask a range of questions of a couple of people who clearly know a lot about the subject matter.Nathan Dean
The format was great – 2 to 3 special topics followed by an open q&a. It was never boring and the presenters knew what they were talking about. ”Anonymous”