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About the Course
Has your company already implemented Scrum? Learn how to amplify your Scrum implementation and development cycles with LEAN
In this course, Tommy Norman demonstrates how to apply Lean methods to Scrum.
Part I covers Lean and Kanban principles and patterns to provide learners a solid understanding for where Lean came from and an overview of its various principles.
Part II concentrates on taking what was learned in Part 1 and integrating those principles into a Scrum implementation.
What You Will Learn
• Foundation in Lean principles
• Practices for applying Lean principles in a Scrum implementation
Who Should Take This Course:
- Anyone directly involved in a Scrum team
- Product Owner
- Scrum team member looking to optimize their Scrum implementation
• Intermediate. Some knowledge of Scrum and agile would be beneficial
Get started today improving and streamlining your organization’s Scrum implementation using lean principles.
Tommy Norman is the Lean/Agile Coach at LeanKit, ensuring that they embody the values and principles behind their product. He is the coordinator for the Agile Nashville user group and the Music City Agile conference, as well as a frequent speaker at local and national events. He is a CSM, CSP, CSC, PSM I, and 9-time Microsoft MVP.