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what_do_we_need_to_have_in_place_prior_to_initial_scrum_team_training [2015/11/20 08:22]
Hans Samios [Initial Set of Requirements]
what_do_we_need_to_have_in_place_prior_to_initial_scrum_team_training [2016/07/03 13:38] (current)
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 One approach you can take when going through initial Scrum / agile team training is to set yourself up for real work so that the very next day after you have gone through the training, you are operating in a Scrum / agile mode, actually doing it. There are huge benefits in doing it this way in that the training becomes a whole lot less theoretical,​ and a bunch more practical, so it is an approach I like to use where possible. One approach you can take when going through initial Scrum / agile team training is to set yourself up for real work so that the very next day after you have gone through the training, you are operating in a Scrum / agile mode, actually doing it. There are huge benefits in doing it this way in that the training becomes a whole lot less theoretical,​ and a bunch more practical, so it is an approach I like to use where possible.
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 +This is also what we'd do if, for example, an organization wanted to set up a pilot project to try out Agile and Scrum concepts and to understand how they'd be applied to their organization.
  
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