Fixing Your Scrum Training with Michigan Technology Services, Ryan Ripley and Todd Miller
Michigan Technology Services offers instructor-led Fixing Your Scrum training, as well as other Agile and Scrum courses. In a pre-Covid world our training would take place at our location in the Farmington Hills/Novi area, 20 miles outside of Detroit, or onsite at your office anywhere around the world. Our Fixing Your Scrum workshops and Agile coaching sessions are now offered online/virtually, reducing your need to travel.
While many PST’s fly into metro Detroit to deliver Scrum and Agile classes at a hotel, and then leave, we live here and support the local Agile community. We continue to sponsor regional Agile conferences and meetups. We have successfully run Agile and ScrumMaster and Product Owner courses for multiple teams from globally recognized organizations.
What is Fixing Your Scrum training?
Broken Scrum practices limit your organization’s ability to take full advantage of the agility that Scrum can provide. It takes a collective effort at many levels of an organization to solve these problems. You can’t, however, solve these bad Scrum practices if you don’t know whether or not they are lurking in the shadows of your organization.
Bring life back to Scrum with this one-day workshop.
We use advanced facilitation techniques to leverage the full intelligence of your team. We will make transparent and inspect areas that need the most attention. We will work with you and your team(s) to create action plans to move you and your organization forward. It will be up to you to adapt.
Our Fixing Your Scrum Workshop covers the solutions to the most common anti-patterns and bad Scrum practices that hold Scrum Teams back. This course is a combination of instruction and interactive activities facilitated with Liberating Structures. This workshop is a cutting-edge online experience designed to help teams learn how to truly use Scrum as a competitive advantage for their organization. The course includes advanced Scrum thinking and facilitation techniques along with deep discussions about the Scrum principles and values that lead to team success.
In this workshop, students will face challenging Scrum problems and will walk away with real solutions and ideas that can be immediately used to help their teams improve. This workshop is built around hands-on activities based on actual case studies and experiences.
You will be challenged to inspect Scrum practices and the underlying values and principles missing in your Scrum Teams to better understand how to adapt — with the goal of improving how your organization solves complex problems with the Scrum Framework.
- Scrum theory and principles
- The importance of the Scrum Values
- Correcting the common anti-patterns and mistakes
- Facilitating valuable Scrum Events
- The impact of a Scrum Master fulfilling their role correctly
Your Workshop Leaders:
|Ryan Ripley is Professional Scrum Trainer. He created the Professional Agile Leadership material and certification for Scrum.org. He hosts the popular podcast, “Agile for Humans,” is the co-author of the new book, “Fixing Your Scrum,” along with Todd Miller and is continuously invited to talk at numerous Agile conferences. He teaches and coaches agile teams all over the globe.|
|Todd Miller is a Professional Scrum Trainer. He has practical experience as a Scrum Master, Product Owner, Developer, and Agile coach on a variety of technical and creative projects across a multitude of industries. He presently coaches and trains enterprises and teams across the USA on the Scrum framework, enterprise Agile transformation, and professional software development.|
Additional Benefits of taking our Fixing Your Scrum workshop
Participants are eligible for Scrum Educational and Professional Development Units
Want a Fixing Your Scrum workshop for your team?
Private classes for groups are available upon request. Contact us by email or call 248-489-0408 for details.
Who should attend this workshop?
The Fixing Your Scrum Workshop is for anyone with experience working on a Scrum Team. This experience is especially beneficial for Scrum Masters, Product Owners, and Developers who want to get the most out of their Scrum implementations. Leaders and managers who are accountable for getting the most out of the investments made in Scrum will find much to gain from this workshop as well.
We do not require you to be a Certified ScrumMaster or Product Owner to attend. We do, however, expect participants to have a core knowledge of Scrum and Agile Learning Objectives.
- Development of a common language
- Understanding of core problems in IT Product and Software Development
- Professional introduction and establishment of Agile techniques
- Role management plays in the Agile change of an organization