Professional Agile Leadership – Essentials PAL-E
The 2 day workshop to equip leaders and managers of Agile teams along with their Product Owners and Scrum Masters to help their organizations change by providing them with all the knowledge they wil need
What Happens on a Professional Scrum Master Course?
Leaders will understand how agility adds value to their organization and why their
support in creating the proper culture is essential to success. They will be prepared to support and enable teams by providing guidance and removing impediments that are beyond the team’s ability to address.
An understanding of techniques to
support teams to sustain long-term agility including the role that leaders play, shifts in thinking, and the relationship between complexity and empiricism.
MEASURE AGILE DELIVERY
Guidance of how to measure and guide agile product delivery
An overview of what “Agile” is and
why organizations need it to thrive in a
DEVELOPMENT OF PEOPLE
Ways to continue the development of the people to help them grow and prosper in an agile way of working.
What is the Course About?
The Scrum.org Course Stewards explain what the course is about.
All participants completing the Professional Agile Leadership Essentials course will receive a password to attempt the PAL I assessment. The industry-recognized PAL I certification requires a minimum passing score on this rigorous assessment.
WHY AGILE MATTERS
We’re going to learn the answer to this. And we’re going to learn more about what it means to become agile.
CHALLENGES OF AN AGILE LEADER
Explore the challenges that Leaders are facing when entering an Agile transformation; How the role of the Leader relates to the Scrum roles; The focus areas of an Agile Leader
LEADERS GROW AGILITY
Discover some techniques leaders can use to help organizations sustain agility. Understanding the relationship between complexity and empiricism
Give leaders insight in how a Scrum team typically becomes mature, so they are able to create a plan for developing a team
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