Agile became popular in 1998 with eXtreme programming (XP). The agile XP engineering practices are crucial for longterm technical success and each team member needs to practice them. Scrum is a very effective management framework to create the best possible product in a complex environment in a given time frame.
To be really effective agile, both worlds XP and Scrum need to be combined. Once your teams are cross-functional, self-organizing and able to write clean, tested and releasable code, then your executive teams are free to focus on the more important aspect: the value stream. What generates your value and how can you maximize it? How can you really have an impact on your ROI and TCO?
effective agile. has over 20 years of agile experience ranging from portfolio management to running effective Scrum teams down to state of the art agile engineering practices. effective agile. provides you with a holistic approach.
effective agile. works closely together with Scrum.org and Ken Schwaber, one of the two fathers of Scrum. Ralph Jocham is Europe’s first Professional Scrum Master (PSM) trainer and co-developed the Professional Scrum Developer (PSD) for Java training. Ralph is personally trained by Ken and works closely with him.
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training offerings include:
Professional Agile Leadership Essentials; Helping Leaders Understand their Role in Enabling Agile Transformation
Professional Scrum Developer; agile Team based training for Scrum Developers with Java
Professional Scrum Foundations; Fundamental Scrum training
Professional Scrum with Kanban; Improving Flow for Scrum Teams
Professional Scrum Master; Advanced training for Scrum Masters
Professional Scrum Master ΙΙ; Advanced training το support Scrum Masters in their professional development
Professional Scrum Product Owner; Advanced training for Scrum Product Owners
Professional Scrum Product Owner Advanced; Advanced training for Product Owners who are looking to grow their knowledge and abilities.
Scaled Professional Scrum with Nexus; Learn To Scale Scrum Beyond A Single Team