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    25 Years of Scrum - The new and Improved Scrum Manifesto

    Event Details
    20 Jan 2021
    14:00 - 14:45

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  • Creating balanced teams

    25 Years of Scrum - The new and Improved Scrum Manifesto

    Event Details
    20 Jan 2021
    14:00 - 14:45

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The Scrum Manifesto has seen the development of a large, empowered community of professionals and the new guide has been influenced by contributions by its community. November 2020 marked 25 years since the launch of Scrum framework and 10 years since the last published Scrum guide.

Founders Dr.Jeff Sutherland and Ken Schwaber have made updates to the Scrum guide, which has been deemed contemporary, leaner and more transparent than before. With an introduction of a product goal, one team, focused on one product, self-managing over self-organizing along with many other changes,  the new Scrum guide is a simplified model for a wider audience.

The key pillars of Transparency, Inspection and Adaption are still cornerstones of good Scrum and whilst the new guide is leaner these core elements remain in place. Join your peers on this learning experiential learning event, where you can hear first about the changes made to the Scrum Manifesto and discuss what these changes mean to you within your role.

By attending this event you will:

  1. Learn about the improvements made to the Scrum Guide

  2. Understand what impact these changes have made to organisations working within an Agile environment

  3. Gain access to an online and downloadable copy to the official Scrum Guide

Target Audience 

Suitable to members who are interested in Agile methods, principles and practices within their organisation

 

Speakers

 

Chetna Ghuliani

Agile Coach, Cancer Research UK


Summary

Chetna  has over fifteen years of experience in IT industry, with expertise in delivering complex business critical projects using agile development practices. Before joining Cancer Research UK, she performed various roles in different Agile projects as an Agile Business Analyst, Scrum Master, Agile Delivery Manager. Chetna has also worked as an Agile Consultant & Trainer across the UK & Europe.

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