What does it take to be a good Scrum Trainer…01-01-2015
Announcing: Scrum Trainer Mentoring Program03-02-2015
Steve and the Scrum Alliance are striving to build a Learning Consortium to explore the management implications of the emerging Creative Economy.
The members of the Learning Consortium will select five organizations from among these submissions and organize one-day site visits at their locations. Each host organization will make presentations and hold discussions about what it is doing, how it is doing it, and what it is learning. Membership of the consortium is limited to 30 organizations.
Each organization will be invited to send participants on the site visits. Once the site visits are complete, Scrum Alliance will organize a conference at which the Learning Consortium will make presentations and hold discussions about what has been learned. The Learning Consortium will produce a report of the conclusions of the visits and its review. The report will be made available to the 30 organizations.
Could your organization want to be one those 30 companies?
Are you curious? If so, please contact me, and I will be happy to put you in touch with Steve! Or here is more info:
- Steve presents the idea on Forbes.com.
- You can find the full concept on Steve Denning’s website.
- You can find Financial Times columnist Andrew Hill’s article supporting the idea online (paywall).
Could someone in your organization be interested in participating? If so, please drop me a line! And I will be happy to put you in touch with Steve directly.
EDIT: fixed missing links, formatting.