The Scrum is the de facto standard for how Agile teams work. Scrum exists only in its entirety and functions well as a container for other techniques, methodologies and practices. Scrum Teams keep improving how they work, based on what they learn by inspecting and adapting on an ongoing basis.

In the Professional Scrum™ with Kanban (PSK) class, students will learn how additional practices from Kanban can be introduced into their Scrum Teams without changing Scrum, thereby maximizing benefits from their Scrum implementation.

Professional Scrum™ with Kanban (PSK) course teaches Scrum practitioners how to apply Kanban practices to their work. Participants will learn how their Scrum Teams can introduce complementary practices from Kanban while continuing the way they are already working with Scrum, and without changing Scrum. In this class, students will:

Gain a clear understanding of how flow works within the context of Scrum

Be introduced to Kanban practices that Scrum Teams can adopt to help improve their effectiveness and efficiency

Understand how to effectively use the appropriate Kanban practices without changing Scrum

Learn a practical approach to improving transparency and visibility of work

2-days face-to-face / Live Online training program 

One FREE attempt of PSK assessment, of value $200.

Another FREE attempt of PSK ($200) if the first attempt is made within 14 days after the class AND if the participant doesn't pass in the first attempt

Participants can claim 14 SEUs and/or PDUs towards their Scrum Alliance and PMI certificate renewal.

The Professional Scrum™ with Kanban (PSK) course is for anyone already doing Scrum to deliver products, and intends to further improve and maximize benefits from Scrum. It is particularly beneficial for Scrum Masters, looking to add Flow techniques to their toolbox. The Professional Scrum™ with Kanban (PSK) course is for:

All Scrum Practitioners

Scrum Masters / Agile Coaches

Product Owners / Product Managers

Anyone leading and coaching teams toward increased effectiveness

Project Managers and Team Leaders

Development Team Members