Each learning nugget is divided into a learning part and a reflecting part. Both parts can be done individually according to your own topic and wishes.
The "Starting Point" of each Learning Nugget will give you the needed context and focus for your personal learning experience.
The "Preparation" section provides you with the needed information to start your learning experience.
The "Doing" section defines the learning tasks and their sequence for your learning experience.
The section "Learning Sources" will provide you with all the needed material to learn new topics with your individual pace.
Our Session will focus on Scrum as a development framework.
Shifting customer needs are common in today's marketplace. Businesses must be adaptive and responsive to change while delivering an exceptional customer experience to be competitive. Traditional development and delivery frameworks such as waterfall are often ineffective. In contrast, Scrum is a value-driven agile approach which incorporates adjustments based on regular and repeated customer and stakeholder feedback. And Scrum’s built-in rapid response to change leads to substantial benefits such as fast time-to-market, higher satisfaction, and continuous improvement—which supports innovation and drives competitive advantage.
Scott M. Graffius, Agile Scrum
Watch and read the videos and texts referenced under "Learning Sources" and try to reflect on these statements and the resulting implications for your work. Some statements may surprise you at first. Do they contradict the way you work? Or does this kind of work make sense for you?
A learning session includes your personal reflection on the given learning nugget and optional a peer reflection with one or many colleagues in your team.
This part shall be done as your personal home work. Your learning session starts with a video that introduces you to the topic, complemented by reading material to deepen your understanding of the subject. Within each learning session questions that serve to reflect on and deepen the knowledge gained are provided.
To deepen your knowledge and as a first reflection in a group, we recommend that you choose someone from your team and discuss the reflection questions together.
Of course, this only makes sense if this person has also worked on the same learning nugget.