SCRUM – an agile approach for the enterprise environment

During the training sessions, you will learn the basic SCRUM approaches and other agile methodologies. We will also focus on the use of agile approaches in enterprise environments when delivering comprehensive information systems. In the second half of the day, you will get hands-on experience of all the steps implemented in agile development.

Rostislav Mayer

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Course fee: agreed on an individual basis

Who are the intended participants?

  • IT managers
  • Business managers
  • CIOs
  • Project managers
  • Analysts
  • Development specialists
  • Architects


  • Differences between a standard waterfall model and the agile approach
  • Principles of agile thinking
  • Most commonly used agile approaches – SCRUM, LEAN, KANBAN, DEVOPS
  • Comparison of agile and iterative manners of software development
  • SCRUM – framework
  • SCRUM roles – scrum master, team, product owner
  • Product backlog
  • Sprint planning, daily stand-up
  • Sprint review
  • Sprint retrospective
  • Agile approaches in corporations (enterprise sphere) – outline – Spotify connection, LeSS, SAFe – In enterprise environments, a standard SCRUM approach is difficult to grasp due to the coordination of teams and the necessity for the comprehensive integration of systems being developed; in this block we will present basic possible approaches to the implementation of agile deliveries in an enterprise sphere and describe possible solutions.
  • Practical exercise: SCRUM in practice – 3 hour block
    • During the exercise, you will get to try all parts of the SCRUM process, including team coordination in building a joint product.


You will:

  • Gain the necessary skills and learn about the principles of SCRUM and agile thinking
  • Become aware of the most frequent errors in the implementation of SCRUM
  • Understand the complexity of the implementation of an agile framework in an enterprise environment
  • Learn the procedures to visualise requests using the KANBAN board
  • See how to make team cooperation more efficient