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NEW DATE! Scrum 3.0: A New Description of Scrum

Join us Thursday April 12, 2018 at GO WMM located in Ann Arbor, Michigan on the north side of Washtenaw Avenue and east of US-23 in Glencoe Crossing.
Plenty of FREE parking right outside the front door.

GO Where Meetings Matter
4735 Washtenaw Avenue, Ann Arbor, MI 48108

Scrum is the most popular agile development paradigm in the world today, but it has become dated. Scrum 3.0 is a new description of Scrum (not a new Scrum) that is tuned for today’s development environments, is scale-ready, and embraces the need for Project Management. It is a people- oriented paradigm, rather than a process oriented one. The Scrum Team is still the Scrum Team, but the new description helps describe how it fits into an Organization.

Dan RawsthorneDan Rawsthorne, PhD, CSM, CSPO, CSP, CST, PSM1, PSM2, PMP, PMI-ACP, LTC (Ret.)

Dan is a true pioneer in the Scrum community, with years in the trenches as an expert focused on agility, use cases, and object-oriented technologies.  Dan has held nearly every available role in software development including Coder, Systems Analyst, Business Analyst, Architect, Team Leader, Project Manager, QA Director, Engineering Director, and more. Dan has sharp skills and extensive experience with many agile tools and techniques, including RUP, XP, Scrum, UML, and Get to Done®

Putting pen to paper, Dan has condensed his Scrum knowledge into a hefty, three hundred page reference book: Exploring Scrum: The Fundamentals, in collaboration with Doug Shimp. This book will steer you around impediments, clear the way for improved processes, and bring practicality to the mastery of Scrum. Exploring Scrum:  The Fundamentals is the culmination of Dan’s work so far.  Stay tuned, there is definitely more to come – he’s currently working on a book for Agile Project Management.

At 3Back, Dan is a transformation agent who helps organizations improve themselves through the application of agile techniques such as Scrum. Dan’s PhD in Mathematics guides him to look for underlying problems; his military background helps him understand the importance of teamwork and empowerment; and Dan’s common sense says change must happen in small, manageable bites.

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Event Date 04-12-2018 5:30 pm
Event End Date 04-12-2018 7:30 pm
Registration Start Date 03-26-2018
Cut off date 04-12-2018 12:00 pm
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Location GO Where Meetings Matter
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