Innovation, Insights, and Inspiration from the Agile Education Community

The Agile Education Blog is a collection of articles, podcasts, white papers, thought leadership, and more, from Registered Scrum Trainers (RSTs), Registered Scrum@Scale Trainers (RS@STs), and the Agile Education program team. Blog contributors are committed to the Scrum values and have experience implementing the Scrum framework and the Scrum@Scale framework. Below are insights and key-learnings from their real-world experience in the field.

Is the Spotify Model an Early Instance of Scrum@Scale?

Is the Spotify Model an Early Instance of Scrum@Scale?

Even in 2022, the question stands in the market: are Scrum@Scale and the Spotify Model two different approaches to scaling agile, or is the Spotify Model just an early instance of Scrum@Scale. Join Dr. Jeff Sutherland and Avi Schneier as they demystify the relationship between the two.
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The Next Iteration of Agile Education: Same Trusted Training, New Name

The Next Iteration of Agile Education: Same Trusted Training, New Name

The Agile Education Program powered by Scrum Inc.™ introduces The International Registry of Agile Professionals™ and key changes to its suite of Scrum and Agile training credentials. As a professional development and education body, the Agile Education Program (AEP) offers world-class Scrum training globally. As of 2021, AEP has credentialed over 25,000 students in over 100 countries.
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Agile Goes Beyond IT : Dynamic Work Design with Biotech and R@D

Agile Goes Beyond IT : Dynamic Work Design with Biotech and R@D

Listen as Avi Schneier, Scrum Inc. Trainer Fellow and Principal Consultant, discusses Scrum in the Biotech and R&D field. Avi focuses on how an organization beyond IT can fully implement Scrum to achieve remarkable results. Learn why there is no “right” way to be Agile and how Agile principles can be leveraged to improve business outcomes in any domain.
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Scrum Trainer Spotlight: Lisa Wang

Scrum Trainer Spotlight: Lisa Wang

Does this sound familiar? Ten years ago, Lisa Wang struggled to deliver her projects on time. As a Team Lead at a major tech company in Beijing, China, she found that traditional ways of working stood in the way of efficiency, team happiness, and innovation. It wasn’t until Lisa completed her first Scrum training that she came to one crucial realization: not being agile was a threat to survival.
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Scrum Trainer Spotlight: Ethan Soo

Scrum Trainer Spotlight: Ethan Soo

This month, the Agile Education Program powered by Scrum Inc.™ is thrilled to spotlight Ethan Soo. Ethan is a standout member of the Scrum Trainer community and has been critical to the program’s growth since joining as a Scrum Trainer...
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