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📅 Liberating Structures Scrum Master Training — Berlin, February 20, 2020

Liberating Structures 4 Scrum — Hands-on Agile Academy

TL;DR: Liberating Structures Scrum Master Training

Join us for an immersive Liberating Structures Scrum Master training on February 20th, 2020 in Berlin. We will be exploring several microstructures, weave them into strings and apply those to Scrum events like the Daily Scrum, the Sprint Review, or the Sprint Retrospective. The workshop language will be English.

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The Liberating Structures workshop for Scrum will take place at the Maritim proArte Hotel on Thursday, February 20th, 2020, from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm.

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Liberating Structures for Scrum

Created by Keith McCandless and Henri Lipmanowicz, Liberating Structures cover a set of easy to learn, yet powerful ways to collaborate as a team—even as a (very) large team by Scrum standards—, overcoming traditional communications approaches like presentations, managed discussions, or another disorganized brainstorming at which the loudest participants tend to prevail.

Liberating Structures Scrum Master Training — Berlin, February 20, 2020

Liberating Structures are well suited to improve the level of engagement among participants of Scrum events, thus stimulating the kind of outcomes that are necessary to create learning organizations. Liberating Structures also provide an excellent toolbox to handle Product Backlog refinements or improving the Definition of Done of an engineering organization. Liberating Structures are my tool of choice when large groups of participants come together for retrospectives, self-selection of teams, or figuring out where to go next.

During the training, we will use a fictitious startup—Megabrain-io—to learn how to apply Liberating Structures to typical Scrum Master duties, thus enhancing your toolbox for facilitation. The MegaBrain.io scenario is as follows:

A year ago, MegaBrain.io was a well-funded, Berlin-based hopeful in the race to improve schooling by creating tailored curricula for each student derived from an AI. Today, MegaBrain.io’s situation is dire:

  1. Only eight months of runway left.
  2. Prospective new VCs are not in sight.
  3. Existing VCs are not pleased with the growth metrics for the last six months and hence are reluctant to provide more capital to MegaBrain.io.
  4. Conflicts among the founders as well as between Product and Engineering become more frequent as well as more public.
  5. The last Sprint was a disaster; for the third time in a row, MegaBrain.io’s three Scrum Teams failed to deliver a much-anticipated product Increment. They are now almost two months late.

Your task at the end of the training is to suggest a retrospective format with an extended circle of attendees, facilitating a look back at the last three months.

The LS Workshop for Scrum

This Liberating Structures training is well suited for beginners of Liberating Structures if you already have a basic understanding of Scrum roles, events, and artifacts. (However, I would not recommend the workshop to those who are unfamiliar with both Scrum and Liberating Structures.)

If you like to get a first impression on what we will be working at the Liberating Structures workshop, please check out Hands-on Agile Meetup group or the articles on Age-of-Product.com related to Liberating Structures for Scrum.

The training fee includes lunch and beverages.

Miscellaneous Issues

With attending the Liberating Structures Scrum Master Training on February 20th, 2020, you also agree that the workshop provider might use any photo or video taken during the workshop for community or commercial purposes.

Liberating Structures Workshop for Scrum — Related Content

Liberating Structures for Scrum (1): The Sprint Retrospective.

Liberating Structures for Scrum (2): The Sprint Planning.

Liberating Structures for Scrum (3): The Product Backlog.

Liberating Structures for Scrum (4): The Daily Scrum