Cardinal is pleased to announce the addition of a Scrum with Kanban class to its list of Professional Scrum.org courses being delivered in 2018. Scrum.org, the mission based organization dedicated to improving the profession of software delivery, announced the new course at LeanAgileUS. Per Scrum.org’s press release, “Scrum.org and its Professional Scrum Trainers worked with Daniel Vacanti, a Kanban expert and author, who in 2007 helped to develop the Kanban Method for knowledge work and has been conducting Kanban training, coaching, and consulting ever since, to create the course.” The core focus of the course is to help existing Scrum teams gain benefit from Kanban principles and practices.
“We’ve seen a growing interest from organizations using Scrum in how the principles and practices of Kanban can help them,” said Mark Wavle. “This course is a great fit for those who are seeking continued improvement on their journey of agility.”
Cardinal will host a public class at their Columbus office June 26-27. The course will be co-taught by Daniel Vacanti and Steve Porter of Scrum.org. Students will learn how their Scrum Teams can introduce complementary practices from Kanban while continuing the way they are already working with Scrum, all without changing Scrum.
As a member of Scrum.org’s Professional Training Network, Cardinal is committed to helping organizations gain the competitive advantage of agility. By offering Scrum with Kanban to their clients, Cardinal will be adding to a customer’s toolbox of ideas to further improve how valuable products are delivered.