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Scrum Lab: Experimenting and the Empirical Process

According to The Scrum Guide, “Scrum is founded on empirical process control theory.” Do you read that time and again and honestly understand what it means?

The iterative nature of Scrum allows for frequent opportunities to try out new ideas within the framework and discover, through experience, what works best for each team over time. Each successful experiment lays a foundational element for the team, and each Scrum Team member plays a role in this cycle of continuous improvement.

In this workshop, we will demystify empiricism by defining what it means, how it can be applied to the Scrum framework and roles, and share tools of the empirical process to add to your toolbox of experiments.

Presented by

Agile Coach, Product Owner, and Scrum Master

Melissa is an Agile Coach, Product Owner, and Scrum Master in Cardinal Solutions' Columbus office. A committed teacher of individual growth, she delves into the Agile mindset to help people realize their best, with focus on fostering strengths, developing confidence, and discovering courage. Melissa experiences success by openly inspiring others to add value with every single action and decision.

Agile Coach and Scrum Master

Chris is an Agile Coach and Scrum Master in Cardinal Solutions’ Columbus office. A consummate servant leader, Chris helps any program, project, or technology to delivery to meet or beat client expectations through a common-sense Agile approach – using simple goals, transparency, and keeping things moving. Being Agile should be focused and fun!


Cardinal Solutions
401 N. Front Street
Suite 210
Columbus, OH 43215



September 21, 2017
8:15 a.m. - 9:15 a.m.

Breakfast will be provided.

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