Scrum Core 2.0

Three evenings of Agile and Scrum fundamentals: affordable training for the beginners. It's a great chance to figure out what Agile and Scrum are and how they work through practice and illustrative examples.
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DateComing Soon FormatOnline LanguageUkrainian/Russian Groupup to 16 people Duration9 hours
The evening format was designed specifically for people who are busy during the day and allows you to study without distracting from work.
In three evenings of teamwork, you will understand the power of agile development.
You will learn how to increase productivity in a team using Scrum, where to start your transformation path, what role to choose and, in general, whether your team and organization need Scrum at this stage.
This is the perfect way for newbies to get to know Scrum and Agile.
Who should attend

  • For CEOs and managers of all levels
  • For Team Leads
  • For business analysts
  • For all IT professionals who want to improve efficiency
  • For beginners looking to learn Agile and Scrum

You Will Learn About

  • Agile and Scrum fundamentals
  • How to plan sprints
  • How to estimate teamwork and determine the value of user stories
  • How to facilitate team process using elements of Management 3.0

Is this training relevant for you? We are here to answer.

Evening one

19:00 – Introduction/Acquaintance

19:30 – Agile and when it is needed

A look from the other side.

20:30 – Team Exercise №1

21:00 – Coffee-break

21:15 – Scrum framework

Necessary and Desirable Artifacts and Roles.

22:00 – The end of the first evening

Evening two

19:00 – Doing Scrum

5 basic events in Scrum.

19:50 – Team Exercise №2

20:30 – Coffee-break

20:45 – Five levels of planning

21:30 – Product Vision

Sorting out how Google does it.

22:00 – The end of the second evening

Evening three

20:55 – About the Team

Management 3.0 elements.

20:55 – Definition of Done and other important stuff

20:40 – Coffee-break

19:45 – Assessment

Alternative approaches to assessment.

19:00 – User Story

User stories. Extended format.

22:00 – The end of the training

22:30 – Time for talking

Trainer — Bogdan Misyura

Bogdan Misyura is an experienced agilist, student, and friend of Jeff McKenna (the coach of the first Scrum team in the world). Once QA Engineer, QA Architect, PMO, Delivery Manager, today he is an Agile Coach and consultant of different companies all over the world. He worked in Adobe as an Agile coach, Agile program manager, delivery manager. At various times, he provided Agile coaching at Netwertise, Levi9, Infopulse, Tieto, Альфабанк, Райффайзен, ПроКредитБанк, UDP Renewables, Plank Electrotechnic, Simbrella, ОТАКОЇ, Magento, and so on.

  • Leading trainer, experienced speaker, Agile events organizer
  • In software development since 2006
  • A coach and a trainer since 2013
  • More than 3000 training participants and students
  • Agile / Scrum coaching carried out in more than 30 companies around the world
  • CEO @
  • Co-organizer of the largest one-day conference on Scrum and Agile in Ukraine Scrumdayua
  • The first PTN (Professional Training Network) Member @ in Ukraine
  • PST (Professional Scrum Trainers) Candidate


- What made you interested in Management 3.0? Why is it so valuable for you?

- It has all started from the magnificent story of Jurgen Appelo. Common management is limited by its approach to a human as a resource. Management 3.0 is management with a human face, management of people, for people, and with people. This is the concept of Agile implementation through people, not through processes, documents, and rules.

Trainer — Bogdan Misyura

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Courses taught by Bogdan

The training materials are relevant and identical all over the world

The training materials are developed and supported by one of Scrum’s creators, Ken Schwaber, together with the PST community. They make sure that the materials always correspond to the latest practices and current situation in software development companies.

Our trainers conduct courses in their own style, according to their own experience, but the training materials are identical all over the world. Students learn the same things regardless of where the training takes place and who conducts it.