May 15, 2014

News update 2014/05 - Certainty

Have you ever wondered about the dangers of certainty? For this month's newsletter, Joanne Perold of Scrum Sense has written an interesting blog post on certainty. Follow this link to discover more.....

Kanban Foundation Level Training

Following the success of the Kanban Foundation Level Training course in April we have decided to run this course again in Johannesburg on the 20-21 Oct 2014. Book now and take advantage of our 3-for-2 special offer!

This certified course provides a deeper understanding of Kanban for knowledge workers. The training is particularly suitable for those who:

  • want to start with Kanban and are looking for initial support

  • have already introduced Kanban and want to check if the implementation complies with state-of-the-art Kanban knowledge

Kanban Advanced Training

For the first time we are offering previous participants of our Kanban classes the opportunity to take their skills to the next level. Scrum Sense will be teaming up with LEANability to present an advanced Kanban course on the 23-24 Oct 2014. Watch this space for more information!

Upcoming Courses

Certified Scrum Master (CPT)
26-27 May 2014
Steenberg Hotel, Cape Town

Certified Scrum Master (JHB)Fully booked!
24-25 June 2014
FNB Conference & Learning Centre, Sandton

Certified Scrum Master (JHB)
08-09 July 2014
FNB Conference & Learning Centre, Sandton

Certified Scrum Product Owner (CPT)
21-22 July 2014
Steenberg Hotel, Cape Town

Course Schedule and Book Online

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