The course will be held in English (If the participants are only native Italian speakers the course will be held in Italian)


From Fortune 100 companies to start-ups, Scrum@Scale transforms enterprises into Agile Organizations. The Scrum@Scale framework is the brainchild of Dr. Jeff Sutherland, the co-creator of Scrum and the founder of Scrum Inc.

Scrum@Scale naturally extends the core Scrum framework to deliver hyper-productive results across industries and disciplines, including software, IoT, hardware, manufacturing, services, finance, operations, R&D, etc.

In our 2-day¬†Scrum@Scale¬ģ course, you will gain knowledge and skills to transform your organization into an Agile enterprise. Learn how to apply fundamental Scrum and Lean product development skills to scale Scrum across multiple teams.


  • Introduction and Your Goal
  • S@S What & Why
  • Scrum at Scale Simulation
  • The SM Cycle
  • Team-level Process
  • Scaling & the SM
  • Executive Action Team
  • The Agile Practice
  • Cross Team Coordination
  • Impediment Removal
  • The First Scaled Scrum
  • Scaling & the PO
  • Super-sized Scrum
  • Daily Scrum Scaling
  • Agile Organization Design
  • Scaling Case Study
  • Product Owner Cycle
  • Product Vision
  • Backlog Prioritization
  • Product Backlog Refinement
  • Release Planning
  • Deployment
  • Feedback Loop
  • Metrics & Transparency
  • Where Do I Start
  • QA, Wrap-up & Retro

Educational Goals

In this highly interactive course, you will be taught to,

  • Facilitate cross-team collaboration and release planning with ten, hundreds or thousands of¬†people
  • Create and prioritize a transformation Backlog to overcome impediments to¬†scaling
  • Measure and improve key Scrum metrics at an Enterprise¬†level
  • Twice the work in half the time without adding new¬†teams
  • The¬†Scrum@Scale¬ģ course teaches the responsibilities of the Product Owner, individual Scrum teams, and enterprise leadership in a variety of large-scale
  • There will also be multiple opportunities for participant-driven Q&A sessions to explore Scrum@Scale in your context.
  • Real world case studies of the implementation of Scrum@Scale

The Components of scrum@scale Framework

Target Audience

The workshop is for Entrepreneurs, Managers, Leaders and anybody with a leadership role inside their organization Executive (CEO), IT Executive (CTO, CIO, COO), IT Manager, Project Manager, Product Manager, Team Leader, Agile Coach, Scrum Master, Product Owner.

Level and Pre-requisites

Ideally, attendees will have taken a Certified ScrumMaster course, or be thoroughly familiar with Scrum introduction materials, such as the Scrum Guide. They should also have experience in practicing Scrum.

In order that you get the most from your training, we recommend that you read the Scrum@Scale guide before attending the course to familiarize yourself with the framework.

About your Trainer

Paolo Sammicheli is an entrepreneur with +25 years of experience and works as an Agile and Business Coach specialized in Scrum, Kanban, Lean Startup and Design Thinking. He‚Äôs a licensed trainer for Scrum at Scale and Management 3.0, author of the book ‚ÄúScrum for Hardware‚ÄĚ and an international speaker.

Training Materials

The registration fee includes:

  • Two exceptional training days with Paolo Sammicheli
  • Course material in English.
  • The Trainer uses the Scrum method for delivering the Workshop so the
    content is adapted during the two days in order to respond to the
    participants’ feedback and maximizing learning.
  • Attendance and participation across the two days will make you eligible for the Certified Scrum@Scale¬ģ Practitioner online examination.
  • The certification includes a two-year membership at Scrum@Scale, where additional material, case studies and information are available.
  • The book ‚ÄúScrum For Hardware‚ÄĚ of Paolo Sammicheli
  • Coffee break and lunch for two days
Scrum For Hardware endorsement

¬ęThis book is the first significant publication on the topic, the most complete and authoritative. If the Agile transformation of the Software industry has any parallels outside software, and if the current client adoption rate is any indication, this book will be the reference for executives, shop floor managers, and team members globally.¬Ľ¬†Joe Justice, Creator of Scrum for Hardware and eXtreme Manufacturing

‚ÄúLeadership teams need to instill agile values throughout the entire enterprise.‚ÄĚ

Read the Harvard Business Review feature on Scrum@Scale with interviews from Dr Jeff Sutherland.


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Refund Policy

The ticket is individual and non-refundable, but it can be transferred to another person upon prompt notification to the organizers (if the ticket was bought taking advantage of the ‚ÄúEarly Bird ABD Attendee‚ÄĚ offer, the new person has to be a conference attendee as well).

The class requires a minimum number of attendees to take place and to be effective to the participants. We will give prompt notification to those who registered as soon as we reach the minimum attendance.

The sooner you register to the class, the sooner we’ll be able to send out the confirmation to you and to the other attendees.

If we cannot reach the minimum number of attendees or if we are unable to run the class for any other reason, we reserve the right to cancel or reschedule the class.

In that case, we will notify the cancellation or rescheduling to those who registered with at least a 15 days notice on the scheduled class date.

In the event of a class cancellation or rescheduling, registered attendees will receive a 100% refund of the registration fee. No other indemnification is due for any other cost suffered by the attendee (including, for instance, travel and lodging expenses).


Department of Management
Venice University ‚ÄúCa‚Äô Foscari‚ÄĚ

(a 5-minute walk from the Venice Santa Lucia train station)

Dates and Hours

September 27th – 28th, 2018


check-in starts at 8:30


This course will be in in



Venice is a very popular tourist destination and there is no shortage of lodging solutions, from small B&Bs to luxury hotels, so you shouldn’t have any problem finding your accommodation of choice.

However, please note that in high season availability can be limited and prices can be higher than usual, so we recommend that you book your room well in advance.

As an alternative to the Venice island, you might want to stay at one of hotels near the Venezia Mestre train station. Trains from Mestre to Venezia Santa Lucia, especially in the morning, are frequent and the train ride is about 10 minutes. From Venezia Santa Lucia, the workshop location is at a 5-10 minute walk.

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