Jul 25, 2017 / By Lynda Menge / 0 comments
ScrumRVA Welcomes Kim Brainard
ScrumRVA, Richmond VA’s official Scrum User Group sponsored by the Scrum Alliance had Kim Brainard come to facilitate their members.
What an amazing evening of learning, with engaging content that was facilitated by Kim Brainard. Kim facilitated an interactive session where we explored invigorating, transformational and fun ways to innovate our organization.
Do you take regular or octane?
Do you take regular or octane? Is your organization dried out and ready to refuel its innovation? Organizations fear innovative ideas and view them as costly repairs. Don’t let your transmission slip when you can learn how to foster a culture of innovation. Rebuild your transmission to maximize the 3 keys to innovation (people, process, and purpose).
A place for Scrum Practitioners to learn, grow, and flourish
ScrumRVA's goal is to provide a place for Scrum Practitioners to learn, grow, and flourish in applying Scrum in the world of work. Whether you’re in IT, Marketing, Sales, etc., Scrum is a framework that can be used to deliver just about any kind of complex work. They are a relaxed bunch and strive to create an environment of safety where you can bring your real-world struggles and questions and collaborate with other like-minded Scrum Practitioners who are genuinely interested in helping each other succeed with Scrum.
They meet the last Tuesday of every month and leverage formats such as Lightning Talks, Lean Coffee, Open Space, Guest Speakers, and more.
Whether you’ve just started out, or you’re a seasoned Scrum Coach, come join them for food, fellowship, and fun with Scrum!
Their User Group is Free and open to EVERYONE! Visit the ScrumRVA.org for more information, newsletters, events, and more.
Meet the Scrum RVA Coordinating Committee