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Case Study: Using the Scrum/Agile Process in Developing Learning Paths
Learning Solutions Conference & Expo 2012 - March 22, 2012
Sr. Software Consultant/Instructor
SunGard Public Sector
SunGard Public Sector utilized the software scrum/agile process for a non-software development project. They used it to develop learning paths and learning materials, and it made working across departments more streamlined. It also allowed SunGard to streamline and organize course development for faster results.
Participants in this case-study session will learn what the Scrum/agile process is, and how you can utilize it outside of software development. You’ll learn how SunGard successfully utilized the process, and you’ll gain an understanding of the value of using this process.
In this session, you will learn:
- To define the scrum/agile process
- How to use this process to create leaning paths
- How to use this process to create learning materials
- How to define and use the Kanban process
- How to successfully integrate this process in your organization
Audience: Those looking for an alternate process for learning path and course material development that will streamline the process and help to better manage costs and budgets.
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