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Certification Course > Advanced Agile Product Development – Scrum for Hardware (Master Class)
Advanced Agile Product Development – Scrum for Hardware (Master Class).Register
  • Time TBD Shanghai
  • Course organizer:ShineScrum捷行
  • Date:TBD
  • City:Radisson Blu Hotel Shanghai New World 88 Nanjing Road (W), Shanghai 200003, China
  • Trainer:Stefan Magnusson, Arne Ahlander
  • Price:RMB 12800/per, RMB 6500/per for early bird(8 limited) before 18:00 Dec. 31. RMB 8500/per for first experience. Participants limited into 16 people for this class.
  • For organizations and individuals using or interested in using Scrum to manage and control hardware development.Scrum for Hardware is an Advanced Master Class, focusing on using Scrum to manage and control hardware development.
  • Advanced Agile Product Development – Scrum for Hardware (Master Class):
  • • is run by two trainers with experience from buliding hardware products
  • • focuses on the special challenges involved in using Scrum for hardware
  • • participants will practice Scrum by solving a real problem and building a solution including hardware
  • Scrum for Hardware is based upon a real world problem, participants get to build a product including all it’s parts, and get knowledge in using Scrum for hardware development guided by trainers with experience of building embedded and hardware products.
  • In the Scrum for hardware class you will learn how to use the Scrum framework for hardware product development. Throughout the class you will learn about Scrum through building a hardware product. Together with reflections and discussions we will collaboratively increase the learning.
  • While focusing on using Scrum for hardware development, participants will learn about the Scrum framework, Scrum roles, artifacts and meetings such as Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog, Daily Scrum, burndown charts and Retrospective as well as the challenges in implementing Scrum. This includes the required discipline and hard work. We will put attention on how to address the specific challenges you will encounter when working according to Scrum in a hardware environment.
  • In addition to the above, participants will learn how to work as a ScrumMaster in Agile hardware industry, learn about facilitation and coaching to be the best possible ScrumMaster and being of service to the Development team, the Product Owner and the rest of the organization.

Course Features
  • This course taught by Scrum Embedded Software Development Specialist and Scrum Hardware Development Specialist Stefan Magnusson and one of the world-class Certified Scrum Trainers Arne Ahlander.
  • Comprehensive and thorough Practical, project-proven practices.
  • Not only provides the fundamental principles of Scrum, but also gives participants hands-on experience using Scrum in hardware industry.

Course Audience
  • Anyone involved in hardware development. ScrumMasters, developers, testers, team members, architects, project managers, sub project managers, managers and others interested in product development and Scrum.
  • The participants should have solid understanding and practical experience about Agile and Scrum, and preferably hold CSM or the equivalent.

By successfully completing the course and the online certification test, you will receive
  • A ShineScrum membership for life giving you the opportunity to free of charge participate in various activities organized by ShineScrum
  • A hard copy of the Advanced Agile Product Development – Scrum for Hardware (Master Class) training’s content in English and additional hand-outs
  • Scrum for Hardware implementation templates and further material recommendation
  • A Scrum Alliance ScrumMaster Certificate awarded to become a Certified ScrumMaster and a two-year Scrum Alliance membership (optional)

  • Together with two colleagues, I was curious about how to apply Scrum for industrial projects outside of software. During our quest for information, we discovered the two day training class on this subject. After taking part in an intense two day training class where theory and practice was combined, we are now ready to take the first steps on our own. The Scrum board is on the wall and we have started out first Sprint.
    R&D Manager, Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology

Contact Information
  • Tel:
    400 920 0024
  • Email:
  • ShineScrum捷行 (Shanghai Office)
    Room 715, 6 #, Haibin Times Building, No.368 Lushuo Road, Pudong New District, Shanghai, 200052
  • ShineScrum捷行 (Beijing Office)
    Room 220, No. 7 Zhongguancun South Street, Haidian District, Beijing, China
  • Day 1
  • Scrum History
  • Industry examples
  • Scrum Framework
  • Roles
  • Events
  • Artifacts
  • Concept of Minimum Viable Product (MVP)
  • Scrum for HW:
  • High Level Plan
  • Commitment Point
  • Sprint Increment
  • Sprint Goal
  • Definition of Done
  • How to Plan a Sprint
  • Set up Team
  • Create first product backlog
  • Day 2
  • Practical work in sprints
  • Sprint Review
  • Sprint Retrospective
  • Reflections and discussions
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    Stefan Magnusson
    Stefan Magnusson
    Scrum Embedded Software Development Specialist and Scrum Hardware Development Specialist
    Stefan has several years of experience as Agile Coach and ScrumMaster. Stefan has focused on creating and implementing agile ways of working for embedded systems and has beend driving our Scrum for hardware development
    Stefan is Advanced Certified ScrumMaster (A-CSM), Professional Scrum Master (PSM-l) and SAFe 4 Agilist.
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    Arne Ahlander
    Arne Ahlander
    World-famous CST, Member of Scrum Alliance Trainer Approval Community, First-class Agile Product Management Master and Expert
    Arne Åhlander is a Senior Consultant using Agile and Lean methodologies to improve management and product development for several larger software organizations.
    Arne has experience from the software industry since 1994, to a great part in the area of product management where he have held several senior positions. Arne has managed Scrum projects, helped customers start Scrum initatives. Arne is a CSM, CSPO, CSP and he became a Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) in November, 2008.
    Mr Åhlander is a TBR (Training From The BACK Of The Room) Certified Trainer.
    Arne is based in Lund, Sweden, employed by Aqqurite and an active member of the SW Business Improvement efforts in Scandinavia. He holds a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering at Lund University, Sweden.
    Special interests of Arne, are:
    * the Product Owner role
    * Business Value calculations
    * Prioritization of projects based on Business Value
    * Extending Scrum within organizations
    * Scaling of Scrum