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Agile: Scrum Master 2 day Classroom Course for PSM-I Exam (scrum.org)

Thursday 12 September – Friday 13 September 2019, 9:30pm – 4pm @Brisbane 

Thursday 3 October – Friday 4 October 2019, 9:30pm – 4pm @Brisbane

Registration & Additional Information (12 Sept) only $540 ex GST

Registration & Additional Information (3 Oct) only $540 ex GST

The Professional Scrum Master (PSM I) certification is one of the most recognised and respected credentials in the Agile space.

Our classroom course not only prepares you to pass this difficult exam, but also gives you a hands-on experience to learn how Scrum operates through a well designed in-class group simulation.

Even if you work in an environment that uses SCRUM, you will likely learn so much about how it should work and why certain practices are essential.This course helps you to pass the Scrum.org Professional Scrum Master exam.

This training course is for individuals who work as part of a Scrum Team or interact with Scrum Teams as stakeholders.

Extra Benefits of Attending

  • Very high pass rate: 98% of our students pass the PSM I the first time!
  • Personalised assistance if you need extra help to understand concepts
If you do not have two (2) business days to be in a classroom training, BIGJUMP offers affordable Online course options for AU$275 (incl. GST)
  • Scrum Master (PSM-I)
  • Scrum Product Owner (PSPO-I)
  • Scrum Delivery Team / Developer (PSD)

Link to BIGJUMP Online Courses

Note: The fee for the exam is NOT included in the price of the classroom or online course. You can optionally take the certification exam (even from home) at a cost of US$150


Startups: How to build your application when you can’t write code

Tuesday 18 June 2019, 5:30pm – 7:30pm @Fishburners
155 Queen Street – Brisbane City

FREE Registration & Additional Information

Building your APP when you can’t write Code, how non-technical Founders can manage their risk

If you are a non-technical founder trying to get your idea off the ground, you you need to know what is happening because you are risking your time, money and reputation. But your lack of technical knowledge can put you at a disadvantage.

This can leave you feeling anxious and frustrated.

To overcome this you need to:

  • Create trust in your tech people
  • Communicate effectively with your team
  • Manage the tasks needed to create the product.

This meetup will help you to:

  • Deliver a product of the highest value in the shortest amount of time and within your budget
  • Explain the features you need to techs when you’re not technical and hold them accountable.

About the Presenter:

Ade Omomo has over 20 years of IT experience spent implementing and supporting large scale critical applications. For the past 2 years he has been working with startups. His speciality is rapid, cost-effective development for non-technical founders and entrepreneurs.

Currently, Ade is leading teams to provide innovative, critical, IT solutions at Energex in Queensland Australia. Prior to that, he worked with multi-nationals such as Virgin, Boeing, Indus as well as many local players.

5:30pm Networking & Nibbles
6:00pm Presentation
7:00pm Q&A and Networking

Startups: Selling to your first 100 customers (lunchtime)

Thursday 30 May 2019, 12pm – 1pm @River City Labs
level 3, 315 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley

FREE Registration & Additional Information

This session will help you to sell to your first 10 customers, and then how to adjust as you sell to your next 90 customers.

This event is ideal for companies that are selling to their first 100 customers and are SaaS based (Software as a Service).

About the presenter, Paul provides assistance to startups to upgrade their sales skills. Paul has been an enterprise sales executive for the past 18 years and has personally sold over $40M in transactions. His industry background is software, technology and ICT consulting.

Startups: Selling before your Product Launch – How & Why (lunchtime)

Thursday 9 May 2019, 12pm – 1pm @River City Labs
level 3, 315 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley

FREE Registration & Additional Information

When is the best time to be selling your startup’s products?
The safe answer is, “once the product has been released”. But the life of a startup is not safe or risk-free.

You have a very limited amount of time to get traction before the money runs out.

This meetup will address the following questions:

1) What benefits can I get from selling my startup’s future products from day one?
2) What sales framework should I use?

About the presenter, Paul provides assistance to startups to upgrade their sales skills. Paul has been an enterprise sales executive for the past 18 years and has personally sold over $40M in transactions. His industry background is software, technology and ICT consulting.

Australian Intrapreneurs Summit  | Brisbane

Thursday 14 March 2019, 8:30am – 5pm @Convention & Exhibition Centre

Cnr Merrivale & Glenelg St, South Bank, Brisbane, 4101

Additional Information or Alternative Link

Information about the event

Join us for this inaugural Australian event. Intrapreneurialism holds the key to unlocking the next wave of productivity and profitability within our workplaces and prosperity within our economy.

This global movement is being driven by INTRAPRENEURS.

Intrapreneurs are the human face and the driving force of innovation within organisations. They are the dreamers who do, the people who think and act like entrepreneurs while working as employees inside an organisation or enterprise. They are the future of innovation.

What will you take away

• Practical strategies for creating a future-ready workplace
• The trends impacting your organisation and business
• Ways to unleash the talent of your people
• How intrapreneurialism can skyrocket your career
• What Australia’s innovative organisations and leaders are doing
• How to build high-performing intrapreneurial teams
• How to lead a culture of intrapreneurialism and innovation
• How different sectors are driving intrapreneurialism
• How to prepare young people for an intrapreneurial future workplace
• How to develop educational systems that support and implement intrapreneurial practices

Who is this for

  • CEOs. Executive leaders. HR managers. Team leaders
  • Corporate Intrapreneurs; Innovation Executives; Change Managers; (Digital) Transformation Managers
  • Established and emerging intrapreneurs. People seeking career advancement

If you are responsible for innovation and growth in your company, this event is for you and your innovation team.

Corporate Innovation Accounting – Use your budget in the most effective way

Wednesday 16 January 2019, 5pm – 7pm @River City Labs

level 3, 315 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley

More information & Registration Meetup – Lean Business Strategies or Eventbrite or via Lean Startup Night 

Traditional accounting methods are used to measure, monitor and manage innovation. However, it is also considered as a major innovation blocker.

PwC’s study from November 2018 highlights: ‘there is no statistically significant relationship between how much a company spends on its innovation efforts and its sustained financial performance’ (Global Innovation 1000 study)

The job of Innovation Accounting is to change just that, it maximises the bets an organisation can place to create new sustainable business models. It demands meaningful metrics to monitor progress, holds intrapreneurs accountable and gives them the necessary freedom and agility to succeed.

Join us and take your first step to building your Innovation Ledger.

Who is this for?
Corporate Intrapreneurs; Innovation Executives; Startups founders; Change Managers; (Digital) Transformation Managers

What will you take away?

  • A new approach to funding projects and portfolios
  • A new approach to measuring team performance
  • The fundamentals of relating learning to financials

About Elijah Eilert – Lean Startup Coach (currently based in Melbourne/Adelaide)
Elijah grew up in Germany and has worked in various industries across six countries.

His passion for an evidence-based approach to entrepreneurship evolved from the frustration of applying traditional business planning and project management to his first Startup – which he co-founded in China in 2007.

Elijah has worked with large organisations such as Microsoft, research institutes like Fraunhofer and federal government bodies overseas. The vision and scientific approach that Lean Startup and subsequently Lean Innovation contributes to innovation is where his interest and passion lies.

This event is co-hosted with Brisbane Agile Meetup and is supported by BIGJUMP, Lean Startup CoachBrisbane Agile MeetupRiver City Labs, Elabor8, Lean Startup Co. Lean Business Strategies Meetup.


Global Playing Lean Day and Global Launch of Playing Lean 2

Friday 30 November 2018, 11:30am – 2pm @QUT foundry

P-Block, Gardens Point Campus, 2 George St, Brisbane

Really excited to facilitate the first Playing Lean 2 in Australia after its globally official release!

Playing Lean is the world’s first management game that teaches the Lean Start-up concept and experience in innovation and business development.

Similar to version 1, in Playing Lean 2, each team takes charge of start-up that compete to reach the final goal as selling to the majority market.

In order to succeed, the teams need to run experiments to find customer demand, develop product features relevant to target customers and expand the market share.

Based on the Value Proposition Canvas, Playing Lean 2 builds new concepts and ideas such as Talent Auction at the beginning of each round, which helps to upgrade your company and earn competitive advantage in the market.

Team players have learnt a lot with practical models and real examples from innovation world when Joeri (Yuri) Timmermans explains the concept at each experiment.

Special thanks to Marc, Geoff, Ash, Maria, Justin, Randall, Gerarda, Mark and Neil for joining and making the game enjoyable and informative!

We can’t wait to introduce this game in innovation workshops in the future.

Joeri (Yuri) Timmermans

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