Meet Scrum through an empirical experience
The focus of a good Scrum training is to learn what is hard to learn from books. In addition to the joint development, consolidation and reflection of the content, games and simulations are important elements for experiencing new perspectives in a safe space.
Empirical experience is the heart of Scrum and is often misunderstood. Many processes and structures in organizations are still lived through defined approaches – an empirical approach is therefore often still unfamiliar and untouched. The „The house of Santa Claus“ – Scrum Game is intended to help you to understand the complexity of Scrum empirically and to be able to adapt it to your own processes later on.
In this application the core aspects of empirical process control in Scrum can be actively experienced. Based on this, it is also possible to establish the connection between the empirical approach to a problem and Scrum.