European Scrum is a international organization committed to supporting people who explore, improve and apply Scrum values, principles, and practices to make building products, projects, services or solutions more effective, humane, and sustainable.
Our membership consists of a thriving and diverse community of people who shares those interests. Our membership and staff enable the European Scrum to provide a global set of resources, events, and communities to help people reach their full potential and deliver innovative solutions like never before.
We provide improvements, innovation and creativity so that Agile and Scrum can be applied in different sectors from the banking, marketing, aerospace, RRHH, military, chemical, pharmaceutical, videogames, hardware, software, etc.
European Scrum undertakes a variety of activities to build an inclusive global community, advance the breadth and depth of Scrum, and provide value to members. Those activities include:
Trainings that provide access to the best know-how and certificates.
Conferences that bring the Scrum community together face to face.
A website full of information about Scrum and the Agile Community.
Membership that provides access to valuable resources created by community members.
Initiatives that address specific areas of interest in the Scrum Community and provide support for Local Community Groups.
What are the origins of European Scrum?
In 2005, a group of four people from different countries (Germany, USA, Spain and Switzerland) that studied at Fh. Frankfurt am Main, Germany, and they worked together in different companies in Germany, created crafted the European Community of Practice of Scrum, they wanted deploy this wonderful framewok in Europe to the most companies and different sectors, mainly in Germany, Switzerland and Spain, and then they referred to themselves as the European Scrum.
Later that year, some of the original authors as well as some additional people saw the benefit of a more permanent organization. As a result they formed European Scrum as a organization to disseminate information about Scrum. When European Scrum was created, all the work occurred through initiatives that ran independently apart from oversight by its volunteer board. The showcase of the EuropeanScrum’s work has been its set of trainings, conferences, coaching focused on bringing the Scrum community together to share ideas and experiences, and to improve. As the Scrum community has grown and European Scrum activities have expanded, the organization bought on board staff to provide ongoing stability while still supporting the independent nature of the initiatives that provide multiple benefits.
Partners of European Scrum
Our core team is composed by members of different countries and sectors.
David Marti, thinker & strategist Silke Schöll, certifications. David Tardini, strategist. Yvonne Agnes, partners & supporters. Ramon Berenguer, organization