Today’s qualification architects primarily refer to the 70:20:10 rule for guidance. This means that 70% of “learning” ideally takes place right at the workplace, 20% during interaction and collaboration with other learners and only 10% as part of classical learning forms, such as seminars or stand-alone e-learning. In each case, sustainable qualification therefore requires a combination of the approaches mentioned. This intelligently enables both, self-learning via virtual micro-learning at the workplace, and testing/experimenting in communities or F2F-formats such as workshops or coaching.
Straight from our toolbox…
Scrum is an agile development method that originated from project management. It ensures that the development of a product takes place in small steps (sprints) and repetitive stages. This allows experience and knowledge to flow into the development process quickly. A self-organized development team is at the centre of scrum, getting along without a project manager. The product manager has the task to define, prioritize and exchange requirements. A Scrum Master ensures that the development team is always working at the optimum level. In today’s world, Scrum principles are conquering more and more new fields of application.