Licensed Scrum

Created to leave a lasting, positive impact on the world.

Current Curriculum

Developed by Dr. Jeff Sutherland, the co-creator of Scrum, the Licensed Scrum curriculum includes real examples and techniques to reduce waste and continuously improve across all industries. Learners walk away knowing how to immediately improve performance. Available on multiple continents and testing in different languages, the Licensed Scrum Program aims to improve work around the world.

Training Community

Our trainer community has a proven record of improving team and organization performance. Their continued learning requirement allows each trainer to understand the latest insights and share back to the learners. Check out each trainer’s biography page to learn about their background and the impact they have made [Coming October 2019].

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Interested in learning Scrum?

Are you ready to change the way you work? Are you ready to do twice the work in half the time? Do you want to learn what Scrum is all about?

Become a Licensed Scrum Trainer.

Are you committed to the Scrum Values? Are you a seasoned trainer with experience implementing true Scrum? Do you do more than train? Do you practice Scrum?


The Licensed Scrum program is designed to provide individuals and organizations with a clear path to implementing Scrum in a way that drives immediate business results and will ensure that Scrum has a lasting transformative impact on the world.

Our Licensed Scrum curriculum teaches how we actually deliver twice the work in half the time in organizations around the globe. Scrum Inc. classes include Lean principles, patterns from the Scrum Pattern Language movement, and lessons from real-world implementations of Scrum@Scale.

We teach these techniques because they work, not just in theory but in practice. They have been proven across thousands of implementations.

We began a pilot of the Licensed Scrum program in Japan several years ago at the specific request of KDDI, one of the largest companies in Japan. Our real goal there is to bring the world’s third largest economy, out of the malaise it has been in for thirty years, an effort that Professor Nonaka requested of us in 2011. This is the scale of impact we’d like this program to have. Can we change the fate of a country?”