We live nowadays in a fast changing world. As a consequence, attained knowledge outdates fast. Many of the jobs that exist today, will no longer exist tomorrow. And tomorrow will bring new jobs that we cannot even imagine today.
It is therefore eminent that our education system should adapt. Next to the traditional subjects, schools should pay more attention in developing future-based competencies and character qualities, such as creativity, collaboration, curiosity and more.
‘Scrum in the classroom’ provides a solution for this. Nils has done an intervention study and wrote a thesis to scientifically support this claim. Learn about how Scrum can be applied in the classroom. Learn why teachers never want to go back to their old way of teaching; learn about how students enjoy obtaining control over their own way of learning.
Nils Oud, provides agile transformation services for companies. He is currently the trusted agile transformation consultant for a large fortune 500 company and coaches their C-level executives.
Nils is also coach, trainer, blog writer and speaker. His latest blog series on ‘Scrum in the class’ was well received. ‘Scrum in the classroom’ was also the topic of Nils’ MBA thesis.
Nils holds a green belt, is a certified SAFe trainer and has many years of experience as a leader of large scale Scrum practices. Within the Bose corporation Nils transformed their agile practice into a tribe structure. He held the position of Tribe lead of one of the most value add tribes within Bose.
Nils leads Incrementor in Europe.