What we're about

We are an endorsed Scrum Alliance User Group primarily based and operating in London.

We are a user group of Scrum advocates who wish to promote the Agile and Scrum values within the community and beyond. Leveraging the knowledge of industry experts, our objective is to support people where we can. But only when they are ready to be Agile and potentially use Scrum.

We do what we say by living the Scrum Values:


We focus on the presentation(s) per event (but it can be presented by multiple people). This allows the presenter(s) and audience to gain the maximum value from the event, rather than being a show case for something else.


We organise as a team and welcome people to contribute so, they too can gain experience of volunteering for the community. We believe there is no monopoly on experience.


We are a free, open group that tries to resolve any concerns and is as transparent as we possibly can be.


We are committed to the success of Agile and Scrum by supporting the community with this user group.


We respect everyone inside the group and also outside the group. We have no desire to compete, but rather to share knowledge even if it could be seen as being at the expense of our group. We do not judge and we wish all to be respected even if others may deem they are not worthy of that respect.

For that, we will always support diversity in our community and we will start doing that by promoting female speakers for the first 12 months to show who they are and what they have to offer!

Our users are committed to these values because we believe that an Agile Mindset can enhance people’s lives, often resulting in easing communication, reducing stress and enhancing happiness. It is well known that happy people are more productive people, translating into real Value.

We want everyone to be able to experience joy from the group.

Thank you.

Attendees: This Scrum User Group is entirely free!

We aim to keep it that way. All that is required is that your turn up, enjoy the event and be respectful to other attendees.

E-Mail: scrumevent@gmail.com
You can use the above email to register any SEU’s with the Scrum Alliance CSP application form.

Upcoming events (1)

Roman Pichler presents: Tips for Effectively Applying the Product Owner Role

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Scrum Event & Roman Pichler present:
Tips for Effectively Applying the Product Owner Role

In theory, the product owner role is simple: The product owner is responsible for maximising the value of a product in Scrum. But in practice, the role is often misunderstood and ineffectively applied.

Consequently, product owners are not always fully empowered and sometimes focused on making tactical product decisions and managing the product backlog. In this talk, I share my tips to help you effectively apply the role and avoid common product owner mistakes.

Roman Pichler is a leading product management expert specialised in product strategy, leadership, and agility. He has advised product leaders and he has taught product managers and product owners for more than 15 years.

Roman has pioneered agile product management practices, and he has developed a range of models, methods, and tools to help organisations create successful products. Roman shares his knowledge through his training courses, his four books, his popular blog, podcast, and talks, and his product management tools, including his widely used product vision board. Find out more at https://www.romanpichler.com.

18:45 - 19:00 - Event Welcome & Networking
19:00 - 19:45 - Talk
19:45 - 20:00 - Event Questions & Networking
20:00 - Event Ends

As a Scrum Alliance-endorsed User group, you will earn 1.5 SEUs

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