In the era of digital transformation and agile methodologies, the demand for skilled professionals in Scrum is rapidly growing. However, one persistent challenge remains the gender gap within the Scrum community. To address this pressing issue and empower women in the world of Scrum, The Enterprise Village Hub proudly announces the launch of the “Her Tech Initiative” for Scrum Training.

“Her Tech Initiative” is a pioneering program that aims to bridge the gender gap in Scrum by providing women with the necessary training, resources, and support to excel in this dynamic field. Recognizing the immense potential and untapped talent among women, The Enterprise Village Hub is taking a proactive stance in fostering gender diversity within the Scrum community.

Through this initiative, women will have access to comprehensive scrum training programs that cover the core principles, methodologies, and best practices of agile project management. The training offers hands-on workshops, mentorship opportunities, and networking events specifically tailored to the needs of aspiring female scrum practitioners.

The idea behind this initiative is to train young women in scrum where they develop a documented system to help working teams track their activities according to the AGILE methodology. Scrum is a framework that is widely used in software development and project management. The primary goal of scrum is to improve collaboration, communication, and productivity within a team. It emphasizes adaptive planning, self-organization, and continuous improvement.

Successful participants will be taken through the key components of scrum. These include, Product owner, Scrum master, Development team, Sprint planning, and Daily Scrum among others.

This training targets unemployed young women between the ages of 24 to 35 years and it will last for 4 weeks. After the four weeks of training, the next phase of the project will be incubation where participants will develop their ideas for incubation. Through incubation, their ideas will be moved from just ideas to actionable steps in building businesses.

Some of the benefits participants will derive from this training will be to understand Agile principles. This training will help trainees gain a solid understanding of agile principles, practices, and the scrum framework. Another benefit trainees will derive from this training will be enhanced productivity and efficiency. This training will equip individuals with techniques to manage their work more effectively.

With this training, The Enterprise Village hub intends to capture the story of two entrepreneurs developing a product through Scrum.

The Enterprise Village hub is a community that helps creatives and entrepreneurs bring their ideas to life. At EV, we are committed to identifying, training, connecting, and funding early and growth-stage entrepreneurs while developing thriving talent for entrepreneurs and businesses.

The Enterprise Village Hub extends a warm invitation to all Scrum enthusiasts, professionals, and advocates of gender diversity to join forces in supporting “Her Tech Initiative” for Scrum training. Let us unite in creating a future where women in Scrum are empowered, celebrated, and given equal opportunities to shape the digital landscape through agile project management. Together, we can build a more inclusive and prosperous scrum community for all.

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