SkillDisplay Partners with Scrum.org to Deliver Ongoing Learning Experience for Scrum

Employees and educators can now access the official Scrum.org Professional Scrum Competency learning focus areas through SkillDisplay’s online portal.

SkillDisplay,  a web portal that allows learners world-wide to claim verification for their skills is partnering with Scrum.org, the Home of Scrum, to give customers access to extensive Scrum learning resources with structured skill management, learning paths, and verification based on a set of Professional Scrum Competencies.

Scrum is a lightweight framework that helps people, teams and organizations generate value through adaptive solutions for complex problems. Scrum is founded on empiricism and lean thinking. Empiricism asserts that knowledge comes from experience and making decisions based on what is observed. Lean thinking reduces waste and focuses on the essentials. The core tenets of Scrum are transparency, inspection and adaptation.

Scrum.org Professional Scrum Trainers deliver Professional Scrum training directly to students and through the Professional Training Network and University Partner Program.

Track and visualize in-house skills

For businesses, tracking Scrum skills online is not only a form of acknowledgement. It helps document skills and identify shortcomings within the company. Questions like “Who is ready for certification?”, “What training do my people or teams need”,  or “Do we have someone with that skill set?” are easy to answer with accurate skill verifications at hand.

In addition to official skill sets, such as those of TYPO3 and Scrum.org, SkillDisplay allows businesses to create business-internal skill sets. Skills have four verification levels from self assessment and peer verification to verification by an educational institution or an official certification.

Verify the Skills you have and Discover Skills you need to Develop

The new partnership aims to help SkillDisplay customers  learn Scrum and establish it in their businesses  even faster than before. 

The partnership with SkillDisplay, gives learners, if they wish, the possibility to define and identify learning goals and track individual learning progress all along the way.

Scrum skill tracking available today

Users can log in at skilldisplay.eu to start using the skill Scrum catalog today. Self-Verification of skills is free, while skill verifications cost €0.45 each for the issuing verifier.

Members of the Scrum.org University Partner Program are eligible to receive a free SkillDisplay organization account as a publicly listed Educational Partner and can issue verifications for free.

First steps with SkillDisplay and Scrum.org Skills

About SkillDisplay

SkillDisplay is a web portal that allows learners world-wide to claim verification for their skills. Users can create business-internal skill sets or use official skill sets and learning paths based on industry certifications. SkillDisplay was created with funding from the European Union’s Erasmus+ program (2017–2020). In addition to skill sets related to Scrum, the web portal covers areas such as web technologies, project management (waterfall), and TYPO3 CMS.

About Scrum.org

Scrum.org, the Home of Scrum, was founded by Scrum co-creator Ken Schwaber as a mission-based organization to help people and teams solve complex problems. We do this by enabling people to apply Professional Scrum through hands-on training courses, globally recognized certifications and ongoing learning all based on a common competency model.

Scrum.org supports people wherever they are on their learning journey from beginner to highly experienced practitioner, helping them to grow over time with ongoing learning opportunities and resources. Community members share knowledge and gain new insights from each other leveraging forums, blogs and more.

Press Contact

Lindsay Velecina (Scrum.org) - lindsay.velecina@scrum.org

Florian Schmitt (SkillDisplay GmbH) - florian.schmitt@skilldisplay.eu