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Centers for Adaptive Warfighting
Agile Training for Warfighters
Mission: Adapt industry best practices to increase warfighting, individual & collective, competitive advantage.
Vision: Empowering leaders and warfighters by delivering industry best practices for complex problem-solving and ideation, in order to exponentially increase velocity and productivity at the lowest and highest levels, from the naval workforce out to the farthest reaches of the fleet.
CAW Course Descriptions
Warfighter Center Design
Virtual (One Day). Clearly define complex problems in order to creatively develop testable solutions. Bring all voices into the conversation, including those who know the most and those who know things you don't, and ensure they're heard. Pioneered in industry, used around the world, and adapted here to the needs of the warfighter.
Virtual (One Day) The Military Scrum Master Course is designed to provide a familiarization of the scrum framework and how it can be implemented within the militaristic construct which we all serve. Scrum is a widely-used, agile product development strategy. It is a collection of values, team roles, and events which are used in combination to create iterative work products. Scrum began in the software industry and has since spread to universities, the automotive industry, the military, and beyond.
|Military Scrum Master Guide (updated 8 Nov 2020)|
|Warfighter-Centered Design Facilitator Course|
|CAW One Pager|
U.S. Marine Corps LtCol Nicole M. Bohannon and GySgt Brandon Smart discuss notes during the Lean Startup / Mission Accelerator Course.
Participants work together to create a plan for one of the projects in a Military Scrum Master Course.
U.S. Marine Corps Capt. Jon Margolick, a facilitator with the Centers for Adaptive Warfighting, instructs participants during the Executive Leaders Course.