The CAVU Microlearning Directory

The Microlearning Directory

What’s that topic you wish you could learn just a little bit more about, to understand better? Or maybe it’s a topic that is being covered in a class, but you don’t have the base knowledge everyone else seems to? CAVU’s got what you need – our new Microlearning Sessions!

Our Microlearning Sessions are designed to be short bursts of learning that can get you a base understanding of a new concept or reinforce something you recently learned. We have Activities and Lessons. Activities are short, test your knowledge-style games you can take in less than five minutes. Our Lessons cover specific topics in 20 minutes or less.

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Outcomes vs Outputs: Test Your Knowledge

Outcomes vs Outputs

Understanding outcomes and outputs will help you better organize your work and move both your company and your team forward in meaningful ways. In this Activity, you’ll sort a list of attributes of Outcomes and Outputs. After you complete the activity, you can learn more or refresh your knowledge by taking the Outcomes vs Outputs microlearning lesson.


The Agile Toolkit

Agile Toolkit

 The Agile ToolKit is used by CAVU Scrum Masters to track fundamental team data and understand how fast the team is working and how well it is working. Some of the things it helps our Scrum Masters do is track the velocity of our teams and predict how many points we should bring into our Sprints. 

 As part of this microlearning lesson, you will get a copy of the Agile ToolKit and take a deep dive into using it to help your team move forward faster! 

Microscope zoomed in on a target

Outcomes vs Outputs

In this Microlearning lesson, we’ll discuss the differences between Outcomes and Outputs. Understanding outcomes and outputs will help you better organize your work and move both your company and your team forward in meaningful ways.

Scrum in a Nutshell

 In this Microlearning lesson, we’ll cover the basics of Scrum. Scrum as a framework is easy to learn but challenging to master. It transforms the way we think about creating value and getting work done. When you start your Scrum journey, you will quickly learn that there are ways to improve yourself and your team, no matter how long you’ve been on that journey.

S@S in a Nutshell Graphic

Scrum@Scale in a Nutshell

 Scrum@Scale is a framework designed to help multiple Scrum teams in an organization work better together and scale their work. Scrum@Scale helps navigate cross-team dependencies, duplication of work, and communication. It can help your organization scale their existing business agility and focus multiple teams of Scrum teams be more effective.

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