Do your projects get backed up by heavy, overbearing processes? Or do they perhaps run into endless waits because you don’t have sufficient levels of process in place? Processes are important, and without the right balance, your projects can run into trouble. Join us for two days of Agile Scrum Master certification classes in Toronto, Ontario, and find out how Scrum can help you find that balance.
Process Imbalance = Inertia
Here’s the fact: a company with heavy, numerous processes ends up in a quagmire of bureaucracy. Things move slowly because there are lags and delays at every turn. The team isn’t able to meet deadlines or expectations, and customers end up dissatisfied. There shouldn’t be excessive delays and lengthy checks at each step of the production process, or nothing will get done.
On the flip side, you can’t run a company without sufficient processes, because you’ll run into similar results. Projects end up floating around, suspended because no one knows where the buck stops.
How Scrum Brings Balance
During our Agile Scrum Master certification classes in Toronto, Ontario, you’ll see how you can create a proper balance by implementing the Scrum framework. Scrum scales to projects of any size, and it will help you to set up an appropriate level of documentation and collaboration for the work that must be done.
Since Scrum is based on collaboration, all members of the team have a clear idea of where things are headed and what must be done to get there. Documents don’t float around endlessly from person to person for multiple reviews. Less time is wasted, and resources go where they do the most good.
Scrum also brings any dysfunctions to light and enables feedback from any level. Short feedback cycles allow teams to refocus and refigure on a regular basis without getting mired in poor practices.
Join us for two days of Agile Scrum Master certification classes in Toronto, Ontario, and find out how Scrum can bring balance to your organization. You’ll be thrilled to see how Scrum streamlines the production process and empowers teams to succeed. Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or with any special requests.