Your company may be sitting on a wealth of brilliant ideas, but without a practical plan for implementation, those ideas will never be anything more than thoughts on paper. Scrum is helping companies around the world to turn their ideas into reality. Scrum helps teams to set goals, track progress, review feedback, and deliver outstanding results. Join us for two days of Agile Scrum Master certification training in Toronto, Ontario, and see how Scrum can help you to get your plans past the ideas stage.
Why Performance Management Matters
Sure, creativity and big ideas are a lot of fun, but without proper planning and management, those ideas will fizzle out. Many companies rely on nebulous goals that are set mainly to create a sense of competition amongst the team members.
During our Agile Scrum Master certification training in Toronto, Ontario, you’ll see that real success comes when a team can collaborate in a healthy way, backed up by the right balance of performance management. With Scrum, you’ll be able to track your progress, review your results, and assess your team’s performance
Scrum offers an extremely effective framework for planning, projecting, and managing your projects. Scrum teams use daily meetings to track their progress and to reassess the current goals. They can measure and set goals against their working software, and they can adjust or realign their focus as needed.
We’ve found that burndown charts are a phenomenal way for teams to measure their effectiveness. Rather than each member scrambling to “perform” on their own, and to out-perform their co-workers, the team works together as a collaborative body to meet a collective goal. Status tracking turns into a fun group activity, and the team has the freedom to focus on the most vital items without worrying about the remainder.
So join us for two days of Agile Scrum Master certification training in Toronto, Ontario, and see how Scrum can help you to manage your team’s progress and performance. Visit our events page for more details, or get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or requests.