When you begin to think about Scrum adoption, you have to expect a certain amount of push-back. It’s a hot topic in organizations around the world, as businesses begin to adopt new practices – and thus, new company cultures. If you’re the driving force behind Scrum adoption, you may have to be a bit of an evangelist – and even an advocate – as people get in the groove and learn new methods and techniques. It’s more than worth the effort though.
During our project management training course in Atlanta, Georgia, we’ll help new and aspiring Scrum Masters to develop the skills needed to achieve success with Scrum implementation. The road to Scrum success is fraught with pitfalls; but fortunately, we’ve been down that road before. Many companies deal with similar (or even identical) problems as they begin to implement Scrum, so you can take advantage of the many who have come before you.
Why it’s a Challenge
As you’ll see during our project management training course in Atlanta, Georgia, Scrum adoption is rarely easy. Sure, folks might be easily convinced that change is needed. In fact, everyone might agree that culture change is vital to the organization. Of course, knowing and doing are two very different things.
The challenge comes in when you have to sell folks on how those changes are going to come about. Change involves learning new processes, building new systems, and using constantly evolving software. More importantly, Scrum involves working with a greater degree of communication and collaboration. For folks who are used to highly competitive atmospheres, it can be near impossible to make the switch.
It’s NOT Impossible
Notice that I said near impossible. While the switch is difficult, it can be done. Company culture can be redefined, changed and improved – and we’ll show you how to get it done! Sign up today for our project management training course in Atlanta, Georgia, and find out how Scrum can revolutionize your company’s culture and bring greater success than you’ve imagined possible. To find out more, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.