You’ve probably heard the rave reviews on Scrum. With Austin becoming such a massive tech hub, numerous companies across the city have flocked to adopt Scrum – and not just tech companies either! Whether you’re part of a new startup, an established software company, or in a different industry entirely, Scrum can take you where you want to go.
Of course, Scrum theories alone aren’t going to make you a success. The framework succeeds when a company commits to total collaboration. It’s a total departure from the traditional project management models, and it virtually eliminates the corporate bureaucracy and red tape that slows so many established companies down. But in order to do that, it requires serious dedication and a total paradigm shift. The framework can do phenomenal things, but it’s no magic bullet without total team commitment.
During our project management training course in Austin, Texas, we’ll show you how to get your team on board with Scrum, as well as how to promote and uphold Scrum techniques over the long-term. With a little determination – and a bit of Scrum evangelism – you can make your Scrum adoption a total success.
Whether you’re a Scrum Master, a project manager, or a member of the team, our project management training course in Austin, Texas will help you make your company’s story a success story. Once you’ve got the know-how though, it’s on you to take it to the next level. Here’s how:
1. Have faith. Scrum works, but you’ve got to put your doubts aside. Have confidence, and your team will too.
2. Try and try again. Any new process requires a little experimentation. Don’t be afraid to try and to make mistakes – that’s how you learn.
3. Get involved. If you’re a manager or product owner, don’t stand on the sidelines. Get involved, learn how Scrum works, and contribute to the process.
Scrum is something that everyone in the company should be familiar with, so come and participate in our project management training course in Austin, Texas. Grab a ticket online or get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about private consultation.