There are so many factors that can throw a project into a tail spin. Demanding clients can change their requirements on a whim. Core team members can drop out and leave their work unfinished. Project budgets can drop dramatically, leaving the team scrambling to cover all the bases. All of this chaos can bring a project to a grinding halt. Production stretches long past the set deadlines, products don’t ship on schedule, and services don’t reach the end user on time.
If thinking about work gives you ulcers, maybe it’s time to get the chaos under control. Join us for two days of Scrum Master certification classes in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and we’ll show you how to get your work back on track.
Scrum is a methodology for managing your projects. At first glance, it may seem almost simplistic; but as you start digging into the principles and practices, you’ll quickly see that it’s the ideal remedy for a log-jammed project. With the right training and tricks, you’ll see the work flowing smoothly again in no time.
Scrum is a term borrowed from the rough-and-tumble sport of rugby. A rugby scrum (or “scrummage”) gets the game restarted after an interruption. During a rugby scrum, the players pass the ball back and forth in the most efficient manner possible as they sprint toward the end goal.
This epitomizes the Scrum framework, and clearly illustrates the way projects are managed. The core focus of Scrum is teamwork. The Scrum team handles each task in the most efficient way possible, handing it back and forth as they “sprint” toward the end goal.
How YOU Can Get Involved
Clever sports analogies aside, this is a framework that WORKS. Companies around the world are recognizing the fantastic value of Scrum, and you can be a part of that at our Scrum Master certification classes in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
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