Scrum is the frontline solution for today’s most complex projects. While the concept was originally implemented in the software development sphere, Scrum methodologies are now being used across multiple industries, projects and organizations. Scrum offers considerable benefits to professional teams, including better organization, delegation, communication and team working.
Scrum helps teams break down large scale projects into manageable, bite-sized chunks. Rather than teams getting bogged down by the enormity or complexity of a project, they are able to stay focused on the most important thing at any given time. By breaking down work into “sprints”, each team member is always working on the item that matters most to the overall goal. As new factors come into the equation, teams can adjust accordingly without throwing off the overall goal and project.
The Scrum principles and methodologies are all about collaboration and communication between project owners and team members. It enables consistent updates and rapid response to feedback or requirement changes. This means that clients get exactly what they need – without production teams being unduly pressured or stressed.
Scrum is rapidly changing the way companies do business. Of course, such a paradigm shift isn’t easy, but that’s where Winnow Management comes into the picture. We’re offering a series ScrumMaster training and certification classes in Austin, Texas with the goal of helping more companies experience the outstanding benefits of Scrum.
If you or your company are interested in learning more about Scrum and agile development, check out our events page for scheduled ScrumMaster training and certification classes in Austin this year. Our instructors are fully certified by the Scrum Alliance and the Project Management Institute, and they offer a combined 75+ years of experience in the IT fields.
If our scheduled ScrumMaster training and certification classes in Austin, Texas don’t quite fit your company’s needs, feel free to contact us at 954-784-3674, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We may be able to arrange a private consultation or course at your facility.