You’re considering introducing Scrum at your company, but something is stopping you.
Scrum, after all, demands significant change, and if your business is like most others, such changes aren’t something you accept lightly.
You’ll experience intense pressure to do it correctly.
You’ll be in charge of laying the groundwork necessary for Scrum to deliver and building an atmosphere that will allow it to flourish.
How do you assess your organization’s interest in, preparedness for, and desire to use Scrum when expectations are high?
How can you position yourself—and your business—for success?
So, let me ask you this question, do you need help with starting your Scrum Journey?
First, let me show you Why Scrum, Why Now, and Why you should do it?
You wouldn’t be here if you didn’t need any help.
Am I right?
So, what are your options?
Would You rather be with someone else who doesn’t care or know as much as I do, or
You’d be trying to figure it out on your own. And that doesn’t work, or
Going back to college? or maybe
Enrolling in the Agile and Scrum Masterclass will shift your mindset, and your life forever.
I don’t know which one you will choose, but I’m proud that I got you here.
Here is how it all started for me…
Download The Scrum Playbook in PDF for free
The Scrum Playbook is not an official book, rather it’s a working document for Scrum masters and Product Owners who are just starting, this Scrum Playbook is essential for reference, but their use doesn’t end there. As a new servant-leaders gain experience, the Scrum Playbook will remain the go-to source of inspiration for coaching and leadership.
The purpose of creating this book was to help with the human side of Scrum, rather than just another version of the Scrum Guide. I wanted insight into how to deal with the real-world problems Scrum masters face trying to help teams collaborate.
What Will I Get?
This is not an official book, rather it’s a working document for Scrum masters and Product Owners who are just starting:
- Scrum Framework reference.
- Go-to source of inspiration for coaching and leadership.
- Scrum Certification resource
- Understand the human side of Scrum.
- Insights into how to deal with real-world Scrum problems…
God, I can’t believe my time is almost up. I have so much more to share with you.
You are ready to start your research if you have a desire to try a new method of working and are willing to travel with Scrum at all organizational levels, from top to bottom.
If you think Scrum would be the ideal fit for you but your organization doesn’t yet have this hunger or isn’t yet ready to make such a commitment, you know where to focus your efforts.
What I shared with you is the tip of the iceberg.
And I’d love the opportunity to share the rest of the knowledge that I’ve learned through my 10 years of Scrum experience. I’d love to share all of it.
So I just spent the last 2 years and I built a course to show you everything I’ve learned and I can’t wait to share it with you.
If you’re going to be in the Scrum, I’m betting you’re going to need some help.
I’m betting it’d be really hard to figure it out on your own, and you’re going to need someone to guide you.
And if you’re going to need someone to guide you.
I’d love that to be me, I have 20 years of experience in the tech industry.
I care, I know how to do it, and I’ve already changed countless lives all around the world.
And I’d love to lock arms with you and show you how to do it.
That’s why I’m so excited to share with you our course today.