Posted Wednesday, August 21, 2019 under challenge 1 minute read
I had once been told by a professor to “never go full agile”…
I completed a three day certified SCRUM master course delivered by the SCRUM Alliance. I had used variants of Agile project management frameworks for years, but had never sought any official guidance. My experience in industry had prepared me with many questions, as I had seen where we had struggled so-far – usually when co-ordinating projects across teams operating with different methodologies.
I had chosen the SCRUM master training as I often found myself representing my teams – either presenting work, engaging with customers, or collaborating with others. Being an envoy in this way meant I was already often fulfilling the requirements of a SCRUM master – removing blockers for my teams, and being a proponent of more introspective and adaptive methods of working.
In addition to brushing up on the formal principles of the SCRUM framework and its ceremonies, I gained: