Training is Your Game Changer.
Are you ready to take your team to the next level? Are you ready to ask the tough questions and challenge your way of thinking? Scrum.org could be your key to achieving lasting change and revolutionizing your team’s effectiveness. Discover a new way of working and learn how to unleash your team’s potential. The courseware offered by Scrum.org is the best in the industry because it is challenging, it is ordered, it is logical, and it is consistent.
What is Scrum?
I am often asked, “Can Scrum be used when you have hard deadlines?” Absolutely. Utilizing the Scrum framework will help you meet challenging targets by encouraging teams to prioritize the highest value work. The Scrum framework is your tool for rationalizing complex environments and moving initiatives to successful completion. Scrum exposes problems and encourages teams to solve them by defining specific events, accountabilities, and artifacts. Teams who use Scrum will continuously improve their effectiveness and prioritize the highest value work for the customer. Unleash your team’s creativity and focus on the continuous and iterative delivery of value for your business and your customer with Scrum.
Engaging Trainer. Scrum Master.
May Iqbal is a recognized project management leader with a 20-year track of bringing projects to the finish line on time and on budget. Mary’s leadership style can help you unleash the creativity of your team to solve complex problems and deliver value. Mary has worked with Fortune 500 companies to lead new technology rollouts and double business revenue. Mary’s real-world tactical experience and team management strategies have helped businesses achieve accelerated growth through applying the Scrum framework. Mary has a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Texas at Austin.
"When I am confronted with a difficult business problem, the best tool in my toolkit—by far—is the Scrum framework."
Hear what people say about Mary's courses:
"Prior to this course a lot of what we were doing felt much more like a 'Just do as I say, no problems here at all!' sort of setup, but during the training we had a moment where they acknowledged 'This is going to be a shift, there will be bumpy roads, we understand it's not all sunshine' and that helped. I didn't feel invisible so much after that."
"I thought after the first day I had enough to take back with me and start Scrum Process. . . The 2nd day was good to see how much better we worked together!"