Agile Software Development methodologies have been around for over a decade, and several are becoming prevalent in enterprise development practices where traditional, heavyweight SDLC-based methodologies once held exclusive mindshare. Scrum is one of the most approachable Agile methodologies for shops looking to make the transition. One can read up on Scrum in a few sittings and have enough information to get started, and most Certified Scrum Master (CSM) courses only take two days to complete.
Invariably, new practicioners of Scrum find themselves asking, “So now we’re Agile using Scrum; now what?” The principles of Scrum are easy enough to absorb, but putting them into practice can be a challenge, particularly when a shop has years of doing things “the old way” under their belt.
Coaching can be a great way to break through to the next level in your Scrum practices. Contact us to find out more about how All Things Computed can come alongside your group in your journey into Scrum.