Certified Scrum Master Training (CSM) – Melbourne, 7 – 8 June 2018
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Strategic Alliance Manager at Virtual Machine Technology Just wanted to thank Ilan & Colin so much for how much energy and passion they put into delivering Scrum and Agile principles to us. The course was awesome and it really inspired me to deep dive into the many benefits that Scrum principles will bring to us all in real life application within our professional careers. My mission is to now try and apply what I have learnt within my current projects and overtime be progressively seen as an advocate for Scrum and endorse positive change to how we deliver outcomes within IT.
Scrum Master - Delivery Lead and Coach at SAI Global If I want to summarize my feedback, I can simply say that Colin and Ilan know very well what they are talking about and know very well how to explain it – they managed to keep their audience engaged throughout their workshop while bringing added value, useful information and a bit of fun. The attendees’ Scrum experience ranged from people who only heard of term to professionals that have been practicing for many years – and the fact, that the delivered content and the delivery approach satisfied everyone (in my opinion), is what makes both Ilan and Colin a great tag team [of trainers :)]. I would not think twice before recommending their courses to a friend or a colleague.
Project Manager at AMP Firstly, great course. I'm usually disappointed attending training courses and leave with the feeling of a missed opportunity but yours was first class. A really valuable couple of days. In particular I enjoyed seeing some cross over in to Lean principles with the use of pull and trying to minimise waste.
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