Certified Scrum Master Training (CSM) – Sydney, 20 – 21 June 2019
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Engineering Manager, Premier Mission Critical - Asia Pacific at Microsoft Having attended a Certified Scrum Master (CSM) course facilitated by Ilan, I now have a deeper understanding and appreciation of Scrum. Ilan’s ability to provide real world examples and honestly discuss Scrum framework advantages and disadvantages were of tremendous business and personal value. If you are looking for a Scrum expert to help you apply Scrum framework to your projects, Ilan and AxisAgile understand Scrum deeply and will provide the right assistance, not just textbook learning, for practical and successful utilisation.
Digital Technology Leader at IAG Colin and Ilan from AxisAgile provided excellent, detailed, informative & interactive Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) and Scrum Master (CSM) training. The training and mentoring was so good we sent another 10 people, driving forward Scrum and Agile in our organisation.Colin and Ilan were professional, inclusive, engaging and fun trainers who demonstrated a wealth of knowledge including practical advice and guidance for rolling out Scrum and avoiding common mistakes. The Scrum training focused heavily on empowering the Scrum team and delivering customers the highest business value as early as possible.I highly recommend Colin, Ilan & AxisAgile for CSM and CSPO training.
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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