Scrum is not a problem-solving framework, it is a problem surfacing framework by creating maximum transparency.
Scrum.org™ was founded by Ken Schwaber in 2009 to execute on his mission of improving the profession of software development. Ken co-developed the Scrum framework with Jeff Sutherland in the early 1990s to help organizations struggling with complex development projects.
With over 456,500 professionals certified globally, Scrum.org stands as an epitome for quality, credibility, and agility. Based on the principles of Scrum, Scrum.org offers comprehensive training, certifications and assessments, and is supported by over 330 Scrum.org Professional Scrum Trainers™ (PSTs), empowering individuals and enterprises to embrace agility through Scrum, globally.
With career-defining credentials from globally renowned bodies like Scrum.org™, you not only immediately improve your earning potential but also build the skills to take on more responsibility. All the courses at Scrum.org are designed keeping real-world problems of Agile in mind, thus helping you learn how to deliver high-value software with higher levels of Agility, using Scrum. Get the skills, tools, and mindset required to achieve high-quality results with our Scrum.org certifications.
Agility across a whole enterprise combines speed and stability. It helps role clarity, innovation, and operational discipline and can produce positive outcomes for organizational health and performance. As per Scrum.org™, and McKinsey study ‘Enterprise Agility: Buzz or Business Impact?’, enterprise agility has the potential to improve the customer experience by up to 30 percent, employee engagement by 20 to 30 percent, unlock a performance improvement of up to 30 to 50 percent which can result in a financial improvement of 20 to 30 percent.
Hundreds of the world’s largest businesses are leveraging our training to get their teams the credentials from Scrum.org to improve time-to-market, increase productivity, boost quality, and improve employee engagement and job satisfaction.
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