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PUBLIC WORKSHOPS AND CORPORATE TRAINING IN THE SCRUM MANAGEMENT PROCESS
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Innovel LLC maintains this website to provide information and resources to organizations and individuals adopting Scrum.

Corporate Training

Rapidly changing markets, emerging technologies, and smaller, more nimble competitors are requiring organizations to move faster than ever before. Yet the rigid processes, reporting structures, and legacy-based systems that provide stability are the very things impede the flexibility and responsiveness that the market demands. What's a leader to do?

Building from the Inside Out

There is no quick fix to this dilemma. Training alone won't solve this problem. The organizational changes required to thrive in the current business environment must come from the latent strengths, talents and capabilities of your organization and its people.

Our training programs help you leverage Scrum to solve immediate business problems, while enabling your people to uncover solutions to the larger organizational issues you are facing -- project by project, team by team, week by week.

Sustained Change yields long-term Results

Scrum provides a framework for organizational change that is incremental. The rapid-cycle approach lets you attack massive problems in bite-sized chunks. Nimble, cross-functional teams have the ability to cut through the systemic dysfunction that exists in all large organizations and find the most direct path to project and organizational success.

Scrum is not a silver bullet. Scrum will not solve your problems. It will reveal them so that you and your people are compelled to address them.

Accelerating Your Scrum Adoption

Our corporate training workshops are designed to be an integral part of an adoption initiative that fits your business goals, your budget, and your people.

Contact us to learn more or to schedule a free 1-hour Lunch & Learn.

 

What is Scrum?

Scrum is a project management framework that that helps teams organize themselves to get work done.


Conceived in the mid 1990's by product development companies seeking increased speed and flexibility, Scrum has been used to develop products and services in small startups, Fortune 100 Companies, government agencies, and non-profits.

Is Scrum for You?

To help you answer this question, we offer a free one-hour Lunch and Learn session -- a facilitiated dialogue designed to help you and your group determine if and how Scrum can help you achieve your goals.