We focus on applying what we train in an enterprise environment, not just academics.
Our classes focus on transforming the way you think about work over learning the mechanic. For example, if you don’t understand the basis for Scrum and you just follow the mechanics, you’ll be disappointed when you go to apply Scrum.
I don’t guarantee everyone will pass the Scrum.org assessment, and with good reason. The test is difficult and should be seen as a significant achievement. I don’t run a certification mill and as such, I teach a deep understanding of the reasons behind Scrum rather than how to pass a test.
I don’t play games in classes: no Legos, marshmallows towers, paper airplanes, or pickles. I like to have fun in my class, but we are all professionals so I use difficult, professional exercises that reflect real-world situations. I believe my students are intelligent peers who bring their own worthy, creative ideas to the class and I respect their thoughts.