What Do We Mean By Opportunity?
How Companies Can Meet Employee Needs and Avoid The Great Resignation
The Great Resignation took companies by surprise. But with an adjustment in perspective, companies can turn what was originally a setback into a competitive advantage. How? By recognizing the opportunity hidden within. By offering a more engaging employee experience, supporting your workforce, and a greater array of benefits, autonomy, and ownership (read on for the ‘how’), companies who pivot and lead will position themselves to attract (and keep) the most diverse, qualified talent and gain a clear competitive advantage.
Distributed Teams Blog Series and More
by Megan Freemont-Smith and Kelsey Sparrow | September, 2021 | Blog How To Make Distributed Teams Work? Use These 4 Agile Strategies We’ve recently partnered with two companies that are influencing the way people work in distributed environments. Together we have...
Is there a correlation between communication and happiness? The short answer is yes, but there’s more to it than such a simple reply. Scrum Inc.’s Michael Simmons explores the correlation, the science behind it, and other critical areas that leaders need to consider.
Hybrid teams are emerging as the new normal for many organizations. But how can you ensure your hybrid teams deliver for your customers and your organization? We’re glad you asked.
Psychological Safety does not mean the absence of conflict. It means members uphold their allegiance to the team over self-interest. Scrum Inc.’s Catherine Travis and Che-Chuen Ho suggest ways to ensure psychological safety is more than a buzzword for you and your team(s).
More than a year after the COVID restrictions made work from home the norm (and zoom a verb), offices are beginning to reopen. There are, however, points every organization should consider as they plan for what comes next. We’ve created this guide to help you inspect and adapt what ‘going back to work’ means.
So, what might the next evolution of our employee experience look like? Can we seize this opportunity to really conceive of some ideas and create a better place to work? Spoiler Alert: It will require A LOT of experiments.
Engaged, empowered employees are critical to the success of any organization. As leadership thinks through the new reality of work, honest feedback on employee experience is key to unlocking productivity and potential. We interviewed four people from different industries to learn about their experience during the pandemic.
Distributed Teams: Mitigating Business Risk in Uncertain TimesThis free webinar explores how your business can mitigate a significant business risk imposed from the Coronavirus by activating distributed Agile teams. Feel Free To Enjoy the Webinar NowHow to Create...
At Scrum Inc., we employ a workshop for launching many teams at once. As I contemplated how to improve this workshop, I began seeing a lot of different ways that the Lean Canvas layout was being employed for different purposes. I wondered if I could do the same for a team launch. The end result is our Team Working Agreement Canvas.
Chart Your Own Course
Select A Path That’s Right For You
The Great Resignation has offered companies and individuals a great opportunity. This is an opportunity to reflect, reset and realign to your true north. To design a company and a workplace that makes for healthy teams that are powered by people who know their value and know that their employers value them.
Are you ready to set up your teams for hyper-productivity in a remote environment? Get started today with one of our course offerings…
Scrum Courses and Training
As an increasing number of organizations move towards Agile ways of working, it can be challenging for Human Resource teams to support and lead those changes. Increasing HR’s knowledge of agile and Scrum is a first step to supporting their collaborative partnership with these teams and individuals. This enables HR professionals to create and enact the most valuable people practices for engaging and developing talent.
Scrum Startup for Teams is an on-demand, online course that offers a scalable Scrum education experience for you, your team, or your entire organization. The course teaches the fundamental knowledge needed to successfully begin working on a Scrum Team or interfacing with Scrum Teams. The curriculum and content have been developed in collaboration with the co-creator of Scrum, Dr. Jeff Sutherland, so your students are getting training informed by the latest research and thinking based on real-world experience.
Scrum@Scale naturally extends the core Scrum framework to deliver hyper-productive results across industries and disciplines, including software, hardware, services, operations, and R&D. In our Registered Scrum@Scale Practitioner (RS@SP) training, you will learn how to apply fundamental Scrum and Lean product development skills to scale Scrum from one to many teams across any sized initiative.