Karen came into Agile kicking and screaming, not wanting to be a part of the Agile adventure. It wasn't until she was mandated to go to a Scrum Master class that she realized the value. So she's lived first hand frustration with the change that Agile brings and understands the journey your people will be on too.
Unlike other trainers, Karen has served has served in many of the Agile roles, in both the business and IT side of the house. Check out her Bio in the About Us section.
No. Karen will continue to communicate with you after class. As a student, you have access to ask clarifying questions long after the class. There are also coaching options available.
We are in the process of building our policy for the on demand classes. At this point, we are exploring lifelong access to those videos that you purchase. We are also exploring a subscription format. Stay tuned, and feel free to drop us a line if you have suggestions.
Agile Started as a Set of Software Development Practices. Simply stated, Agile originated in 2001 by a group of software developers It was created for delivering software faster, and it has evolved to be so much more than just a tool for the software industry. Agile is now used in all types of teams and organizations. In this world of Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, and Ambiguity (VUCA), Agile enables organizations to respond to change more effectively and efficiently.