What Our Students Are Saying About Our Virtual Courses


Angela kept the whole training engaging and interactive. It was very well structured and paced. Appreciate all the time and attention put into the training and materials. Do it! You won't regret a single moment.

David L. from Ansonia, CT

I enjoyed the group sessions in the breakout rooms. This gave us an opportunity to apply Scrum principles in a real-life team setting. Angela is awesome; I would not recommend anyone else. Thank you!

Tiffany L. from Bellevue, WA

Timely paced, well explained. Angela kept us all glued to the training with her training skills. Very much satisfied.

Lisa D. from Barnhart, MO

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3 Common Mistakes New Scrum Teams Make

3 Common Mistakes New Scrum Teams Make

As a ScrumMaster, your job is to remove impediments and facilitate the Scrum process. But how do you know when an impediment exists? The truth is, the discovery of most impediments will not come from your team or Product Owner telling you about them. You will find them because you see them happening.

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Can a Large Scrum Team Be Successful?

Can a Large Scrum Team Be Successful?

The Scrum Guide says that the ideal Scrum team size is between 3 and 9 members. Here’s why: think of a team of two people, you and me. I can communicate with you, you can communicate with me. Pretty straight forward, right? Now let’s introduce another person - we’ll call her Kate. Immediately, there are more lines of communication...

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Why We Don’t Teach Big Classes

Why We Don’t Teach Big Classes

Recently, the Scrum Alliance decided to raise the maximum number of attendees allowed in certification classes to 50 people. The Druckman Company will NOT be teaching classes of that size. In my opinion, that is not a class – it is a seminar. I’ve been to some large seminars that I very much enjoyed. But a certification class and a seminar are not the same thing.

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