This is what some participants say about their level of involvement in this course:
"active", "engaged", "enthusiastic", "focused", "motivated", "involved", "committed", "curious", "energized", "awesome", "ready", "animated", "collaborative"
This is what you will learn from the other participants in the course:
"Everyone struggles with Scrum."
"Scrum principles are based on tested results and workable."
"Experience on applying Scrum in big, old organizations and struggles on how to change from traditional project manager to Scrum."
"Admired their Agile mindset and their more positive ways of giving feedback "we can do better" vs. "we are off track".
"Learned how they implemented Scrum, roadblocks they faced and how to overcome those."
"Knowledge to decide whether Scrum is for me or not and when to implement it."
"That others are facing similar issues in adopting and adapting to Scrum."
"I learned a lot from people with different roles in their organization."
"Mechanics are not the emphasis for success in this methodology."
"The issues I face in my work is common among my classmates."
"Surprised that Scrum is not as structured as PMI."
This is what past participants say about Carlton:
"Good practical experience with Scrum."
"Carlton is an excellent instructor. I tell everyone how fantastic the course is!"
"Perfection: knows the content, uses good tools & techniques to deliver and adapts & learns."
"Very knowledable, engaging, personable and enthusiastic. I feel prepared to step into a ScrumMaster role!"
"Great subject matter, knowledgable, great teacher, demonstrated the values and principles of Scrum during instruction".
"Never got bored. Carlton changed up the format, location, activity types and had a good balance between presenting vs. discussing."
"Not using Powerpoint was excellent. The course continually kept my attention with live demos and participation."
"Carlton seemed to be aware when people became distracted and adpet at bringing people back."
"I loved how unconvential it was. I wish the class was longer."