Scrum for the Agile organization

According to the State of Agile Survey, approximately 60 percent of projects are Agile.1 After all, Agile frameworks help companies accelerate time to market, increase productivity, and respond to changes in priorities. Of all the Agile frameworks, Scrum is the most widely adopted. Professionals from around the world and in a variety of industries are using Scrum to position their teams for greater success.

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Scrum Alliance helps you bring Scrum to your organization

To bring Scrum out of the classroom and into practice, you'll need a Certified Scrum Coach (CSC). CSCs are experts in both the theory and practice of Scrum. They have an in-depth understanding of the practices and principles of Scrum and have real experience on actual Scrum projects. A CSC will guide you and your team on the increased collaboration and high performance that Scrum requires. Sweeping organizational change doesn't happen overnight and will require work. A CSC can help make it easier.

Certified Scrum Trainers (CSTs) are licensed to teach Certified ScrumMaster® (CSM) and Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) courses within your workplace environment. Scrum Alliance imposes stringent certification requirements on CSTs to ensure only those who are qualified are entrusted to train your team.

Scrum Alliance has developed a program for instructors and training organizations that offer certification and noncertification courses pertinent to Agile and Scrum professionals. The Scrum Alliance Registered Education Provider (REP) program provides affiliation with and endorsement by the Scrum Alliance.

1 VersionOne. State of Agile Survey 2011.