Common Sense Scrum:
Why Scrum Gets So Much Resistance

Eric Tucker
CST, CSP-SM, CSP-SO, A-CSM, CSM, CSPO, Trainer and Consultant

About the Webinar

  • One common belief is that Scrum was designed to help you solve problems as you develop products and/or services. In fact, the primary benefit of Scrum is the opposite. If executed the way it is intended, Scrum’s superpower is its ability to reveal your problems, rapidly. Why do so many companies cherry-pick parts of Scrum to execute, while discarding other parts? Because by human nature, we don’t like having our shortcomings thrown in our faces. In this webinar, we’ll look at the Scrum framework and provide common-sense reasons why Scrum should be practiced in its entirety — or not at all. The short-and long-term benefits far outweigh the short-term discomfort.

About the Presenter


Eric Tucker, CST, CSP-SM, CSP-SO, A-CSM, CSM, CSPO, trainer and consultant with CEG, has over 24 years of software and systems development experience and 17 years of experience working with individuals and organizations adopting agile. Having trained and coached leaders, developers, scrum masters, and product owners, Eric is able to work with any skill set and at any level of an organization. His professional experience includes many years as an agile coach facilitating scrum and Kanban events, coaching team members, setting up and managing scrum framework, developing and optimizing new teams, and coaching organizations on the benefits of agile frameworks and mindset.

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