If you have goals gathering dust in your shelve, then this course is for you.
In this course, you will learn the Scrum method of executing goals.
Scrum is based on the idea that whenever you start any project, you should pause and check if what you are doing is leading you to your goals, or to no exit sign.
Most of the software companies adopted this method of executing work faster, after they got dissapointed with their old ways of working.
The name Scrum comes from the rugby game. It has its roots in Toyota. Edward Deming introduced this concept of Plan,Do, Check and Act to the Toyota Production System in the year 1950's. This is secret that made Toyota to be the number one car manufacturing company in the world.
At the end of this course, you will learn the history of Scrum. You will also learn some of the practices in the Planning,Doing ,Checking and Acting phases of the Deming cycle. Applications of this knowledge will enable you to execute your goals 2X faster. It will make you the "Toyota's" of today.
I personally used this method to create this course you are about to uncover. I tracked my small daily goals and tasks using a free online tool called Trello,which you will find in the resources provided. I had my daily meetings and reflection time. The results were astonishingly good. I beat my delivery time hands down. I couldn't be more happy with Scrum-my all time companion in executing any goal.
Gain this unfair advantage today. Start using the Scrum execution method, and usher your goals from the dusty shelves into the universe.