By GWW Staff
As agencies consider returning to the office, many are gauging the right path to take. A recent Pew Research Center study found that more than half of those who can work at home (54%), would like to continue to do so, and about a quarter of workers are less satisfied with their job than they were before the pandemic.
While the way we do things has transformed over the past year and a half, it can be challenging to bring these new perspectives into play. This has led to uncertainty for organizations, making it difficult to simply go back to the way things were. At times like these, some tried-and-true Agile techniques can help to bring structure to the chaos.
For many years, we’ve found the Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) and Advanced CSM courses to be an excellent way to channel professional and organizational growth. Not only do the courses teach the frameworks, principles, and values of Scrum, they provide tools to help manage complex situations such as the ones born of current events.
In this post, we’ll look at some of the frameworks/models that can help ScrumMasters support their teams to navigate the paradigms, environments, mindsets, and beliefs that make up an organization. Much of the time, these tools recede into the background, but in challenging times, they can be helpful to revisit for inspiration and guidance.