Liviu Mesesan becomes the first Licensed Scrum Trainer in Central and Eastern Europe
Liviu Mesesan has recently become the first Licensed Scrum Trainer in Central and Eastern Europe. The authorization was provided by Dr. Jeff Sutherland, Scrum co-creator.
By: Liviu Mesesan
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Participants in the courses taught by Liviu Mesesan are people working in various public or private organizations, some of which would be: US Air Force, IBM, Nokia, Honeywell, Zurich Insurance, Provident, Lockheed Martin, Intel, Microsoft, University of Arad, Dell, John Deer, Toyota, Vodafone, Athabasca University, and many more, from countries such as Germany, Switzerland, Italy, France, Spain, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Canada, the United
States, and, Romania.
Why now, and why Liviu Mesesan? he was asked in a recent interview.
"In order to become a Scrum trainer you need first of all the experience, and of course, training in the field.
It's been more than ten years since I first learned about the Agile concept (https://liviumesesan.com/
I saw that it could be done efficiently and delivered on time, without additional costs, without working extra hours and without stress for the people involved. Because for over 20 years of my career I had the opportunity to work in various departments, starting with Operations, and subsequently with Management, Product Development and later Security, it allowed me to accumulate different knowledge, starting from the idea creation of a new product and continuing with its development, then with the implementation for the customer in safe and secure conditions. If, at the beginning, most of my activity was in the IT field, I subsequently worked on projects in production, financial and professional services, local and central public institutions, and education. From my point of view, it is up to you to educate, and although the education system cannot be changed so easily, something else can be done, namely to improve the work of the people by bringing to countries like Romania, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, France, Spain, Austria, Hungary, Latvia or Poland methods that prove to be of success, such as Scrum and Agile thinking (https://liviumesesan.com/
teamwork, thus increasing productivity and efficiency.
" Mesesan states.
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