In Project Management Agile Scrum practices for cross-functional tools have become catch-lines today. When becoming an Agile Certified Scrum professional doesn’t need a technical degree, and many Agile practitioners are in-house assets, the certification can empower you, your resume and your career in Scrum Agile suites.
Here is some room for thought about the certifications.
The Pros and Cons of Certifications
- Certification validates the point that you are industry ready and have both the conceptual and practical skills required
- HR Managers and screening assessors of your resume treat certification as necessary validation for the job. It adds the professional touch
- It validates your skills and tells the world you have the practical skills of an ace in your field
- The process of certification allows you to touch base with new developments and revises what you have not practised on for ages
- Certification is no guarantee of a job.