WE ARE NOT A TRADITIONAL organization
We work in Scrum. We are geographically dispersed. We cooperate with our competitors. We support interesting initiatives. We teach agile and we follow its principles.
Who we are
THREE COMPLEMENTARY PERSONALITIES AND SKILLSETS
WE HAVE EXPERIENCE IN ALL AREAS
We work with teams, technology and management. We are a team force able to address problems in all these areas at once.
WE HAVE HUGE COMPETENCE RESOURCES
We have access to dozens of the best experts in the field of software quality, business and team development. If necessary, they support our team.
WE KNOW WHAT WE ARE TALKING ABOUT
We use Scrum on every day basis and and each day we face challenges and benefits that come with it. Also, we have failed our first Sprint too.
THREE COMPLEMENTARY PERSONALITIES AND EXPERIENCE
Paweł FelińskiProfessional Scrum Trainer
Holder of PSF and PSM license.
Beata NowakowskaProfessional Scrum Trainer
Holder of PSF and PSD license.
Kate TerleckaProfessional Scrum Trainer
Holder of PSF, PSM , PSPO and SPS license.
Katarzyna ZiembaScrum Expert
Filip CzapeczkaScrum Expert
We oficially collaborate with Scrum.org
Source of experience and knowledge
Our trainers have access to Scrum.org's knowledge base and licensed to use certified materials. Thanks to this, participants get not only a large dose of new knowledge and skills, but also a solid foundation for exams offered within the certification path of Scrum.org.
Scrum.org chooses its trainers with care. They constantly prove their understanding, knowledge and experience.
We share our experience with others
Cooperation with Kate Terlecka was a hit. [...] Both training and coaching have built a team competence and foundation for further work under new circumstances.
All training courses offered by Brass Willow are carried out with great charisma, commitment, backed by vast professional and industry knowledge.
The trainer quickly aligned to the needs, questions and level of knowledge possessed by participants. I really appreciated the concept of treating employees as human beings and not as resources.