Wow! I am so happy to come across this site! Ok, here's my question to other Big 4 IT consultants: I've been a Big 4 consultant for 5 years now. My last project was a cutting-edge digital growth initiative for a major motion picture studio where we operated under a radically different paradigm called Agile. I'm sure you've heard of it. It's got lots of buzz, but from what I can tell, no dice from the professional services firms. They talk alot about Agility, but I'm not hearing much about its actual implementation on projects. Anyway, I saw the power of Agile in a big way (unfortunately, before I was laid off) and I'm considering the Agile Scrum Certification. My problem is, I'm not giving up Big 4 (I'm one of the ones who LOVES the travel - I know, weird!) and I'm wondering if going for Agile Certification would put me out there as a small-scale gig gal. I'm not all for that. Besides, alot of people in traditional firms see it as "faddish" but in my heart of hearts I know its got staying power.... If you were firm on going back to Big 4, would you do an Agile Certification?
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