Hi, I’m on the marketing team at Jonar, and I’m new to this whole adulting thing. Not to be melodramatic, but I woke up the other day and it was September… and I was going to work. As a recent university graduate, it felt like the first day of the rest of my life.
For the sake of this article, I am going to assume that I don’t need to convince you about the importance of managing change. Instead, I am going to explore how we can do it.
Following our recent visit to Austin, Texas, where we were exhibiting at a tradeshow, we had every intention of writing a positive, fun-filled and informative article. But this is real life, and sometimes things go wrong.
I have a tremendous passion for social business and entrepreneurship and wish to pursue it as my lifelong career path. But, right now, I also happen to be doing a marketing internship for a software company called Jonar. At surface level, these two facets of my life couldn’t appear more distinct.
The job hunt is far from easy. Many large companies use ATS to scan resumes for keywords. This means there’s a good chance your application will be sent to the trash before a human ever sets eyes on it. So, how can you stand out? I’m so glad you asked..
I am not writing this as an ode to extoll the virtues of Scrum - those have been thoroughly covered by everyone else. I want to focus on one part of the Scrum: The Retrospective.