Why Mike Cohn and Mountain Goat Software?
When you take agile training in Austin with Mountain Goat Software, you learn directly from Mike Cohn, an industry thought leader, author of three popular agile books and respected educator worldwide.
Fortune 500s, startups and everything in between choose Mike Cohn for their agile and Scrum education and certification. Mike’s approach to agile training is interactive and engaging, and teaches practical ideas you can apply right away.
All of our Certified ScrumMaster courses prepare you to take the Scrum Alliance CSM exam. Our training participants have a 98% pass rate on the exam, and all exam fees are included in your registration.
(Note: There is no exam for product owner training, so you will leave the class as a Certified Scrum Product Owner or CSPO.)
Our courses count towards professional development units (PDUs) from the Project Management Institute and Scrum Education Units (SEUs) from the Scrum Alliance. Every class will vary, so be sure to check each course for units.
We hope to see you in Austin for agile and Scrum training!
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As one of the original employees of Tandem Diabetes Care, my opinion is that the most important strategic decisions we made early on was to use Scrum. Every one of our Scrum masters received their training from Mike Cohn. Not only did Mike help us understand how to use scrum for our software development, his training gave us a base from which we figured out how to use Scrum for both our electrical and mechanical engineering groups.Tom Ulrich
Sr. Director of Software Engineering
Tandem Diabetes Care
Lance has a great demeanor and approach that really resonated with the team. His background and knowledge helped guide the team through many of the challenges of changing the way we work. If you are looking to improve how your organization delivers software, I couldn’t recommend Lance more.Dan Stewart
VP of Marketing/eCommerce
I thought the class was a tremendous mix of classroom learning and group interaction. I left feeling like I had the tools I would need to succeed as a product owner.John Coyle