(in Richardson)
Certified ScrumMaster
with Mike Cohn
$1,400    $1,200 (Early Bird Price through Jul 1)
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(in Richardson)
Certified Scrum Product Owner
with Mike Cohn
$1,400    $1,200 (Early Bird Price through Jul 1)
More Info Register

Locations

    DoubleTree Hotel by Hilton Dallas-Richardson

    The DoubleTree in Richardson, TX boasts a prime north Dallas location in the Richardson Telecom Corridor just minutes from University of Texas at Dallas (UTD). Enjoy fast and easy access to nearby DART stations, which can take you to Plano or downtown Dallas, including the Dallas Convention Center.

    Why Mike Cohn and Mountain Goat Software?

    Fortune 500s, startups and everything in between choose Mike Cohn of Mountain Goat Software for their agile education and Scrum certification.

    When you take agile training in Dallas, you get face-to-face learning with Mike, an industry thought leader and author of popular Scrum and agile books. Mike’s acclaimed style of teaching is hands-on, informative and entertaining.

    The class curriculum covers everything you need to know to start agile and Scrum at the workplace. If you’re looking to become more agile in your current role, Mountain Goat Software is the place to take that first step.

    Our Certified ScrumMaster courses qualify you to take the Scrum Alliance CSM exam. All exam fees are included in your registration, and our participants have a 98% pass rate on the exam. There is no exam for product owners, so you will leave as a Certified Scrum Product Owner or CSPO.

    All classes count for Scrum Education Units (SEUs) from the Scrum Alliance and professional development units (PDUs) from the Project Management Institute. Each class varies in how many units it offers, so check the course description for more information.

    We hope to see for agile training in Dallas!

    Training in Other Locations:

    Alexandra Ursea

    Excellent overview of iteration and release planning The course is a must for anyone working in an agile environment. An excellent description of an iteration and release planning. Key concepts such as velocity, story points and ideal days are very well explained. Good recommendations on how they should be used. I found the “Release Planning” topic examples on how to plan a release when the team has historical data versus when the team does not have historical data extremely informative Good pointers on how to approach planning a release on projects that have either a fixed delivery date, fixed scope or fixed cost.

    Alexandra Ursea
    Harvey Wheaton

    After the recent Certified ScrumMaster course that Mike ran for us in the UK, everyone went back to their teams completely re-energized and determined to make Scrum work. Mike is a passionate and inspirational teacher with a wealth of experience from working with a wide variety of companies. We can’t wait to have him back later this year to work with more teams and to help guide us through the transition to a fully Agile way of managing our complex projects.

    Harvey Wheaton
    Senior Development Director
    Electronic Arts
    Daniele Brazzolotto

    I really liked that this course was very concrete and down to earth, that we talked not only about what how SCRUM is supposed to work in an ideal world but also how it can be applied in our messy work environments.

    Daniele Brazzolotto
    Project Manager