Why Mike Cohn and Mountain Goat Software?
Receive your agile training in London with Mike Cohn of Mountain Goat Software. An author and industry thought leader, Mike leads each course with his acclaimed style of teaching: hands-on, informative and entertaining.
That’s why large corporations, startup businesses and everything in between choose Mountain Goat Software for scrum certification, product owner certification, learning about agile user stories, and becoming better at agile estimating and planning.
The course curriculum covers everything you need to know to start agile and Scrum in the workplace. Our agile training in London also prepares attendees for Scrum certification. The required exams can be taken immediately after course completion, and fees are included in the registration with us.
In addition, our courses count towards Scrum Education Units (SEUs) from the Scrum Alliance and professional development units (PDUs) from the Project Management Institute. Each class varies in units, so please check the course description for more information.
Note that the registration is handled by a London partner company, so you will leave the Mountain Goat Software website to complete your order.
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Mike’s wealth of experience and exuberant style of training leads to courses that always deliver a heavy-weight punch. From his ScrumMaster Certification to User Stories Applied course, there is always useful material to apply to your project. The best part is that no matter how ‘trivial’ a question you may have, Mike always takes the time to listen patiently and provides sound guidance.Ian Wermerling
Mike has a wonderful way of describing the framework in a way that can be easily understood.James Lance
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