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Certified Scrum Product Owner
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Certified ScrumMaster
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Locations

    Crowne Plaza Costa Mesa

    The Crowne Plaza Costa Mesa hotel is located close to the South Coast Plaza and Newport Beach. With many options for shopping, dining and outdoor activities.

    Why Mike Cohn and Mountain Goat Software?

    If you’re looking for Product Owner certification and Scrum Master training, check out our agile training in Orange County.

    All classes are led by Mike Cohn of Mountain Goat Software – a leading choice in agile training and Scrum certification for Fortune 500s, startups and everything in between.

    As an industry thought leader and author of popular Scrum and agile books, Mike is acclaimed for his style of teaching: hands-on, informative and entertaining.

    If you’re looking to become more agile in your current role, Mountain Goat Software is the place to take that first step. Our classes teach you everything you need to jump-start agile and Scrum in the workplace.

    Plus, all classes count for Scrum Education Units (SEUs) from the Scrum Alliance and professional development units (PDUs) from the Project Management Institute. Check the course description for more information on how many units you’ll earn.

    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 finish the course as a Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO).

    We hope to see for agile training in Orange County!

    Training in Other Locations:

    Dan S.

    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 step change how your organization delivers software, I couldn’t recommend Lance more.

    Dan S.
    VP of Marketing/eCommerce
    James Van Tuyl

    Simplifies and clearly instructs us through complex planning This video course is brilliant. Each chapter has at least 1 quiz with a variety of question types (select best answer or multiple select etc) where we get instant feedback about our answers. During the course, I’ve covered a number of useful planning and estimating practices and tools, some of which are common place in most scrum teams (such as planning poker), but this course really gets back to the basics which helps me understand the theory reasons behind it, and identifies what’s really important. Since completing the course, I am much more confident with what tools I can use to plan and estimate my projects properly. Within this video course, Mike Cohn presents clearly and provides example scenarios. He draws comparisons which we can all relate to. I’ve been very impressed with the quality and clarity of the course and would highly recommend to my friends and colleagues.

    James Van Tuyl
    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