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).
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This course was a pleasure to attend and the training went by quickly; it was extremely “user-friendly.” Mike had a very well organized syllabus with accompanying overhead slides. The content covered in the course was substantive, meaningful, followed a logical format, and at the end of the course left you with the sense that you could perform effectively and confidently as a Scrum Master. In addition, Mike has an easy going delivery style, with an open and receptive personality. He inspires the participants into active discussion and conversation, and provides countless opportunities to ask questions. It is clear that Mike possesses an in-depth knowledge of Agile/Scrum specifically, and of SW development and project management more broadly. Finally, the conference room was strategically and effectively laid out to facilitate discussion among the group as a whole, and also among the participants at each of the individual tables. The class was very informative, fun, and…he’s also got a great sense of humor.Gray B.
Lance’s “Working on A Scrum Team” training class was informative, interactive and engaging. Our teams found the onsite group training very effective to get everyone (Product Owners, Scrum Teams, Scrum Masters) aligned on the same concept, approach, and best practices… Most importantly, he still works with scrum teams in the trenches and is able to provide thoughtful suggestions for difficult situations.Lu F.
Mike has this rare ability of examining complex situations with a lot of gray areas and presenting them with sound recommendations and without any nonsense in simple black and white. Thank you Mike.Hector Rovira