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Certified Scrum Master

People learn best through practice, not hours of boring lecture. Our two-day Certified ScrumMaster training is a highly interactive blend of theory and practice.

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Certified Scrum Product Owner

The Product Owner role is pivotal in Scrum. Without their strong leadership and willingness to make tough trade-offs, Scrum projects will flounder.

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Many organizations find it difficult to send employees away from the office for Certified Scrum training. Instead, they choose to host on-site scrum training at their own facility.

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Certified ScrumMaster

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Certified ScrumMaster

Jun 09, 2017

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Certified ScrumMaster

Jun 20, 2017

Chicago, IL

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The Agile Mindset
  • How to Choose the Right ScrumMaster
    How to Choose the Right ScrumMaster

    In our previous blog series, we looked at traditional organizational roles that sometimes move into the Product Owner role. We also examined the benefits and pitfalls of “converting” these individuals to product owners. Now, let’s answer the same question for the ScrumMaster role.

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  • How to Choose the Right Product Owner Pt.3
    How to Choose the Right Product Owner Pt.3

    In part 1 and 2 of this blog series, we looked at the benefits and pitfalls of filling the Product Owner role with either a business analyst or product manager. In the final installment of this blog, we’ll look at one more potential role transition: project manager to product owner.

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  • How to Choose the Right Product Owner Pt.2
    How to Choose the Right Product Owner Pt.2

    In Part 1 of this blog, we looked at the pros and cons of transitioning your business analysts into the Product Owner role. Another common role transition is from product manager to product owner. When my clients do this, their reasoning goes like so: “We want a product owner who understands and has accountability for the success of the product. Product managers are a natural choice.”

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