Newport Beach, CA (January 9, 2011) – Bob Sarni, VP of Enterprise Coaching for Ripple Rock Ltd., is partnering with Mark C. Layton of Platinum Edge to offer a Certified ScrumMaster training course that draws on each expert’s extensive experience.
Mark C. Layton is a renowned ScrumMaster trainer, author of “Agile Project Management for Dummies” and a PMI certification instructor with over 20 years in the project/program management field.
This ScrumMaster training course will focus on the fundamentals of the Scrum framework: activities, artifacts, and team roles. It’s intended for anyone looking to work on or with a Scrum team, such as line managers, program or project managers, programmers, testers, business analysts, and product managers. Attendees are eligible to earn 14 PDUs toward PMI certification.
For more information on the Certified ScrumMaster training course, or to reserve your spot today, please visit: http://csm-scrum-training-newportbeach-jan.eventbrite.com/
Date & Time:
Thursday, January 13, 2011 at 8:30 AM – Friday, January 14, 2011 at 5:00 PM (PT)
3300 Irvine Ave.
Newport Beach, CA 92660
About Mark C. Layton and Platinum Edge:
Platinum Edge helps companies deliver value faster, with fewer errors, at a lower total cost. We are a team of MBAs, Behavioral Science experts and certified Project Leaders who assist companies wanting to successfully transition to Agile software development. With offices in New York, Los Angeles, London and Singapore, Platinum Edge is constantly working with Global 1000 executives to deliver an average of 50% cost savings, 37% time-to-market acceleration and 10+% reduction in software development defects. For more information, please visit: http://www.platinumedge.com
Platinum Edge, Inc.
5318 East 2nd Street, Suite 704
Long Beach, CA 90803
RippleRock formed in 2009 with the mission to assist customers drive dramatic improvements in their software development capability. We apply our expertise across the full lifecycle; facilitating organisational transformation to enable Agile practices, all the way down to improving engineering practices within the teams.
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