From design thinking to Agile; learn how to use the Mobius loop to deliver the outcomes your customers need.
Following the completion of the course, all participants will be given the Mobius Practitioner and Scrum Product Owner (with the Scrum Alliance) certifications.
Learn how to deliver the Outcomes that matter and align your organization.
“Gabrielle is the only trainer I work with in the United Kingdom. I can confidently recommend her company to anyone who wants to maximise the rewards of adopting Agile and Lean in their organization.”
Dr.Jeff Sutherland, the co-creator of Scrum
“Mobius is the one-stop-shop for design thinking, lean startup, jobs-to-be-done and Agile. It connects all the dots to create awesome experiences and the outcomes that matter.”
Jamie O’Shaunessey, Product manager at Skype
Where Agile aligns to Outcomes
By combining design thinking and Agile, we show you how to discover, design and deliver not only great products, but measurable progress using the leading outcome accelerator, the Mobius loop.
Why do your training with us
1. Our students love the training!
98% of our students say “the dual certified MPP and CSPO class was worth the time and money – even aside from the value of the certification”. And 100% said they were likely to recommend it to a friend or colleague! We get comments like this one from Theresa Smith all the time: “It really was the best course I have ever been on, and Gabrielle is an amazing trainer!”
2. Taught by the top product and outcome delivery specialists
This class is taught Gabrielle Benefield, a leading Agile pioneer, and the creator of the Mobius Loop. Certified as a Scrum Alliance Scrum Trainer, Strategyzer Business model generation trainer, and Mobius Loop trainer, she brings decades of practical experience to her classes. She lead one of the largest enterprise Agile transformations, scaling to over 250 teams globally in 2005. Gabrielle is an author of The Scrum Primer, one of the most widely read introductions to Agile development, the recently released ‘A Scrum book’ with Jeff Sutherland, and the popular Mobius Loop; an outcome accelerator. Gabrielle has provided Agile and design thinking training and consulting to some of the largest companies in the world, including Wells Fargo bank, UTC Aerospace, Sony Computer Entertainment, Lonely Planet, Accenture, Cognizant British Gas and Optus Telecommunications.
Gabrielle co-trains with Mobius and Agile coaches, sharing their practical experience from companies such as Red Hat and Google. This gives attendee the chance to ask questions and understand how to apply their experience to their own world.
3. Certification fee included
The course fee includes the Scrum Alliance certification and MobiusLoop certification fee in the course cost. There is currently no exam for the Product Owner certification and certification is given at the end of day two of the class.
4. Includes the Little book of Scrum
Includes Gabrielle Benefield’s book “The Little Book of Scrum – the essential Scrum guide”
5. Includes the Mobius cards
Includes Gabrielle Benefields Mobius innovation cards, to help you design your own model.
Who Should Attend:
Product Managers, Product Owners, innovators, entrepreneurs, and coaches; anyone looking to apply Mobius to product innovation and strategy.
People filling the Product Manager/Owner role: Business analysts, UX practitioners, product managers, business leaders and others responsible for filling the product owner role in Scrum and Agile processes.
People supporting the product owner: Business analysts, UX practitioners, product managers, business leaders and others who support product development by collaborating with users, business stakeholders, and subject matter experts to make decisions about what the product should be.
Product managers, portfolio managers, project managers, business stakeholders and others responsible for budgeting, scoping, and planning software projects seeking to understand a product team centric approach to product ownership
All team members seeking a deeper understanding of how great products are identified, planned, designed, and validated in an agile context
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