21776Re: [scrumdevelopment] Re: Scrum training
- Jun 1, 2007Hi Roman, I'm not talking from the trainer perspective. I was thinking from the trainee perspective.
Would it make sense to follow the PO training if you already followed the SM training?
Roman Pichler wrote:
You can either schedule a third day that covers product owner topics
such as product backlog management and user stories or you can
schedule a separate product owner class. Even though my personal
preference as a trainer and coach is the second option, it very much
depends on the situation of your client. If you have only a few
product owners that need to be trained, I'd go for the second option.
--- In scrumdevelopment@ yahoogroups. com, Patrick Debois
<Patrick.Debois@ ...> wrote:
> As a consultant I often switch sides: sometimes at the customer
> managing the company doing the project, sometimes implementing it
> together for a customer.
> I've scheduled a CSM training, does it make sense to follow both
> trainings? Or is most of the information 'overlapping' .
> srinivas chillara wrote:
> > --- "arne.ahlander" <arne.ahlander@ ...
> > <mailto:arne. ahlander% 40yahoo.com> > wrote:
> > > With a good SM and a dedicated team things can work
> > > out well
> > > eventhough the PO has less training or experience,
> > > but good can
> > > always get better.
> > > arne
> > Absolutely. But a poor SM will almost certainly get
> > the project shot to pieces.
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