Ilan Goldstein CST PMP ACP

  

Director , AxisAgile

Location: Australia


Certifications

Certified Scrum Trainer
Certified Scrum Professional
Certified Scrum Product Owner
Certified ScrumMaster

My Courses

Certified Scrum Product Owner®
5-6 May, 2014
Location: Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Certified ScrumMaster®
8-9 May, 2014
Location: Sydney, NSW, Australia

Certified ScrumMaster®
22-23 May, 2014
Location: Melbourne, Vic, Australia

Certified ScrumMaster®
2-3 June, 2014
Location: Sydney, NSW, Australia

Certified Scrum Product Owner®
4-5 June, 2014
Location: Sydney, NSW, Australia

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Groups I belong to

Sydney

Biography

Ilan Goldstein is a globally recognized Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) and has extensive experience working with start-ups, market leaders and public companies to improve their agility through the implementation of Scrum.

He is the author of the popular 'Scrum Shortcuts Without Cutting Corners', a book focused on highly pragmatic tactics, tools and tips to help new and experienced Scrum practitioners. It is published by Pearson Education (under the Addison-Wesley brand) and sits proudly as part of the critically acclaimed and popular 'Cohn Agile Signature Series'. 

Ilan is a director of AxisAgile, a Scrum training, coaching and consulting company based in Sydney, Australia, is a regular conference speaker, contributor to industry publications and blogger on all things Scrum. He is also a founder of Scrum Australia, the organization responsible for running Australia's national Scrum conferences.

Along with his Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) certification, Ilan is a Project Management Professional (PMP), PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) and PRINCE2 Practitioner.

In his spare time he volunteers for Compeer, the award winning, global mental health program.

Organizations I Train Through

Approved Courses

CSM

  • Certified ScrumMaster

CSPO

  • Certified Scrum Product Owner

Extended Education

  • CST Extended Education Course

Articles I've written

Transitioning From Time-Based to Relative Estimation
Congratulations! You’ve finally convinced the team that relative story point estimation is a great way to move forward and you’re now ready to jump into your first planning poker session.  So where do you start? What’s a 1-point story? What’s a 3-point story? What’s a 13-point story? Your team is looking to you and this process is almost as new to you as it is to them.