Get trained by Certified Scrum Trainers (CST) from the Scrum Alliance and become a Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO).
Scrum is one of the most popular Agile frameworks that help individual teams to work on complex products and concentrate on building the customer needs. Scrum promotes frequent, sustainable and incremental delivery which will always deliver values for customer throughout the development.
The Product Owner (PO) is the only person responsible for maximizing the business values and work closely with the Development Team, the business and product user together. He creates and will manage the order of the Product Backlog, and ensures that it is visible and transparent to everybody.
In this course, you will gain certain skills and knowledge that help you to work efficiently as a PO. You will be able to find appropriate Agile working approaches and tools for your own organization that:
• Work in Scrum and help create a clear vision with user values.
• Understand and prepare the right order, express requirements as testable outcomes, balance all stakeholder needs.
• Plan releases and sprints, and build strong working relationships with your development teams for maximum return on investment (ROI).
This CSPO training is more like a workshop. During the two-day training, we discuss and learn how a Product Owner can work successfully with the team and stakeholders. The training includes exercises, case studies and examples that will give you a clear picture to the work of a PO, as well as principles and values.
With more than ten years of experience in training and working with Product Owners, our Trainers show you exactly what tools and techniques a Product Owner can use in the daily work. This course will be performed as an interactive workshop using instructions, illustrations and plenty of exercises.
Participants who actively and successfully complete the two-day CSPO training course will be awarded a Certified Scrum Product Owner issued by Scrum Alliance.
Hard copy of the course materials, Planning Poker box, Scrum on a page, Scrum roles & events cards are offered to participants at no extra cost.
Get 16 SEUs by the Scrum Alliance upon successful completion of the course.
Two-year membership and the engagement with a community of recognized Scrum experts who are committed to continuous improvement
The training brings an overview of Scrum as well as the background and theoretical foundation of Scrum. The participants will learn how to work and communicate as a Product Owner in Scrum. We will be sharing tools, discussing and learning from each other.
Why Scrum works
Definition and origin of Scrum
Overview of Scrum Events and Artifacts
Scope of the Product Owner, Scrum Master and the team role in general
Reasons why there is no project manager and no agile product manager and why the Product Owner is also not a business analyst or tester.
Role of a PO in all Scrum events
Techniques and decision-making approaches to work with stakeholders, and how the PO and Team collaborate
Product Ownership with Multiple Teams.
Approaches to identify product purpose or strategy and communicate them with the team.
Roadmaps creation and Release Planning.
Strategies for the incremental delivery of a product and learn techniques for ordering the Backlog and keep it transparent and visible.
Approaches to conduct Customer Research and Product Discovery
Connection between the needs of users, customers and stakeholders
Importance of product prioritization and the focus on the right things
Product discovery and its influence on the future success of product outcomes.
Methods to create product backlog items that reﬂect impact and desired outcome
Comparison of “Just-in-time” and “all-at-once” approach
Tools to communicate, clarify, and refine the scrum team’s understanding of PBIs.
Techniques to extract small, valuable, releasable subsets of a big idea or feature
Benefits of splitting larger, valuable product backlog items into smaller, reprioritized items
Minimum Viable Product building (MVP)
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