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Scrum is an agile project management method that focuses upon short, focused work periods called “Sprints.” As a product owner it is very important to learn how to work with your team & stakeholders to identify the business benefits to prioritize, understand customers & end-users and creating the product backlog leading to managing the backlog efficiently.

As it is wisely formulated by user experience expert Jeff Patton:

  1. It’s about the product
  2. It’s about understanding product benefits
  3. It’s about customer experience
  4. It’s about design thinking
  5. It’s about collaboration

That’s where the CSPO course comes in. Our trainers will teach you what you need to know to fulfill the role of product owner. This course focuses on the basics of the Scrum framework, including team roles, activities and artifacts, so that you can be an effective member of a Scrum team. This course is a blend of theoretical, problem exploration & practical discussions and will equip attendees with best possible product ownership for their Scrum projects.

Certified Scrum Product Owner training provides a comprehensive look at product ownership in the Scrum environment. Learn the mechanics of routine activities, such as managing the backlog, as well as enterprise-level concerns such as strategic visioning with Scrum, managing multiple projects per team and managing single projects that span multiple teams. Through a combination of lecture, activities and simulation, students will learn the fundamentals of leading an Agile project.

Scrum Foundations

  • Values and Principles
  • The Scrum Framework
  • Modern Scrum vs. Original Scrum
  • Roles, Artifacts and Ceremonies
  • Scrum-Appropriate Projects
  • Product Owner Responsibilities

Product Owner vs. Project Manager

  • ScrumMaster, Product Owner and the Team
  • Establishing a Standard of Care
  • Working with Your ScrumMaster
  • Business Value and Prioritization
  • Quality and Value in the Product
  • Stories & the Backlog

Writing and Gathering Stories

  • Understanding Context and Users
  • Definition of Done and Acceptance Criteria
  • Backlog Grooming and Refinement
  • Stakeholder Requests and Desires
  • Prioritization Factors
  • Agile Visioning

Dealing with Technical Debt

  • Needs and Features
  • Assumptions, Dependencies and Constraints
  • Releases, Milestones & Roadmaps
  • Other requirements
  • Planning and Metrics

Team Velocity and Capacity

  • Tracking Progress to Inform Decision Making
  • Release Planning
  • Buildup & Burndown Graphs
  • Earned Value & Earned Business Value Metrics
  • The Product Owner and the Enterprise

Creating a Positive Scrum Environment

  • Tools for the Agile Project Manager
  • Multiple Projects and Large Projects
  • Scaling and Extending Scrum
  • Scaling Product Ownership

There is no right or wrong person to attend Scrum training. In fact, the most successful Agile adoptions have included training for everyone, right down to Finance and Sales staff.

Scrum Product Owner training is especially appropriate for anyone in the corporate structure dealing with rapidly changing demands and decision-making responsibilities. In a traditional organization, these roles might include:

  • Product Managers
  • Stakeholders
  • Functional Managers
  • C-Level Executives
  • Directors & VPs
  • Program Managers
  • Leadership Team
  • Project Managers
  • 2 Year Scrum Alliance Membership
  • 99% Exam Pass Rate
  • Free Scrum Study Guide
  • 14 Audit Proof PMI PDUs
  • Free Agile Tool Get to Done®
  • Accredited Training from Experts
  • Fun and Memorable Training Experience



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