Our two day Certified Scrum Product Owner provides you with in-depth learning of scrum theory and practice, delivered by a Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Trainer ensuring quality deliverables.
The product owner represents the product's stakeholders and the voice of the customer; and is accountable for ensuring that the team delivers value to the business. The product owner writes customer-centric items (typically user stories), prioritizes them based on importance and dependencies, and adds them to the product back log. Scrum teams should have one product owner. This role should not be combined with that of the scrum master. The product owner should focus on the business side of product development and spend the majority of their time liaising with stakeholders and should not dictate how the team reaches a technical solution.
Designing valuable products, ensuring the priorities & productivity for organisation is a chief role as a PO. If a PO fails in channelizing the above roles and responsibility, the fate of the project is also doomed. It is essential for any product owner to recognize the process in which the roles and tram work together for the success of the project.
We provide a unique, interceptive, collaborating Certified Scrum Product Owner(CSPO) Workshop. This workshop will not only guide, but also easy insights of the processes in depth. CSPO training offers a practical understanding of the Scrum processes. This will enhance the knowledge and skills for application of Scrum in projects.
Our scrum coaches and trainers have been guiding product owners in their journey of product development processes to find the answers to all their what’s and why’s. This workshop will ensure all the trainee to recognize and interpret a progressive ideology for educating in a systematic way.
CSPO Course Agenda varies according to the CST delivering the training, and can vary slightly from the Agenda listed below.
Understand the Scrum Flow, the core components of the Scrum framework, and the Scrum vocabulary
Understand the principles/legs of empirical process control
Understand the work culture Scrum creates
Roles & Responsibilities
Understand the scope of the Product Owner, ScrumMaster and the team role in detail
Understand why there is no project manager and no agile product manager
Understand what the product backlog is, and what it is not
Understand product backlog grooming
Understand the product owners role in Scrum meetings, and how the Product Owner and Team collaborate
Understand why sprints are timeboxed and protected
Understand the concept of sustainable pace Understand team commitment
Understand the importance and benefits of prioritizing the product backlog
Understand the implications of saying everything is mandatory
Understand who should have input into prioritization decisions
Understand that proper prioritization of a product backlog is based on multiple factors
Understand and know how to apply formal approaches to prioritizing (i.e. beyond just ‘gut feel’ or intuition)
Understand how much latitude to give a team in adjusting the sequence of work
Understand the goals and know how of release planning
Understand that planning is adaptive, iterative and collaborative
Understand why quality is frozen and the concept of technical debt
Understand why software should be released early and frequently
Understand and measure velocity
Understand release burndown charts
Understand how a release plan can help predict the future
Understand the different estimation levels in Scrum
Understand that the accuracy of an estimate is more important than the precision of the estimate
Understand that estimates of size and duration can be done separately
Understand the impact of pressuring team members to provide low estimates
Understand the difference between estimating and committing
Understand the importance of having the product vision as an overarching goal galvanizing the entire Scrum team
Understand the desirable qualities of the vision and how it can be shaped
Understand the importance of carrying out just enough prep work
Understand the relationship between vision and product roadmap
Our Certified Scrum Product Owner Training will guide you in:
Practical Project-Proven Practices.
Marking user sections for the scrum product.
Proven methods for prioritizing the scrum product backlog.
Identify the transfer date of a project using velocity.
Guidelines for handling the key variables in employing project success.
Briefs and techniques of using Scrum in a wide array of environments.
Benefits through Scrum Alliance membership:
Through this membership you can join local user groups, online social networks, gain access to deep discounts on gatherings, and additional member-only resources. In addition, CSPOs can use a specially designed logo to highlight their credentials.
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