- Those filling the Scrum Product Owner or Agile Customer role.
- The extended team of people supporting the product owner to identify and describe what to build.
- The people responsible for supporting effective process in their organisation.
While there may be a single person who has final say about product strategy and direction, it takes a product team to make sense of the requests, requirements, research, and hunches that lead to good product decisions. It takes a team to design and describe a product solution, and to validate that solution before, during, and after the delivery of working software. Lots of traditional roles act as part of a holistic product team including:
- Product Managers.
- Program Managers.
- Business Analysts.
- User Experience (UX) Practitioners.
- Architects and senior developers.
- QA and testers.
It takes focused attention to how we work to build great products. Those responsible for process health and improvement will get value from the in-depth understanding of product ownership. Those roles include:
- Scrum Masters and Agile Coaches.
- Project Managers.
- Process improvement specialists.
Some understanding of Scrum and Agile practices would be beneficial.
- Understand the responsibilities of product ownership along with process and practices that help them fulfil those responsibilities.
- Learn and practice new techniques for creating and prioritising the product backlog and envisioning the product.
- Understand how to engage in product ownership by leveraging a product team and collaboration with the whole team, users and stakeholders.
- Leave with a healthy understanding of what it takes to create successful products.
Automatic Scrum Product Owner Certification
To receive the certification, you need only attend the course. Participant's names will be registered with the Scrum Alliance where their status will be maintained and publicly visible.
This course contains all the necessary instruction to qualify participants to become Certified Scrum Product Owners (CSPO). The certification is given and the status maintained by the Scrum Alliance (www.scrumalliance.org). This certification is the first step in a series of Scrum certifications.
||Your trainer, Jeff Patton, is a Certified Scrum Trainer, and winner of the Agile Alliance's 2007 Gordon Pask Award for contributions to Agile Development from the
Members of the PMI (Project Management Institute), and IIBA (International Institute of Business Analysis) may also register for 14 PDUs (Professional Development Units) of credit for attending this course.