Certified Scrum Product Owner®

From Business case to Implementation

Organization

Innovel, LLC

Trainer

  • Course

    Date: 21-22 February, 2011
    Location: Ghent, Belgium

    Regular Price: 1350 Euros

    How do you go from the product vision to a product backlog? This
    interactive course teaches you the essential knowledge to work as a
    Product Owner in Scrum.

    The Product Owner creates the product vision, sets the product goal
    and leads the effort to transform the vision into a successful
    product. The Product Owner steers and guides the Scrum team, bridges
    the gap between customers, business and development, and is
    responsible for reaching the product goal and return on investment
    (ROI).

    Through simulations, workshops and exercises, you will learn how you
    can leverage Scrum to optimize value creation and customer
    satisfaction. You will learn how to create a product vision, create
    and manage the product backlog, prioritize the product backlog,
    create a realistic release plan, and progressively refine
    requirements. As a Product Owner, your responsibility is to ensure
    value is delivered early and often. This course will provide you the
    knowledge and understanding to support, advocate and implement
    incremental product delivery.

    Scrum transforms the way work gets done, and the Product Owner plays
    a key role in transforming the business to support regular delivery
    of value to your customers.

    Though each CSPO course varies depending on the instructor, all Certified Scrum Product Owner® courses focus on Scrum from a product owner's perspective. Graduates will receive the CSPO designation. All CSPO course are taught by Certified Scrum Trainers.

  • Details

    Date: 21-22 February, 2011
    Location: Ghent, Belgium

    Venue:
    NH Belfort
    Hoogpoort 63
    Ghent, 9000 Belgium
    http://www.nh-hotels.com

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    Regular Price: 1350 Euros

  • Agenda

    Overview

    • Lean Agile and Scrum
    • Lean Overview
    • Agile Principles
    • What is Scrum?

     

    Business Case to Product Backlog

    • Creating Product Goals
    • Case study and simulation
    • Writing User Stories
    • Estimation and planning
    • Paper Prototyping and User Interaction
    • Prioritization Techniques
    • Organization & Delivery Models
    • Getting to Done   

     

  • Who Should Attend

    Professionals interested in Agile prioritizing, planning and estimating techniques, including:

    • Product Owners
    • Product Managers
    • Scrum Masters
    • Business Analysts