Certified Scrum Product Owner

Certified Scrum Product Owner

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  • Course

    Date: 25-26 February, 2009
    Location: Vancouver, BC, Canada

    Regular Price: $1395 USD

     

    Certified Product Owner Course


    Scrum is a simple, empirically based framework that has wide ranging implications. Key to the success of Scrum is the role of the Product Owner. The Product Owner is responsible for a project’s Return on Investment (ROI), guiding the Scrum team, and representing Customers as well as Business and Development staff. Strong Product Ownership is key to successful Scrum transformations.

    Learn the essentials of working as a Scrum Alliance Certified Product Owner (CSPO) in this two-day class. Danube’s CSPO equips participants with the knowledge of Scrum principles and practices necessary to succeed in this new paradigm. Participants can expect to learn how to establish and maintain a backlog and write stories with clear acceptance criteria. We will also discuss real-world organizational challenges such as managing distributed teams, managing large or multiple projects, release planning, and metrics.

    Food and refreshments are typically provided.

    About Danube

    Founded in Seattle in 2000, Danube Technologies, Inc. is a project success company, specializing in the improvement of management and engineering practices for software development organizations. A leader in Scrum transformation services, the company’s ScrumCORE™ team provides training, mentoring, and professional services to commercial and in-house development teams around the globe. With more than 90,000 licensed users, Danube is also the developer and publisher of the industry-leading Scrum lifecycle management tools ScrumWorks® Basic and ScrumWorks® Pro. ScrumWorks is used to manage the Scrum lifecycle for Global 2000 corporations including Adobe, Amazon.com, DICOM, GE, Hewlett Packard, Intuit, Lexus Nexus, Motorola, Oracle, and Sun Microsystems.

     

    Cancellation & Refresh Policy

    Full refunds are available up until 10 business days before the scheduled event date. Cancellations made within 10 business days of the event will be credited toward future events. However, no refunds will be issued. No refunds or credits will be available for "no-shows." Substitutions will be accepted at any time prior to commencement of the course.

    As an added value to course participants, Danube reserves two seats at each of its public courses for individuals who have already taken a course from Danube, but would like to take it a second time. This allows participants to brush up on their Scrum basics or attend a session led by a different Certified Scrum Trainer. The offer is provided on a first-come, first-served basis and must be used for the same course as the original (i.e., an individual who completed a CSM course may enroll in another CSM course, but not a Product Owner course). In addition, this offer is only available within the first six months following the original course, so please contact Danube as early as possible to reserve your seat.

    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: 25-26 February, 2009
    Location: Vancouver, BC, Canada

    Venue:
    Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre
    1088 Burrard Street
    Vancouver, BC V6Z 2R9 Canada
    http://www.sheratonvancouver.com

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    Regular Price: $1395 USD

  • Agenda

    Course topics include:


    - Scrum Flow
    - Agile Product Owner Role
    - The Product Backlog (Creation and Management)
    - Writing Stories
    - Planning and Estimation
    - Releasing Planning and Metrics
    - Working with the Customer
    - Models for Scaling Agile across Multiple Teams

  • Who Should Attend


    Please note that the instructor will assume participants possess an understanding of basic Scrum principles, practices, and terminology.