Certified Scrum Product Owner®

Certified Scrum Product Owner

Organization

Agile Coaching TeamGenius -- mmdevos@acm.org

Trainer

  • Course

    Date: 11-12 March, 2010
    Location: Tallinn, Estonia

    Regular Price: 990 EUR

    Learn the Scrum framework for an agile project and the essentials of working as a Product Owner. Through a fun mix of theoretical explanation, problem exploration and practical exercises, this 2-day course will equip attendees for their first Scrum project as Product Owner.

    Attendees will learn, through doing and questioning, about the key rights and responsibilities of being a Product Owner on a Scrum project.

    Your primary tool in Scrum is called a product backlog, a list of features you want developed, prioritised by value, cost, and risk. You use the product backlog to cause the most valuable functionality to be built first and to remove risk early in the project. As you watch the system take shape, you can restructure the product backlog to incorporate your insights or respond to changes in business conditions. You can also identify and cancel unsuccessful projects early, often within the first several months. The Certified Scrum Product Owner course equips you with what you need to achieve success with Scrum.

    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: 11-12 March, 2010
    Location: Tallinn, Estonia

    Venue:
    Meriton Grand Conference & Spa Hotels
    Paldiski mnt 4
    A.Adamsoni 31-5
    Tallinn, 10149 Estonia
    http://www.meritonhotels.com

    Get Directions

    Regular Price: 990 EUR

  • Agenda

    • Practical, project proven practices
    • How to contribute to writing useful product backlog items
    • Proven techniques for prioritising the product backlog
    • How to express acceptance criteria and work together with testers and developers
    • How to predict the delivery date of a project (or the features that will be complete by a given date) using velocity
    • Tips for managing the key variables influencing project success
    • Tips for managing and reporting to higher management (and what reports to expect from the team)
    • How to successfully scale the product owner role on large, multi–continent projects with team sizes in the hundreds
    • Tips and tricks from the instructor's ten–plus years of using Scrum in a wide variety of environments

  • Who Should Attend

    The target audience for this course consists of:

    • Potential or current Product Owners and project managers or Scrum teams lacking an effective Product Owner