Organization

Tieturi

  • Course

    Date: 10-11 March, 2010
    Location: Helsinki, Finland

    Regular Price: 1400 eur

     

    Agile software development increases the productivity and quality of the software development and decreases its risks by improving personal collaboration between the people. Scrum is an iterative, incremental framework for developing any product or managing any work. It allows teams to deliver a potentially shippable set of functionality every iteration, providing the agility needed to respond to rapidly changing requirements.

    The Scrum framework constantly challenges its users to focus on improvement, and its Sprints provide the stability to address the ever-changing needs that occur in any project. This has led to Scrum becoming the most popular method in the world of agile software development.  


     

    Scrum Product Owners are in charge of building a system, creating a new product release, or any other complex business project. After the course the participants are familiar with the thinking and the framework of Scrum so that they can start their work as Scrum Product Owners. After successful completion of the course and the exam each participant will be designated a Certified Scrum Product Owner. The certification includes a one-year membership in the Scrum Alliance.

     

    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: 10-11 March, 2010
    Location: Helsinki, Finland

    Venue:
    Tieturi Oy
    Tammasaarenkatu 5
    Helsinki, 00180 Finland
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    Regular Price: 1400 eur

  • Agenda

     

    1st day

    8.45 Registration and coffee

    9.00 Expectations of the product owner

    • Agile manifesto, principles and practices

    • Iterative-incremental software development

    • Success stories

    • Pitfalls

    Scrum basics

    • Zen of scrum

    • Empirical process control

    • Timeboxes and artefacts

    • Scrum framework

    • Definition of done

    Roles and responsibilities

    • Product Owner

    • ScrumMaster

    • Self-organizing and self-managing team

    Product vision

    • Why do we need the product vision?

    • Qualities of the vision

    • Techniques to create the vision

    • Roadmaps

    Estimating

    • Multiple levels

    • Accuracy, precision, size, duration

    Product backlog

    • User stories

    • Augmenting user stories

    • Grooming the product backlog

     

    16.00 End of 1st day

     

     

    2nd day

    9.00 Prioritization

    • The right size for prioritization

    • Prioritization techniques

    • Risks and dependencies

    • Roles

    • Formal techniques

    Release management

    • Goal

    • Adaptive, iterative, collaborative

    • Technical debt

    • Release early and often

    • Release burndown chart

    • Release plan

    Sprints

    • Product Owner’s role

    • Product Owner in Scrum meetings

    • Working together

    • Commitments

    • Sprint termination

    Scrum in large projects

    • Enterprise level Scrum

    • Product owners’ team

    • Scrum in geographically distributed teams

    Scrum and organizations

    • Agile & lean organizations and agile governance

    • Contracts, subcontracting

    • Working with traditional organizations

    Summary

    16.00 End of course

     

  • Who Should Attend

    Scrum Product Owners, business owners, business analysts, customers, managers.