Date: 5-6 March, 2012
Location: Manila, Philippines
Regular Price: Php 50,000
Seats on this course are available. Please select the "Register Now" button on the right to register online.
About the Course
The Product Owner role is critical to maximising Return on Investment from agile projects and is one of the most challenging and rewarding agile roles. Many Product Owners come from business areas of the organisation and have limited familiarity with elements of software development, project management and agile methods that are critical to success in the Product Owner role. For these reasons, it is vitally important that Product Owners gain a solid understanding of their role and responsibilities as well as the knowledge, skills and tools to work effectively with Scrum teams.
- Two full days training with a highly experienced agile practitioner and trainer
- Printed handouts and worksheets
- Full catering during the course including morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea
- Certification as a Certified Scrum Product Owner for participants who successfully meet expectations during the course
- 2 years membership with the Scrum Alliance
- A letter of course completion that may be submitted to your employer and/or a professional body (PMI/ACS) for PDUs (available upon request)
This course is most suitable for Product Owners and staff assisting with requirements and their priority (e.g. Business Analysts and Subject Matter Experts), solution architecture (e.g. Solution Architects and Tech Leads), planning and coaching (e.g. ScrumMasters and Agile Coaches).
Part A: Scrum Framework
Story: "As a Product Owner, I want to understand the Scrum framework so that I can work in harmony with it."
- Introducing Scrum
- The Empirical Journey
- Team and ScrumMaster
- Product Owner Role
- Defining "Done"
- Undone Work Debt
Part B: Activities and Interaction
Story: "As a Product Owner, I want to known when and how I should interact with other participants so that I can keep on top of my day-to-day work."
- Product Backlog
- Constraint Stories
- Sprint Planning
- Sprint Review
- Scrum Values
Part C: Shaping the Product
Story: "As a Product Owner, I want to shape my product in an agile way to help ensure that we build the right thing."
- User Roles
- User Stories
- Story Mapping
Part D: Release Management
Story: "As a Product Owner, I want to manage releases using agile techniques to help me maximise Return on Investment."
- Release Planning
- Grooming the Product Backlog
- Agile Release Management
- Next Steps
What others are saying about courses from Rowan Bunning
“A great course. Excellent facilitation & presentation.”
- Project Manager, Workcover NSW
“Very insightful and enjoyable.”
- Analyst/Programmer, Agile Development Team, University of Sydney
"I thoroughly enjoyed the course and thanks for facilitating it in such an agile and participative way."
- Portfolio Manager at a large local council
"Thank you again for the trainings. I am now more confident running the Scrum projects at work."
- Project Manager, RedHat Asia Pacific
For more testimonials see: scrumwithstyle.com/testimonials
As the Scrum Alliance website says, “Students are expected to attend the CSM course with a working knowledge of Scrum. This knowledge can be obtained by reading books, articles, and web info about Scrum. Pre-reading material will provided approximately one week prior to the course.
Agile Product Management with Scrum: Creating Products that Customers Love by Roman Pichler, Addison-Wesley Professional, 2010.
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.