Certified Scrum Product Owner

Certified Scrum Product Owner

Organization

Agile Coaching TeamGenius -- mmdevos@acm.org

Trainer

  • Course

    Date: 10-12 June, 2009
    Location: London, United Kingdom

    Regular Price: 1250

    Successful Scrum project delivery relies on all members of the Scrum team to understand each other’s roles and responsibilities and ensuring that they work together as a self-organising team to meet the project objectives on time and within budget.

    In this special 3-day workshop authored and delivered by Scrum and Agile Project Management expert Martine Devos, attendees will learn about the role of both the Scrum Master and the Scrum Product Owner and how people in these roles work together to deliver successful agile projects. The course is therefore aimed at attendees that will be taking on either role or those that would benefit from Martine’s expertise in helping them decide which role they would be most suited to within their organisation’s development team.

    Martine's interest, research and experience has focused on planning and estimation techniques and as such this workshop covers Agile Estimation and Planning techniques in particular depth.

    The course is highly interactive with plenty of opportunity to gain practical experience through a number of team games and exercises compiled and facilitated by Martine. The 3 days special allows her to provide both roles with the topics to gain the Certification and add enough time to offer the chance to apply these skills within a project exercises where the Scrum Masters, Scrum Product Owners (and teams) can see how they can work together effectively. Martine will mentor the teams to ensure that they leave the workshop confident and ready to apply their new skills!

    Successful completion of this course will lead to the delegate being certified by the Scrum Alliance as either a Certified Scrum Master (CSM) or Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO). At the end of the course, after exploring both the CSM and CSPO roles in depth, you will choose which certification you would like to have. Certification benefits include a year’s free membership to the Scrum Alliance with access to exclusive information plus the authorisation to use the Scrum Alliance member logo.

    Delegates will also receive a copy of Agile Estimation and Planning during the course. In addition, please note that this course leads to 21 Professional Development Units (PDUs) as approved by the PMI (Project Management Institute)

    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: 10-12 June, 2009
    Location: London, United Kingdom

    Venue:
    Skills Matter
    1 Sekforde St
    London, EC1R 0BE United Kingdom
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    Regular Price: 1250

  • Agenda
    General (re-usable) introduction to Scrum and Agile
    • Origin of scrum and agile
    • Scrum Flow
    • (planning, tracking, improving)
    Scrum Process and Roles
    • Scrum Roles: ScrumMaster, Product Owner, Team
    • The ScrumMaster Role – scrummaster or PM?
    • Levels of Mastership
    • The Product Owner as the Voice of the Customer and Value Stream Manager
    • The Role of the Team including Team Dynamics, Team Norms and the Visual Workplace
    • Functional teams
    • Producing Potentially shippable product (done)
    • Other roles and responsibilities (project manager, team lead, architect, functional managers...)
    Agile Estimation and Planning – special motivational intro
    • Planning levels and time horizon
    • Estimation, accuracy and precision
    Why does scrum work?
    • Does agile work?
    • Why does it work?
    • Working within constraints and with obstacles Feedback cycles and learning – Inspect and Adapt
    • Iterative-incremental Software Development
    • Time Boxes and deciding length of sprints
    • Risk reduction and Value optimization
    Scrum Process and Roles
    • Scrum Flow
    • Scrum Roles: ScrumMaster, Product Owner, Team
    • Functional teams
    • Producing Potentially shippeable product
    • Acceptance Criteria
    • Testing
    • Other roles and responsibilities
    A Day in the Life of the ScrumMaster and Product Owner
    • The ScrumMaster Role including Conflict Management, Appraisals and Appointing the ScrumMaster
    • The Product Owner as the Voice of the Customer and Value Stream Manager
    • The Role of the Team including Team Dynamics, Team Norms and the Visual Workplace
    • The Role of Project Managers and Functional Managers in Scrum
    Requirements
    • Understanding the Customer
    • Sustainable development and Technical debt
    • Product Vision
    • The Product Backlog
    • Determining the Release Scope
    • Stocking the Product Backlog
    • Prioritization Techniques
    • Refining the Product Backlog
    • User Stories on the Product Backlog
    Working with Backlogs (Release and Sprint)
    • Sustainable Pace
    • The Project Levers
    • Defining and Communicating Project Success
    • Release Management Strategies
    • Estimation and Planning, Product Backlog Items Using Story Points and Planning Poker
    • Determining Velocity
    • Creating the Release Plan with Velocity and Points estimation
    • Alternatives to Points – pros and cons
    • Tracking the Project Progress
    • Change
    Reporting at both product and sprint level
    • Quality
    • Velocity
    • Work in progress
    • Value
    • Opportunities for improvement
    Sprint Management
    • Sprint Workflow and Characteristics
    • Formulating Powerful Sprint Goals
    • Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum, Sprint Review and Retrospective
    • Sprint Estimation and Planning
    • Daily Scrum (and improving meetings)
    • Understanding the Sprint Progress
    • Sprint Reporting
    Scrum in larger organisations
    • The Planning Onion
    • Levelling the Demand
    • Lean and Waste
    • Multi-team Planning and Coordination
    • Shared Norms and Assets
    • Dependencies
    • Maintenance
    • Distributed Scrum Project Tips
    • Contracts, Milestones, assessments and governance
    Getting Started in Scrum
    • The Nature of Change
    • Scrum Adoption Stages
    • Change Practices including the Enterprise Transition Team and the Transition Product Backlog
  • Who Should Attend

    If you're a Project Manager, Team Leader, IT/development manager, Product manager, Business analyst, Architect or developer interested in applying Scrum to maximise value creation, improve customer and employee satisfaction as well as engineering practices and tools. In addition the course is ideal for anyone wishing to gain a full understanding of both the ScrumMaster & Scrum Product Owner role on a software project and wishing to gain both practical skills and certification.

    Bring your ScrumMaster or your Product Owner to this course and experience working together in a fun, informative, interactive setting. Not sure yet if you want to be a PO or SM? This course will help you decide - and let you walk away with either certification!! This is especially useful for product managers, business analysts, and project/program managers who are not sure where they fit into the Agile and Scrum picture….