Certified Scrum Product Owner

Certified Scrum Product Owner

Organization

Lithespeed, LLC

  • Course

    Date: 19-20 November, 2008
    Location: Ithaca, NY, United States

    Regular Price: $1495.00


    This two-day Product Owner certification course provides everything you need to be an effective customer to a Scrum team. On completion, participants are registered as Certified Product Owners (CPOs), which includes a one-year membership in the Scrum Alliance, (www.scrumalliance.org) where valuable materials and information are available exclusively to CPOs.

    You will learn the essential concepts and tools of Scrum, differences between agile processes and traditional "waterfall" methodologies, and how your particular role as a business customer will change when interacting with Agile teams. Participants will learn how to effectively manage and prioritize product backlogs, plan releases and sprints, track and report progress, and scale Scrum to program-level efforts.

    This course is taught by leading Agile practitioners with decades of real-world industry experience at companies ranging from small businesses to the Fortune 100. Exercises, demonstrations, facilitated discussions, case studies, tool and template examples and more are interwoven throughout the course to illustrate the principles being taught in a comprehensive fashion interactively tailored to each class’s particular needs.

    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: 19-20 November, 2008
    Location: Ithaca, NY, United States

    Venue:
    Cornell University
    TBD
    Ithaca, NY 14850 United States
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    Regular Price: $1495.00

  • Agenda

    Introduction to Agile

    A Case for Change
    Scrum Process Overview
    Agile Planning Overview
    Agile Estimation

     

    Aligning Project Goals & Customer Needs

    Discovering Key Customer Outcomes
    Defining Target Market & Audiences
    Grouping Key Customer Outcomes into Releases

     

    Communicating with the Team

    Interacting with the Team
    User Stories
    Use Cases, Scenarios & Storyboards
    Product Backlog
    Sprint  Backlog
    Burndown Chart
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    Tracking & Reporting Progress

    Reporting Progress
    Stakeholder Management
    Feedback Loops
     
    The Product Owner in Scrum
    Discovery Sessions
    Release Planning
    Sprint Planning
    Sprint
    Daily Scrum
    Sprint Review
    Sprint Retrospective
     
    Scaling & Growing Scrum
     Picking Pilot Projects
    Resource & Portfolio Management
    Distributed Delivery
     
    BONUS: Getting the Most Out of Scrum
    Agile Contracts
    Shared Workspaces
    The Agile Game

  • Who Should Attend
    Product and Line Managers, Project Managers, Developers, Testers, Business Analysts; and anyone interested in learning more about Scrum and agile methods.