Certified Scrum Product Owner

Certified Scrum Product Owner

Organization

Scrum Alliance, Inc.

  • Course

    Date: 1-2 July, 2009
    Location: Salt Lake City, UT, United States

    Regular Price: 1400

    The role of the product manager has been underrated by the agile community for years. Finally, some coherent techniques are appearing, from the product development mission statement to rapid stakeholder analysis to agile use case writing, story mapping and feature thinning.

     

    In this 2-day course, learn a simplified view of the underlying theory that allows an agile product management approach to get products to market faster, bring revenue in sooner, and tune the product to the market needs more quickly. This course is designed to fit with the Scrum methodology, so that product managers who have to interface with Scrum development teams can understand what to expect from the team and what is expected of them. Completing this course will allow you to get the Certified Scrum Product Owner certificate. For those who not interfacing with Scrum teams, the same techniques and thinking will assist in your conversations with your own development teams.

    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: 1-2 July, 2009
    Location: Salt Lake City, UT, United States

    Venue:
    University of Utah Guesthouse
    110 South Fort Douglas Boulevard
    Salt Lake City, UT 84113 United States
    http://www.universityguesthouse.com/

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    Regular Price: 1400

  • Agenda
    • Agile basics and why it works
    • The importance of the product mission statement
    • Rapid stakeholder-goal-metrics gathering
    • Context mapping
    • Abbreviated use case writing suited for agile projects
    • Two-dimensional storymapping
    • Feature selection for incremental releases
    • Learning to "trim the tail" on the product feature set
    • The Scrum product backlog and interfacing with a Scrum development team
  • Who Should Attend

    Anyone in charge of the product feature set, interested in working in the agile manner. This course is set for business-side attendees, although it is good if some development-side people attend to learn the ropes of product managment.