Certified Scrum Product Owner®

Certified Scrum Product Owner

Organization

SolutionsIQ

  • Course

    Date: 12-13 August, 2008
    Location: Seattle, WA, United States

    Regular Price: $1,200 per attendee

    Course Overview

    Scrum increases the emphasis on assessing and driving business value through close collaboration with the delivery team. The role of the Scrum Product Owner is critical to establishing the interaction between the business and the delivery team that is so critical to achieving improved productivity within an Agile organization. Product Owners who are fully capable of assuming this crucial role have the ability to guide the team and the process to gain the full benefit of Agile delivery. 

    SolutionsIQ Certified Scrum Product Owner Training is interactive and highly experiential — an ideal environment for adult learners. Participants gain practical tools and techniques to better engage with software delivery teams.

     “When our organization began to use Scrum, I knew we had a “Ferrari” for a process. After attending the Product Owner Training, I realized that we’ve been driving in first all this time, and that there are five additional gears!” – CEO Course Participant

    The SolutionsIQ Difference

    SolutionsIQ has proven expertise in applying Agile methodology to the development of cutting-edge software. Our Agile consulting practice grew organically out of our Agile development capability. Because Agile and Scrum are so much a part of the way SolutionsIQ operates, we have more Certified ScrumMasters and Certified Scrum Trainers than any other Agile consulting and training organization. Our Agile trainers and coaches are unique in the industry in that they continue as Agile practitioners working on client projects. Our consultants help organizations understand how to apply Agile through examples and real-world experiences, and our pragmatic approach allows participants to immediately leverage proven tools and techniques to boost performance.     

    Key Benefits

    Optimize the capabilities of the Product Owner and an Agile team will experience immediate benefits that lead to improved effectiveness and customer satisfaction as well as increased return on investment.

    • Boost Product Owner capabilities
    • Optimize Agile teams
    • Increase Scrum functionality
    • Enhance planning and scheduling
    • Gain practical, proven techniques
    • Improve estimating skills and results
    • Maximize delivery capabilities    
    • Reduce risk      
    • Improve ROI      
    • Leverage proven experience       
    • Obtain thought leader guidance and insight

    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: 12-13 August, 2008
    Location: Seattle, WA, United States

    Venue:
    The Harbor Club Seattle
    The Norton Building
    801 Second Ave., 17th Floor
    Seattle, WA 98104 United States
    http://www.harborclub.org/seattle.cfm

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    Regular Price: $1,200 per attendee

    Notes

    • Course contains multiple simulations, exercises and role plays
    • Breakfast, lunch and refreshments will be served daily
    • Complimentary parking is available both days
  • Agenda

    Agenda

    Certified Scrum Product Owners who attend this course will support their teams with practical tools and techniques that maximize return on investment and customer satisfaction. Training includes:

    • Scrum overview
    • Roles and responsibilities
    • Product backlog            
    • User stories      
    • Estimation and prioritization  
    • Acceptance criteria       
    • Working with teams      
    • Scaling            
    • Release planning and tracking    
    • External relationships    
    • Metrics and reporting

     

  • Who Should Attend

    Product Owners, Product Management, Business Analysts, ScrumMasters, Executive Management, Stakeholders