Certified Scrum Product Owner
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.
Learn the essentials of working as a Product Owner in this two-day class.
Scrum is a simple but powerful agile management framework. Key to its success is the role of the Product Owner: The Product Owner steers and guides the Scrum project, bridges the gap between end customers, business and development/IT and is responsible for the return on investment (ROI). The Product Owner combines the traditional project manager and the product manager roles in one person.
This two-day interactive Scrum Product Owner course equips you with all you need to know about being an effective Product Owner. At the end of the class, you will understand how you can leverage Scrum to optimize value creation and customer satisfaction. You will be able to create a realistic release plan, stock the product backlog, write user stories and refine requirements. You will also know how you can increase productivity, level the workload, and steer the project proactively.
In addition, please note that this course leads to 16 Professional Development Units (PDUs) as approved by the PMI.
This course has been certified by the Scrum Alliance. Successful completion of this course leads to delegates obtaining the Certified Scrum Product Owner certification as authorised by the Scrum Alliance. In addition, delegates receive 2 years' free membership to the Scrum Alliance.
2-3 Dec 2010
· Agile Values, Scrum Benefits and Origins
· Scrum and Change
· Companies Using Scrum
Scrum Process and Roles
· Scrum Flow
· Scrum Roles: Product Owner, Team, ScrumMaster
· Product Owner Characteristics
· A Day in the Life of the Product Owner
· The Product Owner as the Voice of the Customer and Value Stream Manager
· Understanding the Customer
· The Product Vision
· The Product Backlog
· Determining the Release Scope
· Stocking the Product Backlog
· Prioritizing the Product Backlog
· Refining the Product Backlog
· User Stories on the Product Backlog
· Sustainable Pace
· The Project Levers
· Defining and Communicating Project Success
· Release Management Strategies
· Estimating Product Backlog Items Using Story Points and Planning Poker
· Choosing the Sprint Length and Determining Velocity
· Creating the Release Plan
· Tracking the Project Progress
· Sprint Workflow and Characteristics
· Formulating Powerful Sprint Goals
· Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum, Sprint Review and Retrospective
· Understanding the Sprint Progress
· The Planning Onion
· Why Portfolio Management Matters
· Levelling the Demand
· Portfolio Management Steps
· The Portfolio Bubble Chart
Large and Distributed Scrum Projects
· Brook’s Law
· Organic Growth and Conway’s Law
· Master Product Backlog and the Product Owner Team
· Team Set-up
· Multi-team Planning and Coordination
· Shared Norms and Assets
Distributed Scrum Project Tips
Product managers, innovation managers, business analysts, project managers of Scrum Masters who like to deepen their understanding of the Product Owner role and related practices.