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.
This two-day certified course will cover the roles and responsibilities of a Scrum Product Owner with the intention of helping Product Owners get the best out of a Scrum project.
Learn the Scrum framework for an agile project and the essentials of working as a Product Owner. Through a fun mix of theoretical explanation, problem exploration and practical exercises, this 2-day course will equip attendees for their first Scrum project as Product Owner.
Attendees will learn, through doing and questioning, about the key rights and responsibilities of being a Product Owner on a Scrum project. The course will cover how to effectively set project direction for an agile team and enable the team to deliver maximum business value early and regularly. They will also learn that, despite being a simple framework, it is deceptively simple in that Scrum requires discipline and hard work to be effective.
Each aspect of the Scrum framework is explained in terms of its principles, its relation to the rest of the framework and is supplemented with stories of real-life examples while also giving the attendees the opportunity to explore the concepts in fun, practical case-studies.
Questions and conversations are encouraged throughout and there is also a dedicated Q&A session to explore the concerns and practical queries.
26-27 Apr 2012
The core agenda of a Certified Scrum Product Owner course is set by the Scrum Alliance and will cover all of the aspects of the Scrum framework and lifecycle. These elements will be augmented by the individual trainer's experiences and specific areas of interest can be accommodated so please contact us. A standard agenda would look like:
What is Scrum?
The Product Backlog
Aspects of a Scrum Team
The Daily Scrum
Scrum Portfolio Management
Reporting & Managing a Release
Potential or current Product Owners and Project managers or Scrum teams lacking an effective Product Owner