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.
After completing this course, attendees of this seminar will have the foundations for managing a Product Backlog, working with a Scrum Team to create high-quality software, and for using the Scrum framework to build and deliver the right software.
The learning objectives of this training are:
1- Describe the Scrum framework including process, meetings, and roles
2- How to write effectively and prioritize a good Product Backlog
3- How to do release planning of a project
4- How to manage key success factors.
16-17 Oct 2012
This course is provided with OutSofting China (www.outsofting.com).
Why this course?
Schedule: 2 consecutive days that start at 9:00am and end before 6:00pm with 3 breaks of 10 minutes and a 1 hour lunch break.
Please note that this course does not cover agile software engineering practices such as test-driven development and refactoring.
Course Reading Materials are sent by email to registered participants in PDF format. You are required to read these materials before the course starts.
What is Agile?
Scrum framework foundations.
The 3 Scrum roles
Product Owner, ScrumMaster and Team
Cross-responsibilities between ScrumMaster and Product Owner
The Product Owner Role
Creating the Product vision
Collaborating with Agile Teams
Business value driven thinking
Responsible of ROI
Writing User Stories
Understanding the needs
Defining acceptance criteria
Working with customers and stakeholders
Negotiation technique to maximize business value.
Product backlog (creation and management)
Estimating and Planning
Prioritization led by business value.
This course is for anyone wishing to learn about the role of the Scrum Product Owner, and to become a Certified Scrum Product Owner. It is appropriate for managers, team leads, project managers, business analysts and product managers.