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.
There’s a revolution sweeping the product development world: agile methods. Some Product Managers (sometimes called the Business Owner of the system, for internal systems) and development teams have been applying these practices for years, and they are now spreading worldwide, from London to Los Angeles.
In Scrum, the most popular agile method, a key role is Product Owner. This is a product management role with specific responsibilities in Scrum: responsible for the ROI, release date, release content, and choice of goals each Sprint. In this practical, information-and-tips-packed seminar you will learn the key ideas and practices of agile development, aimed at Product Managers and the Scrum Product Owner.
3-4 Dec 2012
- Why is the Product Manager role so central to Scrum and what will you do that’s new?
- Estimation, Release Planning and Scheduling Scrum Projects
- What is a Product Backlog? How to create and manage it?
- Driving business value with impact mapping
- Prioritizing the Product Backlog with attribute classes and weights
- Agile results mapping and management: a powerful new technique!
- Defining and comparing "value" with Impact Estimation Tables
- Looking outward to your market: The skillful Product Manager
- Kano model for customer satisfaction
- Kano model in Product Backlog categorization
- Ideation for Innovation: From TRIZ to Agile Innovation Games
- What do you pick for the next Sprint?
- How do you participate in planning a Sprint?
- How do you do evolutionary requirements?
- Agile and Iterative Methods
- The Engaged Product Manager/Business Owner on Agile Projects
- Fixed-Price, Fixed Time, Fixed Scope: Can You Have Your Cake and Eat it Too?
- Sprint definition of done
- Your role in the Sprint Review
- Helping your team
- Product Backlog grooming or refinement
- Adaptive Sprint Planning
- Tracking Progress in Scrum
- Your Role in Defining Automated Acceptance Tests
Those involved in product management.