Become a Certified Scrum Product Owner, and learn what it takes to play the role well from a leading expert on product ownership and Scrum. With more than ten years experience in teaching and coaching product owners, Roman knows exactly what new product owners need, and how practicing product owners can improve. He teaches this course as an interactive workshop using instructions and plenty of hands-on exercises.
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Scrum and Innovation
Traditional product management approaches vs. Scrum
The product lifecycle and Scrum
The Product Owner Role
Product owner, team and ScrumMaster: authority, responsibility and collaboration
Working with customers, users and other stakeholders
Scaling the product owner role: Product owner team and hierarchies; feature vs. component teams
The User Experience and the Product Features
Describing target users with their needs using personas
Capturing the user experience with user interface sketches, scenarios, and storyboards
Describing the product functionality with user stories
The Product Backlog
Understanding the product backlog including its DEEP characteristics
Employing the right product backlog grooming steps
Getting the high-priority stories ready
Exploring the Product Canvas as a backlog alternative
Choosing the right sprint goal
Validating the product in the sprint review meeting and understanding the project progress
Going beyond product demos: additional research and validation techniques
Understanding the Scrum release planning techniques
Estimating product backlog items and determining velocity
Using the release burndown chart to track and forecast the project progress
Product owners, product managers, business analysts, requirements engineers, UX designers, and project managers. Attendees should have a working knowledge of Scrum.
Start and End Times
Both days start at 9:00. The first day ends at 17:00 and the second day at 16:30.
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Following the successful completion of the course, each participant will be designated a Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO). There is no test or exam at the end of after the course. The certification includes a two-year membership with the Scrum Alliance, which gives you access to member–only material and information. For more information on the certification please visit the Scrum Alliance CSPO page.
The training course is taught as an instructor-led workshop with an appropriate mix of of lecture, discussion, hands-on exercises, and no PowerPoint slides. The training materials are developed by Roman and are exclusively used by him.
Reading the following resources will help participants prepare for the training:
- Roman Pichler. Agile Product Management with Scrum. 2010.
- Ken Schwaber. Scrum Guide.
PDUs and SEUs
Attending the course earns you PDUs toward the Project Management Institute’s PMI-ACP (Agile Certified Practitioner) designation and Scrum Educational Units (SEUs) eligible for the Certified Scrum Professional (CSP) of the Scrum Alliance.
Roman Pichler is a leading agile product management and Scrum expert, and the founder of Pichler Consulting. He has more than 10 years experience in training and coaching product managers and product owners, and a long track record in helping companies apply agile practices to achieve business success. Roman is the author of “Agile Product Management with Scrum”; he has created several powerful product management and UX tools, and he writes a popular blog for product owners and managers.