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Certified Scrum Product Owner®

This highly interactive CSPO® certification training provides you with a fundamental understanding of Agile and Scrum, as well as the specific skills, behaviours, and mindset necessary to become a successful Certified Scrum Product Owner,® (CSPO). With this training, you will prioritise backlogs, effectively communicate with stakeholders, and use the Scrum framework to manage expectations and keep all parties informed.

  • Instructor-Led Training by a Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Trainer® (CST®)
  • Bring situational questions/concerns for discussion with your peers and input from the CST
  • Highly interactive activities

Du kommer lära dig att:

  • Become a Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO)
  • Follow Agile principles and the Scrum framework
  • Build and prioritise your value-driven product backlog
  • Breakdown epics and themes into actionable user stories
  • Develop positive stakeholder relationships

Learning Tree’s CSPO certification training course includes 13 hours of Instructor-Led Training by a Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Trainer (CST). This course will prepare you to become a successful Certified Product Owner and leader to your development team. You will learn to follow Agile principles, the Scrum Framework and apply effective leadership to ensure measurable project outcomes.

  • The Scrum Guide will be emailed to students for pre-course reading.
  • A Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) leads this course.
  • In-person, on-time attendance, and full participation is required for the CST to recommend you to the Scrum Alliance for certification.

Introducing Agile Principles

    • Defining Agile values and principles
    • Contrasting Waterfall and Agile product development philosophies
    • Confronting the challenges of adopting Agile
    • Creating a cross-functional team

Defining the Scrum Framework

Embracing scrum

    • Defining the core Scrum Framework
    • Core Scrum team, artifacts and ceremonies

Adapting traditional business process to Scrum

    • Applying core Scrum Values
    • Leveraging checks and balances

Scrum Ceremonies and Artifacts

Defining the core scrum artifacts

    • Creating the Product Backlog
    • Implementing the Sprint Backlog
    • Defining the Definition of Done
    • Developing potentially shippable product increment

 The core scrum ceremonies

    • Product Backlog
    • Sprint Planning meeting
    • Daily Scrum
    • Demonstrating products in Sprint Reviews
    • Participating in the Sprint Retrospective

Defining the Product Owner Role

Becoming accountable for product success

    • Holding the product vision and strategy
    • Integrating Agile and Waterfall Teams
    • Estimating product scope and delivery

Communicating throughout the organisation

    • Engaging Stakeholders, customers and end users in product development and delivery
    • Developing positive and strong working relationships with Scrum teams
    • Tracking, managing and communicating through the right Agile metrics

Building your Product Backlog

Creating a product vision

    • Leveraging your customers and users
    • Distinguishing between product vision and product strategy
    • Articulating clear and measurable outcomes
    • Validating and revising your product vision through research
    • Constructing a cover story or vision box

Building and refining the Product Backlog

    • Building the Product Backlog
    • Continuously refining and ordering the Product Backlog
    • Turning ideas into action

Prioritising the Product Backlog

    • Ranking Product Backlog item priority at the release, product and project level
    • Utilising MoSCoW and other prioritisation techniques
    • Applying the Pareto principle to release planning
    • Identifying high-priority items for sprint planning

Owning the Product Backlog

Developing the Product Backlog

    • Evolving product requirements with stakeholder engagement
    • Developing products with progressive elaboration
    • Decomposing epics, features and stories
    • Defining appropriate acceptance criteria

Refining the Product Backlog

    • Sizing user stories, features and epics
    • Estimating business value through relative measurement
    • Continually refining and reordering your Product Backlog

Developing a Product Roadmap

Planning for long-term product success

    • Comparing Agile product release strategies
    • Adapting to changing requirements
    • Focusing on continuous program, product/project improvement

Refining product delivery

    • Comparing iterative and incremental delivery
    • Releasing products with Minimal Marketable Features
    • Facilitating frequent product release


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