Duration: 2 days
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge or experience with Scrum or agile
Required Reading: Scrum 101: A Pocket Guide
Outcome: CSPO certification
- Agility: Values and Principles
- Agile Framework: Roles, Artifacts, and Ceremonies
- Problems and Solutions
- Stakeholders and Users
- Needs and Features
- Assumptions, Dependencies, and Constraints
- Other Requirements
- Releases and Milestones
- Elements and Dependencies
Working with User Roles, User Stories, and Acceptance Tests
- Understanding Context and Users
- User Stories and Gathering Techniques
- INVEST in Good Stories
- Acceptance Tests and Detailing User Stories
- The Product Owner in the Enterprise
Course Goals and Objectives
- Create compelling visions and actionable roadmapping
- Use three roles, three ceremonies, and three artifacts to manage the flow of work
- Work with user roles, user stories, and acceptance tests
What you get…
- Engaging Scrum training from a leading industry expert with years of practical experience
- Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) designation upon successful completion of the 2 day course
- Certification by the Scrum Alliance as a Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO)
- Two (2) year membership to the Scrum Alliance ($50 value)
- PMP’s – 14 PDU’s from PMI® upon completion of this course.
- An introduction to the latest thinking about scrum, which we call ScrumH.
- Free download of Scrum 101 the e-Book. Get the introductory scoop on Scrum. Learn the basics on Scrum roles, events and artifacts.
- Refreshments and lunch served both days
- Course kit includes a color workbook/reference guide, sprint planning cards, and job aids
Discover ScrumH, the scale-ready extension of Scrum.
Why Attend 3Back’s Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) Training?
- Delivered by industry leading experts
- Sharpen essential Scrum and agile skills
- Discover the impact of how agile/scrum works
- Earn Your Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) designation from the Scrum Alliance.
- We make training fun and provide lunch
Who Should Attend
This course is suited for people–
- Representing the needs of users and customers in development of agile products
- Facing complex product/project development efforts on all levels of the corporate structure dealing with rapidly changing demands and complex efforts
- Project Managers, Product Managers, Architects, Analysts, Developers, Testers,
- Operations, Sales and Support Team Members
- Directors, Managers and Executives (CIO’S, CTO’s, CMO’s, and CEO’s)
Why a Scrum Product Owner
- Product Owners hold a key role in delivering and developing complex products.
- Managing the feature work of a story is a critical Product Owner skill.
- Adapting between an outward and an inward facing product development vision is the key to success.
High Quality Training from Top Scrum Experts at 3Back
- Delivered by leading Scrum trainers in the US
- Training utilizing modern adult learning practices
- Robust simulations and relevant Scrum applications
- Although this is an introductory class, it is strongly recommended that students have a basic understanding of Scrum and Agile concepts.
- To enhance your basic knowledge in advance of the course, consider reviewing some of the following resources on exploringscrum.com and blog.3back.com
- Practical agile or Scrum experience.
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Optional Reading for the Course
by Dan Rawsthorne and Doug ShimpThis book takes a deep, exploratory, look into the Scrum framework, and offers advice about how to think about it, and how to use it. Some of this advice is philosophical, some is pragmatic, some is practical, and some of it is controversial. This book is not an introductory text.