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Certified Scrum Product Owner®, (CSPO®)

Private Coaching (LIVE ONLINE) for  Certified Scrum Product Owner®  from a Scrum Alliance Certified Agile Coach

WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND?

If you're someone who is comfortable with the “business side” of projects, you are probably the right person to become a Certified Scrum Product Owner® (CSPO®). While the ScrumMaster helps the Scrum Team work together to learn and implement Scrum, as a CSPO, you create the product vision, order the Product Backlog, and make sure the best possible job is done to delight the customer.

As a CSPO, you'll :

  • Expand  your career opportunities across all industry sectors adopting Agile practices
  • Maximize  the value of your team's work and resulting products
  • Learn  the foundation of Scrum and the scope of the Product Owner role
  • Engage  with a global community of agile practitioners committed to continuous improvement
  • Begin  your agile journey to your Certified Scrum Professional®-Product Owner (CSP-PO)

 

WHAT WILL YOU GET OUT FROM THIS COURSE:

We will have discussions around next categories and topics: 

  • Product Owner Core Competencies
    • Fundamentals of the Product Owner Role
    • Anti-patterns that might exist for Product Owners
    • Working with Stakeholders
      • How to Provide Transparency to stakeholders on progress toward goals
      • Techniques to engage stakeholders to gather information or insights
    • Product Ownership with Multiple Teams
  • Describing Purpose and Strategy
    • Creation of Product Vision
    • Planning Product release
    • How to choose an effective strategy
  • Understanding Customers and Users
    • Segmenting customers and users
    • How to prioritize between conflicting customer (or user) needs
  • Validating Product Assumptions
  • Working with the Product Backlog
    • Differentiating Outcome and Output
    • Defining Value
    • Creating and Refining Items

After completion you will be able to:

  • list at least three development practices that will help Scrum Teams deliver a high-quality Product Increment and reduce technical debt each Sprint
  • restate how facilitating, teaching, mentoring, and coaching are different.
  • apply at least one technique that could help resolve a challenge faced by a Scrum Team.
  • describe at least three situations in which the Scrum Master could serve the needs of the Scrum Team or organization through facilitation.
  • demonstrate at least three techniques for facilitating group decision-making.
  • describe at least one example of an organizational design change caused by adopting Scrum.
  • discuss why Scrum does not have a project manager and what happens to traditional project management activities.
  • describe at least three organizational impediments that can affect Scrum Teams.
  • discuss at least two ways that the Scrum Master assists the Scrum Team with impediments.
  • explain at least three ways the Scrum Master could support the Product Owner.
  • list at least two benefits that arise if a Product Owner participates in the Sprint Retrospective
  • define technical debt and explain the impact of accumulating technical debt.
  • identify possible violations of Scrum by a Product Owner or stakeholder who is applying excessive time pressure and illustrate how to address them
  • list at least three rights and five responsibilities of the Product Owner, Development Team and Scrum Master.
  • discuss at least two reasons why the Product Owner is a single person and not a group or a committee.
  • discuss how and why the Product Owner maintains authority over the product while working collaboratively with the Development Team and stakeholders.
  • list at least five characteristics of the Development Team.
  • give one example of how a Scrum Team will inspect and adapt and increase transparency at each of the Scrum events.
  • describe at least three responsibilities for the Development Team, Product Owner, and Scrum Master during Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum, Sprint Review, and Retrospective.
  • describe why the Sprint Goal does not change during a Sprint
  • define the outcome of every Sprint.
  • discuss at least three reasons why the increment must be brought to the current definition of ‘Done’ regardless of whether the Product Owner chooses to release the increment.
  • discuss the focus of the activities of the Product Owner and Development Team during the two topics of Sprint Planning: the ‘What’ and the ‘How.’
  • practice writing a Sprint Goal.
  • discuss at least three ways the Daily Scrum differs from a status meeting and why the various constraints exist to support the Development Team
  • describe at least two approaches to conduct a Sprint Retrospective.
  • identify at least three essential characteristics of the Product Backlog

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Product Owners, Product Managers, Architects, Business Analysts, Scrum Masters, Business stakeholders, Product development team members and Technical Managers.

!!!It is not 100% important to have an IT background, we will be talking about Products IN and OUT of the IT industry. We will also discuss how to apply Agile/Scrum to NON-IT companies and products 

WHEN and WHERE? 

No need to take a day off or cancel your plans, we built a special format that will allow you to get new knowledge by dedicating just  90 minutes on Saturday or Sunday. It will be a set of   ONLINE Coaching sessions with 25h in total at any convenient time for a group on Saturday or Sunday.

HOW?

We will be working in a small group (eight individuals maximum). You can join from anywhere in the world as each session is held over a video call.

 

TOTAL COST OF THE PROGRAM

  • Last Minute Registration (2 weeks before the event)   – 1350 USD.
  • Regular registration (2 month before the event)           – 950 USD
  • Early bird registration (3 month before the event)        – 750 USD

 

WHAT YOU WILL GET?

  • Certified Scrum Product Owner® certification through the Scrum Alliance
  • Access to Network with hundreds of other Agile Professionals
  • 16 Professional Development Units (PDUs) from the Project Management Institute (PMI)
  • 16 Scrum Education Units (SEUs) from the Scrum Alliance
CSPO Certified Scrum Product Owner

Agile

Certified ScrumMaster® (CSM)

Private Coaching (LIVE ONLINE) for Certified ScrumMaster® from a Scrum Alliance Certified Agile Coach