During this two-day course, participants will have the opportunity to explore the most difficult role in Scrum – the Product Owner. Through exercises, discussions, and case-studies, participants will learn the fundamentals of Scrum as well as the responsibilities of the Product Owner. Topics addressed include techniques for developing a Product Vision, how to create, maintain and order a Product Backlog, how to identify user needs and an overview of sizing (estimating) in Scrum.
Upon completion of the course, all students will be eligible for the Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) certification from the Scrum Alliance. Attendees will also receive a two-year membership in the Scrum Alliance, an organization that provides valuable materials and resources exclusively to CSPOs.
This 2-day class is suitable for those practicing or looking to serve as a Product Owner, but is also highly valuable for anyone involved in Scrum (Formal Leaders, ScrumMasters, Team Members, Product Managers, etc.).
Course includes a 2-year subscription to Scrum Alliance.
- Scrum Values
- Scrum Theory
- Empirical Process vs. Defined Process
- Products vs. Projects
- The Building Blocks of Scrum
- Definition of Done
- Scrum Artifacts
- The Development Team
- Product Owner
- The Importance of the Product Vision
- Visioning Techniques
- User Stories
- Ordering the Product Backlog
- Why size?
- Effort vs. Duration
- Accuracy vs. Precision
- Sizing Techniques
- Answering the key questions of Product Development
The Product Owner and the Sprint
- Selecting a Sprint Duration
- The Sprint Events
Monitoring Progress toward a Goal