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CERTIFIED SCRUM PRODUCT OWNER (CSPO) – DES MOINES, IA

CERTIFIED SCRUM PRODUCT OWNER (CSPO) – DES MOINES, IA
Event on 2017-09-07 08:30:00
As Product Owner you have a crucial role in enabling the team through focus and feature flow, you have to balance all stakeholder needs and ensure a Maximum Return on Investment (ROI). This training teaches you all you need to know to successfully fill the role of Product Owner and will lead you to Scrum Alliance CSPO certification. This training is right for you, if: You are a Product manager or line manager, You want to maximize the benefits from Agile projects, You want to learn how to better prioritize and interface with Agile teams. At the end of the course you will achieve: Of the three Scrum roles – Team member, Scrum Master and Product Owner – the role of Product Owner is the most difficult one. Invigorating exercises, discussions and lecture will help you gain experience and skills as well as knowledge.After completing this 2-day training, YOU WILL KNOW: How to describe, manage and prioritize stakeholders, How to use techniques from agile user-experienced design such as persona's, and customer development methods from the lean startup, How to prioritize new product development, maintenance and non-software work, How to blend scrum with kanban and other lean methods, How to track and report outcomes, Techniques that focus product and technology on the same outcomes. HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE IN: Scrum and Agile fundamentals from the Products Owner's perspectives, Lean Startup techniques such as the lean canvas, Story writing and acceptance test driven methods to objectively express requirements, Focus development efforts on achieving business results, Using advanced techniques like story mapping and visual management systems for programs, Proven approaches like the trainer's portfolio alignment wall and Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe). YOU WILL HAVE THE SKILLS TO: Be an effective Product Owner, Articulate clear visions with measurable business objectives, Express requirements as testable outcomes, Plan releases and sprints, Scaling Scrum to program-levels efforts, Generate strong working relationship with development teams. Key Features: 2 full day training by certified and experience CST Scrum Alliance approved course manual CSPO certification 2 years memebership with Scrum Alliance 16 PDU’s / SEU’s certificate Curriculum: Scrum Basics  Understand the Scrum Flow, the core components of the Scrum framework, and the Scrum vocabulary Understand the principles/legs of empirical process control Understand the work culture Scrum creates Roles & Responsibilities Understand the scope of the Product Owner, ScrumMaster and the team role in detail Understand why there is no project manager and no agile product manager Product Vision Understand the importance of having the product vision as an overarching goal galvanizing the entire Scrum team Understand the desirable qualities of the vision and how it can be shaped Understand the importance of carrying out just enough prep work Understand the relationship between vision and product roadmap Estimating Understand the different estimation levels in Scrum Understand that the accuracy of an estimate is more important than the precision of the estimate Understand that estimates of size and duration can be done separately Understand the impact of pressuring team members to provide low estimates Understand the difference between estimating and committing Product Backlog Understand what the product backlog is, and what it is not Understand product backlog grooming Prioritizing Understand the importance and benefits of prioritizing the product backlog Understand the implications of saying everything is mandatory Understand who should have input into prioritization decisions Understand that proper prioritization of a product backlog is based on multiple factors Understand and know how to apply formal approaches to prioritizing (i.e. beyond just ‘gut feel’ or intuition) Understand how much latitude to give a team in adjusting the sequence of work Release Management Understand the goals and how tos of release planning Understand that planning is adaptive, iterative and collaborative Understand why quality is frozen and the concept of technical debt Understand why software should be released early and frequently Understand and measure velocity Understand release burndown charts Understand how a release plan can help predict the future Sprints Understand the product owner’s role in Scrum meetings, and how the Product Owner and Team collaborate Understand why sprints are timeboxed and protected Understand the concept of sustainable pace Understand team commitment Certification: On completion of the training, you will be registered as Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO), which includes a two-year membership of the Scrum Alliance where valuable material and information is available exclusively for its members.

at Staybridge Suites
6905 Lake Drive
Des Moines, United States

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