Certified Scrum product owner (CSpo)
Why is this course important?
Many teams and organisations are adopting Scrum to dramatically improve their ability to create products and services. However, Agile teams need to be shaping and delivering the “right” outcomes for their users, customers and business stakeholders. The Product Owner is a critical piece of this puzzle and at the heart of every successful Scrum team.
This Certified Scrum Product Owner course provides an introduction to the fundamental principles and practices of Agile and Scrum and then focuses on how to shape a product or solution and collaborate effectively with Scrum teams.
- An introduction to Agile and Scrum.
- Scrum Roles.
- Product Vision and Roadmaps.
- Stakeholder engagement.
- Building and maintaining the Product Backlog.
- Backlog ordering to maximising value.
- Estimation and Release Planning.
- Scrum Team and Product Owner collaboration.
- Progress tracking and forecasting.
Whether you are a Product Owner, Portfolio Manager, Program Manager, Product Manager or Business Analyst or just responsible for defining product vision or requirements this course is for you.
Following successful completion of the course, each participant will become a Certified Scrum Product Owner (certification fee is included in the course fee).
There is no exam for this course, full attendance and completion of the group exercises are the only prerequisites for certification.
This certification includes a two year membership in the Scrum Alliance, where additional member-only material and information is available.
There will be a total of 16 hours class time (Including breaks).
Although best known for my long association with Scrum, I love everything Lean, Agile and Kanban. I get a buzz out of catalysing new ideas, collaboration, creativity and innovation to engage the full potential of teams and leadership. I am a member of the TAC (Trainer Approval Community) for the Scrum Alliance and a collaborator on a Scaling Principles & Practices initiative.
Away from work, I try and squeeze in way too many sports and hobbies: road cycling up mountains, trail running with my dog, sailing, skiing, diving and lots of DIY projects!
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