Professional Scrum Product Owner Training

About Scrum

 Scrum is the most popular agile lightweight framework that enables teams and organizations generate value through adaptive solutions in complex environment. Scrum is adaptive, repeatable and iterative process that equips teams and organizations with how to thrive in a world where change is the only constant. Scrum is easy to implement but hard to sustain, which is why going for professional training is very crucial for successful implementation. 

Course Overview

There are many myths and misconceptions about the role of the Product Owner. The accountabilities of the Product Owner, however, go well beyond managing the Product Backlog and writing User Stories. The Product Owner is pivotal to bridging business strategy and product execution in order to help the Scrum Team create valuable products.

In these two days class Participants will develop and solidify their knowledge of the Scrum framework and the accountabilities of being a Product Owner through instruction and team-based exercises. Participants learn techniques that they can use to help them overcome the challenges that are often encountered on a day-to-day basis. They will do this while learning better ways to work with the organization, stakeholders, customers and their team to provide maximum value in the product being delivered.

Course Learning Objectives

  • Increase business agility through the proper execution of the Product Owner role
  • Maximize the value delivered to the customer and organization respectively
  • Recognize the value of a product over project mindset
  • Learn how to bridge business strategy to product execution using Scrum
  • Understand that the Product Owner is an Agile Product Manager
  • Understand the Scrum Principles and Empiricism
  • Understand the Product Owner accountabilities on the Scrum Team
  • Learn how to align the team around the business strategy, product vision, Product Goal, and Sprint Goal
  • Find ways to effectively communicate the business strategy, product vision, and Product Goal
  • Learn techniques for Product Backlog Management, Release Management, and Forecasting
  • Identify metrics that can be used to track value creation, and successful product delivery
  • Discover techniques to interact with stakeholders, customers, and the members of the Scrum Team

Professional Scrum Product Owner Course Details

  • Agile manifestos and principles
  • Scrum framework; Values,Roles,Events, Artifacts, and commitment
  • Accountabilities of Product Owner
  • What to look for in a Product Owner
  • Vision, mission, and goal
  • Product roadmaps and story maps
  • Product scope and product backlog
  • User stories and Agile specifications
  • Prioritization techniques; MoSCoW & KANO
  • Product backlog refinement and splitting user stories
  • Relative Estimation and forecasting
  • Release planning
  • Measure and Grow techniques and practice.

There is no general prerequisite for this course.

However, the following would enhance the greater success of the training:

  • Knowledge of Project/product management with work experience.
  • Fundamental knowledge of Agile and Scrum.
  • Having worked in a scrum team or in close collaboration with Product owner.
  • Prior training in Agile/Scrum
  • Project Manager
  • Product Manager
  • Program Manager
  • Scrum Master to effectively master on how to coach and support PO.
  • Software Engineers/Developers
  • Business Analysis
  • Professional interested in Agile Product ownership career
  • It is a full 2days training.
  • 9am to 5pm. 16hours training with a lot practical and interactive workshops.
  • The course fee is $794.99 
  • See the details what is included in the course fees below.

The Professional Scrum Product Owner (PSPO) certification comes from 

The PSPO exam format is as follows:

Type: Multiple Choice Questions (True/False)
No. of Questions: 80
Exam Duration: 60 Mins
Passing Score: 85%
Language: English only

Cost: Included in your training cost.

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Watch this video from Henrik Kniberg for a glimpse of what PO accountabilities is all about.