Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO)

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The CSPO Certification Training is a two-day program that enables you to be an efficient Product Owner who can handle product backlog, help keep the priorities of the team straight, and cater to both stakeholders and developers.

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Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO)

Overview

This certification program will acquaint you with Scrum terminology, practices, and principles that enable you to fulfill the role of Product Owner on a Scrum team.

An efficient Scrum team needs a well-trained Certified Product Owner with the skills to make critical product decisions, facilitate communication between the stakeholders and developers, and steer product development in the right direction.

The CSPO Certification Training online course provides comprehensive knowledge around the roles and responsibilities of Product Owner, and helps you learn how to maximize ROI and add value to the organization.

With this certification program, you enhance the chances of ensuring shareholder satisfaction, timely delivery of the product, and gain an understanding of Scrum from the perspective of both the two sides.

Objectives

At the end of Certified Scrum Product Owner training course, participants will

  • Understand the basics of Scrum, Scrum flow, and the roles of a Product Owner
  • Learn to relay effectively the expectations of stakeholders to the developers
  • Be able to set the team’s pace and priorities efficiently
  • Lead the team in implementing Scrum and creating practical plans
  • Ensure faster delivery and improve ROI

Prerequisites

Participants should have basic knowledge of Agile.

Course Outline

Beginning with the Basics2021-11-12T20:14:49+05:30
  • The Scrum Framework: How it Operates
  • Scrum Rules, Regulations, and Features
  • Software Development Principles
  • Empirical Process Control
  • Work Culture Within Scrum
An Insight Into Scrum roles and responsibilities2021-11-12T20:16:21+05:30
  • Product Owner: A Detailed Understanding
  • Scrum Master: An Overview
  • The Development Team
  • Scrum and its Impact on Traditional Team Roles
Sprints2021-11-12T20:16:45+05:30
  • Role of Product Owner in a Sprint
  • The Collab Between Product Owner & Developers
  • Team commitment
  • Sprints And Why They Are Time-boxed and Protected
  • The Importance of a Sustainable Pace
What is Product Vision2021-11-12T20:17:25+05:30
  • Why is Product Vision Important?
  • How to Create An Effective Product Vision
  • Desired Qualities in The Vision
  • Shaping Product Vision: How-To
  • The Need For Prep Work
  • Vision & Product Roadmap
What is Estimating2021-11-12T20:17:52+05:30
  • Scrum: Its Different Estimation Levels
  • Accuracy Versus Precision
  • Separating Size and Duration Estimation
  • Expectations From The Team
  • Estimating versus Committing
Product Backlog2021-11-12T20:19:15+05:30
  • Understanding Product Backlog
  • Product Backlog Grooming
Prioritizing: An Important Skill2021-11-12T20:20:24+05:30
  • The Importance of Prioritizing in Product Backlog
  • Implications of Declaring Everything Mandatory
  • Whose Inputs Go In Prioritization Decisions
  • Factors Affecting Prioritization
  • A Formal Approach to Prioritizing
  • Adjusting The Sequence of Work With The Team
Release Management2021-11-12T20:21:19+05:30
  • Goals of Release Planning
  • Adaptive, Iterative & Collaborative Planning
  • Levels of Planning
  • Why Is Quality Frozen?
  • What Is Technical Debt
  • Benefits of Releasing Early & Frequently
  • Understanding & Measuring Velocity
  • Release Burndown Charts
  • Predicting the Future Using Release Plan
2022-01-23T18:51:34+05:30

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