Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) – Feb 2018

  • February 10, 2018 - February 11, 2018
    9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Certified Scrum Product Owner Training

The Scrum agile development process is popular because it increases a project’s chance of
success by emphasizing periodic guidance, frequent inspections, and the ability to make
changes as the project progresses.

Participants will learn to use a prioritized list of features called a product backlog to drive a
Scrum project. In addition, participants will be taught proven ways to work as a liaison between
the project team and the customer or users, as well as how to plan and make customer
commitments. Additionally, learn tips and tricks from the instructor’s seventeen years of using
Scrum in a wide variety of environments.

Who Should Attend

  • Current Product Owners or newly appointed Product Owners
  • Business Analysts or Requirement Engineers gathering requirements for software development
  • Managers responsible for software development
  • Project managers responsible for software development projects

Learning Outcomes

Using a combination of interactive presentations, problem-solving exercises, and team
structured simulations, the experiential workshop enables participants to:

  • Practical, project-proven practices
  • How to develop and maintain a highly useful, prioritized product backlog
  • How to create a product roadmap and release plan
  • How to use velocity to predict delivery dates of features and projects

Method Used

Lecturing is kept to the minimum necessary. A participative approach is used to enable learning by discovery.



What’s Included

  • 2-year membership in Scrum Alliance
  • Listing as a Certified Scrum Product Owner on the Scrum Alliance website
  • Class materials, resources, and references
  • Eligible for 14 ScrumAlliance SEUs
  • Eligible for 14 PMI PDU
  • Catered breakfast, lunch and snacks

Course Outline

  • Overview of Scrum
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Characteristics of a PO
  • Product Vision
  • Chartering the Project
  • Product Discovery
  • Product Backlog Management
  • Writing User Stories
  • Estimating
  • Prioritizing
  • Product Roadmap & Release Planning
  • User Story Mapping
  • Sprints
  • Tracking Progress



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