Certified Scrum Product Owner®

with Lance Dacy, CST of Big Agile

Online
$850 - $850

Date And Time

October 15, 2020 8:30 AM - October 16, 2020 4:00 PM CT

Time Zone

CT

Refund Policy

Refunds offered up to 30 days prior to the event.

Daily Live Session Schedule:

  • 8:30AM-11:30AM CT (15 min break at 10:00AM CT)
  • 11:30AM-1:00PM CT (Lunch Break)
  • 1:00PM-4:00PM CT (15 min break at 2:30PM CT)

Video Session Schedule

In addition the live session schedule, video topics for each live session topic will need to be completed prior to the live session. The videos amount to about 4-5 hours and are in short 10-20 minute videos that you can watch at your leisure. They are however mandatory given the nature of the certification. More details will be provided on how to access and the recommended schedule for completing the videos.

Typical Agenda

Session 1 (Morning of Day 1)
Scrum Overview
The Product Owner Role

Session 2 (Afternoon of Day 1)

Product Visioning
Customers and Users

Session 3 (Morning of Day 2)

The Product Backlog
Story Mapping
Release Planning
User and Job Stories

Session 4 (Afternoon of Day 2)

Prioritizing with Stakeholders
Planning the Roadmap

Certified Scrum Product Owner®

One of the most important things to learn when practicing Scrum is how to build a great Product Backlog with your team. The Product Backlog is the tool that provides transparency to the team's work to ensure we optimize the business value delivered.

The Product Owner is accountable for managing the Product Backlog, however, Scrum is not very prescriptive over how the Product Owner manages the backlog. There are explicit rules however to keep in mind when deciding how to prioritize work for your team as well as validating their work during the sprints.

This workshop will fully immerse Product Owners to understand their role and responsibilities in Scrum. In addition, we will cover practical ways to apply the theory through team exercises and hands on learning with real examples.

At the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Comprehend the agile ideas and principles and how they apply to Scrum
  • Develop a clear project charter that inspires and motivates a team
  • Define the product backlog and transform epics and themes into actionable user stories
  • Apply a methodical approach for prioritizing items in the product backlog
  • Get a clear view of individual roles, responsibilities and how they interact
  • Produce accurate plans for fixed-scope and fixed-date projects using velocity ranges

Note: This workshop qualifies for the 14 PDU's with the PMI.