There are tremendous benefits to Agile Product Management in bringing successful products to life
Really enjoyed each hour of the class. Very well distributed across different topics. Specially covering not only Agile but also modern product development and management concepts like design thinking and human centered development
This Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) class is an interactive learning experience full of practical, real-world techniques and hands-on exercises. Learn in-depth the practices and tools to become an effective Product Owner and effectively execute your role within the Scrum framework.
The goal of the class is to empower you with the key mindset and tools to lead the development of new products in your organization. The trainers have worked in a variety of product management roles across industries that span Financial Services, Entertainment, E-Commerce, Web Development, Consulting, and Telecommunications. They share real life stories about product successes and failures, provide a practical perspective on the job that goes beyond theory, and offer insights on how to overcome typical obstacles in creating great products.
You will get an exclusive 2-year membership to the Scrum Alliance community
Share real life stories about product successes and failures, provide a practical perspective on the job that goes beyond theory.
Certification as Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) upon completion of the requisite training materials.
Book "Deliver Great Products that Customers Love" mailed to your home address.
Earn 16 Scrum Alliance SEUs/PDUs from which you can use for your future certifications from PMI and enhance your career.
1 FREE coaching session for support on becoming an effective Product Owner in your workplace for 6 months after class.
What is Agile? What is Scrum? Background, history, origin and benefits.
Definition and basic principles. Scrum values. Empirical process control. Framework vs methodology. Iterative and incremental process.
Product Owner, ScrumMaster, Developers. Responsibilities of the three Roles and interaction between them. Five Events of Scrum, three Artifacts and three Commitments
Practice customer segmentation, user personas, business value and create a product vision, roadmap and release plan
Validate your assumptions using practices such as design thinking, MVP, MMF and Wizard of oz techiques
Learn about product owner anti-patterns