2 Day Training - Certified Scrum Product Owner ®

CSPO - Stockholm
Evelyn Tian Scrum Alliance Certified Trainer

CSPO-Certified scrum Product OwnerCertified Scrum Trainer® Evelyn Tian leads an intensive, two-day Certified Agile Product Owner Training.

This course is an introduction to Scrum and the principles and tools required to be an effective Scrum Product Owner. You will get a good understanding of the Scrum framework and the underlying principles required to make effective decisions regarding the application of the Scrum framework to different situations. Participants successfully completing this course earn a Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) designation. The ScrumAlliance certification includes a one-year membership in the ScrumAlliance.

Though each CSPO course varies depending on the instructor, all Certified Scrum Product Owner® courses focus on Scrum from a product owner’s perspective. Graduates will receive the CSPO designation. All CSPO courses are taught by Trainers approved by the Scrum Alliance.

Who this course is for

Whether you are a Product Owner, Portfolio Manager, Program Manager, Product Manager or Business Analyst or just responsible for defining product vision or requirements, this course is for you. Performance Focus Learning the Agile principles Scrum Overview Defining Scrum roles and responsibilities. Going over product backlog and user stories Estimating for planning Scaling Scrum.

 

Scrum Training

Training Overview

  • You will learn how to use the principles, practices, and tools required to be an effective Scrum Product Owner.
  • Make effective decisions regarding the application of the Scrum framework to different situations.
  • Setting product vision and goals Chartering the project Writing user stories and structuring your product backlog.
  • Scaling the Product Ownership.
  • Estimating for forward planning.
  • Applying prioritization techniques.
  • Planning and tracking release progress

Said about Evelyn’s Training

“The best two days of training I ever had.” —Sridhar

“A perfect insight into the Agile world.” —Smita

“Great actionable content.” —Jason

“Very personable and great delivery.” —Jennifer

“Delivering both ‘How to do it’ and ‘Why it works’ in a fun and enlightened way.” —Hugo

Contents of the Training

      • Introduction
      • Course structure
      • Course goals and objectivesGetting Started

      Agile Principles and Scrum Overview

        • Process control models
        • Incremental and iterative development
        • Shifting the focus on product management
        • Overview of the Scrum process
        • Agile principles
        • Lean principles

        Scrum Roles and Responsibilities

          • Scrum roles
          • Cross-functional teams
          • Product Owner Responsibilities
          • The Scrum Project Community
          • What happens to my traditional role in Scrum?

          Chartering the Project

          • Establishing a shared Vision
          • Elevator Statement
          • Data sheets
          • Product Vision Box
          • Magazine Review / Press Release

          Product Backlog and User Stories

          • Product uncertainty and progressive refinement
          • User role modeling
          • User Stories
          • Product backlog characteristics
          • Getting backlog items ready
          • Slicing User Stories
          • Using the product backlog to manage expectations

          Sprints

          • Done and Scaling Done
          • The Scrum process in detail
          • Sustainable pace
          • The Product Owners role in each of the Scrum meetings

          Scaling the Product Owner

          • Scaling Scrum
          • Approaches to scaling the Product Owner

          Estimation for Forward Planning

          • Why comparative estimation works
          • Planning Poker
          • Affinity Estimation

          Prioritization Techniques

          • Additional Product Backlog Prioritization Techniques
          • Kano Analysis
          • Theme Screening

          Release Planning and Tracking Progress

          • Velocity
          • Release Planning
          • Tracking release progress

          Summary

          • What did we learn, and how can we implement this in our work environments?

          Prerequisites

          Please read: Scrum Guide – Scrum Alliance

           

          About your Trainer Evelyn Tian

          Evelyn Tian Agile and Scrum TrainerEvelyn is a Certified Scrum Trainer approved by the Scrum Alliance. 

          She is an experienced coach and trainer with over twenty years of product development experience in product management, project management, system design, software design, system integration and customer support. She has worked with a variety of products and sectors, from telecom, e-commerce, finance, automobile and consumer services.

          • Scrum Alliance Certified Enterprise Coach (CEC)
          • Scrum Alliance Certified Agile Leadership Educator (CAL Educator)
          • Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Trainer (CST)

          As a Certified Scrum Trainer (CST), Evelyn uses accelerated learning techniques like Training From The Back Of The Room to teach the course content in brain-friendly ways that help you maximize learning experience and information retention.

          As a Certified Enterprise Coach (CEC) with over twenty years of product development experience, and solid hands-on experience as the head agile coach of Ericsson, Evelyn brings in years of coaching experience to the class, which helps the session to be more beneficial and practical.

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