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If you want to become a Certified Scrum Product Owner — and have fun along the way — this is the course for you. We’ve learned what it takes to be effective in any training environment.View Upcoming Courses
The Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) course is an interactive class introducing the concepts of Agile business leadership using the Scrum framework. This is an important first step in the journey towards a more adaptive form of business leadership focused on the business outcomes that matter so you can satisfy the needs of the customers and users.
The activities, tools, and techniques covered in this workshop will enable you to grow revenue, boost innovation, and increase customer satisfaction while delivering and sustaining a high quality product. The Live Online edition of this course includes:
Upon completion of this two-day training, you will be designated a Certified Scrum Product Owner by the Scrum Alliance® and receive a two-year membership with the Scrum Alliance.
Session 1 (4 hours)
Session 2 (4 hours)
Session 3 (4 hours)
Followup and Q&A
Through original content, interactive simulations, and real-world case studies you will learn how to:
This course focuses on interaction — we only use lectures to cover the basic terms and concepts. Most class time is dedicated to fun exercises, engaging discussion, and team collaboration. We focus on practical solutions to real-world, Product Owner challenges drawn from decades of experience as product managers, Agile coaches and Product Owners in Agile environments.
Prune the Product Tree
Product Backlog Basics
Learn the simple rules associated with a Product Backlog as well as a set of key practices for using a Product Backlog to develop consensus among the stakeholders on what will be delivered. Other topics we cover include:
Ordering the Product Backlog
Agile Release Planning
Believe it or not, we’ve heard many times the misinformed statement: “We’re Agile, so we don’t really plan.” Not only is this inconsistent with the Agile Manifesto, it is usually just bad business. In our experience, the best Scrum teams create a plan and expect it to change as work begins!
Working in Sprints
The Product Owner role doesn’t end once the Product Backlog is ready for Sprint Planning. Your team will be most effective if you are available during the Sprint to provide feedback at key points.