For many years, our Certified Scrum Product Owner students have asked why the Scrum Alliance does not offer an assessment for students completing their CSPO courses. This post explains why there is no exam today and the steps we took to create an exam that students can use to assess their knowledge.
Are you a new Product Owner? Wondering where to start? Rather than creating a huge "How To" manual for new Product Owners, we put together a concise guide to get you started...
This week Jeff Sutherland and Ken Schwaber released the Scrum Guide 2020 Update. We’ve summarized the key changes, what they mean for your organization, and how to to take advantage of the evolving framework.
Shipping a product nobody buys is the ultimate failure for a Product Owner. Design Thinking employs empathy and experimentation to help you develop the right product for the right market at the right time.
Agile transformation often requires Business Analysts to become Product Owners. This essay explores the differences in the two roles and provides two frameworks you can use to make the transition.
Release planning requires more than dates on a calendar. You need a strong Product Backlog as well as a shared Product Vision. In this how-to guide we provide a comprehensive review of the process and helpful frameworks to get the job done.
Everybody’s busy and it’s easy to become complacent, but existing CSMs and CSPOs may want to consider a few reasons to crack open the books again and get some advanced Scrum training.
Sprint Reviews can be dull affairs with little useful output. Instead of focusing solely on the demo, we recommend creating an environment focused on collaboration — and saving some time for celebration.
Fully remote SAFe PI Planning takes careful preparation. Learn from experts at Applied Frameworks about the planning steps and timing to ensure your Remote PI Planning event is a success.