Professional Scrum Product Owner Cincinnati, Jan 16-17, 2019

PSPO

Course Overview

8:30 Am – 4:30 PM daily.

Professional Scrum Product Owner

Course Duration: 2 days (Live in person class only)
Course Level: Applied learning intended for product owners and business SMEs working with agile teams that use scrum.

Course Overview:

This course will teach the new product owner how to envision a product and drive out good requirements that can be prioritized to reduce project risk and maximize return on investment. The course will start from the beginning of a business need and derive the project and backlog of work starting from scratch. Requirements prioritization and estimation will be thoroughly examined through a series of exercises and advanced topics, such as tracking, metrics, and how to negotiate the needs of multiple stakeholders will be covered in the course. Common pitfalls and techniques to avoid those pitfalls will be thoroughly explored with multiple hands on exercises. The objective of this class is to train business experts to be effective product owners that can maximize ROI for an agile Scrum project.

Price: USD 1295

Course Details

Location

Cincinnati, United States

Date

Jan 16, 2019
Jan 17, 2019

More Information

Language: English

Scrum.org Professional Scrum Product Owner Outline

Section 1: Product Management

• What is product management versus project management
• How empiricism can help product development
• Metrics for product value
• The role of product management in value management

Section 2: Value Driven Development

• An overview of value-Driven Development
• How does agile and scrum help value maximization
• Techniques for understanding value and balancing value with emergent product development

Section 3: The Product Owner Role and Scrum

• Detailed Scrum framework review
• A detailed description of Scrum roles, artifacts, and activities
• Edge cases for using scrum
• Where does the product owner fit in

Section 4: Agile Planing

• Determining the next product generation a product
• Determining a business model
• Driving a product backlog from a vision
• Value driven backlog creation
• Creating good stories
• Estimating using story point

Section 5: Backlog Management

• Forecasting and tracking fixed feature projects
• Forecasting and tracking fixed time projects
• Using ROI to determine project scope
• Decomposition of work

Section 6: Additional Information and Questions

• Useful books and links on Agile
• Specific questions on agile in context of your organization

Venue

Max Technical Training
4900 Parkway Dr.
Suite 160
Cincinnati, OH 45040

Professional Training Network Provider

Max

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