Professional Scrum Product Owner Perth, Dec 11-12, 2019
There is a reason why Scrum call it Product Owner and NOT product manager. Product Owner take full ownership of the product, beyond just managing user stories for the squads. As the owner of the product this also means the stakeholders should respect Product Owner's decision.
As the owner of the product, Product Owner face constant flux and is always in dilemma. Who should the PO listen? Can he/she reject CEO's requests? Which goes first in the Product Backlog? Technical debt, architecture, technical excellence, features, defects? How does PO manage his/her daily agenda? How should the PO spend the budget? What should the PO optimise? Flow or value? What metric should the PO use? How does a good Sprint Goal looks like? How can Lean UX and Design Thinking help the Product Owner?
Join us in PSPO course where we will share war stories in Product Management and empower Product Owners with practical tools to face the dilemma. We have made the course timings longer so you can get the most out of the course. And we both promise to not use any slides in the class!
Price: AUD 1295
For whom is this interesting?
- You are involved in software development that uses the Scrum framework
- You are responsible for products from a business perspective
- You hold the highly accountable role of Scrum product owner
What will you learn?
Working in teams, you'll learn and apply Scrum principles through assignments, discussions, and challenging hands-on exercises and return to work thinking in Scrum.
You will learn:
- agile product management
- the role of scrum product owner
- managing requirements, products, and releases
- value-driven development
You will develop the skills to:
- understand the mechanics of Scrum and how the product owner fits
- act as a product owner for Scrum teams and stakeholders
- increase the business agility of your organization
Attendees make the most of the class if they:
- Have studied the Scrum Guide (required).
- Passed the Scrum Open assessment
- Have a solid understanding of Scrum either through working on a Scrum Team, or through taking part in a Professional Scrum Foundations or similar course.
- Have been on or are closely involved in building or enhancing a software product or application using Scrum.
- Have read one of the Scrum books of Ken Schwaber or the book “Scrum – A Pocket Guide” by Gunther Verheyen.
The Professional Scrum Product Owner training has two associated credentials:
- Professional Scrum Product Owner level I (PSPO I)
- Professional Scrum Product Owner level II (PSPO II).
All participants completing the Professional Scrum Product Owner course receive a password to take the PSPO I assessment and are entitled to a discount on the PSPO II assessment.
These industry-recognized certifications require a minimum passing score on the associated rigorous assessment. Scrum.org maintains a public list with everyone holding a PSPO I and PSPO II credential.