Help your teams achieve project success in a fast-changing world.
Our two-day Certified Scrum Product Owner" (CSPO) course offers a deeper understanding of how Scrum works, focusing extensively on the skills and practices you need to succeed as a Scrum Product Owner.
Agile For All's unique brain-friendly training will help you advance in your role as a Product Owner for any Scrum team. Learn by doing. Hone skills around prioritization. themes. vision, roadmaps, backlog grooming as well as creating effective stories.
Master the role of the Product owner for any Scrum team. Go beyond the basics of "how" Scrum works. Get the "why• behind Scrum, allowing you to effectively help teams even when they are stuck.
Those who successfully complete this course will become a Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Product Owner®.
OUR CSPO WORKSHOP INCLUDES
By the end of the CSPO workshop you will be able to:
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What Participants Say “This course presented a variety of techniques and skills to help me become a better Product Owner. The subject matter was directly applicable to my role.”
TAKE BOTH CSM AND CSPO CLASSES IN JUST 4 DAYS.
“FASTTRACK” CERTIFICATIONS: Several times a year our CSM and CSPO workshops coincide in the same location, so you can “fast track” your Agile skills and receive both Certified ScrumMaster® and Certified Scrum Product Owner® training in just 4 days! Simply check ticket types above to see if a FastTrack option is available.
About the Course Facilitator
Peter Green led a grass roots Agile transformation at Adobe from 2005 to 2015, starting with his own team, Adobe Audition. His influence includes the teams behind such software flagships as Photoshop, Acrobat, Flash, Dreamweaver and Premiere Pro, as well as dozens of internal IT and platform technology teams and groups like marketing and globalization. His work was a major factor enabling Adobe product teams through the critical business transition from perpetual desktop products to the subscription-based service, Creative Cloud. His hands-on Scrum and Agile training and coaching at all levels of the organization including executives, helped lay the groundwork to shift teams from two-year product cycles to frequent delivery of high-quality software and services. He is a Certified Scrum Trainer (CST), instructional designer, coach, facilitator, and a popular speaker at Tech, Agile, and Scrum conferences.
Want the training to come to you? Agile For All does onsite training workshops at reasonable prices with some of the top Scrum Alliance Certified ScrumMaster® Coaches and Trainers.
Contact us for information on private workshops, group discounts or questions. 303.766.0917
Professional Development Units (PDUs) PMPs: You can receive 14 PDUs for this course.Need to convince someone else?Download a PDF brochure you can send to others.
All CSPO courses are taught by Certified Scrum Product Owner Trainers. Taking a CSPO course, passing the CSPO test, and accepting the license agreement designates you as a Certified Scrum Product Owner, which indicates that you have been introduced to and understand the basic concepts you need to perform as a Product Owner or team member on a Scrum team. This course also satisfies two elements of the CSD track: Scrum Introduction and Elective.
Who This Course is Designed For
If you work in an organization that creates any sort of product, then you are an ideal CSPO candidate. While the course is primarily designed for people filling the role of ScumMaster, anyone who wants to help their organization be more successful is encouraged to attend.
If you are already on a Scrum team you will learn how to become a change agent to help your team achieve a higher level of success.
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We go into detail on how to facilitate, coach, resolve conflict and lead a team, as well as share our industry experiences so our course material remains relevant. Some of the material covered during the 2-day workshop:
Basic Scrum background as well as the principles and values which help ensure success when using Scrum.
The three legs of Scrum theory: transparency, inspection and adaptation are examined in detail.
The meetings, artifacts and roles which make up the Scrum process.
Estimation, planning and other practices which are commonly used in Scrum. Grooming a product backlog. Creating effective stories.
What is done for each and how to do it.
Coaching scenarios and techniques commonly used by Scrum Product Owners.
Going beyond the basics. Potential issues. Being great. Going forward.
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Thursday, Jun. 21 - 4:00 pmtoSaturday, Jun. 23 12:00 am