Agile for Product Owners Workshop, Bangalore

Agile for Product Owners Workshop, Bangalore

 

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About The Event

With an  increasing  number  of  organizations adopting  Agile practices and the majority of them following SCRUM, Agile has gained mainstream recognition in the past couple of years. Agile is no longer considered an outlier, for the cowboys of the software development community. Today organizations are  seeing  the  value  in  Agile ceremonies and  have  brought  in  the  roles  and practices  that  are instrumental in the success of SCRUM. The Product Owner is a SCRUM role that determines "what" to build with the support of "why" to build the features of a product. This role is often taken up by persons who sometimes hold official titles of Product Manager, Program Manager, or Business Analyst.

 Key Benefits

  • Understand the SCRUM process and the value in the accompanying ceremonies.
  • Ability to prune a product backlog
  • Ability to create valuable user stories  
  • Conduct a release planning ceremony
  • Effective collaboration with stake holders, Business Analysts, development, customer sponsors etc. across geographies and business units
  • Fast track career path through skill building, new product innovation & best in class performance
  • Engineering will be able contribute to the creation, review, and validation of user stories during the release planning and through the cadenceuncational design of the solution
  • Case studies & exercises led delivery by successful real world practitioners makes learning actionable and applied

 

Modules

MODULE 1:

  • SCRUM process
  • Players - Scrum Master, Product Owner, Team members
  • Role of a product owner in each of the SCRUM ceremonies
  • Interlock with Scrum Master – how a product owner works with Scrum Master to successfully navigate through the project

MODULE 2:   

  • Backlog management – pruning, factors and impact
  • User stories – components, creation
  • Sizing – methods to size, projecting delivery dates and scope 
  • Exercise and case study

MODULE 3:

  • Release Planning – single team, multi-team
  • Working with distributed teams through the cadence
  • Managing the delivery – in terms of timelines, risk, and change              
  • Cadence status reporting – Scrum of Scrums, Meta Scrum

MODULE 4:

  • Fitment of management roles and responsibilities
  • Bringing the research into the cadence – through backlog, user stories, and feedback 
  • Exercise and case study

 

Who is it suitable for?

  • Product Managers 
  • Startup Innovators
  • Business Analysts    
  • Project Managers
  • Product Owners
  • Architects
  • Engineering Lead

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