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What's Certified Scrum Product Owner Course?
Chanakya, the Indian Scholor said “Before you start some work, ask 3 questions.
Why am I doing it?
What the results might be?
Will I be successful?
Think deeply and go ahead only if you find satisfactory answers”. Being a Product Owner is exactly answering Chanakya's questions while building a Product or Service.
What’s a Product? A Product is something that you build to help your customers solve a Problem or achieve certain goal. What’s Value?. Value is when an end user who buys your product or service is able to achieve the goal that they intended to achieve using your Product or Service.
Who is Product Owner? A Product owner is someone who understands the customers who buy the product, end users who use the product and sponsors who invests in the product and priortizes the work done by the development team to maximize the value of money and time spent by them(Customers, end users and sponsors).
This 2-day course enables participants to understand the role of a Product Owner and few tips and techniques to maximize the value of work done as part of product development.
Our Training Approach:
We will learn together about Scrum from each other. Expect to have lots of fun while you learn as the workshop is loaded with:
What do you get out of the course?
After you complete the course, you’ll know
How to incrementally elicit requrements
Prioritization techniques to deliver incremental Products
How to test assumptions sooner to mitigate business risks.
On successful completion of the course, you’ll receive
Certified Product Owner Certificate
Scrum Alliance membership for 2 years.
16 PDUs towards any PMI credential.
Impact Mapping book by Gojko Adzic
Scrum Reference Card
Scrum Framework Poster
Hard copy of material used in the class.
Digital reading material for post-class reference
Trainer: Satisha Venkataramaiah [Veiw Profile]
We will be learning the Product Ownership using Scrum. The whole course is split inot 4 Sprints with each Sprint trying to Answer following four questions:
Why are we building Products?
What are we building?
How much do we build?
How do we build?
Introduction to Agile Manifesto
12 Agile Principles
Who is a Product Owner?
What are the attributes of a good Product Owner.
What are the responsibilities of a Product Onwer.
Developing a Product Vision.
Where do we start? Business Canvas, Lean Canvas and Product Canvas.
Choose a Product to work on and develop a Produt Vision for the Product.
How impact map helps in delivering Products that matter.
Developing initial impact map for the class Product.
Grooming Product Backlog
Understanding Actors for the Product.
What’s a Persona and Identifying personas for the class Project.
Characteristics of a Product Backlog
What are user stories?
What’s a Story Workshop/Backlog refinement?
How to split large stories into approproiate size?
Build backlog for the class project.
Impact based Prioriitization: Impact map continued..
Understadning User sentiments for Prioritization: Kano Analysis
Building a Skeleton that a user can use: User Story Mapping
Assigning business value to Stories – Business Value Game.
Prioritization based on Technical Risk.
Prioritize the product backlog for class project.
How do we measure the delivery?
What techniques can be used for estimation?
When do we release? Understanding the value of shortening the feedback loop through early and incremental releases.
What’s Lean Statrup? Applying the Lean Startup concepts while building products using Scrum.
Fake it until you know it: Uncovering user preferences without building features.
What factors drive release decision?
Collaborating with customers to make a release decision.
How do we arrive at a release date?
Why release plan is not cast in stone and release planing should be iterative?
What’s the role of PO in Sprint Planning?
Collaborating with Development Team to deliver the impactful stories first.
Being Ready to Release
What’s Technical Debt and how to avoid it to deliver useable products.
How Engineering Practices help produce quality product
What do we measure to understand that we are making the right impacts?
Getting customer feedback
Measuring progress based on Customer feedback.
What’s velocity? How does it help to plan releases.