CSPO, Certified Scrum Product Owner, Delhi Dec 7 -8

CSPO, Certified Scrum Product Owner, Delhi Dec 7 -8


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Date: 7-8 December, 2015
Location: New Delhi, India

This course earns you 15 SEUs (Category B) within the Scrum Alliance. This course also earns you 15 PDUs (Category A) within the PMI. SEUs and PDUs can be used toward CSP, PMP, PMI-ACP and other certifications.


As a Product Owner you are in charge of building a system, creating a new product release, or any other complex business project. Traditionally, you would hand this undertaking over to a trained project manager to run for you. You would then wait and hope for the best, since over 50% of all projects fail and those that succeed deliver products in which 65% of the functionality is rarely or never used.

Scrum provides a way for you to directly and effectively manage the project yourself. Intuitive and lightweight, the Scrum process delivers completed increments of the product at rapid, regular intervals, usually no longer than monthly.

Your primary tool for managing the project is called a Product Backlog, a list of features you want in the system or release, prioritized by value, cost, and risk. You use the Product Backlog to cause the most valuable functionality to be built first, and remove risk early in the project. As you watch the product take shape, increment by increment, you can restructure the Product Backlog to incorporate your insights or respond to changes in business conditions. You can also identify and cancel unsuccessful projects early, often within the first several months. The Certified Scrum Product Owner course equips you with what you need to achieve success with Scrum.

Following successful completion of the course, each participant will be designated a Certified Scrum Product Owner. This certification includes a two-year membership in the Scrum Alliance, where additional member-only material and information are available.

This course earns you 15 SEUs (Category B) within the Scrum Alliance. This course also earns you 15 PDUs (Category A) within the PMI. SEUs and PDUs can be used toward CSP, PMP, PMI-ACP and other certifications.


You Will Learn

  • Practical, project-proven practices
  • How to write a usable product backlog
  • Proven techniques for prioritizing the product backlog
  • How to predict the delivery date of a project (or the features that will be complete by a given date) using velocity
  • Tips for managing the key variables influencing project success
  • How to successfully scale the product role on large, multi-continent projects with team sizes in the hundreds
  • Tips and tricks from the instructor's fifteen years of using Scrum in a wide variety of environments


About the Trainer

Mr. Chhibber has more than 22 years of experience in portfolio and project management in the Federal and Commercial environment. He has worked with multiple organizations on Agile framework implementation, organizational change and operational efficiency. Mr. Chhibber, brings thought leadership in both knowledge of Agile Framework and Agile coaching for the successful implementation for operational efficiency at an organizational and portfolio level. He is keen hiker, photographer, marathon runner and a motorcycle enthusiast. 

Though each CSPO course varies depending on the instructor, all Certified Scrum Product Owner® courses focus on Scrum from a product owner's perspective. Graduates will receive the CSPO designation. All CSPO course are taught by Certified Scrum Trainers.



  • Expectations of the product owner
  • Scrum overview
    • What it is
    • How would your life change with Scrum?
    • The Scrum skeleton
    • Scrum roles
  • Stocking the product backlog
    • Failure of upfront thinking
    • Emergent requirements
    • User stories on the product backlog
    • Augmenting the user stories
    • User roles
    • INVEST in your backlog
  • Day one retrospective
  • Prioritizing the product backlog
    • The right size for prioritizing
    • Kano analysis
    • Theme screening
    • Theme scoring
    • Relative weighting
    • Priority poker
  • Responsibilities
    • Project responsibilities
    • Developing the core
  • Release management
    • Estimating
    • Accuracy and precision
    • Velocity
    • The release planning meeting
    • Fixed date planning
    • Fixed scope planning