beLithe’s Scrum Product Owner is a 2-day course that provides the foundational knowledge needed to work with Scrum teams and the Scrum framework in a practical way. This course is a combination of instruction complimented by individual and team-based exercises.
Over an intensive 2 days, students will see why the beLithe’s Product Owner training is the cutting-edge course for effective Product Owners and for anyone interacting with a software development team toward increased efficiency and effectiveness.
Using the Scrum principles as a foundation, students are challenged throughout the course to not only become familiar with the process, but to better understand what to do and why it is important. Using techniques from “Training from the Back of the Room”, this course is interactive and experiential. Working individually and as a team, students will participate in discussions and exercises, and work on real-life cases.
The course covers all the topics that are the basis of Scrum.org’s Professional Scrum Product Owner I (PSPO I), and Professional Scrum Product Owner II (PSPO II) certification assessments.
Who Should Attend?
The beLithe Product Owner course is for anyone interested in understanding the role of the Product Owner and how the Product Owner interacts with Scrum teams and stakeholders. Product Owners will leave this class introduced to principles, tools, and methods (Lean Startup, Kanban, Lean UX and XP) that, when paired with the Scrum framework, will allow the Product Owner to take control of the Product Backlog and accelerate the delivery of high value to internal and external customers. No pre-existing knowledge of Scrum is required to attend. With our practical experience, our trainers focus on the class on your unique circumstances.
- Clear understanding of the rules, roles and ceremonies of Scrum through the empirical foundation of Scrum
- Perform as a Product Owner for Scrum Teams and stakeholders
- Be prepared to participate as member of a scrum team
- Increase the effectiveness of team using Scrum
- Scrum theory and principles
- The Scrum Framework (core Scrum, roles, events, artifacts, artifact transparency & the Definition of Done)
- Importance of the Definition of Done
- Product development with Scrum (Product Backlog, Product Backlog Items, Product Backlog Refinement, forecasting)
- Working with people and teams
- Scrum in your organization
- The role of the Scrum Master
- Intro to Scrum, Lean and Agile
- Agile History & Principles
- Process Comparison
- A Case for Change
- Agile Planning
- Agile Requirements
- Team Structures & Role
- Team Formation & Scaling
- Problem/Customer Fit
- Product Validation & Metrics
- Product Backlog Management
- User Stories & the Product Backlog
- Defining Ready & Done
- Backlog Refinement
- Release Planning & Roadmapping
- Story Mapping & Roadmaps
- Stakeholder Management & Prioritization
- The Scrum Experience
- Sprint Planning
- Sprint Review
- Sprint Retrospective
- Portfolio Management
- Large-Scale Program Management
- Agile Budgeting & Contracting