Agile Scrum Product Owner Schedule at Mumbai

ProductDateCertificationTrainerLocation
Agile Scrum Product Owner BridgeTBDAgile Scrum Product OwnerAmit KulkarniEPMC Office, Wagle Estate, Thane

About the Agile Scrum Product Owner Certification

Agile Scrum Product Owner (ASPO) certification is a bridge certification to become a PO. The assumption is that you already know the Scrum framework and are already aware of the Agile philosophy. So, ideally, you should have already completed a Scrum Master certification (Agile Scrum Master by Exin, Certified Scrum Master by Scrum Alliance or Professional Scrum Master by scrum.org).

Who should do this certification

This certification is meant for aspiring Product Owners. What that means is that, you should have done a Scrum Master role or a Business Analyst role or a Project Manager or a Product related role. You should have an aspiration to be a person associated with working with business stakeholders to get the product ready from the development role. Product owner owns the product and is accountable for the ROI on the product, hence, you should be a person who wants to take accountability of the product.

More information on Product Owner role, click here.

Why Only One Day Course?

The intention of this course is to make you understand and certify on Product Owner. Therefore, it is assumed that you are already certified on Scrum Master. We will not repeat the Scrum and Agile details in this workshop and completely focus on the Product Owner role only.

Agile Scrum Product Owner Certification Topics

  1. Revision of Agile philosophy and Scrum framework
  2. Understanding the Product Owner Role
  3. Envisioning the Product
    • Product Vision – Vision writing techniques
    • Product Roadmap
    • Minimum Viable Product
    • Minimum Marketable Product
  4. Working with the Product Backlog
  5. Product Backlog Refinement and the role of PO
  6. User Story
    • Techniques to write User Stories
    • Conducting Brainstorming and using facilitation techniques to collect requirements
    • User Story Mapping
    • Acceptance criteria writing
    • Importance of Behaviour Driven Development (BDD) for PO
  7. The 5 levels of Planning and role of PO in
    • Vision
    • Roadmaps
    • Release Planning
    • Sprint Planning
    • Daily Scrum
  8. Common Mistakes of the PO
  9. Transitioning from a Business Analyst to a PO role
  10. Scaling the Product Backlog and Product Owner Role
    • Working with Themes
    • Working with Product Owner Hierarchy
    • The Chief Product Owner
  11. Certification preparation