Professional Scrum Product Owner

Organizations want to be “agile.” They should be able to turn out new or enhanced products and systems as dictated by the marketplace, competition, and business pressures, on a dime. As the environment they operate within changes, they need to be flexible while adhering to their purpose. As they flex, they need to be both predictable and sound, while controlling risk.

This course teaches how to be an agile program, product or business manager in a complex environment. Traditional Scrum courses address the role of the Product Owner, the Product Backlog, Scrum artifacts, User Stories, and Planning Poker. This course starts significantly before that, at the formulation of releases. It then moves to tactics maximizing the flexibility and return on investment of multiple simultaneous releases. Finally, it addresses long-term product ownership and total cost of ownership.

If we built simple systems for single users, this could be a short course. However, managers are responsible for juggling many competing interests: commitments to customers and to the marketplace, while managing risk and change. Additionally they must organize and optimize the competing interests by systems architecture, persona, product functionality, and customer rollout plans. These responsibilities are very difficult in large, international organizations that develop and market interrelated products and product families. This course teaches techniques for fulfilling these responsibilities.

In the course, we address how to optimize the value of current systems. We learn how to progressively restructure requirements and work to become more agile. The goal will be releasing products as fast as needed and no faster than customers can absorb. The steps to reach this end point will be addressed in detail.

Agenda. This is a two-day course that is driven by exercises. Attendees should be able to start applying the techniques covered in this course when they go back to work.
The course consists of modules that build on each other. Each module ends with exercises and homework.
The modules are Introduction, Planning a Release, Product Management, Agile Product Management, Managing Requirements, Release Planning, Release Management, and Scaling.

Trainings

Scrum Master Basics – Introduction to Scrum. (Certificationtraining PSM Scrum.org).

Scrum for Managers – This course is made for the management team of a company.

ProductOwner Basics – Introduction to Scrum for ProduktOwner.

Professional Scrum Master – This course is for the advanced user (with certification).

Professional Scrum Product Owner – Training for ProductOwner: the business aspect in Scrum (with certification).

Professional Scrum Foundations – Course for the DeveloperTeam (with certification).

 

(All courses and materials are in German)

 

Course dates in 2017

11.-12. September 2017 PSPO Schulungspartner Digicomp, Bern >> buchen

21.-22. September 2017 PSPO Schulungspartner: Scrum-Events,
Stuttgart >> buchen

23.-24. Oktober 2017 PSPO Schulungspartner: Scrum-Events,
Stuttgart >> buchen

06.-07. November 2017 PSPO Schulungspartner: Integrata,
Frankfurt am Main >> buchen

08.-09. November 2017 PSPO Schulungspartner Digicomp, Zürich (in English) >> booking

16.-17. November 2017 PSPO Schulungspartner Digicomp, Zürich (in English) >> booking

27.-28. November 2017 PSPO Schulungspartner: Scrum-Events,
Stuttgart >> buchen

14.-15. Dezember 2017 PSPO Schulungspartner: Scrum-Events,
Stuttgart >> buchen

 

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