Certified Scrum Professional® - Product Owner (CSP-PO)

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Solidify your Scrum and Product Owner knowledge by attaining your Certified Scrum Professional® – Product Owner (CSP-PO) from Scrum Alliance

Certified Scrum Professionals challenge their teams to improve the way Scrum and Agile principles are applied. They have demonstrated experience, documented training, and proven knowledge in Scrum.

Are you ready to take your knowledge and skillset in your role as Product Owner to the next level? If so, it’s time to elevate your career further by earning the Certified Scrum Professional®-Product Owner (CSP®-PO) certification.

Solidify your approaches for validating product assumptions, learn advanced interactions with customers and users, and master advanced product backlog management.

In this 2-day class you’ll learn:

  • Understand how to empower product offerings.
  • Navigate communication and how to work with stakeholders.
  • Understand the building blocks of a successful team.
  • Discover how to collaborate across multiple teams.
  • Learn how to deliver training to grow the knowledge about product ownership in my organization
  • Identify product strategy to align with the market.
  • Learn the techniques of planning and forecasting.
  • Focus on Product Economics to determine product profitability.
  • Learn ways to focus on customer discovery and development.
  • Explore techniques to manage the product backlog.

Course Outline:

Part 1: Product Owner Core Competencies

  • Selecting the right person in an organization to be a Product Owner
  • Facilitate conversations with Stakeholders who are in conflict
  • Techniques for gathering and communicating data
  • Benefitting from the latest version of scrum
  • Scrum team initiation
  • Product Owner expectation for quality
  • Manage backlogs for multiple scrum teams
  • Patterns for scaling product ownership
  • Teach Product owner related topics

Part 2: Implementing Goal Setting and Planning

  • Different Product Business models
  • Creating Business models
  • Competitor analysis
  • Techniques for developing Product Plans
  • Develop Release strategies
  • Measurable product launch goals
  • Determine product profitability
  • Calculating economic outcomes
  • Demonstrating Return on Investment
  • Cost of Delay
  • Funding Product Development

Part 3: Advanced Interactions with Customers and Users

  • Integrating customer research into product discovery
  • Evaluating techniques for customer research and product discovery

Part 4: Complex Product Assumption Validation

  • Defining hypotheses
  • Design tests for hypotheses
  • Evaluate the results of experiments

Part 5: Advanced Product Backlog Management

  • Emphasizing Outcome and Output
  • Ordering product backlogs
  • Discussing product backlog order with stakeholders
  • Improving Scrum teams ability to order Product backlogs