About This Course
HBITS aims to deliver state-of-the-art skill training in Professional Scrum Product Owner Training by an exceptional Agile Coach with over fifteen years (15+) years of experience to help you become a certified professional in Scrum and Agile.
Professional Scrum Product Owner (PSPO) training is a hands-on, activity-based course where students get knowledge of the elements that make up professional agility. Throughout our Professional Scrum Product Owner (PSPO) Certification class, students learn a variety of Product Ownership practices that they can utilize later, while also receiving an introduction to Agile Product Management. The Professional Scrum Product Owner course assesses one’s ability to evaluate, create and deliver value when creating a product.
This important Professional Scrum Product Owner course teaches students about product ownership through hands-on experience and by laying out some general guidelines about how one should go about performing. our Professional Scrum Product Owner I (PSPO I) certification and training help best practise of Scrum methodology or simply related to managing products in a way that promotes success for any company or organization.
Our PSPO Training Program is designed for aspiring product managers, product owners and project managers who want to be more effective in their careers. Specifically, you’ll learn how to lead software and digital product initiatives that yield real results while earning greater results. This Professional Scrum Product Owner Training course is designed to provide students with an overview of the Scrum framework from both the Product Owner and Development Team perspectives.
Topics to be covered in the Professional Scrum Product Owner (PSPO) Certification course:
Day 1 – Fundamentals of the Product Owner role
• Values of agile development
• Responsibilities of Product Owner
• Appropriate meetings with the Product Owner
• Compulsions of the Product Owner
• Leadership qualities of the Product Owner
• Understanding of business values incl. KPIs
• Measuring business value
Day 2 – Practical Skill Development
• Product build up
• Relevance of user stories
• Setting and achieving strategic product goals
• Release strategies and planning with Scrum
• Estimating and prioritizing requirements
• Forecasting capability with Scrum
• Product development involving multiple teams
• Total cost of ownership