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Certified Scrum Product Owner


The Scrum Product Owner's role is pivotal to confirming delivery of value “early and often” to the customer, and continuous improvement in an organization’s application of Agile methods. This course will teach how to create great products by communicating the product vision, managing the product backlog, and representing the customer as a Scrum Product Owner. The course will teach how to leverage Scrum Framework and Product Backlog to develop value-driven software.

  • Prior Business Analysis, Project Management education or experience is preferred.

Course Content

1. Introduction to Agile Mindset, Principles and Values

  • Understanding Agile Manifesto

  • Agile principles and how they apply to project management.

  • Benefits of adopting Agile

2. Introduction to Scrum

  • What is Scrum?

  • History and Evolution of Scrum

  • Scrum vs. Waterfall

  • Homework

3. Scrum Part I

  • Module 1: Scrum Roles

    • Scrum Team

    • Product Owner

    • Scrum Master

    • Stakeholders

    • Responsibilities and characteristics of each role

  • Module 2: Scrum Artifacts

    • Product Backlog

    • Sprint Backlog

    • Increment

    • Definition of Done

    • Understanding and managing artifacts

  • Module 3: Scrum Ceremonies

    • Sprint Planning

    • Daily Scrum

    • Sprint Review

    • Sprint Retrospective

    • The purpose and format of each ceremony

  • Module 4: Sprint and Increment

    • What is a Sprint?

    • Sprint duration and goals

    • The Increment as a potentially releasable product

    • Sprint Burndown charts


4. Scrum II

  • Module 5: Sprint Planning and Backlog Refinement

    • Creating a Product Backlog

    • Estimating and prioritizing user stories

    • Sprint Planning Meeting

    • Backlog refinement best practices

  • Module 6: Daily Scrum

    • The role of the Daily Scrum in team communication

    • Structuring Daily Scrum meetings

    • Common pitfalls and how to avoid them.

  • Module 7: Sprint Execution

    • How the Scrum Team carries out work during a Sprint

    • Self-organization and cross-functionality

    • Handling scope changes during a Sprint

Staffing Support​
  • Resume Preparation

  • Mock Interview Preparation

  • Phone Interview Preparation

  • Face to Face Interview Preparation

  • Project/Technology Preparation

  • Internship with internal project work

  • Externship with client project work

  • Module 8: Sprint Review and Retrospective

    • Conducting effective Sprint Reviews

    • Collecting feedback from stakeholders

    • Continuous improvement through Sprint Retrospectives

    • Retrospective formats and techniques

  • Module 9: Scaling Scrum

    • Introduction to scaling frameworks (e.g., SAFe, LeSS, Nexus)

    • Challenges and considerations when scaling Scrum.

    • Combining multiple Scrum teams into larger initiatives

  • Module 10: Agile Metrics and Reporting

    • Key Agile metrics (e.g., Velocity, Burndown charts)

    • Using metrics to track progress and make data-driven decisions.

    • Reporting and transparency in Agile

  • Module 11: Agile Scrum in the Real World

    • Case studies and real-world examples of Scrum implementation

    • Addressing common challenges and roadblocks

    • Best practices for sustaining Agile Scrum

5. Agile Scrum Certification

  • Overview of Scrum certifications (e.g., Scrum Master, Product Owner)

  • Preparing for certification exams

  • Benefits of certification and career opportunities

6. Final Project

Who should go for this course?

​Business Analyst, Product Managers, Project Managers.

Our Salient Features:
  • Hands-on Labs and Homework

  • Group discussion and Case Study

  • Course Project work

  • Regular Quiz / Exam

  • Regular support beyond the classroom

  • Students can re-take the class at no cost

  • Dedicated conf. rooms for group project work

  • Live streaming for the remote students

  • Video recording capability to catch up the missed class

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