Length: 2 Days
Led by expert, experienced Certified Scrum Trainer® (CST)
Average Class Size: 6-20 Students
Artisan Approach: This is a classroom style, in-person training with embedded workshops and exercises. The CSPO training increases the emphasis on assessing and driving business value through close collaboration with the delivery team. This training is interactive and highly experiential. Participants gain practical tools and techniques for engaging with software delivery teams.
Attendees: Ideal for experienced product managers, people wanting to move to Product Ownership, or managers of Product Owners. A portion of the course will be spent introducing Scrum, therefore, there is no prerequisite to this course.
Certification: Yes, CSPO Certification includes 16 Scrum Education Units (SEUs) &
16 Professional Development Units (PDUs). This course will certify you with the Scrum Alliance®, a nonprofit organization that’s the largest, most established and influential professional certification and membership association in the Agile community. Learn more at scrumalliance.org.
Maintain Your Scrum Alliance® Certification ??
To maintain your certification, you are required to earn Scrum Education Units® (SEUs). SEUs are credits earned by completing an educational training or learning opportunity. It’s easy to do and will help you stay relevant (and competitive) in the market. Learn more at scrumalliance.org/get-certified/scrum-education-units
Here's what you'll learn during the two-day Certified Scrum Product Owner training
When the capabilities of the Product Owner are optimized, an Agile team will experience immediate benefits.
It will lead to improved effectiveness and customer satisfaction as well as an increased return on investment (ROI).
The Certified Scrum Product Owner establishes the crucial interaction between the business and the delivery team that improves productivity within an Agile organization.
Product Owners who assume this critical role have the ability to guide the team to gain the full benefit of Agile delivery.
Advanced Means Advanced: Being a Product Owner is one of the toughest jobs in all of Agile Software Development. There's SO much to learn and do to be a great Product Owner. Learn how Jim Schiel’s 'next steps' apply known Product Management and self-management concepts to your team and ramp up their ability to get stuff done!
DISCLAIMER: All of the items above CAN be difficult to do, BUT each one of them will create better performance for you and your team.