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Certified Scrum Product Owner

Course Details

Name Certified Scrum Product Owner
Description
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Location:
London - City
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Price:
£890.00 +vat
was £995.00
Availability:
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Residential:
Course ID:
507525
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Notes

Early Bird Price Expires on 05/12/2019.

Overview

The Certified Scrum Product Owner course is an interactive two-day training course, accredited by Scrum Alliance. It allows delegates to explore the role of the Scrum Product Owner in detail. It covers the ways in which a Scrum Product Owner will interact with a Scrum     team, the responsibilities of the Scrum Product Owner and their responsibilities to the business and Scrum team.

Scrum is a simple yet incredibly powerful set of principles and practices that help teams deliver products in short cycles, enabling fast feedback, continual improvement, and rapid adaptation to change. As the leading Agile development framework, Scrum has predominantly been used for software development, but it is also proving to be effective in efforts far beyond.


Certification in Scrum is provided by the Scrum Alliance - a membership organization that encourages and supports the widespread adoption and effective practice of Scrum.

Who Should Attend?

Those who are likely to become involved in Scrum / Agile projects, including:

  • Scrum Masters
  • Project Managers
  • Team Leaders
  • Development Team Members        
    • Business Analysts
    • Solution Developers
    • Solution Testers
    • Solution Designers
    • etc.
  • Product Owners and Managers
  • Process Owners and Managers
  • User representatives and subject matter experts
  • Quality Assurance and Quality Control Managers
  • Agile Coaches

Learning Objectives

This course will enable delegates to:

  • Understand the concepts and benefits of Agile development
  • Understand the Scrum approach to project delivery including:        
    • Team Roles
    • Product and Sprint Backlogs
    • Increments
    • Burndown Charts
  • Setup and manage appropriate project teams
  • Run Scrum meetings (Daily Scrums, Release Planning, Sprint Planning, Sprint Reviews, Sprint Retrospectives)
  • Use their skills on a Scrum project
  • Communicate the ideals of Scrum to key stakeholders
  • Gain access to online social networks and additional Scrum Alliance membership resources

Pre-Requisites

None

Course Content

Scrum Framework Overview

  • Sprints, Increments and Releases
  • Scrum Roles: Product Owner, ScrumMaster, Development Team
  • Teamwork and Impact on Traditional Roles
  • Scrum with third party contractual relationships
  • The Scrum Meetings

Product Vision and Roadmap

  • Stakeholder engagement and management
  • Product business model and market analysis
  • Setting project scope and objectives
  • Defining and communicating the Product Vision

Building and managing the Product Backlog

  • Defining Product Backlog Items
  • User Stories and other Requirements techniques
  • Prioritising and ordering the Product Backlog
  • Splitting and sizing Product Backlog Items
  • Prioritisation including MoSCoW and Kano analysis

Progress Tracking

  • The Definition of Done
  • Understanding the Sprint Backlog
  • The Daily Scrum Meeting
  • Acceptance Criteria and Acceptance Testing
  • The Sprint Review Meeting
  • Burn Down Charts and Scrum Boards
  • The Sprint Retrospective

Release Management

  • Release Planning
  • Estimating and Velocity
  • Progress tracking and forecasting

Scaling the Product Owner role in Scrum

  • Product Ownership with Multiple Scrum Teams
  • Product ownership with Distributed Scrum Teams

London - Liverpool St

Description:

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Please note, the venues are subject to change

Location:

ETC Venues
Bishopsgate Court
4-12 Norton Folgate
London
E1 6DQ

 

Directions:

Our Liverpool Street venue is conveniently located in the City.Situated just 5 minutes from both Liverpool Street Station and Shoreditch High Street overground station, the venue is easy to reach from a number of train, underground and bus routes.

By underground from Liverpool Street:

Central Line, Circle Line, Hammersmith & City Line or Metropolitan Line.

For exits from all underground lines, follow signs for Liverpool Street mainline station. Once on the main concourse of the mainline station, head for Way Out 1 (Bishopsgate West), located next to Platform 14. Take the escalator or stairs up to street level and as you leave the station, turn left onto Bishopsgate and cross the road. After 500 yards as the road becomes “Norton Folgate”, you will cross a small road called Spital Square. Bishopsgate Court is the 2nd building on your right (the red brick building opposite the tall glass building). etc.venues Liverpool Street is on the 3rd floor.

By train from Liverpool Street:

Follow directions as above from the main concourse.

By overground train from Shoreditch High Street:

Turn left out of Shoreditch Overground Station and then left onto Bethnal Green Road following signs to Shoreditch High Street. Once you reach Shoreditch High Street turn left and after 200yds the venue will be on the left hand side, (the red brick building opposite the tall glass building and Rocket Cocktail bar).

By Bus:

Norton Folgate is served by many bus routes including 135, 149, 242, 26, 35, 388, 42, 47, 48, 78 and 8.

Parking:

There are two NCP car parks within close proximity of the venue – One on Great Eastern Street (EC2A 3ER) and one on Clifton Street (EC2A 4JH).

Please remember the venue sits within the congestion charge zone – for further information visit www.cclondon.com



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