Scrum is an iterative and incremental framework for developing and maintaining complex products according to Agile principles. At Scrum, the development team delivers high-quality, productive functionality at the end of each Sprint, creating the agility needed to meet rapidly changing requirements.
The Scrum think tank challenges its users to focus on continuous improvement, and its sprints create the persistence needed to deliver results in an environment where needs are constantly changing.
These features have led to Scrum becoming the world's most popular reference framework for agile software production - and its use is constantly being expanded to new areas.
Target audience: The course is suitable for individuals who are product owners, business owners, business developers, clients (development commissioners), or eg product managers - and want to expand their skills at Scrum.
The results of the training: After your Certified Scrum Product Owner training, you will be familiar with the Scrum Framework so you can control how it is used in practice. This course will introduce you to Scrum and Agile thinking and practice so you can start working as a Scrum product owner.
Length: 16 academic hours
The prerequisite for issuing the certificate is full participation in training.
The training topics and description:
o Agile manifesto, principles, and practices
o Why does the agile approach work?
o Success stories
o Zen of scrum
o Scrum values
o Empirical process control
o Activities and artifacts
o Scrum flow
o Definition of done
o Product Owner
o Self-organizing and self-managing team
o Why do we need the product vision?
o Qualities of the vision
o Business Case
o Techniques to create the vision
o User stories
o Augmenting user stories
o Acceptance criteria and acceptance test-driven development
o Product backlog refinement
o Accuracy, precision, size, duration
o Multiple levels
o The right size for prioritization
o Prioritization techniques
o Risks and dependencies
o Formal techniques
o Adaptive, iterative, collaborative
o Technical debt
o Release early and often
o Release plan
o Product Owner’s role
o Product Owner in Scrum meetings
o Working together
o Sprint termination
o Enterprise-level Scrum
o Product owners’ team
o Scrum of Scrums meetings
o Geographically distributed Scrum
o Agile & lean organizations and agile governance
o Contracts and acquisition
o Working with traditional organizations