This course teaches you how to be an effective product owner. Learn from a leading expert how Scrum helps you manage your product successfully, how to collaborate well with the development team and stakeholders, and how to validate and deliver new features. With more than ten years experience in teaching and coaching product mangers and product owners, Roman knows exactly what tools and techniques you need to do your job well. He teaches this course as an interactive workshop using instructions, plenty of hands-on exercises, and group work.
“Roman’s deep knowledge and experience of Scrum and agile development is conveyed with great enthusiasm on his tightly run product owner training. He’s a great coach with real-life examples for pretty much every scenario, and an obvious enthusiasm for user-led development that is inspirational,” says James Murphy, Director of Publishing at RICS. Jennifer Shorten, product owner at Wiley, adds: “I apply what I learned in the class every day.”
Traditional product management approaches vs. agile product management Prerequisites for starting the first sprint Scrum’s strengths and limitations
The product owner role: authority and responsibility Product owner strategies for the different product lifecycle stages Working with the team and ScrumMaster Engaging the stakeholders including the customers and users Scaling the product owner role: Product owner team and hierarchies; unbundling the product; feature vs. component teams
Understanding the product backlog including its DEEP characteristics Employing the right product backlog grooming steps Getting the high-priority items ready Establishing the right relationship between the product backlog and the product roadmap
Choosing the right sprint goal and planning the sprint Validating the product in the sprint review meeting and understanding the project progress Beyond product demos: employing additional product validation techniques Analysing the feedback and the data gathered and updating the product backlog
Understanding the Scrum release planning techniques Estimating product backlog items and determining velocity Using the release burndown chart to track and forecast the project progress
Using personas to describe the customers and users Discovering the right epics and user stories Understanding when user stories are appropriate and what good user stories look like
Product owners, product managers, business analysts, requirements engineers, UX designers, and project managers. Attendees should have a working knowledge of Scrum.
Reading the following resources will help participants prepare for the training:
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