CSPO® Certification Training

Be an efficient Product Owner to raise product value & manage product backlog effectively!

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Key Highlights

  • Get trained by Scrum Alliance approved Certified Scrum Trainers® (CSTs)
  • Get certified from the globally acclaimed accreditation body, Scrum Alliance
  • Earn 16 PDUs and SEUs in just 2 days
  • Excel in addressing challenges through Scrum as an effective Product Owner
  • Advance your knowledge with an experiential learning format

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$1,195.00 $1,395.00

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Course Overview

Every high-functioning Agile team that you see has a well-trained Product Owner making critical product decisions. These fresh new cohorts of Certified Scrum Product Owners ensure on-time delivery of high-value releases and maximize the ROI. A globally recognized CSPO certification, therefore, is a career-defining credential for anybody willing to take up challenging roles in agile coaching or higher positions in an organization.

Course Objectives

  • Widen the scope of your career with the knowledge of popular Agile practices.
  • Stack the top skills and demonstrate your Scrum knowledge.
  • Actively engage with the community of Agile practitioners dedicated to continuous Scrum practice and improvement.
  • Create a better product for leading and implementing Scrum in the team.

Prerequisites

  • There are no prerequisites to take the Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) training. But having command on the Scrum basics will be easy to get the concepts soon.

Who should take up?

  • Project Managers
  • Developers
  • Product Owners
  • Managers-Software development
  • Architects-Software development
  • Product Managers
  • Software developers
  • Software testers
  • Team leads/Team members interested in learning Scrum

Course Content

  • Understand the Scrum Flow, the core components of the Scrum framework, and the Scrum vocabulary
  • Understand the principles/legs of empirical process control
  • Understand the work culture Scrum creates
  • Understand the scope of the Product Owner, ScrumMaster and the team role in detail
  • Understand why there is no project manager and no agile product manager
  • Understand the importance of having the product vision as an overarching goal galvanizing the entire Scrum team
  • Understand the desirable qualities of the vision and how it can be shaped
  • Understand the importance of carrying out just enough prep work
  • Understand the relationship between vision and product roadmap
  • Understand the different estimation levels in Scrum
  • Understand that the accuracy of an estimate is more important than the precision of the estimate
  • Understand that estimates of size and duration can be done separately
  • Understand the impact of pressuring team members to provide low estimates
  • Understand the difference between estimating and committing
  • Understand what the product backlog is, and what it is not
  • Understand product backlog grooming
  • Understand the importance and benefits of prioritizing the product backlog
  • Understand the implications of saying everything is mandatory
  • Understand who should have input into prioritization decisions
  • Understand that proper prioritization of a product backlog is based on multiple factors
  • Understand and know how to apply formal approaches to prioritizing (i.e. beyond just 'gut feel' or intuition)
  • Understand how much latitude to give a team in adjusting the sequence of work
  • Understand the goals and how-tos of release planning
  • Understand that planning is adaptive, iterative and collaborative
  • Understand why quality is frozen and the concept of technical debt
  • Understand why software should be released early and frequently
  • Understand and measure velocity
  • Understand release burndown charts
  • Understand how a release plan can help predict the future
  • Understand the product owner?s role in Scrum meetings, and how the Product Owner and Team collaborate
  • Understand why sprints are timeboxed and protected
  • Understand the concept of sustainable pace
  • Understand team commitment

cspo® certification

  • In Agile terms, a Product is something that you build as per your client?s requirements to achieve a certain goal.

  • The Product Owner is an individual on the Scrum team, who represents the user community or business, and is responsible for working with the user group to find the features that will be included in the product release. They are the leaders, managing the team and guiding the product?s progress toward success. The role of the Product Owner is critical to all types of product development, specifically in the Agile methodology.

  • The Scrum Product Owner responsibilities list includes the following:

    • Defining the product features
    • Prioritizing the product features
    • Adjusting the features and priority after each sprint as required
    • Rejecting or accepting work results
    • Keeping customers updated about status and getting their feedback
  • As a Certified Product Owner, you will be given the responsibility of heading an Agile project, liaising with the Scrum Master to achieve objectives and ensuring satisfied customers. The CSPO course will enable you to improve the effectiveness of Scrum artifacts and give you the knowledge necessary to increase the business agility in your organization.

  • The Product Owner and the Scrum Master are two different roles in the Scrum (Agile) development model. However, both have the same objective of adding value to project management. While the Scrum Master focuses completely on the team and its operations, the Product Owner studies the project from a customer?s perspective. The Product Owners are responsible for managing the product backlog and securing its visibility all the time. On the other hand, the Scrum Master is responsible to motivate the team and help remove any impediments in order to facilitate the timely completion of the project.

    • Business Analyst
    • Project Manager
    • Product Manager
    • Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

    For a detailed overview of the CSPO career path, click here. 

  • Your next step in your Agile journey after earning your foundational CSPO certification and a year of experience working as a CSPO on a Scrum Team is to achieve your Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner? (A-CSPO?) certification.

  • Through this membership, you can join local user groups, online social networks, gain access to deep discounts on gatherings, and additional member-only resources. In addition, CSPOs get to use a specially designed logo to highlight their credentials.

  • Here are some of the top industries and companies that have hired Product Owners: 

    Information Technology:

    • Dell
    • Oracle
    • Infosys
    • Siemens
    • Honeywell
    • Accenture
    • Cisco Systems
    • Tata Consultancy Services Ltd
    • Hewlett Packard Enterprise
    • J.P. Morgan Chase & Co

    Telecom:

    • Nokia Siemens Networks Ltd
    • Transaction Network Services

    Healthcare:

    • GE Healthcare
    • Siemens Healthineers
    • MediQuire
    • Evolent Health 

    Financial:

    • Societe Generale Global Solution Centre
    • Fidelity Investments
    • PayPal
    • Mastercard
    • Axis Bank 

    Manufacturing:

    • ASSA ABLOY Group

    Education:

    • Blackboard Inc.

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