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CSPO Certification Training Course Description
Learning Tree’s CSPO certification training course includes 13 hours of Instructor-Led Training by a Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Trainer (CST). This course will prepare you to become a successful Certified Product Owner and leader to your development team. You will learn to follow Agile principles, the Scrum Framework and apply effective leadership to ensure measurable project outcomes.
- The Scrum Guide will be emailed to students for pre-course reading.
- A Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) leads this course.
- In-person, on-time attendance, and full participation is required for the CST to recommend you to the Scrum Alliance for certification.
- There is no Scrum Alliance or Learning Tree exam.
Industry Credits & Certification
This course offers you the opportunity to earn the following industry credits and certifications:
Your Certified Scrum Trainers (CSTs)
- Vivek Angiras
- Samir Chhibber
- Jesse Fewell
- Aaron Kopel
- Timothy Korson
- Bernie Maloney
- Giora Morein
- Carlton Nettleton
- Bob Payne
- Doug Shimp
- Aakash Srinivasan
- Jason Tanner
Introducing Agile Principles
- Defining Agile values and principles
- Contrasting Waterfall and Agile product development philosophies
- Confronting the challenges of adopting Agile
- Creating a cross-functional team
Defining the Scrum Framework
- Defining the core Scrum Framework
- Core Scrum team, artifacts and ceremonies
Adapting traditional business process to Scrum
- Applying core Scrum Values
- Leveraging checks and balances
Scrum Ceremonies and Artifacts
Defining the core scrum artifacts
- Creating the Product Backlog
- Implementing the Sprint Backlog
- Defining the Definition of Done
- Developing potentially shippable product increment
The core scrum ceremonies
- Product Backlog
- Sprint Planning meeting
- Daily Scrum
- Demonstrating products in Sprint Reviews
- Participating in the Sprint Retrospective
Defining the Product Owner Role
Becoming accountable for product success
- Holding the product vision and strategy
- Integrating Agile and Waterfall Teams
- Estimating product scope and delivery
Communicating throughout the organization
- Engaging Stakeholders, customers and end users in product development and delivery
- Developing positive and strong working relationships with Scrum teams
- Tracking, managing and communicating through the right Agile metrics
Building your Product Backlog
Creating a product vision
- Leveraging your customers and users
- Distinguishing between product vision and product strategy
- Articulating clear and measurable outcomes
- Validating and revising your product vision through research
- Constructing a cover story or vision box
Building and refining the Product Backlog
- Building the Product Backlog
- Continuously refining and ordering the Product Backlog
- Turning ideas into action
Prioritizing the Product Backlog
- Ranking Product Backlog item priority at the release, product and project level
- Utilizing MoSCoW and other prioritization techniques
- Applying the Pareto principle to release planning
- Identifying high-priority items for sprint planning
Owning the Product Backlog
Developing the Product Backlog
- Evolving product requirements with stakeholder engagement
- Developing products with progressive elaboration
- Decomposing epics, features and stories
- Defining appropriate acceptance criteria
Refining the Product Backlog
- Sizing user stories, features and epics
- Estimating business value through relative measurement
- Continually refining and reordering your Product Backlog
Developing a Product Roadmap
Planning for long-term product success
- Comparing Agile product release strategies
- Adapting to changing requirements
- Focusing on continuous program, product/project improvement
Refining product delivery
- Comparing iterative and incremental delivery
- Releasing products with Minimal Marketable Features
- Facilitating frequent product release
CSPO® Certification Training Course FAQs
What is the CSPO Certification Value?
Scrum Alliance® certifications fulfill the vision of the Agile Manifesto by fostering greater collaboration, productivity, and success among team members. The Certified Scrum Product Owner® Certification from Scrum Alliance is a validation of your commitment to ongoing excellence in your Agile journey and makes you eligible to take on Product Owner responsibilities and lead successful projects.
What is the difference between a Product Owner and a Scrum Master?
The Product Owner is accountable for the vision, scope, and scale of the product. The Product Owner is the voice of the stakeholders, continuously refining requirements, and managing the backlog. The Scrum Master shields the team from distractions and interferences, enabling progress, and enforces Agile practices.
What is the average Scrum Product Owner salary?
The national average salary for a Scrum Product Owner is $96,746 in United States.
What are typical Scrum Product Owner responsibilities?
The product Owner is responsible for managing the product backlog and product backlog visibility. He/she ensures the business value of the product.
How do I receive my PMI PDU credits?
Follow the directions on our PMI PDU page for instructions on how to submit for PDU credit.
How do I get credit for my CompTIA CEUs?
Log into your CompTIA account and submit your CEUs through their continuing education portals.