Agile Product Ownership Training (ICP-APO Certification)

Course 3646

  • Duration: 3 days
  • Language: English
  • 18 PMI PDUs
  • Level: Intermediate

If you are a Business Analyst working in Agile projects, this ICAgile accredited course will help you understand how to operate in an Agile environment so that you are better equipped to deliver value to your organization. As an Agile Business Analyst you will learn how to build the right products, for the right customers, at the right time while reducing waste.

  • This course builds on your existing knowledge of both Agile and business analysis - you need to have a good understanding and experience in both to get the maximum benefit from attending this course. The skills you will need are covered in our Agile Fundamentals course.

Agile Product Ownership Training Delivery Methods

  • After-course instructor coaching benefit
  • Attend online, in person, or bring this course to your facility

Agile Product Ownership Training Course Benefits

Understand the responsibilities for product ownershipContribute as the business analyst role in Agile software teams Use lightweight modeling techniques Derive user stories from analysis models such as process models, class diagrams, state transition diagrams, and other tools of the analysis trade Integrate requirements management into an Agile software development process Utilize guidelines and practices for designing and deploying an effective Agile business analysis process

Agile Product Ownership Training Outline

  • The Business Problem
  • Exercises overview
  • Agile Manifesto and Product Ownership
  • Cynefin Framework
  • Requirements are inherently unstable
  • Recap of the Agile mind-set
  • Why product ownership is needed
  • Value Management and Delivery Teams
  • What makes a good Product Owner?
  • Building a useful backlog
  • Octopus Framework
  • Where do good ideas come from?
  • The Concept Phase
  • Case Study Exercise – Concept Workshop
  • What makes a “good” product?
  • Menlo Innovations High-tech Anthropology Personas
  • Design Thinking Skills
  • Run a Design Thinking Workshop
  • Product Roadmap
  • Kano Analysis
  • Backbone of the story map
  • Identify Epics and features
  • Technical story
  • Fill in the stories
  • Prioritize the map
  • Another look at epics/features/activities
  • Solution Design & Definition of Done
  • Story Slicing
  • What Artifacts are Valuable
  • Story Elaboration
  • Testing to validate quality and value
  • Release Frequently
  • Velocity is not necessarily value
  • The Business Analysis Core Concept Model (IIBA)
  • The Agile Extension to the BABOK
  • Why we need analysis in Agile, retrospective
  • Five principles of the Agile Business Analyst

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