PSPO – Professional Scrum Product Owner
Date And Time
Monday, Oct 28, 2019, 8:30am CDT - 4:30pm CDT
Tuesday, Oct 29, 2019, 8:30am CDT - 4:30pm CDT
Good City Brewing
2108 N Farwell Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53202
Professional Scrum Product Owner (PSPO) is a 2-day course that covers the role and accountability of the Product Owner on a Scrum Team and within the organization.
Professional Scrum Product Owner is THE cutting-edge course for effective Product Ownership. It explores the worldwide challenge that many Scrum implementations run into, i.e. how should business people and product managers engage in Scrum and collaborate with Scrum Development Teams?
The Professional Scrum Product Owner class focuses on the core expectation for Product Owners to maximize the value of the work done for a software product, thereby serving customers, users and the organization.
Agile Product Management
The Scrum Product Owner
Managing Requirements, Products and Releases
Students are challenged to think in terms of Scrum and the Scrum principles to better understand what to do when they return to their workplaces.
Students will have a clear understanding of the mechanics of Scrum and how the role of the Product Owner fits in
Students can act as a Product Owner for Scrum Teams and stakeholders
Students can effectively increase the business agility of their organization
The training may be interesting to all involved in software development upon the Scrum framework, but has been specifically conceived for those responsible over products from a business perspective and taking up the highly accountable role of Scrum Product Owner.
Assessment and certification
The Professional Scrum Product Owner course has two associated credentials: Professional Scrum Product Owner level I (PSPO I) and Professional Scrum Product Owner level II (PSPO II).
All participants completing the Professional Scrum Product Owner course receive a password to take the PSPO I assessment.
These industry-recognized certifications require a minimum passing score on the associated rigorous assessment. Scrum.org maintains a public list with everyone holding a PSPO I and PSPO II credential.
I work with all levels of the organization to optimize your business to respond to change. I am passionate about moving organizations and people closer to agility.
My first experience with "agile", Scrum specifically, was in 2005. I was part of a global transformation team responsible for software customizations driven by a global consolidation of accounting software. We ran into typical implementation challenges and organizational impediments.
Around 2012, my passion for lean, agile, and continuous improvement grew. I left my traditional business analyst and project manager roles behind and evolved into an internal change agent kickstarting an agile transformation. Now in an advising role as an external change agent across many organizations, I promote organizational agility and positive pressure for change.