Professional Scrum Product Owner – Advanced
Corresponds With PSPO II Certification
This two-day Professional Product Owner – Advanced (PSPO-A) course focuses on helping experienced practitioners expand their ability to establish a solid vision, validate their hypotheses and ultimately deliver more value to their stakeholders. It is intended for Product Owners who are looking to grow their knowledge and abilities.
This course is an interactive, experiential workshop where you explore topics through a series of exercises and discussions. You should have at least one year of Product Owner experience and practical knowledge of Scrum in order to participate in and benefit from these exercises.
Assessment and Certification
All participants completing the Professional Scrum Product Owner – Advanced course receive a password to take the PSPO II assessment and are entitled to a discount on the PSPO III assessment.
These industry-recognized certifications require a minimum passing score on the associated rigorous assessment.
Who Should Attend
This is an advanced course specifically designed for Product Owners and product managers who have practical experience managing or owning a product.
It is also beneficial to Scrum Masters and stakeholders who work with Product Owners. It is particularly beneficial for those with at least one year of building products with a Scrum Team.
The Product Owner’s role is multifaceted, requiring the practitioner to engage in behaviors and adopt mindsets beyond the core of Agility and the Scrum Framework. This course surfaces these behaviors by challenging you to adopt several different Product Owner stances:
Customer Representative – focusing on understanding customer problems, challenges and potential opportunities.
Visionary – communicating the vision, future state and possibilities in ways that foster common understanding.
Experimenter – focusing on innovation, hypothesis testing and validating potential value to spark product innovation.
Influencer – communicating with and influencing stakeholders, customers and the Scrum Team to act with common purpose.
Collaborator – seeking input, ideas and feedback from others.
Decision-maker – focusing on creating maximum impact by making clear choices and decisions.
Dates and locations to be announced.