The role of Scrum Product Owner is perhaps the most extensive and demanding role in the scrum process. Product Owners are at the center of things. Within a project, the Product Owner must possess certain essential qualities:
In order to be able to make the right decisions it is crucial to be informed, and to have the ability to be able to communicate with the network of stakeholders. The Scrum Product Owner training course addresses all subjects that help to shape this role successfully. During this training course theory and, above all, practice are highlighted. Practical cases, exercises and sparring with other professionals are central to this. The first section of the course deals with the following: the philosophy behind Agile; the division of roles between the business and IT; exploring the agile methods of Scrum and DSDM Atern; roles within Agile (Business Sponsor, Business Visionary, Scrum Master and Product Owner). The second section of the Scrum Product Owner training course focuses on applying and doing. Theory becomes clear through challenging, pragmatic exercises and a simulation game. Participants gain insight into the impact of developing in short cycles, iteratively and incrementally.
You learn the benefits that the Agile philosophy and working with Scrum can offer above traditional development methods. The training course addresses the responsibilities of the Product Owner. It also looks at the responsibilities of other roles. After all, a scrum project stands or falls by a motivated team in which all roles are represented. This training course allows you to develop the following insights and skills:
You have read the Scrum Guide and/or you have participated in the Agile Scrum Foundation training course.
This training course is a must for anyone who wants to be (or already is) a Product Owner. Perhaps your current role is team leader, project leader or business analyst.
Having followed this training course, you will be able to take the official EXIN Agile Scrum Product Owner exam. The exam covers 40 questions, of which at least 26 questions (65%) must be answered correctly. Successful candidates will be awarded the Agile Scrum Product Owner certificate (e-Competence Framework).