Certified Scrum Product Owner® (CSPO) Certification


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Certified Scrum Product Owner® (CSPO) Certification
2 days  (Instructor Led Online)  |  Scrum

Course Details

In the Certified Scrum Product Owner® (CSPO) certification course, you will get the understanding of Agile and Scrum, as well as the specific skills necessary to become a successful CSPO.


The students will be able to:

  • Understand and describe the Scrum basics (the Scrum Glow, the core components of the Scrum framework and the Scrum vocabulary).
  • Describe and define the Roles and Responsibilities in a Scrum based team, particularity the role of the Product Owner.
  • Understand why there is no project manager and no agile product manager.
  • Understand the importance of having the product vision as an overarching goal and how the vision can be shaped.
  • Understand the relationship between vision and product roadmap.
  • Accurately estimate the backlog.
  • Define and understand the product backlog and its essentials – DEEP (Detailed appropriately, Estimated, Emergent, and Prioritized).
  • Prioritize the product backlog
  • Understand the goal of release management.
  • How to collaborate during Sprint planning.


Module 1: Introducing Agile Principles

  • Define Agile values and principles
  • Contrast Waterfall and Agile product development philosophies
  • Confront the challenges of adopting Agile
  • Learn to set up cross-functional Agile teams

Module 2: Defining the Scrum Framework

  • The core Scrum framework, team, artifacts, and ceremonies
  • Applying core Scrum Values
  • Leveraging checks and balances

Module 3: Scrum Ceremonies and Artifacts

  • Create a Product Backlog
  • Implement a Sprint Backlog
  • Develop potentially shippable product increment
  • Organize Spring Planning meetings and Daily Scrums
  • Demonstrate products in Sprint Reviews
  • Participate in the Sprint Retrospective

Module 4: Defining the Product Owner Role

  • Develop a product vision and strategy
  • Integrate Agile and waterfall teams
  • Estimate product scope and delivery
  • Engage stakeholders, customers, and end-users in product development and delivery
  • Develop positive and strong working relationships with Scrum teams
  • Track, manage, and communicate through the right Agile metrics

Module 5: Building Your Product Backlog

  • Distinguish between product Vision and Product Strategy
  • Validate and revise your Product Vision through research
  • Articulate clear and measurable outcomes
  • Build and continuously refine the Product Backlog
  • Rank Product Backlog item priority at the release, product, and project levels
  • Utilize Must Have, Should Have, Could Have, Won’t Have (MoSCoW) and other prioritization techniques
  • Apply the Pareto principle to release planning

Module 6: Owning the Product Backlog

  • Develop products with progressive elaboration
  • Define appropriate acceptance criteria
  • Estimate business value through relative measurement
  • Continuously refine and reorder your Product Backlog

Module 7: Developing a Product Roadmap

  • Choose the right Agile product release strategy
  • Focus on continuous program, product, and project improvement
  • Release products with Minimal Marketable Features

Target Audience

  • Individuals that are the link between the development team and the stakeholders. Individuals that have roles on the business side.