The product owner is the hardest and the most important role for the success of an agile organization. On this course you’ll learn why the role is important and what makes a successful Product Owner. The course will cover the daily job of a Product Owner: learn how to work with your team throughout the sprint events and how to interact with and involve stakeholders in improving your product.
The role of the Product Owner is shifting from listing requirements to enabling outcome-based thinking for everyone. Great Product Management improves speed and clarity of product on all levels of the organization, from teams to portfolio decision-making. On the course we’ll work with mapping out customer value, iterative thinking, vertical slicing and short feedback loops, to teach you how to maximise the value your organization delivers to customers and to deliver it faster.
The why, what and principles of Agile and Scrum
Levels of vision, epics, features, and stories
Taking the customer perspective
Iterative refinement, prioritisation and backlog management with a focus on early feedback
Using customer-oriented slicing to enable early value delivery
Shortening the testing loops and learning together with customers
Blueprints for product ownership in a multi-team setting
Product Owners, Product Managers and stakeholders working closely with an organization's internal product management.
Duration of the course:
Classroom: 2 days
Online: 4 modules
Language: The course will be held in English, other languages on request
Prerequisites: No prerequisites, but experience in product management and working with agile teams helps
Minimum number of participants: 8
Maximum number of participants: 20
Price: 940€ / 10 250 SEK (excl. VAT) per person
Cancellation policy: Cancellation has to be done 14 days before the course start to avoid costs. Cancellations made later than 14 days prior to the course will be charged 50 % of the course price. In case of no show the full price is charged. The organizer reserves the right to cancel or postpone the course if the minimum number of participants is not reached.