Product Owner Fundamentals - Foundations of Product Ownership


Are you a Product Manager who has suddenly found themselves in the Product Owner role but you aren't sure where to start? If so, Product Owner Fundamentals - Foundations of Product Ownership, is the perfect course for you because you will learn why the Product Owner role is so critical to a Scrum Team's success and why most teams will fail without a skilled Product Owner. First, you will learn the theories and values underlying the Scrum Framework and how you can use these theories to create competitive products for your market. Next, you will learn how the Product Owner can work more effectively with the other roles of the Scrum Team so that the entire team is collaborating to produce great work. Finally, you'll learn how to create a compelling vision for your product that can be communicated to your team in a clear and concise way and that will motivate them to put forth their best efforts to deliver a great product. When you're finished with this course, you'll not only understand why the Product Owner role is so critical to the success of a team using the Scrum Framework, but you'll also have learned specific strategies that you can use in the role to help your team deliver great software

Who Should Attend

Aspiring Product Owner skilled enough to help their team deliver great products.


Have a computer preferably a laptop with any operating system: Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux


Course Content Include:

  • The Agile Landscape
  • Agile Myth Busting
  • Scrum Is a Framework, Not a Process
  • Understanding the Underlying Values of Scrum
  • Combining Incremental and Iterative Development
  • Moving On
  • Three Facets of Product Ownership
  • The Capacity of a Product Owner
  • Exploring the Dynamics Between the Scrum Master and Product Owner
  • Understanding the Role of the Development Team
  • First Among Equals
  • Moving On
  • Understanding the Elements of a Product Vision
  • Recognizing the Traits of a Great Product Vision
  • Discovering Your Product Strategy
  • Identifying Your Users and Their Needs
  • Describing Your Product and Its Goals
  • Crafting the Vision Statement
  • Becoming the Champion for Your Product
  • Wrapping Up

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