Certified Product Owner 

CSPO

Designed for those on the "business side" of Agile projects, our Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) class is a great way to learn the Scrum terminology, practices, and principles that will enable you to successfully fulfill the role of Product Owner on a Scrum team. Learn how to prioritize requirements and deliver the best product possible while satisfying all your stakeholders.

 

We offer CSPO classes across the United States, making it a great option for individuals and small teams to get training. Just check out our upcoming classes or Contact Us to find out when we'll be in your area. For large teams and organizations, we'll happily come onsite and provide a class just for you. Check out our Agile Services page for more about onsite training options.

About the Scrum Product Owner Class & Certification

Like it's partner, the ever-popular Certified Scrum Master class, our Certified Product Owner workshop utilizes a variety of proven education and retention techniques to help ensure your new knowledge and skills with stick with you long after you leave class. This interactive workshop avoids the traditional "death by PowerPoint", relying instead on hands-on activities to  keep the class and material engaging and memorable.

Our CSPO class is sanctioned and supported by the Scrum Alliance, the original certifying body for Scrum training worldwide. Following successful completion of our class, you will receive your certification. No exam required!

CSPO Learning Objectives

The following categories will be covered during the Certified Scrum Product Owner class:

  • The Role of the Product Owner

    • Fundamentals of the Product Owner Role

    • Working with Stakeholders

    • Working with the Development Team

    • Product Ownership with Multiple Teams

  • Purpose and Strategy

    • Product Strategy

    • Roadmaps and Release Planning
  • Understanding Customers and Users

    • Customer Research and Product Discovery

  • Testing Product Assumptions​

  • Working with the Product Backlog

    • Differentiating Outcome and Output

    • Defining Value

    • Prioritizing Items

    • Creating and Refining Items

For more detailed information and subtopics, you can find a complete list of learning objectives on the Scrum Alliance website.