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Professional Scrum Product Owner (PSPO)

October 24 @ 8:00 am - October 25 @ 5:00 pm

$1,250.00 – $1,395.00
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Early Bird
$ 1,250.00
General Admission
$ 1,395.00

Course Summary

The Professional Scrum Product Owner Workshop is a 15-hour training course that covers the principles of Scrum and agility, the role of the Product Owner, building and sustaining a product vision, and managing a Product Backlog. The workshop dives deep into the role of the Product Owner, going beyond simple product backlog management.

Who Should Attend

The Scrum Product Owner Training will be most useful to individuals who are responsible for managing products including product managers, business analysts, managers, and project managers. Scrum Masters also develop mastery of product development thinking and tools.

  • Product managers looking to apply Agile and Scrum to develop great products ​
  • Business analysts who support Product Owners or who want to broaden their product management skills​
  • Managers who want to leverage Agile product management to deliver better products
  • Business-focused project managers who develop products
  • Scrum Masters who want to increase their mastery and improve their coaching for Product Owners

Course Outline

  • Scrum Review – The WHYs
  • The Role of the Product Owner
  • Growing and Realizing the Product Vision
  • Managing the Product Backlog
  • Planning Releases
  • PO Patterns and Anti-Patterns
  • Getting Started

Key Learning Outcomes

Following this training, participants will be able to:

  1. Quantify value to validate product vision
  2. Introduce Lean Startup concepts, including MVPs, MMPs, and Hypothesis-Driven Development
  3. Evaluate portfolio options – TCO, ROI, etc.
  4. Effectively manage Product Backlogs
  5. Forecast product releases


  • Everyone hears the same message and learns common Agile & Scrum terminology
  • The class can accommodate up to 30 participants total
  • This 2 half-day course is highly experiential with numerous hands-on exercises