Scrum is a methodology that focuses on the business value customers get from the product being developed. Teams aim to achieve the outlined product vision and to satisfy customer needs quickly and in a good quality.
The Scrum ProductOwner is the one to define this product vision, which requirements fit in it and what their priorities are. ProductOwner combines understanding of business processes and factors with technology specifics, so that (s)he can successfully convey customer requirements to the team and to verify they are fulfilled after the sprint.
This one-day training focuses on the specifics of the ProductOwner role in all phases of the Scrum process to give participants:
- Overall understanding of the ProductOwner role
- The basic functions of the role in different phases of the process
- Comfort with the basic concepts around the ProductOwner job
This training is intended for people who are new to Scrum and the role of a ProductOwner. The training is a good fit if you are:
- A business analyst aspiring to step into more responsibility as a ProductOwner of a team
- A business owner who wants to apply Scrum in the organization, while keeping product decisions on your side
- Business domain experts who want to work effectively with Scrum teams
- Anyone who wants to learn more about the role of the ProductOwner
The training combines theory with some practical games and role plays to support learning. The group contains 6-15 participants.
Scrum and the role of the ProductOwner
- Scrum process and the role of the ProductOwner
- Interaction between ProductOwner, ScrumMaster, and Scrum team
- The importance of having a product vision
- Product backlog
- Release planning
ProductOwner Role in Scrum Phases
- Backlog item definition – methods, advantages and disadvantages (user stories, functional and non-functional requirements, acceptance criteria)
- Presenting the sprint backlog to the team
- Engagement with the team, requirement clarifications, planning
- Work with stakeholders
- Review of the sprint results
- When a requirement is done
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