On our interactive Scrum Alliance Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner ™ course you’ll consider the more global aspects of product ownership – how to navigate a complex product development landscape, how to apply lean principles, and what aspects of your personal growth to focus on. This will involve learning a range of advanced tools in areas such as working with stakeholders, facilitation, collaboration techniques, scaling, advanced product validation, and advanced product backlog management.
27 September3 days, 09:30 AM BST - 03:30 PM BST
25 October3 days, 09:30 AM BST - 03:30 PM BST
22 November3 days, 09:30 AM GMT - 03:30 PM GMT
You’ll experience a combination of workshop, applied learning on the job and reflective learning as part of online group coaching sessions.
The workshop includes interactive exercises, real-life examples, and lively discussion. It will push you, challenge you, and get you thinking. But the most effective learning, the kind that permanently changes you, happens when you apply techniques and knowledge and reflect on your results. So following the workshop you’ll have access to optional online coaching sessions in which you can reflect on how you are applying your knowledge and skills.
Why this course?
Deepen your knowledge of the Product Owner role within Scrum - the most popular Agile framework and continue your agile training journey
Become a Scrum Alliance Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner
Gain the best Advanced Scrum Product Owner certification and the most recognised and in demand certification from employers and recruiters
Take a significant step in your agile journey to Certified Scrum Professional and agile coaching certification of Certified Team or Enterprise Coach
What you'll come away with
After successfully completing the course, you will be designated as a Scrum Alliance Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner.
You will be equipped to operate effectively in a more Agile product-based organisation – driven by product outcomes and metrics, supported by results driven approaches, and informed by insights into human based biases and behaviours.
You will be able to:
Use effective techniques to collaborate as a member of a cross-functional Scrum Team
Use techniques to identify your key stakeholders
Use a range of techniques for engaging with stakeholders
Recognise when to act as a facilitator for stakeholders
Apply group facilitation techniques
Identify when a group is engaged in divergent thinking or convergent thinking
Discuss the impact of different technical practices on maximising business value
Understand different scaling frameworks and approaches
Identify purpose or strategy to foster alignment and shared ownership
Plan a product release based on content from a roadmap, market segmentation or window
Connect teams directly to customers and users to build deeper understanding and empathy
Visualise and communicate product and feature ideas and assumptions
Incorporate testing assumptions into the Scrum framework
Develop hypotheses for a given target user/customer segment
Maximise outcome and impact to the business, user, and market whilst minimising output for a product/feature idea
Use different techniques to model and measure value
Use at least four factors to order a product backlog, and different techniques to structure its contents
What topics are covered?
Product definition and organisational impact
In-depth exploration of the Product Owner role and implementation patterns
Mapping and working with Stakeholders
Neuroscience-based collaboration techniques
Group facilitation techniques
Scaling approaches and patterns(e.g. SAFe, LeSS)
Managing dependencies or reducing/removing dependencies between teams
Visualising dependencies between teams
Large-scale participatory meeting formats
Cogitative bias that influences individual and Product decision making
Vision to value
Identifying target markets, looking at problem / solution fit and product market fit
Exploring user jobs to be done
Where to start with a Product – push v’s pull
Creating Product tests
Getting early feedback using marketing and prototypes to drive Product research
Quantifying value and return on investment
Comparative cost of delay
This course is for Scrum Product Owner’s with at least a year’s experience in the role. You must have Agile experience as the course will build on your experiences in order to deepen your understanding of Agile and yourself.
Following successful completion of this course, participants will be designated as Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owners.
- High quality instruction from our Certified Scrum Trainers and Certified Agile Coaches with many years experience of training Scrum and very importantly implementing Scrum in the real world.
- Course materials and, for virtual courses, access to the BeLiminal Learning Management System and online content created during the course
- Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner® on successful completion
- 2 years’ membership of the Scrum Alliance worth $100
- Membership of our BeLiminal alumni community where you can receive help and support from the BeLiminal coaches and fellow alumni
- Access to exclusive resources
- Loyalty discount for future courses
- Loyalty discount for personal/life coaching
- 14 Category B Professional Development Units (PDUs) can be claimed for this course
- 16 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours and CPD certificate
- 16 Scrum Education Units (SEUs)
Attendees should re-familiarise themselves with the Scrum Guide and conduct the pre-course reading.
- You will already be a Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO).
- At least 1 years’ experience working as a Scrum Product Owner.