Certified Scrum Product Owner (ONLINE)
Certified Scrum Product Owner Course - Mike Cohn
eXponential Business Agility (XBA) Practitioner
Flight Levels Systems Architecture (FLSA)
Kanban System Design [KMP1] - Helen Meek
Many teams and organisations are adopting Scrum to dramatically improve their ability to develop software. However, Agile teams need to be building the right software, and to be truly Agile, they also need to be regularly fed with well-shaped requirements. The Product Owner is a critical ingredient of a Scrum team, shaping what they build and a key influence on team achievement.
Communicate a vision, optimize the product backlog and deliver success with your team. Just because you have an agile team capable of moving quickly doesn't mean they are moving toward the right goal. Product Owners are responsible for pointing teams toward the right targets, and Product Owner certification ensures you have the right skills to guide your team.
XBA generates self-managing value streams that continuously prioritise bottlenecks to dramatically accelerate top-line business throughput for their portfolio as a whole. It integrates Product, Feature and Systems teams and forms one of XSCALE’s four interlocking practice-pattern languages. De-scale your bureaucratic hierarchy into an exponential business culture of self-organising teams in self-managing streams. Embrace, leverage and generate change!
Agile is cool, agile is trendy! Scrum, Kanban, SAFe, MorE or LeSS… Teams are trained up and down so that the company finally becomes agile in the market. However, most of the time NOTHING happens! In this training we get to the heart of the question what it takes for an organization to achieve real business agility.
The Kanban method focuses on making incremental, iterative changes that evolve business processes into more efficient and manageable work streams while avoiding the risks associated with complex change programmes. This interactive 2-day workshop, accredited by the Lean-Kanban University, provides a thorough grounding in the principles and practices of Kanban.