Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner With Matt Roadnight & Colin Bird
Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner with Zia Malik
Agile Metrics, Forecasting & Predictability Workshop
Applying Metrics for Predictability (AMP)
Architecture with Agility
BDD in Action - an introduction to BDD from start to finish
Better User Stories
Product Ownership is pivotal to maximise the value delivered by the Scrum Team. If you have the CSPO certification and are looking to provide even better outcomes for your customers and business then this course is for you.
3 day virtual sessions
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.
“When will it be done?” “How many items will I get in the next release?” “When will all of the items in the backlog be completed?” Those are some of the first questions that your customers will ask you once you start work for them.
4 x 3-hour live virtual sessions
“When will it be done?” “How many items will I get in the next release?” “When will all of the items in the backlog be completed?” These are some of the questions that are most important to your customers. Applying Metrics for Predictability Workshop provides you with the tools you need to answer these questions predictably.
Architecture with Agility introduces a broad curriculum for modern software architects. It explores development process models, architectural styles, requirements techniques, sufficient modelling techniques, design patterns and testing practices.
6 hours of content
STOP making mistakes that cause delays, make life frustrating, and stop you doing your best work. -DON'T lose hours in backlog refinement meetings. -STOP endless discussions about what a story needs to do. -SPLIT stories once… don't split them again, and again, and again.