agile42

Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) training a
Bologna, Italia – 09 giugno 2016

Bologna

Corso di formazione di 2 giorni a Bologna con il coach di agile42 Andrea Tomasini. Il corso consentirà la certificazione CSPO di Scrum Alliance.


Tipo di corso Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) training
Date Dal 09 giugno 2016 al 10 giugno 2016 (2 giorni)
Prossimo corso disponibile: Training per Certificazione Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) a Bologna, Italia, 2016-11-21
Luogo Hotel Bologna Fiera managed by UNAWAY a Bologna, Italia
Orari first day: 9:00 - 18:00; second day: 9:00 - 17:00
Lingua italiano
Insegnante Andrea Tomasini
Indirizzo del luogo
Hotel Bologna Fiera managed by UNAWAY
Piazza della Costituzione 1
40128 Bologna
Tel. + 39 051 41666
Fax: +39 051 41665
una.bolognafiera@unawayhotels.it
Descrizione
The Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) class is a two-day learning experience covering the Scrum framework, Agile principles, and real-world Product Management practices to deliver world-class products.

“This was by far the best professional course that I've attended. If all were this engaging I'd attend many more. Thank you!" -- Karen R., Data Operation Manager

Why choose agile42?
  • Engaging: Our courses are highly interactive and fun -- not a PowerPoint assault
  • Best instructors: Our instructors have decades of experience using Scrum in hundreds of organizations large and small
  • Practical and memorable: participants learn through hands-on exercises, creating high knowledge retention
  • Learn by doing: you will apply all the Scrum practices in a practical, fun and memorable Scrum project
What our participants are saying:
“I can honestly say this was hands down the best training class I have ever attended. You guys do an amazing job facilitating and keeping people interested. I am so excited to use the new tools in my toolbox for my sprint planning on Monday." -- Stephanie C., Project Manager

Training Topics:
  • Lean & Agile Principles
  • Scrum Values & Principles
  • Scrum framework core elements: roles, activities, and artifacts
  • Techniques for building a compelling product vision
  • Building a visualizing a long-term product roadmap
  • User Story Mapping: creating a shared understanding of customer needs
  • Practical methods to understand your key customer segments
  • Defining a Minimum Viable Product (MVP)
  • User Stories: eliciting and clearly defining stakeholder needs
  • Splitting user stories: patterns to decompose large features
  • Models and techniques for prioritizing product features
  • Release planning for predictable delivery via Agile estimating and planning
  • Effective ways to do Product Backlog refinement/grooming
  • Sprint Planning and the Sprint backlog
  • Communicating Portfolio & Product status – making it easily visible
  • The Sprint Review (Demo): valuable feedback from stakeholders
  • Retrospectives: achieving continuous process improvement
  • Scaling Scrum to multiple teams

PMI PDUs
Participants earn 14 PDUs from the PMI, which can be applied to Project Management Professional (PMP) and PMI-Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) designations.
Participants also earn 14 Scrum Education Units (SEUs) toward the Certified Scrum Professional (CSP) designation from the Scrum Alliance.
Andrea Tomasini Andrea Tomasini
Certificazioni: CSM, CSPO, CSP, CSC, CST
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Andrea is one of the founders of agile42. He has been working in the software development and product management as well as the process optimization arena for more than 15 years.

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