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Agile: Certified Scrum Product Owner (2-Day Workshop)

Class Sessions

Date Location Cost
  • Thu Jul 18, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • Fri Jul 19, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Polya Hall 170B (PHIL) $1,400

Class Code

ITS-2036

Class Description

This experiential workshop will equip you with tools to tackle the formidable but rewarding role of Product Owner. You will gain real practice in class through hands-on exercises, project simulations and live demonstrations.

As a Scrum Product Owner, you are on a first-name basis with your users, have mapped their requirements thoroughly, and know that map like the back of your hand. You know the risk and business value in each user story, and are able to effortlessly assemble a backlog the team can implement. You are always available to the team, and constantly meeting with your users, customers, sponsors, and other stakeholders. No problem!

Upon completion of the workshop, participants earn the Certified Scrum Product Owner certification and 16 Scrum Educational Units (SEUs) through the Scrum Alliance. Additionally, members of the Project Management Institute earn 14 Professional Development Units (PDUs).

Note that for a participant to be eligible for certification by the Scrum Alliance, the participant must attend both days of the workshop in their entirety.

This workshop will be taught by Certified Scrum Trainer Chris Sims, unless otherwise mutually agreed by client and Agile Learning Labs. 


 

Instructor Bio

Chris Sims is a certified scrum trainer, agile coach, and recovering C++ developer who helps organizations improve their productivity and happiness. Chris is the founder of Agile Learning Labs and the co-author of two best-selling scrum books: The Elements of Scrum and Scrum: a Breathtakingly Brief and Agile Introduction. He has published over 50 articles on agile topics at InfoQ, and even more of his writing can be found on the Agile Learning Labs blog. Before starting Agile Learning Labs, Chris made a living in roles such as: scrum master, product owner, engineering manager, project manager, software engineer, musician, and auto mechanic.
 



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