It’s a blend of both.
We need to introduce aspiring product owners to Scrum theory and the scrum framework. Much of day one focuses on bringing it all together from a scrum perspective so that product owners can understand how the roles, events, and artefacts of Scrum work.
The theoretical elements continue with the role of the product owner.
You’ll be working with concepts like product vision, mission, and purpose. You’ll focus on why a great product needs building and what specifically needs to be developed or addressed for that to happen.
You will understand why the product owner role exists in theory and why the product owner is such a powerful figure in a scrum team.
Product Owners influence others a great deal and their product vision leads the way.
You will work through each of the tools, models, and frameworks that product owners use to create and capture a product roadmap.
The practical elements exist to help embed the knowledge and skillset.
Once you understand the why and the what, you will actively work in groups to create a product vision and road map.
You will actively work with the tools, models, and frameworks to populate your ideas for a product’s growth and development.
You will work in teams to create, cultivate, and nurture ideas from concept to cache.
Agile Centre take things a step further in the CSPO course by having discussions around each of these theoretical and practical exercises.
The discussions help embed the learning and they also develop your understanding of your own and other people’s actions in a scrum environment.
A large part of the product owner’s role involves communication.
Communication within the scrum team, communication with customers, communication with product stakeholders, and communication with the marketplace itself.
Our classroom discussions allow you to practice voicing your opinions and questioning others about their experiences and thought processes.
So, the CSPO course is theoretical, practical and involves a great deal of discussion around both the concepts and exercises to help you embed the knowledge and skillset.
Frequently Asked Product Ownership Questions
- What is the difference between a Product Owner and a Project Manager?
- How is a product owner different to a product manager?
- Is a product owner a member of the development team?
- Do you need project management experience to be a Product Owner?
- How does a Product Owner integrate into a Scrum Team?
- Do project managers traditionally make great product owners?
- Is the product owner role a great fit for people in creative industries?
- Is there different levels of seniority for product owners?
- What are career opportunities for a Product Owner?
- What do Product Owners do?
- Do you need to be a developer to be a product owner for a software company?
- Can you create a Product Ownership role in a company that doesn’t do Scrum?
- What are some great traits of a product owner?
- How will I know if a product owner role is a great fit for me?
- Do product owners attend daily scrums?
- Do product owners interact and engage with project stakeholders?
- How does a product owner integrate into a marketing team?
- Do entrepreneurs make great product owners?
Frequently Asked Product Owner Training Questions
- What is a Certified Scrum Product Owner?
- Will I be able to lead product development after doing a CSPO course?
- What will you learn on a CSPO course?
- How well recognised and respected is the CSPO course?
- What do you need to know to sign up for the CSPO course?
- How well does a CSPO course prepare you to be a product owner?
- Do I get textbooks and course materials as part of my CSPO course?
- What would be a good certification path for a Product Owner?
- Are there different CSPO certifications and how do they differ?
- How long is the CSPO course and how is it configured?
- Is the CSPO course theoretical or practical?
- Do companies invest in CSPO courses or is it primarily individuals?
- How do I progress as a Product Owner?
- Would you recommend the CSPO course for entrepreneurs?