Product Owner - Alten Netherlands

Product Owner

PRODUCT OWNER

Product Owner is the most crucial role in the Scrum framework. The Product Owner prioritises, sharpens focus, works in close cooperation with the team, balances between the stakeholders’ various needs, customers, end users, the Scrum team, and ensures maximum return on investment.
During this dynamic, two-day training course, participants are introduced to the role of Product Owner. Which tasks and responsibilities does this role entail? What challenges can one expect, both in the organisation and in the Scrum team, along the way? Participants will also set to work with tools & methods (canvas board, personas, gathering problems & design thinking) so as to respond to the wishes of customers & end users.

After completing the training, participants will have a clear picture of the role of Product Owner and have the ability to excel in this role. Furthermore, participants will be in a position to obtain the Professional Scrum Product Owner Certification (PSO I ).

Topics:

  • Agile & Scrum
  • Product Development in Agile Environment
  • Product Backlog Management
  • Stakeholder Management
  • Writing User Stories
  • Planning & Estimating
  • Target group

This training is ideal for those who:

  • wish to continue their professional development;
  • fulfil or will fulfil the role of Product Owner;
  • are responsible for product development;
  • are engaged/involved in the product development process;

Duration, number of participants and training location

The training comprises two days. The maximum number of participants depends on where the training is provided, which can be on site at the client’s address or in one of our own training centres.

Fee

Fees are available upon request. For more information please contact our Academy based in your region, send an e-mail or complete the contact form at the bottom of this page.

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