Become a true mentor, visionar and process champion for the team

For every entrepreneur and start-up, the challenge as a product owner is build effective product design as desired and in time. But normally this does not happen. As a product owner and project manager, we face challenges while implementing or managing the projects. Some of the crucial challenges are:


  • Defining Product Vision
  • Time Management
  • Command and Control vs Adapt and Inspect
  • Short Term vs Long term goals
  • Direction and Delivery of Project
  • Analysis of Customer Needs


Scrum as a method of learning and developing your team? As we know, the goal of any organization is to have high-performing, cross-functional teams. Now a-days, most of the IT organizations have successfully used this for creating high-performing, cross-functional teams. This changed the outlook of software development, innovating the scope of work. This has revolutionized businesses for team building and development to increase productivity and effectiveness.

The scrum master is responsible for making sure that the team lives by the values and practices. He helps product owner to create a balance as a process owner for the team and does anything possible to help the team perform at their highest level. He is a true mentor, visionary and process champion for the team and not a mere manager, guru or a project administrator.


Key Learning Objectives from CSPO (Certified Scrum Product Owner) Training are as follows:

  • Understanding the Role of the Product Owner
  • Describing Purpose and Strategy
  • Understanding Customers and Users
  • Testing Product Assumptions
  • Working with the Product Backlog

Two-day training program

The Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) is a two-day training program. Each course day starts at 8:30 and ends at 17:30, and includes a 30-minute lunch break and an afternoon break.


Scrum Basics

  • Scrum Flow, the core components of the Scrum framework, and the Scrum vocabulary
  • The principles/legs of empirical process control
  • The work culture Scrum creates

Roles & Responsibilities

  • Scope of the Product Owner, ScrumMaster and the team role in detail
  • Understand why there is no project manager and no agile product manager

Product Vision

  • Importance of having the product vision as an overarching goal galvanizing the entire Scrum team
  • Desirable qualities of the vision and how it can be shaped
  • Importance of carrying out just enough prep work
  • Relationship between vision and product roadmap


  • The different estimation levels in Scrum
  • The accuracy of an estimate or precision of the estimate
  • Estimates of size and duration
  • Impact of pressuring team members to provide low estimates
  • Difference between estimating and committing

Product Backlog

  • What is product backlog
  • Product backlog grooming


  • Importance and benefits of prioritizing the product backlog
  • Implications of saying everything is mandatory
  • Prioritization decisions
  • Factors for proper prioritization of a product backlog
  • Understand how much latitude to give a team in adjusting the sequence of work

Release Management

  • The goals and how to of release planning


  • The product owners role in Scrum meetings, and how the Product Owner and Team collaborate
  • Why sprints are time boxed and protected
  • Understand the concept of sustainable pace. Understand team commitment
  • TypeTraining
  • Period 2 days
  • Maximum number of participants:18
  • Level:Awareness, Foundation, Advanced, Master
  • Language:
  • Lunch included:No
  • Exam:Yes
  • Incompany:Yes