Professional Scrum Product Owner — Advanced (PSPO ІI)This two-day course focuses on helping experienced practitioners expand their ability to establish a solid vision, validate their hypotheses, and ultimately deliver more value to their stakeholders. The PSPO-A course is intended for Product Owners who are looking to grow their knowledge and abilities.
- For Product Owners
- For Product Managers experienced in Product Management or Ownership
- For Scrum Masters
- For stakeholders working with Product Owners
- For everyone who has been working on product development with or as part of the Scrum Team for at least a year
- How to best identify and serve various groups of stakeholders
- How to use vision, value, and validation to create a competitive advantage for any product
- What competencies are expected of a Product Owner
- How to adopt several different Product Owner stances: Customer Representative, Visionary, Experimenter, Influencer, Collaborator and Decision Maker.
- Have studied the Scrum Guide (required)
- Passed the Scrum Open assessment
- Have a solid understanding of Scrum either through working on a Scrum Team or through taking part in a Professional Scrum Product Owner I, Professional Scrum Master I, II, or similar course
- Have been on or are closely involved in building or enhancing a software product or application using Scrum
- Have read one of the Scrum books of Ken Schwaber or the book “Scrum – A Pocket Guide” by Gunther Verheyen
The Professional Scrum Product Owner – Advanced course has two associated credentials: Professional Scrum Product Owner level I (PSPO I) and Professional Scrum Product Owner level II (PSPO II).
All participants receive a password to take the PSPO II assessment and are entitled to a 40% discount on the PSPO III assessment.
If you use your password within 14 days and do not get at least 85% (minimum passing score), we will give you another try at no additional cost.
A list of PSPO I and PSPO II certificate holders is published on Scrum.org.
For participation in the training (even if the test fails), students receive 14 PDU points from the Project Management Institute (PMI).
Understanding your products
Who are your customers?
Connecting product features to customer outcomes
Communicating the product vision and strategy
Value and pricing models
Innovation and experimentation
Stakeholders and stakeholder management
Agile governance, budgeting, and contracting in relation to Scrum
Scaling the Product Owner role
Trainer — Magdalena Firlit
Magdalena Firlit – Scrum and Agile coach, consultant, trainer, mentor, life and business coach (certified trainer, ICF postgraduate student). With PST accreditation from Scrum.org, Magdalena can provide certified trainings like Professional Scrum Master, Professional Agile Leadership – Essentials, and Professional Scrum Foundations.
- 21+ years of professional experience.
- Collaborated with Motorola Solutions, Sabre, Luxoft, Philips Morris, DreamLab Onet.p, Guidewire, currently working with corporations as well as start-ups, including regulative environments
- Mentor at techleaders.eu and Women in Technology
- Guest lecturer (Agile Leadership)
- Currently working as an independent Agile Transformation consultant and Professional Scrum Trainer
Magdalena is focused on flexible transformations of both organizations and teams. She collaborates with companies of various sizes and with all levels in the organization.
She also conducts trainings and seminars related to Agile, Scrum, Kanban, and soft-skills.
She acts as a speaker at conferences, holds meetings with communities, seminars, and trainings.
The training materials are relevant and identical all over the world
The training materials are developed and supported by one of Scrum’s creators, Ken Schwaber, together with the Scrum.org PST community. They make sure that the materials always correspond to the latest practices and current situation in software development companies.
Our trainers conduct courses in their own style, according to their own experience, but the training materials are identical all over the world. Students learn the same things regardless of where the training takes place and who conducts it.