This is an advanced continuing education course offered through Scrum Alliance, and it is considered a complementary addition to the Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) training classes. Through interactive exercises, this workshop will provide insight into technical Agile approaches that experts commonly use for crafting quick, effective and appropriate PBI's. In successfully completing this workshop you will also earn: ::7 Scrum Alliance SEUs ::Digital access to all materials and handouts ::Free Agile Advice ebook, estimation cards, and more Take some of the mystery out of Agility by experiencing in a hands-on nine exercise workshop on how to quickly write effective Product Backlog Items (PBIs) using industry recognized practices, tools, and techniques. Using a cumulative scenario, this workshop explores how PBI's may be written and refined 'just in time' and made appropriately fit for consumption by an Agile team. Through eight cumulative hands on exercises, this continuing education class will provide practical experience in industry recognized techniques and practices for crafting and refining Product Backlog Items. This workshop will be very interactive, with group activities, discussion, and problem solving sessions. Unlike lecture style classes that can be dry and purely theoretical, this course is focused more on how these skills are applied practically in writing good user stories.
In order to focus on the topic, teaching the fundamentals of Agile including the philosophy, frameworks and mindset is out of scope for this workshop. It is therefore recommended that attendees be familiar with Agile practices before attending this workshop. Prerequisites include: ::Scrum certification (Scrum Alliance CSM, CSPO or industry equivalent), OR ::At least 6 months as a Product Owner on a Scrum team.
1 Day/Lecture & Lab
This course is geared primarily for Product Owners or those who will be writing or refining Product Backlog items. Registration is open to anyone, but registrants must have prerequisite knowledge and experience using Scrum.