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Professional Scrum Product Owner (PSPO)

Maximize the performance of your investments in products and systems and optimize the total cost of ownership of these. Prepare your Product Owner certification.

You will learn to maximize investment performance as well as to use strategies to maximize the flexibility and responsiveness of software products created

Content :

  • Development managed by the value
    The main task of the product manager is to increase the value of the product for which he is responsible. This part covers value generators as well as strategies to measure them.
  • Management of requirements
    The product notebook is fueling the development team, and one of the first roles of the Scrum Product Owner is to ensure its management. In this part, you will learn everything about user scenarios, ordering and organization strategies and the maintenance of a product book.
  • Delivery planning
    What does a good delivery look like? What impact can a lousy delivery have? In this part, we explore the delivery strategies. We also explore how to optimize value delivery using these.
  • Products management
    The total cost of ownership is essential to manage a product successfully. This part covers how to correctly measure the optimization of the value of a delivery and the maximization of the value of a product or system so that the whole is an asset for the organization.

This training is:

Online Certified Languages

Length:

14 hours in two days

Classroom pricing:

$1,695 CAD + tx

Public Sessions

Private Group

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Private Group Training

Objectives

  • Teach participants how to maximize the performance of investments in products and systems and optimize their total cost of ownership.
  • Get a concrete understanding of everything that gives value to their products.
  • Understand all stages of software development, from early management of stakeholders to planning and making deliveries.

Target Audience

  • Product managers responsible for optimizing the value of their products or product ranges
  • TI chiefs responsible for an activity sector and optimizing the value that this sector obtains

Certification

All the participants who finish this course will receive a password to try the PSPO I (Professional Scrum Product Owner I) assessment. PSPO I certification, recognized by industry, requires a minimum score of 85 %.

Participants who try the evaluation within 14 days of receiving their free password and who do not get a score of at least 85 % will be entitled to a second attempt at no additional cost.

Reviews

Alain Prosper – Pages Jaunes

September 27, 2023
Very informative session at a pace that encourages learning. It gave me a great appreciation for the Scrum method and an enthusiasm for implementing it in my environment.
5 stars review

Khamphon INTHAVONG – Scrum Master at Acensi

September 27, 2023
Very good training, where practice and concrete examples predominate over theory. It's much more fun to learn and experiment on our own through workshops and exercises than to wisely follow the slides. Pawel's animation is no stranger to this. One piece of advice before taking the course is to have read the scrum guide at least once. The workshops will speak to you more and enable you to delve deeper into certain subjects.
4 stars review

Marc-André Beaucage

January 19, 2024
Very happy with the training. Being already PSM1 certified, I was afraid we'd spend a lot of time on the basic Scrum portion. This was not the case. Luc is an excellent trainer. Apparently, this isn't his first rodeo! He has a good approach, knows the traps we'll fall into, and asks good questions to make us understand that we've fallen into the trap. I would have liked to have had more time for team exercises. Sometimes very short. In 4 minutes, you don't have time to do much. What's more, we saw theory on both days until the very last minute of the day, ending at 5pm. I'd have preferred it if we could have taken a little time to review together what we'd learned during the day. A little recap on Day 2 would have been greatly appreciated too. This leads me to believe that the training could have been given over 2 1/2 days to ensure that we saw all the content without being rushed. In spite of everything, this training gave me the tools I needed to exercise this new role as I wished. I would definitely take another course with Luc and Pyxis!
5 stars review

Victoria Snowdon

April 9, 2024
The trainer was great - very engaging, the exercises and breakout rooms were a good length and the supporting material was well done and simple to follow.
5 stars review

Karine Binet

May 10, 2024
Good training as an introduction to the role of PO. Illustrated with concrete examples and real-life situations. Correct pace and good question management.
4 stars review

Serge Tremblay

May 10, 2024
Very pleased with the course. The instructor gave a good course, the material was sufficient and the exercises relevant. The only downside was the course schedule. I would have preferred 8am-4pm instead of 9am-5pm, as it caused me scheduling conflicts with the children.
4 stars review

FAQ

What are the main problems addressed by this training?

Professional Scrum Product Owner (PSPO) is a hands-on course where participants explore the Scrum framework and develop an understanding of the role the Product Owner plays in the Scrum team while receiving an introduction to Agile product management.

What's in it for me?

How to use the Scrum framework to optimize the value of your products. As well as a deep understanding of the Product Owner role.

Is this training for me?

If, as a product owner, you don't understand how to maximize the value of your product, this course is for you.

Do you offer this training in Europe?

Yes of course. Our colleagues Pyxis Suisse and Oddes Pyxis (France) also offer this training.

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