Become a Scrum Product Owner and Prepare for the PSPO 1 ® and PSM 1 ® Certifications with Practice Exam Questions
☑ Essential skills to become a great Product Owner
☑ About the Scrum Professional Product Owner PSPO 1 certification with all the preparation necessary to take the assessment
☑ About the Scrum Professional Scrum Master PSM 1 certification with preparation for the assesment
☑ Tried and tested advice on applying the Scrum theory in practice
☑ All Scrum theory covering the Scrum Team, Scrum Events, Scrum Artifacts, Empiricism and Evidence-based Management
☑ How to use popular Scrum based software products such as Jira and Trello
Do you want to learn to become a great Product Owner?
Are you ready to learn about Agile and Scrum?
Do you want to take your Product Owner PSPO 1 and PSM 1 certifications?
Great, then this course is for you!
This course is for anyone who wants to rapidly improve their career prospects in the booming industry of software development without learning how to code.
It is also for anyone that wants to make the most of their Development Team, improve their management skills and create higher-value products for their business.
If you are an entrepreneur with an idea, this course will teach you how to manage a team to turn your vision into a reality ready for the marketplace.
After taking this course, you will have a good understanding of the skills necessary for effective leadership in Product Ownership and be well prepared to take both the PSPO 1 Product Owner and PSM 1 Scrum Maser certifications for Product Owner and Scrum Master.
Until now, you might have struggled to manage a team to build the right product or solution…
Or, you might have finished a project and the item developed was over budget, delayed and once launched it didn’t get as many users as you hoped.
If this sounds familiar, then this course will help!
Who is your instructor?
Michael James is a UK Business and Leadership Instructor who has over a decade of experience in management and leadership in the corporate environment and has been working in product development for over 10 years as both a private consultant and for one of the largest organizations in the UK. Michael James has also managed and built many private entrepreneurial mobile app and website products with 1000s of downloads and users.
This course covers the entire Scrum theory essentials focusing on the Product Owner. It also includes software practicals and advice from tried and tested experience:
- Agile and Scrum history
- The PSPO 1 and PSM 1 certification exams
- Practice quizzes and tests based on the certification exams
- Certification assessment tips
- Scrum work management tool demonstrations (Jira, Trello and more)
- The Product Owner role
- The Scrum Master role
- The Development Team role
- The Scrum Events
- The Scrum Artefacts
- Multiple Scrum Teams
- The Scrum Guide
- The Sprint
- Sprint Planning
- Sprint Review
- Sprint Retrospective
- Sprint Retrospective software demonstrations
- Backlog refinement
- Tips on Work Estimation
- User Stories
- Burndown Charts
- Evidence-based management
- Empirical process
- Product Vision formulation tips
- Leadership tips
…and more with content continuing to be added!
Anyone who is looking to build a career as a professional Product Owner must understand the above. If you don’t, then this course is perfect for you.
So go ahead and click the enroll button, and I’ll see you in lesson 1!
Agile and Scrum Overview (PSPO PSM)
Agile and Scrum Section Introduction
Agile History and Explenation
The Scrum Definition
The Scrum Values
Uses of Scrum
Agile and Scrum – What we have learned
The Scrum Certifications
Should I take the PSPO I and PSM I certification exams?
Essential Reading and course content
Scrum Team and Roles (PSPO PSM)
The Product Owner
The Development Team
The Scrum Master
Scrum Team and Roles Quiz
The Scrum Team – What we have learned
Scrum Events (PSPO PSM)
Scrum Events Section Introduction
Scrum Events Introduction
Scrum – Sprint Planning
Scrum – The Sprint
Scrum – The Daily Scrum
Scrum – Sprint Review
Scrum – Sprint Retrospective
Scrum Events Quiz
Scrum Events – What we have learned
Scrum Artifacts (PSPO PSM)
Scrum Artifacts Section Introduction
Scrum Theory Empiricisum
Evidence Based Management (PSPO)
Scrum Artifacts Intro
The Definition of Done
Definition of Done Example
Product Backlog Refinement
Product Backlog Theory section 1
Scrum Artifacts – What we have learned
Other important things to know (PSPO PSM)
Cone of Uncertainty (PSPO)
Feature and Component Teams
The bullet point Items you must remember
Jira – Practical and Software Demonstration
Practicals Section Introduction
Other Software Tools to consider
Jira Making an Account
Jira – Inviting members, making a team and billing / admin
Jira – Adding Tasks
Jira – Creating an Epic
Jira – Creating an Epic Continued and Assigning Tasks
Jira – Starting a Sprint
Jira – Adding a Review Column
Jira – Adding more details to Tickets
Jira – Adding Dependancies and Links
Jira – Making Changes
Jira – Assigning People to Tasks
Jira – Backlog Refinement
Jira – Burn Down and Burn Up Reports
Jira – Versions and Relases and Searching Issues
Jira – Completing a Sprint and Sprint Planning
Jira – Sprint End, Review and Releasing
Jira – Bug reporting
Sprint Retrospective Tools
Sprint Retrospective Tool Software List
Retro Tool – Retrotool.io
Retro Tool – ScatterSPoke
Work Estimation Section Introduction
Risk Management and RAID Reports
Discovery Vision and Leadership Section Introduction
Creating The Vision Statement
The Vision Board
Product Strategy (Market and Product Maturity)
Welcome to my Exam Tips
Exam Tips – Resources you must read
Exam Tips – My Top Tips for passing
PSPO I Practice Exam
Product Owner PSPO I Practice Exam
PSM I Practice Exam
Scrum Master PSM I Practice Exam
Congratulations and good bye