What you'll learn:
- [Unofficial] Detailed Preparation For An Agile Product Owner Level 1 Certification (A Total Of 270 Questions & Explanations)
- [Up-To-Date] Master Agile Product Ownership - No Previous Knowledge Needed
- [Downloadable] 47 Slides, 80+ Scrum and Agile Drawings & 11 Audio Files
- Characteristics Of The Product Vision
- Value (Financial & Societal) - The Most Important Topic For Any Product Owner
- Evidence-Based Management Guide(TM) And The 4 Key Value Areas Explained
- The Difference Between Adaptive and Predictive Approach To Development
- The Difference Between Agile vs Waterfall Planning
- Release Planning
- Scaled Scrum
- The 3 Attributes Of A Product Backlog Item (PBI) Explained
- The Difference Between Product & Project Management
- Types Of Contracts & Budgeting
- Characteristics Of The Scrum Master
- Characteristics Of The Product Owner
- Characteristics Of The Developers
- The Agile Concept "Timeboxing"
- The Concepts of Iterative and Incremental Development
- Characteristics Of The Sprint
- Characteristics Of The Sprint Planning Event
- Characteristics Of The Daily Scrum Event
- Characteristics Of The Sprint Review Event
- Characteristics Of The Sprint Retrospective Event
- Characteristics Of The Product Backlog
- Characteristics Of The Sprint Backlog
- Characteristics Of The Increment
- Characteristics Of The Product Goal
- Characteristics Of Definition of Done
- The Difference Between The Definition Of Done and The Definition Of Ready
- Understand Story Points As A Relative Unit Of Measurement
- The The Planning Poker Activity To Eliminate The Anchoring Bias
- Burnup and Burndown Charts Explained
- The Cone Of Uncertainty And What It Shows
- The Concept Of Technical Debt & Code Refactoring
- The Concept Of "Feedback Loops"
- The Difference Between The Definition Of Done and Acceptance Criteria
- Product Backlog Refinement
- The Difference Between Component Teams and Feature Teams
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Allow me to introduce myself.
I am Vladimir from Bulgaria, and I will be leading you through the course. I work in an Agile team, and I am a Project Management Professional (PMP certified) with 5 Scrum certifications, including Product Owner levels 1 and 2.
Currently, I teach over 140,166 students and have received over 20,533 positive reviews.
Who Is This Course For?
I designed this course for people who want to
Learn Agile Product Ownership
Master the Scrum Framework
Align their Scrum Knowledge with the latest changes
By the end of it, you will feel confident in your Scrum Product Ownership knowledge. In addition, you will have a perfect understanding of the Scrum Framework and its rules, accountabilities (formerly known as roles), events, artifacts, and commitments.
How Is This Course Organized?
Here is just a glimpse of what you will learn inside:
Section 1 - Introduction To Agile Principles and Scrum Overview
The difference between Adaptive and Predictive approaches to development
What is Scrum (a high-level overview)?
The 5 Scrum Values and what they mean in the real world
The Agile manifesto and the 12 Agile principles
The concepts of Iterative and Incremental Development
Agile Planning vs Waterfall Planning
The Agile Concept Timeboxing Explained
Section 2 - The Scrum Framework
The concepts of Cross-Functionality and Self-Management
Characteristics of the three sets of accountabilities
The Scrum Master
The Product Owner
The Sprint and its main purpose
Sprint Planning and answering the three questions - why what and how
Daily Scrum (a key inspect and adapt event for the Developers)
Sprint Review and why feedback is critically important
Sprint Retrospective (the driver of continuous improvement)
The concept of Feedback Loops
The Product Backlog (the single source of work undertaken by the Scrum Team)
The Sprint Backlog (when does it emerge, who is accountable for it, what happens with the PBIs that are not complete)
The Increment (the relationship between the Increment and the Product Backlog, who decides to release it, in what condition should it be)
The Product Goal (the long-term objective for the Scrum Team)
The Sprint Goal (the objective for the Sprint)
Section 3 - The Agile Product Owner
The Product Vision and why it is important
Value (Financial and Societal) - The Most Important Topic For Any Product Owner
Evidence-Based Management (EBM) Guide And The 4 Key-Value Areas Explained
Current Value (CV)
Unrealized Value (UV)
Ability to Innovate (A2I)
The Difference Between Product and Project Management (Mental Shifts)
The 3 Attributes Of A Product Backlog Item (PBI).
Product Backlog Refinement (How The Product Owner and The Developers Collaborate)
The Concept Of Readiness and The Definition Of Ready
The Definition Of Done (Who Crafts It And Why? Is It Mandatory? Can it change?)
Story Points (Effort-based Units To Estimate the Size Of the PBIs)
Planning Poker (A Voting Technique That Eliminates The Psychological Bias Called Anchoring)
The Cone Of Uncertainty (Beware When You Make Promises Regarding Project Completion)
Technical Debt (Any Product Owner MUST Know If They Can Pay The Debt Back)
Releases Planning (What Should We Consider Before A Release?)
Scaled Scrum Explained (What Scrum Believes In)
Component Teams vs Feature Teams
Types Of Contracts and Budgeting
And a lot more.
Section 4 - Scrum Example (The Agile Company Intelligent Web Solutions Helps a Chiropractic Clinic Build a Conversion-Focused Website)
Introduction to the number 1 issue tracking tool used by Agile teams - JIRA
How to create a Product Backlog
How to create a Sprint Backlog
How to write User Stories How to assign tasks (Careful, the PO doesn't do it)
How to write the Sprint Goal
How to set the duration of a Sprint
An example of high-priority process improvement and how the Scrum Master resolves impediments
An example of Definition Of Done (plus updates)
An example of Acceptance Criteria
The difference between the Definition Of Done and the Acceptance Criteria
Section 5 - Avoid Common Mistakes
Top reasons why people fail the exam - examination, and solutions
Recommended Resources (Free Practice Exams Included)
Section 6 - Agile Product Owner Practice Exams
Let's set the stage with a simple quiz
[Unofficial] Practice Exam 1
[Unofficial] Practice Exam 2
[Highly Recommended] You can take these exams multiple times as the questions and answers are randomized.
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ATTRIBUTION AND USE FOR THE SCRUM GUIDE, NEXUS GUIDE, AND EVIDENCE-BASED MANAGEMENT GUIDE
This course uses screenshots from the Scrum Guide, Nexus Guide, and Evidence-Based Management Guide to point the attention of the student to important concepts, ideas, rules, and practices.
The authors of the Scrum Guide are Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland.
The Nexus Guide is developed and sustained by Ken Schwaber and Scrum dot org.
Evidence-Based Management was collaboratively developed by Scrum .org, the Professional Scrum Trainer Community, Ken Schwaber, and Christina Schwaber.
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