Scrum Product Owner Training

Stone River eLearning


£300 inc VAT
Study method
Online, self-paced
4 Hours
No formal qualification

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The Scrum Product Owner Certified (SPOC) course teaches the project and product managers on how to maximize the return on investment (ROI) and optimize the total cost of ownership (TCO) of products and systems. The course enables the students to work in an agile environment and main focus on the product requirements to manage the product outcome. This course prepares the candidates to use such tools that help the product managers to translate requirements to the development team to achieve the optimum results. The course also covers the user stories, ordering and organizing strategies, and product backlog refining. The course helps the product owners to develop a concrete understanding of everything that drives value from their products and this knowledge derives from early stakeholder management to release planning and delivery.

This course is based on the practical training and real world techniques that the candidates can implement immediately at their workplace. The students are able to gain a better understanding of all of the advantages Scrum has to offer specifically in product development. Hands-on exercises demonstrate key concepts and let the students experience the benefits of Scrum.

What You'll learn

  • Properly plan the product development by focusing on high value features
  • Effectively and efficiently incorporate new features into the product during the project lifecycle
  • Write user stories to clearly articulate the who, what, and the how
  • Assess business value and establish an initial priority for product development
  • Conduct key meetings in Scrum to verify what is happening, before, during, and after each sprint
  • Differentiate a good user story from a bad one and create a better product backlog
  • Ensure that the right features are being implemented for the right reasons at the right time
  • Track development team progress and make more informed prioritization decisions
  • Improve your team's trust and reputation for on-time and on-budget delivery
  • Rapidly respond to changing market conditions

PMI, Project Management Institute, Project Management Professional (PMP), PMP, Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM), CAPM, PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP), PMI-ACP, PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP), PMI-RMP, PMBOK, PgMP, PULSE OF THE PROFESSION, THE PMI TALENT TRIANGLE and The PMI REP Logo are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.


Class Curriculum

Preview Introduction (0:10)
Start Course Introduction (1:23)
Start Instructor Introduction (1:46)
Chapter 01 - Course Introduction
Start Overview (0:21)
Start Course Introduction (0:20)
Start Welcome to the Course! (0:17)
Start My Scrum/Agile Mentoring Community (0:42)
Start Why Are You Here? (0:50)
Start Using Bloom’s Taxonomy (0:41)
Start What do you Expect? (0:42)
Start Housekeeping in the Classroom & Online (0:49)
Start Conventions Used (0:33)
Start Quizzes & Exercises (0:27)
Start Scrum Certification Exams (0:54)
Start Getting Started (1:29)
Start Chapter 01 Quiz
Chapter 02 - Introduction to Scrum
Start Introduction to Scrum (0:25)
Start Learning Objectives (0:25)
Start Terms to Know (0:22)
Start Lesson: Scrum Overview (0:16)
Start Scrum Overview (1:33)
Start Project Management as a Discipline (0:58)
Start Software Development Lifecycle Management (1:05)
Start Traditional PM (1:28)
Start Agile History (3:48)
Start Agile Manifesto Principles 1-5 (2:26)
Start Agile Manifesto Principles 6-12 (2:39)
Start Agile Methods (0:37)
Start Scrum History (1:36)
Start Scrum Benefits (3:32)
Start Scrum Scalability (0:56)
Start Lesson: Scrum Concepts & Principles (0:20)
Start Scrum Principles (2:28)
Start Empirical Process Control (1:45)
Start Self-Organization (1:10)
Start Collaboration (1:48)
Start Value -Based Prioritization (1:39)
Start Time -Boxing (1:48)
Start Iterative Development (1:43)
Start Scrum Aspects (1:39)
Start Lesson: Scrum Phases & Processes (0:20)
Start Scrum Phases (0:20)
Start Initiate (0:57)
Start Plan & Estimate (0:55)
Start Implement (0:41)
Start Review & Retrospect (1:12)
Start Release (0:43)
Start Lesson: Introduction to Scrum Summary (0:14)
Start Introduction to Scrum Summary (1:49)
Start Chapter 02 Quiz (0:08)
Chapter 03 - Roles and Responsibilities
Start Roles and Responsibilities (0:30)
Start Learning Objectives (0:24)
Start Terms to Know (0:17)
Start Lesson: The Product Owner (0:18)
Start Identify the Product Owner (1:05)
Start Product Owner Responsibilities (2:18)
Start Product Owner Authorities (2:34)
Start Lesson: The Scrum Master (0:14)
Start Identify the Scrum Master (1:46)
Start Scrum Master Responsibilities (1:16)
Start Scrum Master Authority (1:12)
Start Lesson: The Scrum Team (0:27)
Start Forming the Scrum Team (1:57)
Start Scrum Team Responsibilities (2:16)
Start Scrum Team Authorities (1:12)
Start Identify the Stakeholders (0:59)
Start Fundamental Differences with Traditional PM (1:40)
Start Lesson: Roles & Responsibility Summary (0:40)
Start Roles & Responsibilities Summary (1:26)
Start Chapter 03 Quiz (0:09)
Chapter 04 - Planning
Preview Planning (0:50)
Start Learning Objectives (0:34)
Start Terms to Know (0:46)
Start Lesson: The Project Vision (0:14)
Start Importance of a Project Vision (1:46)
Start Create the Project Vision (1:49)
Start Project Vision Meeting (2:09)
Start JAD Sessions (1:05)
Start SWOT Analysis (2:18)
Start Gap Analysis (0:48)
Start Just Enough (4:26)
Start Outputs of Project Vision Meeting (2:02)
Start Lesson: User Group Meetings (0:13)
Start Create the Prioritized Product Backlog (1:09)
Start Develop Epic(s) (2:19)
Start Epics & Personae (2:16)
Start User Story Meetings and Workshops (0:58)
Start Writing User Stories (1:20)
Start User Story Acceptance Criteria (2:44)
Start Lesson: Estimates (0:38)
Start Estimating the Product Backlog (1:48)
Start Accuracy vs Precision (1:51)
Start Size vs Duration (2:41)
Start Estimates vs Commitments (1:12)
Start Lesson: Prioritized Product Backlog (0:24)
Start Value -Driven Delivery (2:44)
Start Factors (0:49)
Start Product Backlog Essentials (3:06)
Start Prioritized Product Backlog (1:38)
Start Product Backlog Items (1:46)
Start Prioritize the Product Backlog (2:20)
Start Business Justification Techniques (1:53)
Start MoSCow Analysis (2:32)
Start 100 Point Method (0:43)
Start Kano Analysis (4:18)
Start Continuous Value Justification (2:30)
Start Definition of Done (2:32)
Start Responsibilities (2:35)
Start Lesson: Release Plan (0:38)
Start Conduct Release Planning Meeting (1:27)
Start Outputs of Release Planning (2:03)
Start Piloting Plan (1:08)
Start Organizational Deployment Methods (1:35)
Start Communications Plan (1:16)
Start Release Burndown Chart (2:39)
Start Release Burndown Chart –Example (0:51)
Start Lesson: Planning Summary (0:30)
Start Planning Summary (1:31)
Start Chapter 04 Quiz (0:08)
Chapter 05 - Manage Quality, Change, and Risk
Start Manage Quality, Change, and Risk (0:11)
Start Learning Objectives (0:23)
Start Terms to Know (0:16)
Start Lesson: Quality (0:19)
Start Quality Definition (2:13)
Start Acceptance Criteria (0:48)
Start Definition of Done (1:04)
Start Quality Management (2:40)
Start Lesson: Change (0:17)
Start Supporting Change (1:57)
Start Unapproved and Approved Change Requests (1:08)
Start Flexibility vs. Stability (1:58)
Start Integrate Change (2:04)
Start Lesson: Risk (0:18)
Start Risks vs. Issues (2:07)
Start Risk Attitude (1:48)
Start Risk Identification (1:30)
Start Risk Assessment (1:47)
Start Risk Prioritization (0:34)
Start Risk Mitigation (1:22)
Start Risk Burndown Chart (1:31)
Start Minimizing Risk in Scrum (2:06)
Start Lesson: Manage Quality, Change & Risk Summary (0:16)
Start Manage Quality, Change & Risk Summary (1:37)
Start Chapter 05 Quiz (0:08)
Chapter 06 – Sprints
Start Sprints (0:22)
Start Learning Objectives (0:29)
Start Terms to Know (0:16)
Start Lesson: Sprint Planning Meeting (0:20)
Start Sprint Planning Meeting (1:19)
Start Two Parts of a Task Planning Meeting (1:57)
Start Planning Poker (1:26)
Start Fist of Five (1:39)
Start Points for Cost Estimation (1:23)
Start Other Estimation Techniques (1:12)
Start Use Index Cards (1:03)
Start Decomposition (1:03)
Start Determine Dependencies (1:17)
Start Establishing Estimation Criteria (1:03)
Start Creating the Sprint Backlog (0:49)
Start Scrumboard (1:15)
Start Sprint Burndown Chart (0:37)
Start Velocity (1:57)
Start Sprint Tracking Metrics (0:54)
Start Outputs from Sprint Planning Meeting (1:29)
Start Lesson: During the Sprint (0:22)
Start The Daily Standup Meeting (1:01)
Start Three Daily Questions (0:39)
Start The War Room (1:13)
Start Outputs from Conduct Daily Standu (1:41)
Start Collaboration During a Sprint (2:10)
Start Lesson: Groom the Prioritized Product Backlog (0:17)
Start Product Backlog Review Meetings (1:40)
Start Facilitate Communications (1:21)
Start Lesson: Sprint Review Meeting (0:15)
Start Sprint Review Meeting (2:58)
Start Outputs of Sprint Review Meeting (0:45)
Start Lesson: Ship Deliverables (0:23)
Start Shipping Deliverables (1:13)
Start Outputs from Ship Deliverables (0:50)
Start Lesson: Sprints (0:30)
Start Sprints Summary (1:20)
Start Chapter 06 Quiz (0:07)
Start Course Closure (1:14)

Who is this course for?

  • Product management professionals associated with design, development and testing
  • Product managers and business analysts
  • Production operations managers and directors
  • Project sponsors and owners
  • IT managers, directors, vice presidents, CIOs and CTOs
  • Anyone interested in learning the benefits of Scrum for product management


There are no formal pre-requisites for this course, however, the students are recommended to read the Scrum Guide prior to registering for this course.

Career path

Business Analyst

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is there a certificate issues after course completion?


Yes, we provide a "Certificate of Completion" once you complete the course.

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