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Advanced Agile Scrum Product Owner

The Product Owner role is the most challenging role in Agile and DevOps environments. But it’s also the most exciting and fun role to perform. However, after several years on the job, all ambitious product owners ask:

  • Am I still continuously improving?
  • Am I still doing everything to deliver the highest quality value to our stakeholders?
  • Am I still working within the team in the most efficient and effective way?

Why this Advanced Agile Scrum Product Owner training?

This 2-day advanced training course helps you to answer the questions above through practical exercises performed in teams of fellow participants. After following this course, you will feel more confident about performing in your role as a Product Owner. You will have acquired new practices and experience that you will be able to use on the job immediately. You will also be able to challenge yourself to get an excellent grade in the PSPO II exam. The training and exercises are split in 4 modules:

  • Visioning the Product
  • Owning the Product
  • Stakeholder Management
  • Creating Value

Approach of this training

The training course is built around a central business case from which challenging exercises have been created. A minimal number of theoretical slides are used to support the exercises. Students go through all the exercises, receiving feedback from trainers and fellow students, and demonstrate the overall results of their work during a Sprint Review session on day 2 of the course.

Scrum exam and certification

Taking the Scrum.org exam to become a Professional Scrum Product Owner level II (PSPO II) is optional and is offered to you during the check-out process.

Who should attend?

You’re a Scrum Product Owner and you want to take the next step in your Agile journey. This advanced course is ideal for you if you’ve already had one year of experience working as a Product Owner in a scrum team.


EXIN Agile Scrum PO, PSPO I (Scrum.org), CSPO (Scrum Alliance)

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