Being a professional Product Owner encompasses more than
writing requirements or managing a Product Backlog. Product Owners need to have
a concrete understanding of all product management aspects, including but not
limited to product ownership, that drives value from their products. The 2-day
Professional Scrum Product Owner course focuses on all of these areas to teach
students how to maximize the value of software products and systems.
Professional Scrum Product Owner is the cutting-edge course
for Product Owners, Agile product managers and anyone responsible for a
software product’s success in the market.
In the course, students will develop and solidify their knowledge of
being a Product Owner through instruction and team-based exercises. The breadth
of the role's responsibilities in delivering a successful product will become
more clear from an Agile perspective. Metrics are identified to track the
creation of value and the successful delivery of the product to the
The PSPO course is much more than just a set of slides and
an instructor. In this course, students
work on real-life cases with other classmates together as a team. This course is made up of discussions and
hands-on exercises and other exercises including based in real-life cases.
Agile Product Management
Scrum Principles & Empiricism
The Scrum Framework
Product Backlog Management
Students are challenged to think in terms of Scrum and the
Scrum principles to better understand what to do when they return to their
workplaces, and their specific challenges.
Students will have a clear understanding of the
mechanics of Scrum and how the role of the Product Owner fits in
Students can act as a Product Owner for Scrum
Teams and stakeholders
Students can effectively increase the business agility
of their organization
Who Should Attend
The PSPO course may be interesting to all involved in
software development upon the Scrum framework, but has been specifically
conceived for those responsible over products from a business and product
management perspective and taking up the highly accountable role of Scrum
Why Professional Scrum Trainers (PSTs)
Each trainer candidate is put through a rigorous process to
ensure that they have the right set of capabilities to be a Professional Scrum
Trainer. The process includes a combination of interviews, assessments,
training, train-the-trainer events and more. It takes more than a solid
understanding of Scrum and a deep knowledge of the Scrum Guide to become a PST.
Successful candidates are skilled in software development and product
management. They are experts in Scrum and have extensive experience applying,
leading, teaching and coaching it. They have been servant-leaders at an
organizational level. They live Scrum daily.
Scrum.org continuously evaluates a trainer’s abilities while
the trainers also evaluate and improve themselves through the use of student
feedback and student assessments. Many spend a significant amount of their time
embedded in software Scrum Teams as coaches, Scrum Masters and other roles to
stay in tune with reality. Essentially, PSTs do more than just train; they walk
Assessment and Certification
All participants completing the
Professional Scrum Master course receive a password to take the PSPO I
assessment and are entitled to a discount on the PSPO II assessment. The industry-recognized PSPO certifications
require a minimum passing score on these rigorous assessments.
maintains a public list of all PSPO I certificate holders
II certificate holders.
Additional Course Offerings
Scrum.org offers five different training classes in public
and private settings.
Professional Scrum Foundations
Professional Scrum Master
Professional Scrum Developer
Scaled Professional Scrum
Courses are provided around the world. Our PSTs can work
with you to plan a private course to meet your organization’s specific needs.
For globally distributed organizations, our PSTs work together to provide
training for your staff wherever they reside, ensuring that they are all
learning the same thing. Consistent training is critical for large scale
efforts where many teams are working together on the same products.