This training details Product Owner Role in Agile software development with Scrum. This course discusses different responsibilities and activities performed by product Owners, a quick discussion on Product Owner skills and a detailed discussion on different techniques used by Product Owners in managing requirements during Agile software development using Scrum.
This course is for anyone who wish to learn about “Product Ownership” in Agile software development. This course is helpful for anyone who is playing the role of product owner in agile software development or anyone who wish to become a product owner in agile software development using Scrum framework.
A basic knowledge of software development is helpful in taking this course. This course, in the first sessions has a detailed discussion on Agile software development and Scrum framework.
The course starts with topics on Agile software development and Scrum framework. Then it discusses the Product Owner role, activities and skills.
Then there is a detailed discussion on managing requirements, which is one of the main responsibilities of a Product Owner. This includes topics like, writing User Stories, User Story Mapping, Methods for splitting and ordering User Stories, Release planning, etc.
In the last module there is a discussion on Product Owner role during prescribed events in Scrum.
The course ends with a summary of the discussion using a simple image of scrum framework.
These are the topics covered as part of this course.
Agile Software Development
Product Owner Role
The Product Owner
Product Owner Activities
Product Owner Skills
PO: Managing Requirements
Writing user stories
User Story mapping
Splitting user stories
Ordering Backlog Items
Acceptance Criteria, DoR, DoD
PO Role in Scrum Events
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