Program

Product Owner

The Product Owner, who is responsible for working with Product Management and other parties, plays an important role in maximizing the value produced by the development team, which is the customer representative. No agile team can work effectively without a Product Owner who, despite the agile and fast pace of product development, ensures that the team maintains a unified view of the product. Our course is designed for beginners who want to feel the motivation to develop a new product, assess the value of the business, prioritize the features of the product. The combination of interactive trainings throughout the course will help you gain practical experience as a Product Owner and prepare for the Agile software development task.

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Start date

January 2022

Duration

3,5 months

Group size

25-30 students

Schedule

Weekend bootcamp

Admission requirements
Expectation

Working experience in the analytics or customer service role preferably in banking

Language skills

Knowledge of English at least at the Intermediate level

Requirement

Availability of a personal laptop or computer

Age

18 years and older

Upon the course completion you will::

Understand basic principles of Scrum (roles, events, artifacts).

Master the role of the product owner (what to do, what product owner is responsible for).

Acquire the skills to work with the requirements.

Learn to form a product vision (Impact mapping, ROAM, Lean Canvas, BM Canvas, value proposition, product / project goal, product vision).

Learn to apply discovery tools and define the product goal.

Learn to apply OKR for the product, understand User Story and Job Story

Program

Product Owner
22

Number of modules

  • Product and project - why we need to manage them
  • What is a product
  • Who is the product owner, his responsibilities
  • Ideal product owner
  • What is Agile?
  • Development Processes
  • Planning
  • Suitability of Agile
  • The Agile Manifesto
  • The Agile Principles
  • Pillars and Values of Scrum
  • Timeboxing
  • Self-Organization and Cross-Functionality
  • Roles in a Scrum Project
  • The Product Vision
  • Creating the Product Backlog
  • Sprints
  • During the Sprint
  • Ending the Sprint
  • Product Backlog Refinement
  • Project vision, its importance
  • Create the Project Vision
  • Project Vision Meeting
  • JAD Sessions
  • SWOT Analysis
  • Gap Analysis
  • User Group Meetings
  • Create the Prioritized Product Backlog
  • Develop Epic(s)
  • Epics & Personae
  • User Story Meetings and Workshops
  • Writing User Stories
  • User Story Acceptance Criteria
  • Market Characteristics
  • Competitive Analysis
  • USP, creating value

  • Customer development and customer discovery
  • Product-market fit
  • Jobs-to-be-done
  • Introduction to Business Model
  • Business Model Canvas
  • Business Model Templates
  • Innovation model discovery
  • Pricing
  • Introduction to metrics
  • Analytics tools
  • Unit economy
  • Ideation
  • Ideas testing
  • Product requirements
  • MVP
  • Product UI
  • Customer Journey map
  • Navigation
  • Prototyping
  • Product roadmap
  • Value -Driven Delivery
  • Product Backlog Essentials
  • Prioritized Product Backlog
  • Product Backlog Items
  • Business Justification Techniques
  • MoSCow Analysis
  • 100 Point Method
  • Kano Analysis
  • Continuous Value Justification
  • Definition of Done
  • Responsibilities
  • Quality Definition
  • Acceptance Criteria
  • Definition of Done
  • Definition of Ready
  • Quality Management
  • Product Backlog Review Meetings
  • Facilitate Communications
  • Approve MVP

  • Two Parts of a Task Planning Meeting
  • Planning Poker
  • Fist of Five
  • Points for Cost Estimation
  • Other Estimation Techniques
  • Use Index Cards
  • Decomposition
  • Determine Dependencies
  • Establishing Estimation Criteria
  • Creating the Sprint Backlog
  • Scrumboard
  • Sprint Burndown Chart
  • Velocity
  • Sprint Tracking Metrics
  • Outputs from Sprint Planning Meeting
  • Product development process
  • Product success and failure
  • Secret Ingredients to product success
  • Frameworks
  • The Daily Standup Meeting
  • Three Daily Questions
  • The War Room
  • Outputs from Conduct Daily Standup
  • Collaboration During a Sprint
  • Sprint Review Meeting
  • Outputs of Sprint Review Meeting
  • Shipping Deliverables
  • Outputs from Ship Deliverables
  • Product marketing plan and positioning
  • Roll-out process