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Scrum Product Owner Certification

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In every scrum project the product owner plays a vital role. First, by ensuring a clear communication of product or service functionality requirements to the Scrum team, and second, by delivering the product or the service to the stakeholders. This 2-day Scrum Product Owner Certification course helps participants attain skills required for a Product owner role including creating project vision, identifying and creating user personas and prioritizing product backlog items.

This course offers comprehensive training for the SPOC™ examination. Participants will be awarded the ‘Scrum Product Owner Certified’ certificate after successful completion of the exam.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • To familiarize participants with the concepts, advantages, and challenges of the Scrum methodology
  • To equip participants with the knowledge needed to be the Product Owner
  • To provide practical knowledge of dealing with the Project Stakeholders and take care of the business/value side of things
  • To prepare participants to pass the SPOC™ certification exam

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This course is for anyone who needs to work with or gain understanding of the business side of things in a Scrum environment. The Scrum Product Owner Certified is appropriate for roles including Product Owners, Product Managers, Project Managers, Business Analysts, and more.



ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

Christopher D'Souza is a client-oriented, results-driven professional with leadership roles for the past 25+ years in business and information technology in major companies around the world. In the information technology sector, he has worked over the past 17 years using PMLC and SDLC methodologies. He has led successful multi-million dollar projects in the areas of application development and infrastructure enhancements. His roles and responsibilities have included Agile Project Manager, Portfolio Manager and Program Manager. He has also led enterprise delivery teams comprising of business system analysts, developers, quality assurance, solution architects, and information security specialists, which have been co-located as well as geographically dispersed through offshoring arrangements. Christopher has received several accolades from business and IT senior management for the successful delivery of challenged projects.

D'Souza has been part of agile transformations in major financial institutions for the past 5 years, delegated by management to train, coach, and lead agile teams. He has completed certifications such the PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP), Certified Agile Project Manager (Cert.APM), Certified Scrum Master (CSM,) and Certified Agile Leader (CAL) certifications. D'Souza is also a member of the Scrum Alliance and has been designated a Certified Scrum Professional (CSP).

A strong advocate of continuing education with an MBA specializing in Project Management and a Doctorate in Organizational Leadership, he has his PMP and PMI-RMP certifications from the Project Management Institute. With his drive for project excellence, significant experience and advanced qualifications, he has excelled in training others in both corporate and academic environments. (D'Souza is an Adjunct Professor at several Colleges and Universities in Canada and the United States. His primary subjects for training are Project Management, Risk Management, Leadership and Agile (Scrum and Kanban). Christopher has a Certificate in Adult Training and Development from the University of Toronto and participants in his workshops have referred to him as inspirational, knowledgeable, and thought-provoking.

Christopher has been an active member of the Project Management Institute (PMI) since 2004. He is the past Director of Communications for the PMI Lakeshore Chapter and has served as a PMI-appointed mentor/coach to PMPs in North America.


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