Course: Lean-Agile Program & Product Portfolio Management with PO AGILIST Certificate — for Product Owners · 1 day [B1]

Course: Lean-Agile Program & Product Portfolio Management with PO AGILIST Certificate — for Product Owners · 1 day [B1]

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Learn how to define agile releases using stakeholder input, epics, themes, story mapping, program and product backlogs. 

Duration: 1 day / 2 evenings / 7 hours
Audience: Product Owners, Directors & Managers, Project Managers, Business Analysts, Scrum Masters
Certificate: PO AGILIST
Courseware licensing: 3 months or perpetual

Learning Cases and Simulations:
✓ Perform product management with Scrum or Kanban
✓ Gather and synthesise stakeholder needs and patterns
✓ Define an agile vision statement and formulate epics
✓ Derive a portfolio roadmap with epic/story mapping techniques
✓ Set up a portfolio backlog at program level
✓ Define release themes and use forecasting to validate scope size
✓ Elaborate epics in the form of stories
✓ Size product backlog items with story points and perform ranking
✓ Obtain stakeholder feedback and perform efficient change management
✓ Use program management metrics for retrospect and adapt

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1 · Agile Programs, Portfolios, Projects and Teams

  • Agile vision: levels of formulation
  • Agile programs: organisation and structure
  • Initiatives to frame the business strategy
  • Requirements to capture stakeholder needs
  • Program backlogs

2 · Agile Inception and Envisioning

  • Envisioning framework
  • Building the business case
  • User roles and stories
  • Product backlog prioritization mechanisms

3 · Agile Elaboration

  • Writing good user stories
  • Elaboration of complex stories
  • Agile release and iteration/sprint planning
  • Change management

4 · PO Activities Execution

  • A typical PO agenda: key events & activities
  • PO and the stakeholder meeting
  • PO and the release planning meeting
  • Program backlog activities

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Our live online and self-paced formats permits anybody to participate regardless of your location.

In addition, we offer in-house training in any location worldwide.

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