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Agile Training

Lean-Agile Program & Product Portfolio Management — for Product Owners · 1 day [B1]

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Lean-Agile Program & Product Portfolio Management — 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
Certification: Upon training completion
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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COURSE OUTLINE

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

LANGUAGES
Dutch, English, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish

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