Focus on value-driven software delivery and its accompanying mindset in this ICAgile-accredited course. You will practice techniques that emphasize customer value, lightweight requirements, prioritization methods, progressive elaboration, product/project road mapping, story mapping, effective user stories and acceptance criteria.
- Product Ownership as an Agile Discipline and Craft
- Product Ownership and Maximized Value
- Role Scope and Diversity
- Skills and Behaviors for Business Value Analysis and Product Ownership
- Thinking Skills
- Seeking Value
- Determining Value in the Initiative
- Communicating Value
- The Discovery Process
- Understanding Stakeholders
- Analyze to Determine Value
- Exploring the Solution
- The Continuous Discovery of Value
- Managing Artifacts
- Enabling Valuable Delivery
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Describe the concept of product ownership, show how it maximizes value and list many different aspects of value
- Discuss the Manifesto Values and Principles and their relationship to delivering business value
- Demonstrate collaborative, team-based decision-making approaches and experience/identify how they can be applied in the context of your own work
- Work in an iterative process with incomplete information
- Apply stakeholder analysis tools such as personas and empathy maps
- Explain the “the minimum amount of analysis necessary” in a change initiative in your own environment.
- Apply prioritization and ranking techniques
- Illustrate how different types of constraints can influence a change initiative
- Practice an Agile Risk Management approach
- Explain examples of different modeling techniques and provide guidelines on how they can be used on different types of initiatives
- Identify artifacts that will “live long” and ways to record and maintain them so they will be valuable in the future
- Produce a definition of “done” at different levels of detail for a change initiative
- Demonstrate the impact of overloading and how to maintain a sustainable pace
- Arrange and adapt a backlog based on feedback and changes, with a strong focus on knowing when to stop
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This course is relevant for business analysts, product owners, product managers and business subject matter experts. It counts toward the Agile Product Ownership certificate.