Agile Product Managers and Product Owners play a critical role in an Agile development process. They guide the continuous delivery of value and work with Agile teams to achieve fast feedback loops that allow quick learning and adaptation, in accordance with DevOps and Lean Startup principles. Participants in this workshop will gain an understanding of the PO/PM role, learn tools and techniques for effectively managing backlogs, learn how to write Epics, break them into Features and Stories, plan roadmaps, releases and iterations and become a pivotal factor in maximizing the benefits the organization gets from being truly Agile. This course is intended for individuals in organizations that are going through an Agile transformation journey.
To optimize value for participants, and based on our experience, this course contains 2 parts:
2 day frontal workshop
2 weeks online support (through a whatsapp group)
Learn the unique mindset of Agile Product Management.
Understand how to manage backlogs, from roadmap to release to iteration, on the Team and the Project levels.
Understand and practice writing Epics and breaking them into Features and Stories.
Get a clear understanding of the relevant frameworks implementing Agile and the role of the Product Owner and Product Manager roles in an Agile environment.
Understand how to effectively work with Agile Teams and stakeholders.
Product Managers, Product Line Managers, Product Owners, Business Owners, Business Analysts, R&D Managers, Team Leaders and System Architects.
Having prior basic familiarity with Agile will help you gain the most out of this course.
Agile & Lean Introduction
Lean Startup Basics – how to know that we’re building the right thing and know it quickly
Product Backlog Management – Agile approach to requirements
What are Epics, Features and Stories and how to write them
PO / PM Roles – Working efficiently with Agile teams
How the value flows with roadmaps and iterations
KPIs and visibility
This workshop is NOT:
A general product management course, we don’t cover topics such as market analysis, customer development, details of A/B testing, etc.
Agile Project/Program Management course
Instead of a transformation / Agile implementation process, it’s complementary to it.