The course Professional Product Owner (PSPO), a 2-day course, aims to achieve a deep understanding in how to maximize the value of products and systems in an Agile organization.

Traditional project management has been strongly challenged through the introduction of Agility: it is not about projects anymore, it is about maximizing value with products that fulfil the customer’s needs!

In this course, students will develop and solidify their knowledge of being a Product Owner through instruction and team-based exercises. The responsibility a Product owner has, delivering a successful product, will become clearer from an Agile perspective. We will also take a closer look at the relationship between the Product Owner and Product Management. Prioritization is also an important part of this course; how do we know what is the next thing we should work on? Metrics are identified to track the creation of value and the successful delivery of the product to the marketplace.

Within the course we will go through real-life examples we have seen when coaching numerous companies. We will also take a closer look at the daily challenges organizations face when applying Scrum such as planning, portfolio management, leadership and conflict handling.

We offer this course as an online course or presential course option.




Over two days, we will learn, following a theoretical and practical approach, the units described below:

  • Agile Product Management
  • Value oriented development
  • The Scrum Framework
  • Running a Scrum project
  • Backlog handling and refinement
  • Agile Release Management

Who should attend?


Who should atend

The following participants will benefit from this course:

  • Project managers, Portfolio/Program Managers and PMO
  • Product Managers
  • Line Managers
  • Process Managers
  • Enterprise Architects, System Architects, Solution Architects
  • Anybody resposible for product success in the market

Please get in touch with us. Together we will find the best solution for you and your company.

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