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Advanced Scrum Certifications

Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner


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Carlton Nettleton

Are you ready to begin your journey from Product Owner to Product Manager? Start your journey today with a one-year membership to the Applied Frameworks community and receive your Advanced CSPO certification.

Here is a list of the goals:

1. Online Orientation

This short course will give you some basic information about how to get started in our Online Education program and how to use the site.

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2. 2020 Coaching Circles

Coaching Circles are an opportunity for your to spend an hour with your instructor and peers to explore workplace challenges, answer questions, share your experiences with others and learn the late...

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3. Mastering the Product Backlog

Scrum Teams need a healthy, well-ordered Product Backlog in order to succeed.  In this course, we will share with you the important skills needed to refine and order the Product Backlog to enable t...

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4. Rapid Vision Generation

The product vision provides a comprehensive, persistent goal for a team. Without a clear, shared understanding of the product vision, teams can struggle to successfully meet customer needs. This co...

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5. Roadmapping That Works

In fast-moving environments, Agile teams can get lost in the gap that exists between product vision, product backlogs and task boards. A great collaboration framework can bridge this gap and ensur...

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6. User Stories: Words & Pictures

Most user stories are written poorly. On one end of the spectrum, there is simply not enough detail and the team remains unsure what to build. On the opposite end, user stories contain too much d...

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7. Solving Collaboration Challenges

Scrum, and other Agile frameworks, emphasize collaboration to achieve goals. The activities of Scrum and product management provide opportunities for collaboration. However, pretty much no guidan...

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8. Fundamentals of Facilitation

Most groups and organizations do well when confronted with normal, familiar problems. They quickly identify the issues before them, efficiently discuss the alternatives and swiftly converge on a s...

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9. Intermediate Facilitation

Most groups and organizations do well when confronted with normal, familiar problems. They quickly identify the issues before them, efficiently discuss the alternatives and swiftly converge on a s...

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10. Developing Inclusive Solutions

One of the big challenges to overcome with Scrum Teams (in-person or distributed) is maintaining momentum and follow though after the meeting is over. As a leader, one might believe everyone is in...

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11. Hypothesis Testing

Every product or service under development is based upon a variety of assumptions about the customer, the market, the technology and the users. In this course, learn about a structured set of prac...

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12. Fundamentals of Extreme Programming

In 2001, the dominate Agile process was Extreme Programming (XP). Fifteen years later, Scrum and Kanban dominate the marketplace of ideas while XP has faded into the background. This is a shame s...

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13. Scaling Scrum

When there's too much to do and too little time, coordinating multiple teams is often the best option. Collaboration between multiple Scrum teams presents unique challenges particularly when the te...

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14. Understanding Yourself: The Product Owner Stance

The Product Owner fills a pivotal role between customers and development teams. While the Scrum Guide elaborates a set of responsibilities, achieving success in the role requires diplomacy, decisiv...

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