A Product Owner’s accountability is not just writing requirement specification (user stories) or managing a Product Backlog. Product Owners need to have a concrete understanding of all product management aspects, including but not limited to product ownership, that drives value from their products. Being a professional Product Owner is about minimizing the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of the product, thereby maximising the value to the development organisation, the sponsors and the users of the product. Professional Scrum Product Owners demonstrate the knowledge and understanding of Scrum, the Product Owner accountability and their ability to apply that knowledge in real-world situations.

Professional Scrum Product Owner™ I (PSPO-I) is a 2-day intensive course that focuses on all of these areas to teach students how to maximize the value of products and systems. Through theory, case studies and hands-on group activities, the participants will learn (and also validate) their understanding of being a professional Product Owner and the importance of empiricism in product development.

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Agile Product Management

Value-Driven Development

Scrum Principles & Empiricism

The Scrum Framework

Product Backlog Management

Release Management

2-days face-to-face / Live Online training program 

One FREE attempt of PSPO I assessment, of value $200.

Another FREE attempt of PSPO I ($200) if the first attempt is made within 14 days after the class AND if the participant doesn't pass in the first attempt

40% on PSPO II assessment after passing PSPO I

Participants can claim 14 SEUs and/or PDUs towards their Scrum Alliance and PMI certificate renewal.

The PSPO course is relevant for all involved in product development by applying the Scrum framework. This course is specifically designed for those taking up the highly accountable role of Scrum Product Owner and responsible for a product’s success in the market.

Product Owners / Product Managers


Business Analysts

Project Managers and Team Leaders

All Scrum Practitioners