Here’s a simple Class Fit Tool to help you determine with advanced class is right for you!
- Facilitate better dialogue between the Product Owner, Scrum Team members, customers, stakeholders, and executives
- Respond confidently when encountering resistance to change, lack of engagement, low motivation, and unavailability of key people
- Increase engagement to encourage greater accountability, commitment, and buy-in
- Scale Scrum and Agile beyond a single team
Prerequisites: Have a current Certified ScrumMaster Certification (CSM). Individuals who have been in the ScrumMaster role for at least 12 months.
- Manage multiple business initiatives from competing stakeholders
- Clearly order and express Product Backlog items
- Define a clear product vision that ensures your product remains focused on the features your customers and end-users will actually use
- Communicate effectively with various stakeholder groups to achieve alignment
- Identify the crucial opportunities and avoid wasting time
- Define and validate business value
- Increase your credibility as a product expert and become recognized as a person who delivers real business results
Prerequisites: Hold an active Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) certification with the Scrum Alliance. Validate at least 12 months of work experience specific to the role of Product Owner.
- Explore EOS®, the Entrepreneurial Operating System, so that I can have results-based metrics to help me grow Agile in my organization.
- Discover the mindset shift required for Agility, so that I can support my organization during the transition.
- Study the importance of change management in an Agile transformation, so that I can effectively support change in my organization.
- Explore why Agile is best suited for the complexity and uncertainty of work so that I can understand where it might be appropriate within my organization.
- Appreciate why focusing on culture is important and explore management trends and their associated cultures, so that I can influence culture in my organization.
- Learn different ways to be engaged and aware of what is going on, so that I am not micromanaging my team.
- Investigate techniques to increase team engagement and motivation, so that I can help my teams grow
- Effectively evaluate self-organizing, self-managing teams, so that I can free up my time to lead.
Step 2: Culture Workshop: CAL II Advanced Education
Step 3: Peer Workshop: CAL II Certification