• Aug 13 - Aug 13, 2021

    1 hour, 01:00 PM CDT - 02:00 PM CDT

    • Free
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Being a Product Owner is an integral part of any Agile Organization. Everyone’s journey to the Product Owner role (Accountabilities) is very different. Some come from the business side of the Organization, some from technology, and some from a variety of different backgrounds. Whether you were recruited into a Product Owner role or transitioned from product management, the Product Owner is one of the most critical roles in Scrum. As one of the top 20 growing jobs in the US, now is the ideal time to get your Product Owner or Advanced certifications! 

Join Braintrust President Kate Megaw, CST, to learn about Product Owner career paths and hear from Product Owners about their Product Owner journey. Come prepared with questions on how you can develop your Product Owner career! 

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