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UPDATED! CSPO in New York, NY on April 14-15, 2016 with Greg Smith

  • Ruck and Maul Agile Training Center 140 Washington Street New York, NY, 10006 United States (map)

Use promo code nyccspo to receive $305 off of the REGULAR ticket type

By earning a Certified Scrum Product Owner® certification you:

  • Expand your career opportunities by staying relevant and marketable across all industry sectors adopting Agile practices.
  • Demonstrate to employers and peers your attainment of core Scrum knowledge.
  • Learn the origins of Scrum and the scope of the Certified Scrum Product Owner's role from the best minds in Scrum.
  • Engage with a community of recognized Scrum experts who are committed to continuous improvement.

As a CSPO, you will be able to fill the role of Product Owner or Scrum team member. Through the certification process, you will gain an understanding of the Scrum framework, including team roles, activities, meetings, and artifacts.  

Additionally, with your CSPO certification, you will have access to local user groups, online social networks, and additional resources that are only available to Scrum Alliance members.

In addition, CSPO's receive a profile page on the SCRUM ALLIANCE® website and have access to a specially designed logo to highlight their credentials. 


  • Understand the Scrum Flow, the core components of the Scrum framework, and the Scrum vocabulary
  • Focus on your challenges and questions
  • Explore technically challenging projects using Scrum
  • Discuss distributed teams and global organizations from a Scrum perspective
  • Learn about requirements management, product backlogs, stories and epics
  • Understand the importance of having the product vision as an overarching goal galvanizing the entire Scrum team
  • Understand that the accuracy of an estimate is more important than the precision of the estimate


  • Scrum Framework overview and Scrum Values discussion
  • Roles in Scrum: Development Team, Product Owner, Scrum Master and the Scrum Team concept. Plus the mapping to the roles in your organization: developers, testers, the PMO, the development manager, the QA manager, architects, stakeholders, managers.
  • Product Backlog: the concepts of “five levels of planning”; principles of just in time detail; refinement of the backlog, when and how; user stories, format and use
  • Estimating the work on the backlog
  • Prioritizing work on the backlog