Agile Product Ownership
Analysis (POA) Course
Come join us for IIBA Toronto's
IIBA Product Ownership Analysis
- This course starts Tuesday, May 30, 7 pm ET. Sessions are 3 hours each
- This course issues 15 CDUs for recertification
- This course will assist in preparing for the IIBA CPOA certification exam
What contributed to Product Ownership
- Traditional Product Ownership
- Agile business analysis
- Product management
- Human-centered design approaches
- Business model development
- Lean start-up model
- Design sprint methods
- Lean product development
The soul of business analysis is
- Problem Analysis
- Problem Solving
- Shared Understanding, Informing
The soul of product development is
- User-centered design – human-centered focus on understanding user needs and preferences
- Agile development – iterative and incremental
- Design thinking – empathy, team collaboration, prototyping alternatives, with a process that encourages innovation
- Lean startup – building a MVP to test and validate assumptions before moving forward with full scale product development
- Continuous improvement – continuously testing and continuously improving the product
IIBA Product Ownership Analysis
Study Group Modules
The Product Ownership Framework
- Apply Foundational Concepts
- Cultivate Customer Intimacy
- Engage the Whole Team
- Make an Impact
- Deliver Often
- Learn Fast
- Obsess about Value
Product Ownership and Agile
- Continuing Evolution of the Business Analysis Practice
- Understanding Product Ownership Analysis
- Agile Manifesto and 12 Principles
- Lean, DevOps, and Kanban
- Agile Product Management
- Overview of Product Ownership Analysis Techniques
- Overview of some Agile Techniques
- Overview of Agile Practices
- Lessons from Industry
- Key Concepts
- People and the Team
- The Product
- The Process
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