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Advanced Agile Product Owner

Ilan Kirshenbaum

May 3rd, 2022


  • Effort estimation & Value estimationDoes it seem that the team never understands what you mean?
  • Having a hard time splitting user stories to shippable items?
  • Struggling with predicting when will we reach the deadline?
  • Having a hard time with prioritization of requirements?

If the answer to the questions above is yes, you may want may want to attend this workshop.
The Agile product owner workshop is 1 a day experiential training.
This workshop will provide a better and deeper understanding of the Agile Product owner role which will help
the PO to improve his efficiency resulting in a better product.


  • Knowing how to define what is the product vision, and what is it for.
  • Ability to create a product roadmap based on the vision.
  • Ability to create a product roadmap based on the vision.
  • Understanding of user-centric requirements and how to deal with them.
  • Write, analyze and prioritize requirements in the format of User stories.
  • nderstand the “how” of the PO roles and responsibilities.
  • Create, Maintain and work with the product backlog.
  • Create, Maintain and work with the product backlog.
  • Make the most out of working with Burndown charts and Metrics.
  • Understand the Definition of Done.


Target Audience
This workshop is for Product managers, product owners and Agile coaches who want to advance their learning
further and build amazing products.

Workshop outline 

  • Product roadmap
  • The Lean Canvas
  • Requirements
  • Personas as the base for requirements.
  • User stories
  • Product backlog
  • roduct backlog items
    •  Functional requirements
    • Non-functional requirements
  • Effort estimation & Value estimation
  •  reating a backlog – Backlog workshop
  •  Maintaining the backlog – Backlog grooming
  •  Learning to read the backlog – tips for keeping it clear
  •  Prioritization techniques
  •  Burndown charts & Metrics
  •  Understanding the Burndown
  •  Burndown smells
  • Extra data that can be added to the Burndown
  • Extra data that can be added to the Burndown
  • Tracing project progress
  • Pricing tips for a project
  • The sprint review
  • Definition of Done
  • Acceptance criteria
  • Backlog prioritization


This is a general syllabus and in case of an in-house training, it is possible to make the necessary adjustments
to make it more appropriate for your organization’s specific needs.

What people that participated say:

Shlomi NemirovskiGeneral Federation of Labour in Israel
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Practical Software was the provider for a custom system for the internal elections for the leading workers union in Israel. The risk was high, and I was skeptical because of my experience with software products. But everything worked like a dream, and the support from Practical Software during elections day was beyond expectations. I’d love to work with them again as my supplier for software development.
Efrat BelamsAutomations manager at Cisco
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I met Ilan from Practical Agile as a consultant working with a development group that I led in Cisco in 2016. We worked together for about 6 months, during which you taught me management models, approaches and terms related to Agile and in general. During this period I had a chance to observe and participate in various activities you ran with my group. During these months we worked together I implemented with your support management principles within the Cisco organizational constraints at the time, and we succeeded to bring meaningful changes in the group.