Product Owner

Master Program1034 Ratings

The Product Owner needs to be a strong business decision-maker depending on the scope and criticality of the project. It is better to start the Product Owner career with market trends vision, UX/UI design, Technical abilities, and Data analysis knowledge. Having few years of experience is possible to move to C-level positions.

Responsibilities

The Product Owner focuses on such areas as building a valuable and shippable product and building product with maximum value. The main responsibilities of the Product Owner are maximizing product value and scrum team collaboration. The Product Owner primarily faces on customer and scrum team.

List of typical daily duties for Product Owner:

  • Maximize Product Value;
  • Provide Product Vision;
  • Expertise Product Marketing;
  • Make Decision about Product Release;
  • Lead Customer Involvement;
  • Collaborate Scrum Team Effectively;
  • Manage Product Backlog.
  • Live interaction with Industry leadershipIncludes live Master Classes and Ask me anything sessions
  • 100+ hours of live interactive learningLive Online classes by industry experts
  • With real time projectsBuilt on datasets of various scenarios & real time problems
  • ITlearn360 JobAssistGet noticed by the top hiring companies

Who can choose this career

Choose this career if you like to work with people to get needed information, researching and exploring market expectations, arranging and creating business requirements.

Requirements

Experience using Agile Methodology, Certification, Experience Managing teams, strong communicational skills.

Learning Path

  • Course 1

    Agile Project Management with JIRA

    JIRA for agile gives you complete understanding and hands-on experience on how one can utilize JIRA to implement effectively agile practices.
    Course curriculum

    Module 1: Introduction to JIRA & Getting started

    • 1.1  Introduction to JIRA course
    • 1.1  Getting started with JIRA
    • 1.1  Understanding JIRA Dashboard

    Module 2: Issues in Jira

    • 2.1  Creating Issues Part 1
    • 2.1  Creating Issues Part 2
    • 2.1  Configuring Issues

    Module 3: Sprint in Jira

    • 3.1  Creating Sprint Part 1
    • 3.1  Creating Sprint Part 2
    • 3.1  Running sprint TODO to WIP to DONE

    Module 4: Test issue in Jira

    • 4.1  Atlassian Market Place
    • 4.1  Install Zypher and Test issue Part 1
    • 4.1  Install Zypher and Test issue Part 2
    • 4.1  Write Test Issue in JIRA
    • 4.1  Writting Test steps
    • 4.1  Execute Test issue

    Module 5: Searching, Cloning and making bulk changes

    • 5.1  Clonning Issue
    • 5.1  Searching Issues and making bulk changes
    • 5.1  Exporting Issues
    • 5.1  Creating favorite search filters for Issues

    Module 6: Finding and reporting Bugs

    • 6.1  Finding and reporting Bugs
    • 6.1  Bug template
    • 6.1  Adding Defect in JIRA
    • 6.1  Attaching files and screenshot to Defects
    • 6.1  Searching Defects

    Module 7: Reports in Jira

    • 7.1  Reports in JIRA Part 1
    • 7.1  Reports in JIRA Part 2
    • 7.1  Reports – Burndown Chart Part 1
    • 7.1  Reports – Burndown Chart Part 2
    • 7.1  Reports – Sprint Chart
    • 7.1  Reports -Velocity chart

    Module 8: Traceability Matrix

    • 8.1  Traceability matrix

    Module 9: Boards in Jira

    • 9.1  Agile Boards
    • 9.1  Scrum board vs Kanban board
    • 9.1  Configure boards

    Module 10: Admin Task

    • 10.1  Install Jira and Create Project
    • 10.1  Create Project
    • 10.1  Invite members and create group
  • Course 2

    Master Job Preparation Course

    Course curriculum

    Module 1: Make Resume worth it

    • 1.1  Why professional resume?
    • 1.1  Basic tips for resume
    • 1.1  Important 8 things to leave off your resume
    • 1.1  What Employers do want in a resume..?
    • 1.1  What is cover letter
    • 1.1  Cover letter format
    • 1.1  Dos and don’ts of resume editing

    Module 2: Typical Sequence of Job Interview

    • 2.1  Physical interviews (20 tips)
    • 2.1  How can I prepare for a technical interview?
    • 2.1  What is a technical interview?
    • 2.1  Kind of technical questions

    Module 3: Successful Strategies to crack interview

    • 3.1  Study the targeted company
    • 3.1  Be ready to the interview questions
    • 3.1  Interview questions you should know by heart
    • 3.1  Impactful job interview tips from a recruiter – how to pass an interview
    • 3.1  Expert do's & don'ts advice to help you land the job

    Module 4: Strategies to Ace the Phone Interview

    • 4.1  Phone interview
    • 4.1  How to win a phone interview
    • 4.1  How to answer a phone interview call
    • 4.1  What questions to ask your interviewer
    • 4.1  Things not to say in a phone interview
    • 4.1  Top 15 phone interview questions

    Module 5: Common Interview Questions

    • 5.1  Behavioral interview questions (30+)

    Module 6: How to get expert in Marketing Resume

    • 6.1  Create accounts on job sites
    • 6.1  Get Your resume ready
    • 6.1  Apply for jobs on company websites
    • 6.1  Job application instructions
    • 6.1  Email job applications

    Module 7: Conclusion ( Ready for Interview Day)

    • 7.1  Special tips for the onsite interview
    • 7.1  Interview checklist
    • 7.1  Follow up
    • 7.1  Last minute tips and tricks

    Module 8: IT Companies & Staffing Companies

    • 8.1  List of IT companies & Staffing companies

    Module 9: Bragging Sheet

    • 9.1  Bragging sheet sample

    Module 10: DevOps Interview Question & Answer

    • 10.1  DevOps Interview Question & Answer