Scrum Product Owner Certification

About the Course

Scrum Product Owner Certified (SPOC™) certification exam is designed to confirm applicants practical and working knowledge of Scrum that equips them to handle the business aspects and stakeholders in a Scrum environment.

  • A thorough understanding of the foundation of Scrum and the scope of the Certified Scrum Product Owner’s role from highly experienced certified Scrum professionals
  • The ability to demonstrate your knowledge of core Scrum methodologies to employers and peers.
  • If you’re someone who is comfortable with the “business side” of projects, you are probably the right person to aim for a Certified Scrum Product Owner® (CSPO®) certification. While the Certified ScrumMaster® (CSM®) helps the Scrum Team work together to learn and implement Scrum, as CSPO, you create a product vision, order the product backlog, and make sure the best possible job is done to delight the customer.Benefits of a Certified Scrum Product Owner certification:Generic placeholder image Expand your career opportunities across all industry sectors adopting Agile practices Generic placeholder image Demonstrate your attainment of core Scrum knowledge Generic placeholder image Learn the foundation of Scrum ad the scope of the role Generic placeholder image Engage width Scrum practitioners commited to continuous improvement In addition to fulfilling the role of Product Owner on a Scrum Team, your CSPO certification gives you a two-year membership with Scrum Alliance®. Join local user groups and online social networks, gain access to deep discounts on Gatherings, and more.
Course Outline ( Scrum Product Owner Certification )

Agile and Scrum Overview

○ What is Agile?

○ Why use Agile?

○ The Agile Manifesto

○ Principles of the Agile Manifesto

○ Agile Methods

○ Other Agile Methods

○ Scrum Overview

○ Scrum Summary

Scrum Roles

Scrum Roles

○ The Product Owner

○ The Scrum Team

○ The Scrum Master

○ Advantages of Cross-functional Teams

 Planning in Scrum

Scrum Flow

○ Requirements in Scrum

○ Prioritizing the Product Backlog

○ Adaptive Project Management

○ Scrum Planning

○ User Stories

○ The Concept of Persona

○ Acceptance Criteria

○ Generic Done Criteria

○ Criteria for a Good User Story

○ Estimation

○ Importance of Value

○ Risk Burndown Graphics

○ Scrum Board

 Sprint Planning

Sprints (from Product

  Owner’s point of view)

Sprint Planning Meeting

○ Planning Game

○ Task Estimation

○ The Sprint Backlog

 Implementation of Scrum

Daily Stand-up Meeting

○ Sprint Review Meeting

○ Sprint Retrospective


○ Product Backlog Grooming

 Scrum for Large Projects

○ Scrum for Large Projects

○ The Chief Product Owner

○ Distributed teams in Scrum

○ Transition to Scrum

○ Mapping Traditional Roles  to Scrum

Maintaining Stakeholder Involvement

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