Scrum product owner certified

Scrum product owner certified
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Course Overview

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.

Why You should do this course

  • 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

Course Outline

 

    • 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
         Meeting
      ○ 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