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Course Description

The Scrum product owner professional (SPOP) course aims at delivering an overall comprehension of the scrum related minute details and performances. This further extends to an extent that also includes the implementation and execution of the Scrum concepts, practices, principles and methodologies that are crucial for a smooth product management process. 

Through the SPOP certification, professionals can get an insight into the roles and responsibilities as a Product owner. The candidates are able to comprehend the client’s requirements and thus are able to produce what the client requires and demands while taking care of the resources that are available with the organization. They bridge the gap between the organization and the demands of the clients.

Product owners are responsible for the management of the projects as they are capable of deriving the most benefit out of the teams and the team members who work on the completion of the projects. Apart from this they are also responsible for establishing the right communication channels to support the product development processes. A Product owner can look for avenues through which they can refine their skills and knowledge and the Scrum product owner professional is one of them. The SPOP certification offered by Scrumversity is a perfect fit for a working professional. 

Through the Scrum Product owner professional certification, learn about the product development life cycle and deliver optimum results and outcomes that are desired by the organization. Regulate the Product release and guide the scrum team towards accomplishing great results that benefit the product’s success. Get started with your Product owner career by taking the Scrum Product Owner Professional Certification. 

 

WHY LEARNINGUA?

  • At Learningua, the curriculum is custom-built to deliver industry-relevant knowledge and information that is required in order to qualify as a competent product owner. The curriculum remains up-to-date and therefore is a great option for those who would like to go with the times.

  • The training delivery comprises interactive sessions that enhance the overall learning experience. Through interactions the participants are able to discuss their doubts and queries to get resolution for the same.

  • Entire courseware is supplied by us that includes all the in-house material along with the most popular published materials that one can refer to while handling product management in a real-life setup.

  • Career counselling is also offered as a part of the entire training course that offers many alternative options that one can take as far as widening of Scrum knowledge is concerned.

  • The interested participants can opt for a demo session just to get an idea of what really follows in the actual training session.

  • One of our major USPs of Scrum Product Owner certification training is the trainers that are appointed to deliver the entire course. They are skilled, qualified and provide round the clock assistance to the participants.

 

MAJOR OBJECTIVES OF THE SPOP CERTIFICATION TRAINING

  • The training focuses on enhancing the skills that are required to become a competent scrum product owner. Through the training, the candidates are able to learn about Scrum, scrum flow and other scrum related terminologies that are necessary for enhancing the entire product development process.

  • The training also provides a medium through which professionals can work on their leadership skills that are mandatory to lead the Scrum and Agile teams to achieve total contribution in the entire product completion.

  • Learn how you can act as a source of motivation for the entire team working on product development. Through this, the team members are always motivated to achieve great results and outcomes that are required for enhancing the overall productivity in the organization.

  • Improve your communication skills to an extent that you are able to form a smooth channel of communication between the stakeholders, clients and the organization. Internal communication also improves. 

  • Learn regarding the implementation of scrum sprint and also effectively maximise the return of investment (ROI).

 

PREREQUISITES

There are no prerequisites formulated for taking the Scrum Product Owner Professional certification. Anyone who is looking to take over the role of a Product Owner in the organization can go for the SPOP certification.

Nonetheless, it is always advisable to have some background knowledge regarding the Scrum framework and its implementation to accelerate smoothly during the entire training process. 

EXAMINATION FORMAT

As far as the Scrum Product Owner Professional Certification is concerned, there is no examination to acquire it. Just attend the training and get certified with the Scrum Product owner professional credential and get into the roles and responsibilities of a Scrum Product Owner.

BENEFITS OF SCRUM PRODUCT OWNER CERTIFICATION TRAINING

  • Get recognized in your workplace after taking the Scrum Product Owner Profesional (SPOP) certification. You will be entitled to receive optimum recognition for your skills and Scrum knowledge.

  • Enjoy credit for your work and get an appreciation for the work you perform.

  • If you become a scrum product owner then you will become eligible for a plethora of career-advancing opportunities and possibilities that can accelerate your overall growth as a professional.

  • After completing the SPOP certification, you can step ahead through other intermediate and advance Scrum certifications.

  • Grab excellent industry exposure through building connections with the other certified Product owners. Experience the art of network building.

  • With the effective execution of the scrum concepts and theories build your current skills and knowledge to excel as a Product owner.

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS

  • Be a part of an 18 hours long training experience that is spread across 2 days.

  • Receive 18 scrum educational units upon the completion of the entire training program.

  • The training course also offers various simulation exams and constant examination counselling sessions are held to motivate the participants. 

  • For training, the candidates can opt for either E-learning or Live virtual classroom training that is held online. Another mode is a physical classroom.

  • Presence of Industry experts adds another dimension to the overall SPOP certification training course, it makes it more interactive.

  • The SPOP qualification certificate is offered by Scumversity.

Curriculum

  • Sl. No.
  • Chapter
  • Chapter - 1
  • INTRODUCTION TO AGILE / SCRUM
  • Chapter - 1.1
  • What is Agile
  • Chapter - 1.2
  • Agile Manifesto
  • Chapter - 1.3
  • Definition of Scrum
  • Chapter - 1.4
  • Scrum History
  • Chapter - 1.5
  • FIVE values of scrum
  • Chapter - 1.6
  • Scrum Values defined
  • Chapter - 1.7
  • Scrum values and behaviors
  • Chapter - 1.8
  • Scrum Characteristics
  • Chapter - 1.9
  • Scrum Roles
  • Chapter - 1.10
  • What is the difference between Agile & Scrum
  • Chapter - 2
  • WHY AGILE
  • Chapter - 2.1
  • Agile Manifesto
  • Chapter - 2.2
  • Empirical process control
  • Chapter - 2.3
  • Defined process control
  • Chapter - 2.4
  • Why is scrum empirical process control
  • Chapter - 2.5
  • The Big Picture
  • Chapter - 2.6
  • Delivering Value Early & Often
  • Chapter - 2.7
  • Faster Turnaround Time & Shorter Feedback Cycle
  • Chapter - 2.8
  • Scrum Team Composition - Engineering Team (Dev+QA, Product Owner, Scrum Master)
  • Chapter - 3
  • Product Owner Basic
  • Chapter - 3.1
  • Understanding Product Owner role
  • Chapter - 3.2
  • What is the role in scrum
  • Chapter - 3.3
  • A good product owner
  • Chapter - 3.4
  • Product owner success
  • Chapter - 3.5
  • Responsibilities
  • Chapter - 3.6
  • Understanding Product vision
  • Chapter - 3.7
  • Vision Boards
  • Chapter - 3.8
  • What is the problem we are trying to solve
  • Chapter - 3.9
  • What value is it going to provide to the end user
  • Chapter - 3.10
  • The Big Picture (Product roadmap)
  • Chapter - 3.11
  • Product Visualization / Preparing Product Plan
  • Chapter - 3.12
  • Prepare/ walk through a case study to explain product plan creation
  • Chapter - 3.13
  • UX-UI design in product
  • Chapter - 4
  • Product backlog ownership
  • Chapter - 4.1
  • Product backlog creation
  • Chapter - 4.2
  • Creating work flows from Use cases
  • Chapter - 4.3
  • What is backlog and how to create it
  • Chapter - 4.4
  • how much details
  • Chapter - 4.5
  • Emergence and how to handle it
  • Chapter - 4.6
  • Progressive refinement
  • Chapter - 4.7
  • Story formats – Problem statement, Description, Acceptance Criteria
  • Chapter - 4.8
  • Identifying stories from Use cases & Work flows
  • Chapter - 4.9
  • Story Sizing – How many acceptance criteria per story?
  • Chapter - 4.10
  • Identifying dependencies
  • Chapter - 4.11
  • prioritization and Backlog Grooming
  • Chapter - 4.12
  • Relative weighting
  • Chapter - 4.13
  • Feature scoring
  • Chapter - 4.14
  • Business value
  • Chapter - 4.15
  • Time boxed stories. What/ Why?
  • Chapter - 5
  • Release Planning
  • Chapter - 5.1
  • Estimation
  • Chapter - 5.2
  • What do you as PO need know for estimates
  • Chapter - 5.3
  • Basic Principles
  • Chapter - 5.4
  • Accuracy in estmation
  • Chapter - 5.5
  • Estimate Size & velocity , Effort vs Accuracy
  • Chapter - 5.6
  • What is a good Plan
  • Chapter - 5.7
  • Planning
  • Chapter - 5.8
  • Release Planning
  • Chapter - 5.9
  • Technical Debt / Bugs prioritization
  • Chapter - 5.10
  • Mid sprint – Reviews / Handling spill over
  • Chapter - 5.11
  • Velocity
  • Chapter - 5.12
  • Understanding “Velocity”
  • Chapter - 5.13
  • Incorporating feedback from Retrospectives
  • Chapter - 6
  • Product Feature acceptance
  • Chapter - 6.1
  • Defining – Definition of done
  • Chapter - 6.2
  • Story acceptance
  • Chapter - 6.3
  • When / Where / How
  • Chapter - 6.4
  • Customer reviews / communication

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