CSPO Certification Training Course in , United States

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Instructor-Led classroom training
Expert trainer, interactive sessions, practice tests
Real Life examples and case studies
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Course Overview

Participate in our Certified Scrum Product Owner training course to prepare for the CSPO certification exam in . Our expert trainer, full length simulation tests, practice questions with answers, interactive classroom training sessions and comprehensive course content will enable you to ace the CSPO exam on your first attempt. Please fill-in the enquiry form or e-mail info (at) icertglobal (dot) com for more information about our Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) certification training exam prep courses in , United States.

CSPO Certification Training Course in , United States
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Course Overview

Certified Scrum Product Owner® (CSPO) professionals have been taught the Scrum terminology, practices, and principles that enable them to fulfill the role of Product Owner on a Scrum team. CSPOs are typically the individuals who are closest to the "business side" of the project. The course trains on the set of concepts and practices that must be learned by anyone attending a CSPO course. It describes the knowledge and understanding that attendees will exit the CSPO training having been exposed to.
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Eligiblity

The first step toward your CSPO is familiarizing yourself with Scrum. We've compiled a list of resources that can help you see how Scrum transforms the world of work.
Then attend an in-person, two day (16 hour) CSPO course taught by a Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) or Endorsed Scrum Trainer (EST). You will be eligible for 16 Scrum Education Units (SEUs) upon successful completion of this course.
This course will help you understand how Scrum works by focusing on your role as the Product Owner, or customer, for a Scrum team. Topics that are covered include managing stakeholders, ROI, backlog grooming, creating effective user stories, acceptance criteria for user stories, and defining "Done."
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Course Agenda


Scrum  Basics
Understand  the  Scrum  Flow,  the  core  components  of  the  Scrum  framework,  and  the  Scrum  vocabulary
Understand the principles/legs of empirical process control
Understand the work culture Scrum creates

Roles  &  Responsibilities
Understand the scope of the Product Owner role in detail
Understand  the  scope  of  the  ScrumMaster  role  at a  high  level
Understand  why  there  is  no  project  manager  and  no  agile

Product  Vision
Understand  the  importance  of  having  the  product  vision  as  an  overarching  goal  galvanizing  the  entire  Scrum  team
Understand  the  desirable  qualities  of  the  vision
Understand  how  the  vision  can  be  shaped
Understand  the  importance  of  carrying  out  just  enough  prep  work
Understand  the  relationship  between  vision  and  product  roadmap
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FAQ's

Who is responsible for the certification and examination process?

Scrum Alliance, Inc. is the entity awarding certification.  CSPO® examination is managed and certification awarded by  Scrum Alliance, Inc. It is important to note and know that the  CSPO® is responsible for certification.

 

What is agile?
Agile is a philosophy that uses organizational models based on people, collaboration, and
shared values. The Agile Manifesto outlines tenets of agile philosophy. Agile uses rolling
wave planning; iterative and incremental delivery; rapid and flexible response to change; and
open communication between teams, stakeholders, and customers. There are many agile
methodologies that adhere to these tenets, such as Scrum, XP, Lean and Test-driven Development (TDD).
Here are definitions for some common terms associated with agile principles and practices:

Term

Agile Manifesto

Agile Methodologies

Agile Practices

Agile Principles

Incremental and Iterative


Definition
A public declaration of the philosophy and principles of agile
software development, created in February 2001 in Snowbird, Utah, USA. Visit the Agile Manifesto to learn more.
Frameworks and processes whose practices support the Agile
Manifesto principles. Examples include: Scrum, Extreme
Programming (XP), Crystal, Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM Atern), Feature Driven Development (FDD).
Activities that are the application of agile principles.
Fundamental truths and shared values that drive behavior in
agile methodologies.
The approach of implementing a work product in successive
pieces (increments), while also gradually refining the work product through targeted improvements (iterations).


What are some examples of agile principles and practices?

• Agile principles and practices include:

  • Early, measurable return on investment through defined, iterative delivery of product increments.
  • High visibility of project progress allows early identification and resolution or monitoring of problems.
  • Continuous involvement of the customer throughout the product development cycle.
  • Empowerment of the business owner to make decisions needed to meet goals.
  • Adaptation to changing business needs, giving more influence over requirement changes.
  • Reduced product and process waste


What value do agile principles and practices bring to an organization?

Organizations who use agile principles and practices have documented the value

  • they see from these techniques:
  • Adaptive to changing business needs, giving the organization more influence over adding, changing, or removing requirements.
  • Early and continuous customer feedback improves communication and empowers business owners who can receive and review critical information necessary to make decisions to steer the project throughout the development process.
  • Early measurable return on investment.
  • High visibility and influence over the project progress leading to early indications of problems.
  • Incremental delivery rather than a singlecomplete delivery at the end of the project. Reduces product and process waste.

 




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