Programming & Development

Scrum Product Owner Certified (SPOC®)


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. Product Owner represents the interests of the stakeholders in the Scrum Team. Commonly called ‘the voice of the customer’, the Product Owner is responsible for ensuring clear communication of product or service functionality requirements. The Product Owner also prioritizes the requirements from the point of view of an end user, for maximum business benefit, defines the Acceptance Criteria, and ensuring those criteria are met. Applicants will be awarded the Scrum Product Owner Certified (SPOC™) certificate by SCRUMstudy upon successfully passing the certification exam. This course will earn you 14 PDUs. This course includes an exam voucher.

Who Should Attend
This certification is for anyone who interfaces with stakeholders or works as a Product Owner in a Scrum Team. There is no formal prerequisite for this certification. However, SDC™ or SMC™ Certified professionals will be able to better understand the concepts required for this certification exam.

Course Outline:

Ground Rules/Working Agreements
Course Objectives
Course Outcomes
Course Methodology
About SCRUMstudy
About the SPOC™ Certification Exam
What is agile
Why use agile
The agile manifesto
Principles of the agile manifesto
Declaration of interdependence
Traditional vs. Agile project management
Planning in scrum
Scrum framework
Scrum roles
Scrum flow
Process 8.1: create project vision
Process 8.2: identify scrum master and stakeholder(s)
Process 8.3: form scrum team
Process 8.4: develop epic(s)
Process 8.5: create prioritized product backlog
Process 8.6: conduct release planning
Process 9.1: create user stories
Process 9.2: approve, estimate, and commit user stories
Process 9.3: create tasks
Process 9.4: estimate tasks
Process 9.5: create sprint backlog
Process 10.1: create deliverables
Process 10.2: conduct daily standup
Process 10.3: groom prioritized product backlog
Process 11.1: convene scrum of scrums
Process 11.2: demonstrate and validate sprint
Process 11.3: retrospect sprint
Process 12.1: ship deliverables
Process 12.2: retrospect project
Practices for value-driven delivery
Risk management
Risk-adjusted backlog
Scalability of scrum
Transition to scrum

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