Scrum Product Owner Certified (SPOC™) – 2 Days, 14 PDUs

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SCRUMstudy PRODUCT OWNER CERTIFIED (SPOC)™

(2 days, 14 PDUs)


Learning Objectives

• To learn the key concepts in Scrum as defined in the Scrum Body of Knowledge (SBOK™ Guide).

• Obtain a basic understanding of how the Scrum framework works in delivering successful projects.

• To learn how to handle the business aspects and stakeholders in a Scrum environment.


Course Overview and Agenda

The Scrum Product Owner Certified (SPOC) certification exam is designed to confirm applicants' practical and working knowledge of Scrum, which equips them to handle the business aspects and stakeholders in a Scrum environment. This exam prep course is highly recommended for everyone in an organization who works on a Scrum team or anyone who interacts with any Scrum team (product owner or other key stakeholder) or who is interested in understanding the basics of Scrum and how this method could be used effectively. Class Participants will be awarded the Scrum Product Owner Certified (SPOC™) certificate by SCRUMstudy™ after successfully passing the certification exam.


Agile and Scrum Overview

• What is Agile?

• Why Use Agile?

• The Agile Manifesto

• Principles of the Agile Manifesto

• Agile Methods

• Scrum Summary

• Other Agile Methods

• Scrum Overview

Sprint Planning

• Sprints (from Product Owners point of view)

• Sprint Planning Meeting

• Planning Game

• Task Estimation

• The Spring Backlog


Scrum Roles

• Scrum Roles

• The Product Owner

• The Scrum Master

• Advantages of Cross-Functional Teams


Implementation of Scrum

• Daily Stand-Up Meeting

• Sprint Review Meeting

• Sprint Retrospective Meeting

• Product Backlog Grooming


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


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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