PeopleCert Scrum Product Owner II was designed for all professionals who wish to master the Scrum Framework and the role of the Product Owner.
Design and Deliver awesome Products
Scrum is a lightweight framework that enables teams and organizations design, develop, and deliver better product faster, while adapting to external changes.
Scrum originated in Software Development and IT, where it was used to deliver high quality and complex software products. Now, Scrum is adapted across business functions (operations, security, marketing, sales, HR, etc.) making it an ideal enabler for agile transformation initiatives.
The Scrum Product Owner Role
Within a Scrum team, the Product Owner serves as the link between the Scrum Team and the Business or Customer, and his primary focus is to communicate the product vision and strategy while ensuring it remains aligned to business goals.
The Product Owner achieves that by helping everyone understand the vision and strategy, the product’s value proposition and the business goals it will achieve, and by directing, prioritizing, and collecting feedback.
Why should you get PCSPO II certified?
Although Scrum is lightweight and easy to understand, it is also very hard to master. Today, 81% of organizations use Scrum (66%) or a Scrum Hybrid (15%) as they have embraced agility, but only 16% report that their agile maturity is above average. This creates an urgency for up- and re-skilling, to match the need.
Becoming a PCSPO I certified professional will help you prove your skills and stand out from the crowd.
5 + 1 reasons why you need a PCSPO I certification
- Product Owners’ Market is rising. Current LinkedIn job openings; EU: 35k, USA: 99k, APAC: 26k
- Define product vision and strategy
- Create, order, and refine the Product Backlog
- Manage multi-Scrum Team Environments
- Balance Stakeholders expectations to team capacity
- Practical, interactive, lightweight
- Get certified anytime, anyplace
- Lifetime validity
Learning areas covered
- Agile Project Management Fundamentals
Refresh your memory on what Agile and Scrum are, their key principles and values, how they work and their key success factors.
- Value-Driven Product Management
Visualize and affectively communicate Product Strategy, Product Ideas and Features. Analyze Product Plan or forecast, learn the techniques of modeling and measuring value. Dive deeper into Validating Product Assumptions, from different approaches to hypothesis planning and testing, to testing the effectiveness of a Sprint Review.
- The Product Owner Role
Refresh the core skills and traits of a successful Product Owner. How should a Product Owner think and act to support product success, what are the cognitive biases that may impact the product owner’s capability to effectively deliver business value.Dive deeper in Stakeholders Management and learn how to work with the Developers and how the roles scales when working in a Multi-Scrum Team Environment.
- Product Backlog Management
Refresh how to build, order, and refine the Product Backlog. Learn techniques for ordering, organizing, and filtering the product backlog, that link product goals to strategy. Learn to assess Product Backlog “readiness” before starting a new Sprint, three ways to improve Product Backlog refinement and understand the benefits gained when outcomes and impact are maximized while minimizing output.