Course Length: 2 days (or 14 hours)
CertiProf® offers the Scrum Product Owner Professional Certificate SPOPC™ program to validate
your knowledge about Scrum. Our examination is a multiple-choice online test and you can take it from
your own PC from anywhere around the world.
After the completion of the Product Owner Professional exam, you can expect to gain a general overview
and understanding on how to maximize the value of the product and the work of the Development
1. Introduction to Agile and Scrum
2. Scrum practices
3. Scrum planning
4. Scrum events
5. Monitoring Scrum project
6. Advanced Scrum concepts
7. Product Owner Role
This certification is appropriate for anyone who is interested in becoming a Scrum Product Owner.
There are no formal prerequisites for this certification.
What is Agile?
Aspects and Pillars of the Manifesto
Principles Behind the Agile Manifesto
Declaration of Interdependence
The 6 Values Declaration of Interdependence
What is Agility?
How should we see Agility?
Why Agile Methodologies?
Traditional Project Management
Definition of Scrum Over Time
Definition of Scrum in the Guide (2020)
Importance of the Scrum Guide
Control of Empirical Processes
5 Principles of Lean Thinking
Three Pillars of Scrum
Self-managed Over Self-organized
Product Owner Characteristics
Responsibilities of a Product Owner
Product Owner Role
How to shape a Product Vision?
Product Owner Role
Product Owner Success
Scrum Team Communication
Stakeholders are Divided Into
Agile Product Management
Estimation Planning Poker
A Product Backlog Should be DEEP
Sorting or prioritizing?
Refinement of the Product Backlog
Commitment: Product Objective
Empirical Process Control
Commitment: Sprint Goal
Commitment: Definition of Done
How is a User Story made up?
Structure of a User Story
User Stories: A New Order in Requirements
Some Characteristics of User Stories
Level of Detail
Features: Invest Model
User Stories Foundations Certificate
How is a Task formed?
Definition of Done
Advantages of Time-Boxing
Where is Time - Boxing used?
General Concepts Product Management
Product Market Fit
Lean Product Process
Lean as a Strategy
Agile Product Roadmaps
Methods for Scaling
Additional Aspects - Daily Scrum
Techniques for Conducting a Retrospective
The 5 Stages of a Retrospective