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Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner (A-CSPO)

This Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner (A-CSPO) course is aimed at practicing Product Owners, looking at growing skills and knowledge in areas such as stakeholder identification and management,collaboration techniques, scaling and advanced product backlog management. This certification focuses on how best practices can be applied to grow a Product Owner’s knowledge and skills to define and operate in a more Agile product based organisation driven by product outcomes and metrics, supported by results driven approaches.

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Benefits of getting a Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner Certification

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This training will allow you to demonstrate your achievement of core Scrum knowledge.

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You can increase your career opportunities across all the industry sectors by implementing Agile practices.

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You will learn the foundation of Scrum and the role of the Scrum Master.

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Engage with Scrum practitioners committed to continuous improvement.

Sample Questions

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You are in the Sprint Planning with the developers and the Scrum Master and have agreed on the Product Backlog Items which will be part for the Sprint Backlog. The Sprint goal need to be established before the planning end. Who should set this up?
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Who should take this A-CSPO Training ?

  • Business Analyst
  • Project Manager 
  • Product Manager
  • Functional Managers
  • Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
  • Software Developers
  • Developers
  • Software Testers
  • Team Leaders/Team Managers

In the Scrum process, the Product Owner is usually connected to the business side of the organisation. This person is aware of the stakeholders’ requirements as well as the final product’s vision. The aspiring product owner may already have a basic understanding of the Scrum Guide and wants to expand his or her Scrum knowledge, or he or she may be ready to focus especially on the Product Owner role’s unique elements.

Why We Built Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner Practice Test

Gaining the Certified Scrum Product Owner certification can be extremely beneficial for any product manager, but since there’s no actual exam to take it can be hard to know where to begin with evaluating your skills and knowledge. 

 

That’s why this Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner Practice Test is an essential resource for anyone looking to become a Certified Scrum Product Owner. It provides opportunities for users to answer Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner Practice Test sample questions related to the certification objectives and help them prepare for this critical step in their careers. Those who can proudly state they are compliant with Scrum principles, agile practices and techniques, aspiring Certified Scrum Product Owners must use this Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner Practice Test as a valuable resource in order to develop their skills and understanding of best practices. 

Agile & Scrum Practice Test Series

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Total time: 25 Mins

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Total time: 25 Mins

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Total time: 25 Mins

PRINCE2 Practice Test

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Total time: 25 Mins

Syllabus for the Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner course offered by the Scrum Alliance

Topics

  • Examining the Product Owner Role
  • Working with Stakeholders
  • Working with the Development Team
  • Product Ownership with Multiple Teams 

 

Learning Objectives: 

Describe why you value product ownership, and understand at least 3 techniques for interacting with stakeholders over the course of several sprints. Find out why the Product Owner needs to be careful not to build up technical debt. Choose at least two methods for managing, decreasing, or visualising dependencies.

Topics

  • Examining the Product Owner Role
  • Working with Stakeholders
  • Working with the Development Team
  • Product Ownership with Multiple Teams 

 

Learning Objectives: 

Describe why you value product ownership, and understand at least 3 techniques for interacting with stakeholders over the course of several sprints. Find out why the Product Owner needs to be careful not to build up technical debt. Choose at least two methods for managing, decreasing, or visualising dependencies.

Topics

  • Developing Practical Product Strategies
  • Advanced Product Planning and Forecasting 

 

Learning Objectives:

Learn how product strategy is operationalized over time in an Agile Organization through a practical example. Develop a product roadmap and practise at least one approach for communicating and visualising product strategy. 

Topics

  • Customer Research
  • Product Discovery 

 

Learning Objectives:

Learn how to connect teams with users and consumers directly, and put at least two product discovery techniques into practise.

Topics

  • Effective Business Value Delivery
  • Sprint Review
  • Validate Assumptions
  • Target Customer Hypothesis 

 

Learning Objectives:

Discover how to compare at least 2 techniques for validating assumptions and test out at least one method to include validating assumptions in the Scrum framework. Develop a plan to test at least one hypothesis and develop at least two hypotheses for a target audience.

Topics

  • Differentiating Outcome and Output
  • Defining Value
  • Ordering Items
  • Advanced Product Backlog Refinement  

 

Learning Objectives: 

Learn how to use at least two methods to organize and filter a product backlog to fit with goals or strategies for the product and show how the product owner can make sure that enough items on the backlog are “ready” for the upcoming sprint.

What will you be evaluating with the Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner Practice Test?

This Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner Practice Test is ideal for assessing every skill your product owner candidates need to become an exceptional asset to your team. You can use it to find out if your applicants have the four critical subskills below:

 

Scrum Fundamentals – Learn about the basic scrum flow and how it can help you develop a product from the ground up. Understanding how scrum may be used to build a product development-friendly atmosphere.

 

Roles and Responsibilities – As a product owner, You are made aware of the responsibilities that must be met while adhering to the Scrum principles.

 

Product Vision – Recognize the significance of having a vision while designing and developing a product.

 

Product Backlog – As the owner of the product, you must be aware of the backlog and how to order it in order for it to be completed.

 

Prioritising – As the owner of the product, you must be aware of the task’s severity and importance.

 

Release Planning – Estimate how long it will take to develop a product and create a release schedule accordingly. It will provide an estimate of the product’s design and development.

 

Sprints – Breaking the project down into little tasks, maximising output, and putting together races that are a collection of these tasks. It will allow for proper task division, and optimised work will be the result.

How do you become an Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner ?

Step 1: Sign up for a Skillier Advanced Certified Scrum Product Owner® training.

Step 2: Attend the 2-day A-CSPO course and learn from our Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Trainers®, who are the best, most qualified, and most respected Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Trainers® (CSTs).

Step 3: Upon successful completion of the course, Scrum Alliance will provide you a link to create your profile and accept the Licence Agreement. There is currently no exam available for the A-CSPO certification.

Step 4: Go to Scrum Alliance’s website and click the link to establish your own profile and accept the licence agreement.

Step 5: Scrum Alliance will award you the A-CSPO® certification and a two-year membership when you accept it.

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