Certified Agile Scrum Product Owner (CASPO)Posted on: December 28, 2017, by : firstname.lastname@example.org
Certified Agile Scrum Product Owner [CASPO] Agile & Scrum Certifications
Exam Code: CASPO-001
The Product Owner (PO) is the member of the Agile Team who serves as the Customer proxy and is responsible for working with Product Management and other stakeholders – including other Product Owners-to define and prioritize stories in the Team Backlog so that the Solution effectively addresses program priorities (Features/Enablers) while maintaining technical integrity. Ideally, the Product Owner is collocated with the rest of the team, where they typically share management, incentives, and culture. But Product Owner also attends most relevant Product Management meetings about planning and backlogin/vision refinement.
Agile Scrum Product Owner certification deals with using the Scrum product backlog as a tool for project success. As a Certifiled Agile Scrum Product Owner, you’ll watch the product take shape, iteration after iteration and you’ll be able toknow how to respond to changes in business conditions by restructuring the product backlog. You have to also identify and cancel unsuccessful projects early, often within the first several months. This Certification hellps you with what you need to achieve success with the agile practice of Agile & Scrum.
To get the product owner responsibilities right, start by asking what the individual owns. Is it a product, a feature, or a component? While this may sound like a trivial question, it can be tricky to answer it: I have seen a number of companies where people did not have a shared understanding of what a product is. As a consequence, there was no clear and common definition of product roles and responsibilities, and people looking after components or features were confusingly called product owners.