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PSPO I exam
Last Post 26 Feb 2014 01:49 AM by Simon Reindl. 4 Replies.
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Krzysztof Lewczuk
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Krzysztof Lewczuk

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24 Feb 2014 11:18 PM
    Hi,

    Do you know how PSPO I exam looks like? I mean is it very similar to PSM I exam, so when I pass PSM I then there is a strong possibility that I will pass PSPO I too?
    Open assesment is the same for both, for PSM I this forum is very helpful because many people take a closer look at tricker questions. I can't see such discussions regarding PSPO I questions.
    Maybe there is some other really helpful source of information what else should I expect comparing to PSM I.

    Thanks
    Krzysztof
    Simon Reindl
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    Simon Reindl

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    25 Feb 2014 01:11 AM
    Hi,
    There is an objective domain here: https://www.scrum.org/Courses/Professional-Scrum-Product-Owner/PSPO-Subject-Areas

    The key focus is to put yourself in the PO mindset - Value, Total Cost of Ownership and Return on Investment.

    There is work on creating a PSPO Open.

    Thanks
    Simon
    Olivier Ledru
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    Olivier Ledru

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    25 Feb 2014 03:29 AM
    I found PSPO I more difficult than PSM I because it doesn't focus only on the Scrum framework and its theory but also how you can use Scrum to maximize value and how you can manage the backlog.
    Justin Todd
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    25 Feb 2014 06:20 PM
    I am hoping that it also depends on your history and experience. I have always been more a "PO" than "SM", inverted commas because I am fairly new to Scrum, so I hope that I will have a natural tendency towards the PO knowledge base.
    Simon Reindl
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    Simon Reindl

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    26 Feb 2014 01:49 AM
    Hi,
    I have to reinforce Oliver's comments: focus on using the product backlog to maximise the delivery of Value. TCO and ROI are ways of monitoring.
    Regards
    Simon
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