CERTIFIED IT PRODUCT OWNER
As a Scrum product owner, you will closely interact with clients to understand and document their business requirements into a consolidated product backlog which is the ultimate to-do list that drives a Scrum project. You will prioritize these requirements and ensure that the product backlog is maintained as a reliable and a shareable outline of the work items for the project. A product owner’s work methods need to be tightly integrated with the overall software development and delivery processes to ensure maximum value addition in every product release. Whether you actually are the Scrum Product Owner or not in your Scrum team, as long as you are directly working with your clients, it is fundamentally important for you to comprehend the role of Scrum Product Owner.
If your organization is new to Scrum and you are looking to leverage Agile methodologies to enhance decision making and project delivery capabilities, CITPO is the right choice for you. Your exact position in the corporate structure is of little importance here. As long as you are responsible for a team catering to rapidly changing demand environment and constantly evolving products, you will benefit immensely from the CITPO certification. In fact, the most successful agile adoptions have included CITPO training across stakeholder levels including Project Managers, Product Managers, Top Leadership, Functional department heads and more.
The exam comprises of 80 Multiple Choice Questions out of which the candidate needs to score 70% (56 correct out of 80 Questions) to pass the exam. The total duration of the exam is 1 hour 30 minutes (90 Minutes). Exams are online and can be taken anywhere anytime. All you need is a reliable internet connection. The exam is conducted in a closed book manner. No external sources of information may be accessed during the exam. The certification is valid for life and does not require renewal.
Repeat attempt policy
If a candidate does not pass the exam in the first attempt, the candidate must wait for a period of at least fourteen (14) calendar days from the date of the attempt to retake the exam for second (2nd) time or any subsequent time. The exam can be taken any number of times.