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Certified Agile Process Owner (CAPO)®
What You'll Learn
Process Design Basics
Process Owner Role and Responsibilities
Agile and Scrum Basics
Agile Service Management Basics
Agile Process Design
Agile Process Improvement
Process Improvement Tools and Technologies
Challenges and Critical Success Factors
Benefits for Organizations
Manage stakeholder requirements and translate those requirements into process activities and features that deliver value to the business and customers.
Facilitate speed and change to meet organizational and customer needs.
Benefits for Individuals
Deliver value more quickly
Focus on critical process activities and deploy in small, frequent releases
Faster feedback and focus on measuring business outcomes to enable continuous process improvement
Ensure agile, sustainable, and constantly evolving process
Earn a credential that can lead to jobs in high growth fields
Certification Validity: 2 Years*
*Due to the recent acquisition of DevOps Institute by PeopleCert, certifications completed on the PeopleCert exam platform will have a validity period of 3 years from their date of issue as per PeopleCert’s Continuing Professional Development program.
Preparation: Instructor-Led Training, Online Learning, Self-Study
Qualify for In-Demand Jobs
“If you can’t describe what you are doing as a process, you don’t know what you’re doing.”
-W. Edwards Deming
Check out the Certification Blueprint to learn more about the various topics, principles, and practices covered by this certification.
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