Once you have achieved the PSPO I credential, you can further enhance your Product Owner skills by pursuing the following credentials:
PSPO™ Career Path & Future Scope
The Product Owner career path with PSPO™ certification is bright with a wide range of Product Owner career opportunities and a chance to learn new things. Let’s see the other Product Owner career paths that professionals can pursue.
As a Product Owner, you can work as a Project Manager. The Project Manager owns the entire project and is accountable for following the process and smoothening the workflow. A Project Manager, just like a Product Owner, acts as a bridge between the team members and the stakeholders by closely working with them.
Every business needs a responsible individual for gathering and analyzing the requirements from the Stakeholders. The Product Owner can take on the responsibilities of a Business Analyst who helps the development team understand the customers’ requirement and develop products liked by the customers.
The Product Manager role bears resemblance to the Product Owner role. But both roles carry different skill-sets. An individual with an MBA degree is the most suited for Product Manager role as this role focuses on a single product at one time.
It was good. Trainer was good. Worth a recommendation. I would say that it was an amazing session. In the end, the concepts were clear to me.
Very interactive session with facilities to collaborate even during the virtual session. Insightful as it also dealt with what are and aren't the responsibilities of a product owner and promoted PO-like thinking.
The material was spread nicely between the two days of training. There were helpful discussions. Mr. Hardt was very open to communication.
The PSPO training was organized very well and our instructor Sanjay Saini helped us understand the concepts pretty good during the 2 days workshop. It was engaging and interactive. I recommend Knowledge Hut for PSPO training.