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New Post 10/16/2012 12:26 PM
User is offline dldelancey
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Re: Which Scrum courses / certification ? 

Scrum does not define the BA role, so the best you can expect of either of these courses is to get more familiar and comfortable with Scrum.  Which is a good thing.  If you have the opportunity to do both, then do so.  If not, I can only speak for the one I have experience with - CSM.  I found it extremely worthwhile.

 
New Post 10/13/2017 1:41 AM
User is offline Mable Johnston
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Re: Which Scrum courses / certification ? 
Hi Carl,

The Certified Scrum Product Owner course is suitable for your role. Topics that are covered include managing stakeholders, ROI, backlog grooming, creating effective user stories, acceptance criteria for user stories, and defining.

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Mable
 
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