ICAgile Certified Professional in Enterprise Product Ownership (ICP-EPO)
The ICP-EPO is one of two certifications on the Product Ownership Track. The certification focuses on the behaviors and skills necessary to transform an output-based enterprise into an impact and outcome-driven enterprise. It also looks at eliminating silos to organize initiatives around value-delivery. The learning objectives highlight techniques and practices to help define value in alignment with corporate vision and strategy, to engage stakeholders at broad levels, and to measure customer value at scale. Participants who complete this certification will be exposed to case studies of value-based organizations and learn leading-edge thinking to apply at their companies.
Typically, training providers will cover the required learning objectives in approximately 14 hours of instructional activities over the course of two days.
This certification is perfect for Product Owners, Product Managers, Product Leadership, and those in roles responsible for maximizing value at scale. Also, anyone with a curiosity about agile approaches to maximizing value across the enterprise will benefit from this certification.
- Enterprise Product Ownership Context
- Value Leadership
- Defining Enterprise Value
- Value Context Around Initiatives
- Value Beyond Initiatives
- The Bigger Picture
- Analyzing Beyond an Initiative
- Building for Discovery vs. Building for Delivery
Although there is not an ICAgile official exam, ICAgile allows for their course accreditors to determine appropriate means for retention of the learning outcomes. Depending on your provider, there may be some type of assessment in order to earn certification.
Many providers assess via participation, activity and understanding conveyed via exercises and discussion, withholding certification when appropriate.
Successfully complete an ICAgile accredited course taught by an ICAgile Authorized Instructor.
ICAgile Authorized Instructors can withhold certifications based on lack of participation or understanding of course learning outcomes.