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These both seem like good options Rami.
Rami what is the objective and intention behind that, it depends on your aim what are you looking for? they have PSM 2, 3, and two others you've mentioned.
How important that would be for future move or achievement, is it required or it is for self actualization, so Rami I guess you can better answer that for yourself because only you know the direction you are heading to,
So for example for myself I took admission in Northern lakes college to complete my MMP (Maintenance Management Professional) as I am a member of PEMAC (Plant Engineering & Maintenance Association of Canada) partner with GFMAM ( Global Forum on Maintenance & Asset Management).
I am not an expert in scrum nor in IT. I am new to this field so what I need to know is:
1- Which one of the two is valued more by employers ?
2- What is the market for each ?
And so on ....
So you had a direction or purpose when you planned to get that credential or designation and how can you tailor it to your advantage.
You can apply the formula to calculate the OEE on this topic as well not just on equipment or find out the cost benefits ratio.
However, as far as employer concern I don't see any accelerating demand for any of those. Wish you good luck
Rami, the scaled scrum would be focused at a framework level as opposed to the PSPO at the role level. It depends on how you want to position your expertise. Realistically, you could go for both. From my perspective and what I see the needs and organizational directions, I'd want to stay more 'big picture' with the Scaled Scrum. But that is based on what I see and where I want to go. I had earned my PSM b/c I had been asked to change roles (though, that never happened).
What is your motivation? How do you want to position yourself?
I would suggest first getting more hands on agile experience before pursuing any more agile credentials. That will also help you narrow the choices based on whether you enjoy more the role of a PO or an agile lead.
Congratulations on your new certification.
How do you see it being apply in construction? Of those other certification any that have more potential in construction?
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