Today, I would like to write about another important set of attitudes and abilities that a good product owner (PO) should possess. As mentioned in the article I previously posted, PO doesn’t need to be technical to deepen his or her view and understanding of the role. Having a wider visibility and taking ownership on […]
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In part one, I wrote about the myth of existence and need of technical product owners. We left our hypothetical PO at a party answering few questions around his or her product. As we saw, the product owner needs to own the product knowledge base. If you are a PO and you wouldn’t be able […]
Today I want to write about the product owner (PO) or product manager (PM) role and not to provide a definition or list responsibilities but address a specific myth.
I am talking about the myth of the existence and the need of a technical PO.
When we speak about motivations there are many important differences between riding and driving. Put carrots and sticks aside. It’s time to drive! It’s time to envision your destination and create the conditions for better journeys.
The daily scrum is the heartbeat of a scrum team.As Scrum is a compression algorithm for organizational and engineering best practices, this meeting is not a Scrum invention but it is considered an Agile best practice independently from the adopted framework. It is also known as StandUpMeeting (1993 Jim Coplien), “daily scrum” (1997 Ken Schwaber), […]
Support and encourage learning. Always. As a priority. Facilitate and support collaboration within the team and among teams. Provide tools and resources that make work meaningful. Use them wisely. Embody or support transformational leadership.
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