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10 Min. Training: 3 Ingredients for a GREAT Product Owner

Starting something new, something a little more dynamic than just a written blog.  Take a few minutes, watch my very first 10 Minute Training segment on which ingredients are required for in order to have a GREAT Agile product owner.

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  1. June 9th, 2011 at 08:12 | #1

    Great 10 minute training Bill! I think you did a great job expressing the partnership that must exist between the Product Owner and the Delivery Team. I look forward to more of these 10 minute trainings!

  2. cbs68
    August 15th, 2011 at 19:16 | #2

    Like your blog in general Bill and these training presentations are really good. With regards to your analogy of the boat and the Engine (the development team) and the Captain (the Product Owner), where do you see the Project Manager or Scrum Master within the structure?? This harks back to the commonly asked question from company executives what is the role of the PM in the agile model and is a PM really needed then?

  3. Franklin
    February 19th, 2013 at 09:15 | #3

    Here we are in 2013… Do you think you could respond to cbs68 this year?

  4. Chad
    June 10th, 2013 at 15:07 | #4

    I would say this regarding cbs86′s question…

    The ScrumMaster is the one calling the cadence (when/how to row). He’s the coach that’s helping them get better — taking and reviewing film, showing them better strokes, getting medical involved if someone is injured, keeping them hydrated and what not. In addition, the ScrumMaster assures that the PO knows the current status towards where he asked them to go. Say, by plotting where they wanted to be versus where they ended up.

    The PO can then “correct course”. Can we still make it to the original goal? Or should we find a closer shore that still delivers value?

    In other words, the PO knows where he wants to go. The SM knows the proper technique to get there. The team ultimately uses the technique combined with the goal to execute the plan.

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