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Can PO teams solve the PO problem?
Can PO teams solve the PO problem?
Can PO teams solve the PO problem?
Can PO teams solve the PO problem?
Can PO teams solve the PO problem?
Can PO teams solve the PO problem?
Can PO teams solve the PO problem?
Can PO teams solve the PO problem?
Can PO teams solve the PO problem?
Can PO teams solve the PO problem?
Can PO teams solve the PO problem?
Can PO teams solve the PO problem?
Can PO teams solve the PO problem?
Can PO teams solve the PO problem?
Can PO teams solve the PO problem?
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Can PO teams solve the PO problem?

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This talk was given by Maritza van den Heuvel and Sam Laing at the recent South African Scrum Gathering

This talk was given by Maritza van den Heuvel and Sam Laing at the recent South African Scrum Gathering

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  • 1. Can PO Teams solve the PO Problem?
    Maritza van den Heuvel
    Sam Laing
  • 2. Who?
    Maritza van den Heuvel
    Product Owner
    @maritzavdh
    http://scrumfamily.wordpress.com
    Samantha Laing
    Scrum Master
    @samlaing
    http://www.inevitable.co.za
  • 3. What?
    Product Owner Role
    Scaling for Teams and Products
    Single Product Owner = Problem?
    PO Teams = Answer?
  • 4. How?
    Types of PO Teams
    Explore 3 Models
    Team Dynamics
    Group Reflection
    Takeaways for You
  • 5. PO Problem
  • 6. The Product Owner
    is responsible for a project’s success
    conveys his or her vision to the team
    prioritizes business value
    engages with stakeholders
    elaborates business requirements
    engages with the Scrum Team
    product backlog, stories, backlog grooming, sprint planning, sprint reviews, release plans, roadmaps, UAT, stakeholder workshops
    … That’s a lot!
  • 7. SOME PROBLEMS
    Availability and Engagement
    Quality of Requirements/Backlog
    Complex Skill Set
    Quality of Decisions
    Lack of Empowerment
  • 8. Single PO + Team (Backlog)
    (Mike Cottmeyer, LeadingAgile Blog)
  • 9. Many PO – Multiple Backlogs
  • 10. Many PO – Single Backlog
  • 11. Considerations
    Organizational Structure
    Existing Skill Sets
    Product Owner Experience
    Product Knowledge
    Market Knowledge
    Engagement Styles
    Personal Preferences
    Support and Teamification
    Product Ownership
  • 12. Decision by Committee
  • 13. SOME ANSWERS
    Available and Engaged - YES
    Quality Requirements - YES
    Prioritized Backlog - YES
    Wider Range of Skills - YES
    High Quality Decisions - ?
    Empowered - ?
  • 14. Further Reading
    The Product Owner Team (Cottmeyer)
    Scaling the Product Owner Role
    The CPO in Large PO Teams (Pilcher)
    The Mythical Product Owner Role
  • 15. Thank You
    Maritza van den Heuvel
    Product Owner
    @maritzavdh
    http://scrumfamily.wordpress.com
    Samantha Laing
    Scrum Master
    @samlaing
    http://www.inevitable.co.za

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