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Slides from my double session on Mastery and Autonomy of Product Owners

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  • 1. Product Owner Mastery & Autonomy ProductCamp Berlin 2013 Stefan Haas, Independent Agile Coach & Trainer haaslab.net podojo.com
  • 2. GOTO  Night  Scrum  -­‐  Why  you  should  use  Scrum  with  Q&A  Session  by  Jeff  Sutherland
  • 3. http://www.mindmeister.com/311322135/product-owner-competence-model
  • 4. http://www.mindmeister.com/311322135/product-owner-competence-model
  • 5. http://www.mindmeister.com/311322135/product-owner-competence-model
  • 6. http://www.mindmeister.com/311322135/product-owner-competence-model
  • 7. Be a Chef or Recipe Book User? • Novice: non-situational recollection, decomposed recognition, analytical decision, monitoring awareness • Competence: situational recollection, decomposed recognition, analytical decision, monitoring awareness • Proficiency: situational recollection, holistic recognition, analytical decision, monitoring awareness • Expertise: situational recollection, holistic recognition, intuitive decision, monitoring awareness • Mastery: situational recollection, holistic recognition, intuitive decision, absorbe awareness http://cognitive-edge.com/blog/entry/3179/the-chef-the-recipe-book-user http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dreyfus_model_of_skill_acquisition
  • 8. Product  Owner  Authority  Board ©  Jurgen  Appelo  ♦  version  1.05  ♦  management30.com
  • 9. Situational  Leadership http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Situational_leadership_theory Four  different  “leadership  styles” 1. Telling 2. Selling 3. Participating 4. Delegation Work  your  way  to  level  4
  • 10. 1. Tell:  make  decision  as  the  manager 2. Sell:  convince  people  about  decision 3. Consult:  get  input  from  team  before  decision 4. Agree:  make  decision  together  with  team 5. Advise:  influence  decision  made  by  the  team 6. Inquire:  ask  feedback  after  decision  by  team 7. Delegate:  no  influence,  let  team  work  it  out The  Seven  Levels  of  Authority
  • 11. The  optimal  level  of  authority  depends  on  people’s   competence  and  the  organizational  impact  of  decisions
  • 12. Authority  Boards
  • 13. Seven  Levels  of  Authority