As Agile become mainstream increasingly organizations are looking to double down on the role of the Product Owner encouraging them to manage the intersection between technology and the business. But Product Ownership is a difficult role as it tries to balance the needs of the business with the reality of software delivery. Also, for many organizations there is some ‘confusion’ with existing roles of business analyst, product manager or even project manager. What does the product owner do anyway?
In this talk Dave West, Product Owner and CEO Scrum.org, the home of Scrum and Professional Scrum Trainer with Prowareness Rob van Lanen describe the genesis of the Product Owner role and how many organizations are dealing with the challenges of slotting this key role into existing product, project and release roles. They will introduce some techniques such as user centric design, and hypophysis based development and describe how approaches such as Lean Startup and pragmatic marketing are providing product owners with a tool box to do their job.
Recorded Webinar can be found at :-https://www.scrum.org/resources/who-product-owner-anyway
New Through 3/31/2017 PSD I 3694 passed of 4963 taken PSM I 89244 passed of 123445 taken PSM2 739 passed of 1366 taken PSM3 429 passed of 689 taken PSPO I 14150 passed of 18580 taken PSPO II 111 passed of 143 taken SPS 587 passed of 733 taken Opens 1385056 taken
Through 12/31/2016: PSD I 3413 passed of 4640 taken PSM I 80197 passed of 111621 taken PSM2 637 passed of 1154 taken PSM3 412 passed of 662 taken PSPO I 12159 passed of 15946 taken PSPO II 102 passed of 132 taken SPS 501 passed of 620 taken Opens 1222857 taken
Through 11/30/2016: PSD I 3318 passed of 4525 taken PSM I 77027 passed of 107529 taken PSM2 588 passed of 1072 taken PSM3 406 passed of 653 taken PSPO I 11470 passed of 15022 taken PSPO II 100 passed of 130 taken SPS 441 passed of 550 taken Opens 1,172,699 taken
Through 10/31/2016: PSD I 3,229 passed of 4,420 taken PSM I 74,335 passed of 103,967 taken PSM2 559 passed of 1,009 taken PSM3 400 passed of 645 taken PSPO I 10,962 passed of 14,313 taken PSPO II 99 passed of 126 taken SPS 418 passed of 520 taken Opens 1,123,496 taken
Through 9/30/2016: PSD I 3107 passed of 4283 taken PSM I 71924 passed of 100,383 taken PSM2 536 passed of 945 taken PSM3 395 passed of 639 taken PSPO I 10433 passed of 13579 taken PSPO II 97 passed of 124 taken SPS 392 passed of 492 taken Opens 1075036 taken
Fudging some of the numbers above to be rounder, because by the time this is presented to anyone, those PSM I, PSD I, and PSPO I numbers will have been hit. Through 8/31/2016: PSD I: 2,990 passed of 4,147 taken PSM I: 69,727 passed of 97,299 taken PSM II: 510 passed of 880 taken PSM III: 389 passed of 632 taken PSPO I: 9,971 passed of 12,978 taken PSPO II: 95 passed of 122 taken SPS: 377 passed of 475 taken Opens: 1,030,112 taken
Through 7/31/2016: PSD I: 2,909 passed of 4046 taken PSM I: 67,714 passed of 94,644 taken PSM II: 475 passed of 803 taken PSM III: 381 passed of 623 taken PSPO I: 9,622 passed of 12,530 taken PSPO II: 94 passed of 121 taken SPS: 357 passed of 453 taken Opens: 988,843 taken
Through 6/30: PSD I: 2,797 passed of 3,902 taken PSM I: 65,428 passed of 91,590 taken PSM II: 3636 passed of 596 taken PSPO I: 9,182 passed of 12,014 taken PSPO II: 92 passed of 119 taken PSP: 85 passed of 161 taken SPS: 323 passed of 408 taken Opens: 951,185 taken (963,891 as of 7/11/16)
Through 5/31: PSD I: 2,697 passed of 3,775 taken PSM I: 63,195 passed of 88,621 taken PSM II: 359 passed of 588 taken PSPO I: 8,713 passed of 11,466 taken PSPO II: 89 passed of 114 taken PSP: 83 passed of 159 taken SPS: 303 passed of 384 taken Opens: 917,510 taken
90% - Forrester research data https://www.forrester.com/How+Can+You+Scale+Your+Agile+Adoption/fulltext/-/E-res110444#AST962998 2013
Maybe use Rob’s slide… here the framework..
DW – ask… Rob…
DW – ask Rob…
Rob.. Bring in the pain..
DW – No one loves you… The mother inlaw…
Remember waterfall ? Requirements 15% of effort, 16-24% of duration Testing 31% of effort, 20-32% of duration This work still exists, but who does it ?
DW - Rob
DW – Leadership role
DW - Rob
Rob.. Need the new version of this – I like them connected with colors..