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Two Sizes of Product Owner “ small p” product owner Focus on iterations (up through releases) User story elaboration, backlog management Available to dev team hour by hour Customer showcase (rather than primary market research) Internal recruit, often limited product management experience “ Big P” Product Owner, aka Chief Product Owner Strategic view of customers, profitability, markets Sets broad direction, owns resource allocation Deep experience with customer segments In my experience, “Big P” Product Owners call themselves: VP/GM of Business Unit VP Product Management VP Engineering

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  • I'd like to download this presentation for some work I'm doing for a client; will definitely attribute material appropriately, joan.tyner@gmail.com
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  • Hello, anyway to get a copy of this in pdf to use internally to share with PM team and Dev team. Need to show them a number of the slides during training to help everyone see who needs to do what. If I use any material verbatim, I'll definitely source you.
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  • Identifies key distinctions within product management & Agile product owner issues
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  • Very good overview. For NEWBIES to PM function - focus on slide 10, 11 and 19. Not all PMS are equals - the scope of skills can range from high level functional to very technical knowledge (use case, demos, troubleshooting, etc.), a PM must also be good in sales and customer facing presentation, must be able to answer to PR, perform at public speaking event, etc. Make sure you understand the company, the products and the space - A solid PM must be politically very strong, has the ability to manage execs. up and across, always be customer connected,and excellent negotiators (comes handy with Engineering during scope creep bring in Sales and/or Customer's Requirements to reprioritize or provide options), enjoy public speaking, attention graber - good or bad, yes, take the blame and resolve all kinds of issues.
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