By Roman Pichler
The 1st advisor to Scrum-Based Agile Product Management
In Agile Product administration with Scrum, prime Scrum advisor Roman Pichler makes use of real-world examples to illustrate how product vendors can create winning items with Scrum. He describes a extensive diversity of agile product administration practices, together with making agile product discovery paintings, benefiting from emergent necessities, developing the minimum marketable product, leveraging early client suggestions, and dealing heavily with the advance team.
Benefitting from Pichler’s huge adventure, you’ll find out how Scrum product possession differs from conventional product administration and the way to prevent and triumph over the typical demanding situations that Scrum product proprietors face.
Understanding the product owner’s function: what product proprietors do, how they do it, and the excellent implications
Envisioning the product: making a compelling product imaginative and prescient to impress and advisor the workforce and stakeholders
Grooming the product backlog: dealing with the product backlog successfully even for the main complicated products
Planning the discharge: bringing readability to scheduling, budgeting, and performance decisions
Collaborating in dash conferences: knowing the product owner’s function in dash conferences, together with the dos and don’ts
Transitioning into product possession: succeeding as a product proprietor and setting up the position within the enterprise
This publication is an imperative source for a person who works as a product proprietor, or expects to take action, in addition to executives and coaches drawn to setting up agile product administration.
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The vision should be brief and concise. It should contain only information critical to the success of the product. The blockbuster products in Lynn and Reilly’s ten-year study have no more than six product attributes, for instance (2002). The product vision is not, therefore, a feature list, nor should it provide unnecessary detail. Agile project management expert Jim Highsmith explains, “Coming up with ﬁfteen or twenty product capabilities or features proves to be easy. Selecting the three or four that would incent someone to buy the product is difficult” (2009, 97).