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Agile Teams - Part 3 | The Product Owner Role
 
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In this short video we'll talk about the Agile Product Owner role and discuss some key expectations of this very important role! Please share your feedback/comments on our AgileVideos.com site and watch the rest of the series! Thanks for watching :) Sally
Views: 42432 Agile Training Videos
The Impatient Product Owner
 
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In this short clip, the quality of the end result is directly related to the level of participation by the product owner.
Views: 56802 Ken Howard
7 Keys to Being a Great Agile Product Manager
 
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A screencast outlying key traits of project managers who work well with their engineering teams, from the perspective of a technical coach. The slides are available for download here: http://www.slideshare.net/joemoore1/7-keys-to-being-a-great-agile-pm-pcampatl-02192011 The full video of the presentation I gave at Product Camp ATL is here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8QPhWma4g5I
Views: 2695 Joseph Moore
Agile Team Roles
 
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This short video looks at some of the roles played in an Agile Team with a particular focus on Project Manager and Iteration Manager. This complements the Agile Team roles one page Help Sheet on our website at: http://www.agileacademy.com.au/agile/knowledgehub/agile-practice
Views: 23523 AgileAcademyAus
Agile in Practice: Prioritisation using MoSCoW
 
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This brief video is part of an ongoing series by the Agile Academy to complement our Agile in Practice Help Sheets available free on our website - www.agileacademy.com.au/agile/about_agile.
Views: 22429 AgileAcademyAus
Agile Planning - Backlog Management
 
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Agile has not only reinforced the interest in project management, but also challenged the conventional ideas about such management. It focuses on project management institutions where it is difficult to plan ahead with mechanisms for empirical process control, such as where feedback loops constitute the core element of product development compared to traditional command-and-control-oriented management. It represents a radically new approach for planning and managing requirements a.k.a. backlog management, bringing decision-making authority to the level of operation properties and certainties. For more details please visit: http://www.agilehelpline.com/.
Views: 5691 Agile Helpline
Release planning & Sprint planning for Agile project management - VersionOne Product Video
 
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VersionOne Agile project management video covers Sprint Planning to set up sprints, scheduling backlog into sprints, setting up acceptance criteria and breaking down tasks and tests. How to use Product planning, Release planning, Sprint planning and Iteration Tracking and Reviews.
Views: 18936 CollabNet VersionOne
Agile Release Planning
 
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Learn how to build successful agile release plans.
Views: 19545 CollabNet VersionOne
Differences Between a Project Manager and Product Manage
 
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David Ruiz is the Product Manager at Docstoc. In this video he explains the differences between a project manager and a product manager. Deadlines vs. definitions Time management vs. direction management Completion vs. optimization
Views: 6046 docstocTV
Scrum: Going from Done to Done-Done
 
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Learn More at OpenView Labs: http://labs.openviewpartners.com/topic/whole-product-development/managing/ For software developers, the goal is not just to have new software that's code complete, but also to have it tested at the feature level. Jeff Sutherland, CEO of Scrum Inc., explains why this concept of "done-done" is so important to Scrum.
Views: 5637 OpenViewVenture
Agile Teams - Part 1 | Team Characteristics
 
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This is the first video in the Agile Teams series and introduces the main characteristics of high performing Agile Teams as a foundation for the next discussion on Roles. Watch the entire series and leave us your comments/feedback on AgileVideos.com! Thanks for watching :) Sally
Views: 36534 Agile Training Videos
Scrum: What does it mean to be Ready-Ready?
 
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Learn More at OpenView Labs: http://labs.openviewpartners.com/topic/whole-product-development/managing/ Once a Scrum team gets to a high-productive state -- what's next? Jeff Sutherland, CEO of Scrum Inc., discusses the concept of "ready-ready" and where it fits into the Scrum process.
Views: 20559 OpenViewVenture
6 Levels Of Agile Planning
 
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One of the misconception is that agile process doesn't do enough planning. In reality, Agile does lot more planning and risk mitigation than traditional processes. Agile focuses on planning very often instead of doing comprehensive and assumption based planning once. Agile Planning (a.k.a. planning onion) has 6 levels - Strategy, Portfolio, Release, Iteration, Daily, and Continuous. The following video blog peels off each layer of planning onion to provide details of planning at each level. For more details visit http://www.agilehelpline.com/2011/04/6-levels-of-agile-planning.html.
Views: 8834 Agile Helpline
Agile-Story-Writing.flv
 
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Learn how to write great agile stories.
Views: 5461 CollabNet VersionOne
Agile Development: Product  Delivery for Successful Organizations - November 2010
 
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With increasingly shorter time-to-market demands, business has mandated from software development and product development teams there are escalating requisites for frameworks, methods, and techniques that will increase productivity levels in software/product development and provide the flexibility for changes throughout the development life cycle. Over the past decade and a half, the software industry has seen the emergence of a methodology known as Agile software development. Agile software development is commonly known as a group of 'light-weight' methodologies based on iterative and incremental development, that use self-organizing and cross-functional teams who allow the requirements and solutions to evolve during their respective collaborative efforts. A group of practitioners utilizing 'light-weight' methods unified the Agile software development core principles into the Agile Manifesto. In this interactive presentation, we will compare Agile development with other software development methodologies. We will understand the strategy required for wide adaptation of Agile in the enterprise and see the impact Agile teams have on Operations and infrastructure productivity. We look at the various types of Agile development methodologies. How to realize the full potential of Agile software development will be considered. We'll examine Agile principles and review IT best practices, and then discuss how being 'Agile' can undermine Agile goals. In addition, we'll learn how to identify top priority engineering impediments and discuss what teams can do to prevent undermining Agile goals. Reviewing methods of rapidly applying continuous integration in an enterprise software environment will be reviewed. We'll also look at Agile from outside the core development team and discuss the other members that help make Agile delivery successful as well as the technical and people skills required for successful implementation of Agile. We'll explore the criteria that helps determine whether to use Agile or utilize a predictive software development model instead. The presentation will also cover tools and resources to help manage the Agile software development process.
Views: 911 OCCSieee
Agile BI for Product Owners
 
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www.mariner-usa.com Learn how product owners and product teams can contribute to successful use of Agile BI methods.
Agile Connect 2011 - Keynote: The Essential Product Owner - Partnering with the Team
 
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http://www.agilejournal.com/agileconnect - While the product owner (PO) role is arguably the most crucial role within agile teams, we often hear horror stories about POs who aren't available to their teams, change their minds incessantly on business priorities, or ignore quality requirements and technical debt. Even the best POs struggle to meet the demands of their "regular business-focused job" while providing sufficient team guidance. Bob Galen shares real-world situations where he's observed product owners who deliver truly balanced value for their business stakeholders. Find out how story mapping and release planning set the stage for effective team workflow by establishing a big picture product view for everyone to see. Explore ways to develop shared goals—at both the iteration and release levels—to cement the partnership between the product owner and the rest of the team. Learn from Bob how to set up a tempo of regular, focused backlog grooming sessions to enable the team and the PO to prioritize well-nuanced and high-value backlogs. Leave with ideas for establishing an ecosystem where the PO and the entire team strive to continuously improve their performance.
Views: 6081 CMCMediaInc
How to build your product faster
 
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Excerpted from Ken Schwaber's Google Tech Talk on Scrum: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IyNPeTn8fpo
Views: 139 daveeburke
How to plan and manage Product Backlog?
 
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In this video we will demo how to plan and manage product backlog in AgileWrap. How can you build a product backlog? How can you analyze, edit and order the backlog? Do you want to try AgileWrap? Visit www.agilewrap.com and sign up for 5 users FREE account.
Views: 5256 agilewrap
Greetings from Delft - Episode 14 on the Definition of Ready on a visual Scrum Backlog
 
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Videoblog of Rini van Solingen, this time about a completely visual Backlog and a Definition of Ready at PAT Learning Solutions featuring Menno Jongerius: http://bit.ly/m8bgYj
Views: 3096 GroetenUitDelft
Agile 2011: The Product Partnership (#9088)
 
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Visit Agile 2011 Submission # 9088 and give us your feedback please: http://submit2011.agilealliance.org/node/9088
Views: 408 Ellen Gottesdiener
Transforming to an Agile PMO
 
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Sally Elatta describes in an engaging webinar what it means to transform your current PMO to an Agile PMO!
Views: 30060 Agile Training Videos
Agile Simulation - Part 20 | The Daily Standup | Agile Videos
 
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Get access to +20 Agile videos and webinars totally FREE: CLICK HERE: http://agilevideos.com/my-account/free-member-registration/ A very funny video that shows all the crazy things that could happen during the daily Agile/Scrum stand-up meeting! Watch the dysfunctional version then how the team moves to a functional stand-up! Want more? Watch the full 23 Agile Simulation video series at AgileVideos.com. Your feedback/comments on AgileVideos.com are Very Much appreciated! - Sally
Views: 318017 Agile Training Videos
Agile Strategy Manifesto
 
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What is Agile Strategy? Is your team focusing on perfecting agile execution while loosing focus on strategy? Are product owners not prioritizing backlog based on strategic needs of your organization? If answer is yes then try Agile Strategy Manifesto prescribed in this video. For more details you can also visit my blog at: http://www.agilehelpline.com/2011/04/agile-strategy-manifesto.html . Have Fun!
Views: 1832 Agile Helpline
Agile Connect 2011 - How to Write Great User Stories: Defining Customer Value
 
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http://www.agilejournal.com/agileconnect - User Stories, designed to keep teams laser-focused on customer needs, serve as THE driving force behind delivering valuable, high quality features, fast. Key Takeaways: * Examples of breaking down stories while keeping the focus on customer value * The way to write acceptance criteria and define "done." * The differences between stories and tasks * Suggestions for improving size estimates * How user stories relate to the product roadmap * Lessons learned from your peers
Views: 17148 CMCMediaInc
Scrum Basics: What Is the Product Backlog Review in Scrum?
 
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Learn More at OpenView Labs: http://labs.openviewpartners.com/scrum-process-and-resource-guide/ Is your Scrum product backlog sized to perfection? Jeff Sutherland, CEO of Scrum, Inc. and Senior Advisor to OpenView Venture Partners, discusses the basics of the product backlog review process and how it fits in the overal Scrum process and methodology.
Views: 10882 OpenViewVenture
Minimal Marketable Features: The Why of Enterprise Agility
 
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In this video, Alan Shalloway discusses what it means for an enterprise to be agile: turning bringing ideas to business capability to meet business needs in a timely way.
Agile Requirements Management - When User Stories Are Not Enough
 
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Agile Journal Business Webcast - http://www.agilejournal.com User Stories are all that is needed for requirements management on simple projects, or where requirements are not well understood. However, when dealing with complex software products that have significant existing functionality, or when regulations or customers mandate a requirements-driven development process, then User Stories are not enough. Traditional requirements practices are good at managing dependencies, visualizing the big picture for the overall product, and analyzing the impact of changes. User Stories are good mechanisms for pull-based incremental development. This presentation, by Colin Doyle of MKS, will show how blending both practices so that high level requirements engineering drives the development and maintenance of the Agile product backlog can ensure success with complex software product development.
Views: 12047 CMCMediaInc
Learn Scrum Agile Development in 3 Simple Steps
 
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http://www.elementool.com/?referral=YouTubeAgileClip I'm Allison and I'm going to teach you Scrum Agile Development in three simple steps. This is a special video I created just for Elementool's clients and the people on our mailing list. So if you're watching this, you are one of the special lucky people who, within a few minutes, will have a system that will help you to improve your development performance immediately. http://www.elementool.com/ebook/flowchart.pdf Why do we need Scrum in the first place? In many cases when you develop a software project, you know how it starts but you cannot predict what will happen after a few weeks of development. As a result, it becomes difficult to keep track of the project progress. If you've ever felt that things get out of control, you know what I mean. Delays cause the project to cost more, because you need to pay for additional development time. They also cause your clients to get upset and this is something we want to prevent. Scrum enables you to keep everything visible. It allows the team to know exactly what's going on and make adjustments to the project to keep it moving forward. With Scrum you build pieces of the software. The client can experience each part and determine what to do next. This way you have control over the progress of the project and the power to prevent delays. Let's get started: Step # 1 -- Create a Backlog The project backlog is a list of all the features that clients would like to have as part of the complete product. It includes the client's dreams and wishes. But it doesn't mean that everything will be developed, as we'll see later. The Backlog is created by the Product Owner. The Product Owner represents the interest of the people who ordered the product -- the clients. Step #2 -- Estimate and Prioritize After completing the Backlog list the Product Owner estimates how long it would take to develop each item on the list. There are different ways to estimate and I'll explain them in another clip. Next comes prioritization. The goal is to focus on what brings value to the business. The Product Owner sorts the backlog items by priority, from the most important at the top to the least important at the bottom, picks the features that should be included in the release and creates the Release Backlog. Step # 3 -- Sprint Here is when most of the work is being done. Sprints are development units between 3 to 30 days. A project usually includes several sprints. At the beginning of each sprint the team will have a Sprint Planning meeting. In this meeting the Product Owner and the team get together to decide what will be done in the new sprint. They select items of the highest priority from the Release Backlog. The Product Owner describes to the team what is desired and the team decides how much of what is desired they can complete in this sprint. The Sprint Planning meeting has two parts: The first part is spent with the Product Owner to decide which features to develop. In the second part of the meeting the team plans out the sprint. The selected tasks are placed in the sprint backlog and assigned to the team members. Everyday the team meets for a short 15 minute meeting called "Daily Scrum". In this meeting each team member answers three questions: • What have you done on this project since the last daily scrum meeting? • What do you plan on doing on this project between now and the next scrum meeting? • What stands in your way to meet your commitments to this sprint and this project? The purpose of Daily Scrum is to synchronize the work of all team members and address any issues that might delay the work progress. In every sprint the team must complete the work that was defined for this sprint. Bugs that are related to the features on the Sprint Backlog should also be fixed as part of the sprint. At the end of each sprint, a Sprint Review meeting is held. In this meeting the team presents what was developed during the sprint to the Product owner and other Stakeholders. This meeting helps to decide what the team should do next. The clients can see the project progress and submit feedback. It prevents the risk of developing features that the client didn't ask for. Also, in case of a delay in the development process, the sprint will not be completed on time and that will indicate to everyone that there is a problem and something needs to be done. Repeat step 3 until all features on the Release Backlog are developed and the product is ready to be released. That's it. So easy. As you can see, Scrum is a simple and effective way to have control over your development process and make sure things go according to plan. I created a flowchart for you of the three steps. You can download it using the link below.
Views: 152015 Elementool
Simple, Agile Products for the SalesForce.com Ecosystem ~ Eric Wu and Blakely Graham of Bracket Labs
 
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http://StartupWeekly.com Bracket Labs was founded by a crew of breakdancers in an effort to keep real estate developers from bulldozing their community rec center (from Bracket Labs' website) Bracket Labs was actually founded to create simple, agile products for the SalesForce.com platform. Their first product, Campaign Calendar, intuitively extracts existing SalesForce campaign data into an interactive calendar view to help with the planning and execution of an organization's SalesForce campaign, while keeping teams informed and connected across a campaign's life. Co-founders Blakely Graham & Eric Wu are seasoned startup veterans with more than twenty years of technology experience. Graham is one of the first consultants to be certified by SalesForce.com, while Wu led the charge to introduce Seagate's first consumer products. Both have contributed to a number successful startups over the course of their careers. In this StartupWeekly segment, co-founders Blakely Graham & Eric Wu discuss their startup, its future, SalesForce.com, and more.
Views: 361 Startup Chronicle
What is Oracle's Agile PLM for Process for the Consumer Goods Industries?
 
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Wes Frierson, Oracle's Director of PLM for Process Strategy, sits down for an interview with Kerrie Foy, Oracle's Manager of PLM Product Marketing. Listen to Wes as he answers questions about Oracle's rich legacy of leadership in the consumer goods industry, challenges facing the industry, how Oracle's Agile PLM for Process helps organizations, and specific customer results. For more information, visit www.oracle.com/plm.
Views: 4474 Oracle PLM
Product Management View Webinar Series - Tribal Leadership in an Agile World
 
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VIEW THE FULL PRESENTATION HERE: http://grandview.rymatech.com/2011/188-tribal-leadership-in-an-agile-world.html Ryma's March 9th webinar was presented at noon EST by Si Alhir. In 2009, Ryma's Grandview community hosted a 4 part Agile Product Management webinar series, and in 2010, Ryma's Grandview community hosted a 3 part Tribal Leadership webinar series. Agility is a value system that emphasizes people, results, collaboration, and responsiveness involving self-organizing cross-functional teams that constitute an agile enterprise. Harvard Business suggests that 70% of change initiatives fail, 75% of change initiatives do not yield the promised results, and strong cultures — interconnected people bound by a commitment to shared values and alignment around a shared vision — outperform weaker cultures with 4 times higher revenue, 7 times more expanded work force, 12 times higher stock prices, and 756% higher net income. How do we best approach change initiatives and achieve real benefits? Tribal Leadership! Dave Logan's, John King's, and Halee Fischer-Wright's Tribal Leadership is a proven transformational process and leadership model for fostering organizational health, which leverages natural groups to build thriving organizations by focusing on language and relationship structures within a culture. This webinar explores how tribes & culture, tribal leadership, and tribal strategy fuel Agility. If you are adopting Agility in the form of Agile Product Management, Scrum, Extreme Programming, Lean Development, or Kanban but not achieving the promised results and a return-on-investment, consider Tribal Leadership!
Views: 169 rymatech
Agile Methodology
 
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Agile software engineering combines a philosophy and a set of development guidelines. The philosophy encourages customer satisfaction and early incremental delivery of software; small, highly motivated project teams; informal methods; minimal software engineering work products, and overall development simplicity. The development guidelines stress delivery over analysis and design (although these activities are not discouraged), and active and continuous communication between developers and customers. Presenter: Roger Pressman
Views: 25363 SelectBusinessSolns
Express Agile PLM Upgrade- How It Works.mp4
 
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Views: 446 ZwsTX
Agile Simulation - Part 18 | Collaboration During the Iteration
 
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Watch how the Agile Team collaborates with each other during the iteration! Product Owner and others are getting ready for the next iteration, Architect and developer are designing together and other team members are pairing on solving a problem. Want more? Watch the full 23 Agile Simulation video series at AgileVideos.com. Your feedback/comments on AgileVideos.com are Very Much appreciated! - Sally
Views: 23235 Agile Training Videos
Virtual Training Solutions for Product Management and Agile Training
 
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http://www.bevilledge.com - a PMI® Registered Education Provider - Offering project management and agile classes online using virtual environments. This video gives you a high-level look at the benefits of online learning. You save travel time and cost, plus you benefit from the proven higher retention rates in this type of learning. Background music is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 - Here It Begins, Kevin MacLeod, incompetech.com, filmed and edited by 21C Interactive specifically for Bevill Edge.
Views: 749 bevilledge
Agile Teams - Part 4 | The Scrum Master Role
 
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In this short video we'll talk about the ScrumMaster role and discuss some key expectations of our ScrumMaster. Please share your feedback/comments on our AgileVideos.com site and watch the rest of the series! Thanks for watching :) Sally"
Views: 59386 Agile Training Videos
Marty Cagan: What is Product Ownership?
 
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For more tips and tactics for growing your business, visit: http://labs.openviewpartners.com/   Companies that have figured out the importance of product ownership have already established a competitive advantage. But many companies still confuse product ownership (also known as product management) with either product marketing or project management. The product owner role, however, is very different, and it has evolved considerably over the past several years, especially in commercial product companies. The product owner is the person that is held accountable and responsible for the product the team will create. They're responsible for defining the minimum viable product and ensuring it's success. For more information on product ownership, watch the video from OpenView Labs featuring Marty Cagan.    Visit our channel for more videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/OpenViewVenture   Subscribe to receive new videos in your feed: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5QekxPGzFFordHwXGpbvIw?sub_confirmation=1   Subscribe to our weekly newsletter: http://openviewpartners.com/newsletter-signup/
Views: 3811 OpenViewVenture
Oracle Agile PLM: How to Turn Innovation into a Competitive Advantage
 
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Innovative ideas and the resources needed to launch the best ones are lost in scattered data and fragmented networks. Watch as Kerrie Foy, Manager PLM Product Marketing at Oracle, explains how Oracle's Agile Product Lifecycle Management solution enables innovation through complete product value chain management. To learn more, visit www.oracle.com/plm, or join our social networks on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc
Views: 9656 Oracle PLM
Scrum Product Owner Training 3Back Testimonial
 
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These testimonials were taken from the Orlando Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) course presented by 3Back. Check out http://3back.com/scrum/certified-scrum-product-owner/ for more information!
Views: 756 3Back's ScrumTV
Agile Simulation - Part 1 | Meet the Agile Team
 
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Meet our Agile Team! Watch the Agile Simulation team members introduce themselves (notice the funny titles?). Watch the full 23 Agile Simulation Video series on AgileVideos.com. Your feedback/comments on AgileVideos.com are Very Much appreciated! - Sally
Views: 58893 Agile Training Videos
Michael Laussegger - Product Owner
 
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Vienna Agile Requirements Circle http://v-arc.at/
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MX 2011 | Cameron Gray
 
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Great Designs Deserve to Be Built: Agile Development and UX Drawing from his experience building and managing the product and development teams at Mindflash.com Cameron will cover the key techniques for combining agile development and user experience design to get products in the hands of users early and often. Delivering product improvements in rapid iterations combined with regular user research creates a conversation with your users that leads to great products. Building a process and team that combines Agile and UX is not easy. Cameron will cover the lessons he learned and challenges that had to be overcome. These include: - The nuts and bolts of creating an agile process - Getting stakeholder buy in - Building your team - Keeping your team from killing each other - Integrating user research and design time into a sprint timebox
Views: 685 adaptivepath
Scrum: The Nokia Test
 
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Learn More at OpenView Labs: http://labs.openviewpartners.com/topic/whole-product-development/managing/ Jeff Sutherland, CEO of Scrum Inc., breaks down the steps teams can use to evaluate their overall performance via Scrum, using what's known as the Nokia Test.
Views: 7019 OpenViewVenture
Agile Portfolio Planning
 
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Agile portfolio planning
Views: 2873 Chad Holdorf
Greetings from Delft - Episode 20 with Roman Pichler
 
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Videoblog by Rini van Solingen, this time het meets with Roman Pichler, author of the famous Scrum product owner book.
Views: 655 GroetenUitDelft
Manfrotto Agile VII Sling Camera Backpack Review
 
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Manfrotto Agile VII Sling Camera Backpack Review. Buy this product here http://amzn.to/ManAgileVII Supplied by http://www.manfrotto.co.uk/ Sponsored by http://www.youtube.com/mrthaibox123/ Sponsored by http://www.diabloskinz.com/ Other useful links My Second Channel http://www.youtube.com/dailytechtv Website http://www.geekanoids.co.uk Twitter http://www.twitter.com/geekanoids Facebook http://www.facebook.com/geekan0ids Any Amazon links that appear in the video description are affiliate links. They do not alter the price you pay. Geekanoids earns a small commission on each sale.
Views: 40049 Geekanoids
Marty Cagan: What is the Two Week Rule in Product Development?
 
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For more tips and tactics for growing your business, visit: http://labs.openviewpartners.com/   For product owners and designers, it's important to get ideas out in front of customers faster. How fast? Ideally, no more than two weeks, says Marty Cagan, Managing Partner at SVPG.com. In this short video, Marty explains the purpose behind the Two Week Rule in product development, and addresses some of the concerns about letting the world see your product before it's "just right."    Visit our channel for more videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/OpenViewVenture   Subscribe to receive new videos in your feed: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5QekxPGzFFordHwXGpbvIw?sub_confirmation=1   Subscribe to our weekly newsletter: http://openviewpartners.com/newsletter-signup/
Views: 3240 OpenViewVenture
Making of Axosoft's OnTime V11 Video
 
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http://www.axosoft.com/ The Making of OnTime 11 outlines the key principles behind the product, the design philosophy and what separates OnTime from other competing products.
Views: 16950 Axosoft
Agile in Practice: Definition of Done
 
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This video on the shared team understanding of the 'Definition of Done' is part of an ongoing series, which complement our free Agile in Practice Help sheets on our website at: www.agileacademy.com.au/agile/about_agile
Views: 17678 AgileAcademyAus

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