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What is a 'Product Owner'? - Scrum Guide
http://tv.ssw.com/what-is-a-product-owner The 2013 Scrum Guide definition of the 'Product Owner', in video form! http://rules.ssw.com.au/Management/RulesToBetterProductOwners/Pages/default.aspx (from the 2013 Scrum Guide:) The Product Owner The Product Owner is responsible for maximizing the value of the product and the work of the Development Team. How this is done may vary widely across organizations, Scrum Teams, and individuals. The Product Owner is the sole person responsible for managing the Product Backlog. Product Backlog management includes: Clearly expressing Product Backlog items; Ordering the items in the Product Backlog to best achieve goals and missions; Ensuring the value of the work the Development Team performs; Ensuring that the Product Backlog is visible, transparent, and clear to all, and shows what the Scrum Team will work on next; and, Ensuring the Development Team understands items in the Product Backlog to the level needed. The Product Owner may do the above work, or have the Development Team do it. However, the Product Owner remains accountable. The Product Owner is one person, not a committee. The Product Owner may represent the desires of a committee in the Product Backlog, but those wanting to change a backlog item's priority must convince the Product Owner. For the Product Owner to succeed, the entire organization must respect his or her decisions. The Product Owner's decisions are visible in the content and ordering of the Product Backlog. No one is allowed to tell the Development Team to work from a different set of requirements, and the Development Team isn't allowed to act on what anyone else says.
Eric Ries-Agile Vs. Waterfall Product Engineering
Author and entrepreneur Eric Ries unpacks the difference between waterfall and agile product development theories, and outlines when each are best employed. Waterfall - the linear path of product build-out - is best used when the problem and i
Views: 3798 Entrepreneurship.org
Agile Tip: How to Support a Product Owner
In this "Agile Tips" video, Certified Scrum Trainer, Angela Druckman gives management tips on how to best support your Product Owner. She explains the Product Owner role and their needs and requirements. Keep Learning: http://www.collab.net/AgileTips Get Training http://www.collab.net/AgileTraining
Views: 10434 CollabNet VersionOne
MVP: Quickly Validate your Start-Up
Whether you're creating a mobile app or a cat food delivery business, it's often helpful to start with a Minimum Viable Product. With an MVP, you'll spend more time building the things that matter, and be able to quickly test your assumptions--and the market. But how do you decide what stays and what goes? Will Dayble, director of web development company Squareweave, takes us through the process of creating an MVP.
Views: 111452 TeamLearnable
Agile Product Ownership in a nutshell - auf Deutsch
Dies ist die deutsche Version des grandiosen Videos von Henrik Kniberg (original: http://blog.crisp.se/2012/10/25/henrikkniberg/agile-product-ownership-in-a-nutshell). Lerne das Wesentliche über Agiles Produktmanagement in nur 15 Minuten! Übersetzung: Corinna Baldauf (http://finding-marbles.com/), Sprecher: Toby Baier (http://www.agilesproduktmanagement.de)
Views: 56094 Toby Baier
The Wrong way to do Agile: Retrospectives
Chet Rong shows on the Rong Way to do retrospectives. Follow @ChetRong on Twitter! (Just don't follow his advice.) Visit atlassian.com/agile for more on doing agile right.
Views: 85985 Atlassian
GOTO 2012 • Frankenbuilds; if Agile is so good, why are our Products so bad? • Gabrielle Benefield
This presentation was recorded at GOTO Aarhus 2012. #gotocon #gotoaar http://gotocon.com Gabrielle Benefield - Agile Trainer ABSTRACT It's not about building the product right, it's about building the right product. Scrum and Agile teams can go fast and deliver high quality code, yet the product still fails. When this happens people look around for a new framework, only to see that fail as well. Rather than continue to build more code faster, we need to look at the systemic reasons for failure. These are tied to a lack of deep understanding of the causes and impacts of the problem to be solved or opportunity to be exploited, unclear and unquantified goals, and a lack of validated learning with rapid user testing.' It doesn't matter if you use traditional methods, scrum or lean, if you don't set the right direction it won't matter which framework you use. https://twitter.com/gotocon https://www.facebook.com/GOTOConference http://gotocon.com #Agile #ScalingAgile #Scrum
Views: 114821 GOTO Conferences
Qualities of a Good Product Owner - 352 Noodles & Doodles Episode 7
Agile web development can be a different process, especially since the client is part of the team every day. Learn how to be a team player as a product owner. Transcript below: Nick: Hi everyone, I'm Nick Forneris. I'm an interactive designer at 352. Jennifer: And I'm Jennifer Fix, and I'm a Scrum Master for 352. Today we're gonna be talking to you about qualities that make a good product owner. Nick: One of the first qualities that really helps us is complete ownership of the product. We want to immerse ourselves in your product, your service. It's also important for you to immerse yourself in our process of developing your site or your application. Teaching us all the ins and outs. We'll become more familiar with everything you're trying to do. That ownership makes us really take it to the next level. We want to make sure that you're really happy with it, and so are we. We're both working together on that. Jennifer: The second one is focus. We know that as a product owner, you have a lot going on. You have a lot of responsibility. And it's not feasible to say that you're never going to work on anything other than our project. With that said, it's helpful that when you are working with us, you're 100 percent focused on what we're talking about. You're engaged in the conversation. It goes back to being immersed and taking ownership the way that Nick was talking about. What that helps us do is know that you're part of the process, you're engaged with us as though you're a part of the team. And it allows you to provide better insights and more of your expertise inside of our process. So the more focused you can be, the more it'll help us build you a more successful product. Nick: Another thing that's really important is remaining flexible. Throughout the process we're going to shift priorities up and down based off what we think we're going to need at the time. We want to hear all your wildest dreams, anything you could possibly ever want. And then we're going to work together to distill those down into launch-able chunks basically. Being able to move in between everything you could ever want, and something that we should do, versus what we could do. Because we could do anything we want if we had enough time. Being flexible with an iterative process, we're going to do a release, we're going to see what user feedback we can get, and we're gonna keep improving and honing those releases to make a better product as we go. Jennifer: The next one is transparency. Because of the fact that we're working on a daily basis with you, you're gonna be a part of all our meetings. You're gonna be part of every conversation we have about your project. It's really important that you feel like you can be honest with us and transparent about the things you feel that are going well, the things you think could be going better, any concerns you have about our progress, the way the site's being built. If we don't know how you feel, we're not going to know whether or not we need to make changes. And we expect that you expect the same from us. Just as we are asking for you to be transparent and honest, we are going to come to the table with that transparency and honesty as well. And that is going to help the whole team have a lot more trust and build a lot of camaraderie. Nick: Speaking of camaraderie, something else that's really important is trying to stay positive throughout the entire process. We certainly want to hear when things are going well, when you're liking things. We also want to know when it's not jiving with you and not looking towards your dream. Throughout all that, staying positive and keeping spirits alive and keeping morale high is really important. Because it really helps the team stay on track. It helps you know what we're doing at all times. It's really helpful throughout the entire process to keep your head up and stay positive. It can get really complicated and mind-bending as we get going, so keeping the spirit up is really important. Jennifer: The last one we wanted to talk to you about is team advocacy. Because you're going to be part of such a huge part of our team, you're going to get to know the ins and outs of the process. You're going to understand the way we're building things, why we're building things. And your team from your company might not understand it on the same level. It's your responsibility to serve as the liaison between our team that's developing your project and your team that we're developing it for. This is going to help deal with any concerns your team may have about progress or decisions. If we know that you're out there and supporting us and backing us up, it's gonna make us feel a lot more confident about what we're doing and help your team to feel a lot better about the time and energy we're spending building this together. Nick: So I hope that this was really helpful, and we'll see you next time. Jennifer: Thank you.
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What is Agile Development (Part 1): What is Agile Development?
“What is agile development?” It’s always been surprisingly hard to get a simple answer to this question. There are esoteric and convoluted descriptions of agile all over the web, complete with concentric circles meant to sum it all up into a simple concept, and yet that simple answer eludes us. To be fair, agile development methodology isn’t a simple thing. Sourceseek is a free service that handpicks software developers for your exact project needs. Get started here: https://www.sourceseek.com/get-started/ We’ll start with wikipedia’s agile methodology definition: From Wikipedia: Agile software development is a group of software development methods based on iterative and incremental development, where requirements and solutions evolve through collaboration between self-organizing, cross-functional teams. It promotes adaptive planning, evolutionary development and delivery, a time-boxed iterative approach, and encourages rapid and flexible response to change. It is a conceptual framework that promotes foreseen interactions throughout the development cycle. The first sentence starts by saying that agile development is a software development methodology. A software development methodology is a set of practices and procedures that help a team get organized and build software. It’s not the software itself, it’s the rule-book for organizing the team. That first sentence goes on to describe an iterative and incremental development approach. This is a key concept, and if you only take away one thing about agile this is the one to take away. In agile, we do iterations (circles) where we plan, execute, then review the results so that we can refine the plan and start all over again. We love change, and we want as many iterations and feedback loops as possible during the project. At the end of that first sentence, wikipedia describes collaboration: This really just means that we emphasize partnership and collaboration, with each member of the team serving a specific role but everyone expected to be flexible and to work together. In agile, we love teamwork. The second sentence brings in the concepts of adaptive planning, evolutionary development and delivery, a time-boxed iterative approach, and rapid and flexible response to change. In this part of the definition, we see how it all comes together! I interpret this sentence like this: ● We are adaptive. We don’t plan it all at the beginning and then stop planning. We do iterations and we are adjusting the plan all the time. This is why agile is so good for product development, we change and improve as we learn. ● We love evolutionary development. This is essentially the same thing, we learn as we go and we adjust, refine, improve... ● Time-boxing. This basically means that we manage our project using set blocks of time, like days or weeks, and we try to get as much done in those time-boxes as possible. This is the reverse of managing features. We consider what features we can build next week rather than looking at a list of features and asking how long it will take to build them. ● Rapid and flexible response to change: this is critical, and along with ‘iterations’ is the core answer to the question ‘what is agile development?’. We move fast, we are flexible, and we are truly ‘agile’! This is our mantra - fast and flexible - say it again and again!! What is agile development? ● Agile is a way of managing software projects. ● Agile is iterative, and goes in repeated cycles instead of in a long list of steps.. ● Agile is super collaborative and team-oriented. ● Agile is adaptive, constantly changing and refining plans, and moves fast! In almost every project, the client has a harder time expressing what they want at the beginning, and it gets gradually clearer towards the end. The can be a frustrating experience as mid-project changes are pretty disruptive. Let’s try it in agile. 1) Client hires developers by the hour, day, or week. 2) Client describes what they want to the developers 3) Developers start making designs and programming the theme based on what they client thinks they want. 4) Developers show their progress to the client constantly, even every day, to make sure they are on track. 5) The client makes frequent changes and tweaks, always refining the plan and improving the result. The developer also has input and suggestions. 6) The team keeps going until the project is done.. It all sounds very good, and it can be, but the reality is that the agile development methodology requires a solid team of smart people who know what they are doing or it can be a train wreck. It also requires that the entire team (client included) be committed to an honest, forthcoming approach that emphasizes success for the client. SourceSeek is free for clients; we find you the best teams and the perfect match. It's that simple. SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR MORE OUTSOURCING VIDEO TIPS AND NEWS! https://www.youtube.com/subscription_...
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Introduction to Agile And Scrum (بالعربي)
Link to presentation: http://goo.gl/35Ko2N
Views: 25992 Amr Samir
Prioritize Your User Stories, Features, Non-functional Requirements or Other Backlog Items
Watch the full-length video for FREE at http://businessanalysisexperts.com/product/requirements-prioritization-two-simple-techniques/ In this KnowledgeKnugget™ (KK) you will learn two techniques to prioritize your user stories or IT requirements. To view more IT requirements training, visit the Business Analysis Learning Store at http://businessanalysisexperts.com/business-analysis-training-store/. Prioritizing User Stories, or User Requirements Is Essential to Focusing Your Limited Resources on the Most Important Items First. This KnowledgeKnugget™ answers questions like: 1. How can you prioritize requirements based on business needs? 2. How can you apply the MoSCoW prioritization technique?
Views: 24285 BA-EXPERTS
Hitler at a sprint review
What would happen if Adolf Hitler attended a Scrum sprint review? Well sit back and enjoy...
Views: 488637 Ian Wermerling
The Product Owner in Scrum - by Marcel van Hove
The video describes the responsibilities and duties of a product owner as it is defined in the Scrum Framework and I hope you find it useful. Enjoy!
Views: 6615 Marcel van Hove
Product Lifecycle Management
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Views: 66767 Malin Lindgren
Der Product Owner [Agile Softwareentwicklung mit Scrum]
http://www.video2brain.com/de/videotraining/agile-softwareentwicklung-mit-scrum Dieses Video ist ein Auszug aus Udo Wiegärtners neuem Video-Training „Agile Softwareentwicklung mit Scrum. Projekte erfolgreich im Team meistern." von video2brain. Über dieses Video Nach einer Kurzvorstellung der -- wenigen -- Beteiligten, die ein Scrum-Projekt umfasst, lernen Sie gleich die erste Rolle im Detail kennen: Den Kundenversteher und Priorisierer.
The Wrong way to do Agile: Team Structure
Chet Rong shows on the Rong Way to do team structure. Follow @ChetRong on Twitter! (Just don't follow his advice.) Visit atlassian.com/agile for more on doing agile right.
Views: 147689 Atlassian
Re-Thinking Portfolio Management and Capacity Planning - Agile
Agile Portfolio Mgmt Training: http://bit.ly/agileportfolioplanning Have you already been practicing Agile methods but wondering how you can take Agile and Lean methods to the Portfolio Level? Does your organization approve too many projects without understanding capacity? do you 'push' and multi-task several projects at the same time using the same team members? This webinar will serve as a foundation for exploring how Agile and Lean methods can apply at the portfolio level and why the concept of stable teams is critical to your success. We will cover the Agile-Lean Portfolio Lifecycle diagram and discuss why moving to a 'Lean' Portfolio Planning and Execution approach is necessary. Presented by Sally Elatta, President of Agile Transformation Inc. www.AgileTraining.com | www.AgileVideos.com | [email protected]
Views: 22517 Agile Training Videos
How to Measure Return on Investment (Business Value in Scrum)
http://tv.ssw.com/business-value SSW was very proud to deliver Event Cinemas new website. They are Australia's leading cinema chain. In this video, see a client who was new to Scrum deal with estimating "Business Value" for the first time. See at the end how the Product Owner can order the backlog by ROI, which is awesome. Adam Cogan has more on the background on his blog: "One thing that is practically universal in our industry is that we let Product Owners get away with far too much. Product Owners are typically extremely busy and I believe that most dysfunction that happens in Scrum teams comes down to the Product Owner. Letting a Product Owner skip estimating the "Business Value" does *not* make developers work better together. Remember, 'what is trust?'" Read the rest of Adam's post here: http://www.adamcogan.com/2013/05/08/the-business-value-field/ Links from the video: SSW Rule on Estimating User Stories https://bitly.com/EstimatingUserStories SSW Rule on zsValidation http://bit.ly/zsValidatePage SSW Rule on Estimating Business Value http://bit.ly/EstimateBusinessValue Vote to have a Business Value Report added to TFS 'out of the box' http://bit.ly/Business-Value-Report SSW Event Cinemas webpage Case Study http://ssw.com.au/ssw/Consulting/EventCinemasCaseStudy.aspx
Eric Ries-Building the Minimum Viable Product
In the successful build-out of a lean startup, entrepreneur and author Eric Ries suggests adapting the rules of creating the minimum viable product. Rather than getting the product "right"; or employing the "release early, release often" philo
Views: 42542 Entrepreneurship.org
What is the discovery phase?
Before you start building a service, you need to find out whether users need it and whether other services exist. This part of your project is called the discovery phase. Aleks Maricic of the GDS Transformation team talks more about what we mean when we say 'discovery phase' in relation to designing a digital service or product. Read more about how GDS uses Agile: https://www.gov.uk/service-manual/agile-delivery/agile-government-services-introduction Read more about Agile in the Agile Manifesto (2001): http://agilemanifesto.org/ Find out more about the Government Digital Service: GDS Blog: https://gds.blog.gov.uk/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/gdsteam Instagram: https://instagram.com/gdsteam/ Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/GovDigitalService?sub_confirmation=1
Joe Justice Explains Agile Hardware Design
How do you design and build a 100 MPG road car in 3 months? With no capital investment, no paid employees, and beat out Tesla Motors in the X-Prize? WIKISPEED founder & SolutionsIQ consultant Joe Justice gives us some insight. Including: -How the car was constructed using off-the-shelf parts -The use of an entirely modular design -How WIKISPEED uses a new process for carbon-fiber body construction that costs 1/360th the traditional process This clip was taken from the two day Certified Scrum Master: Scrum Beyond Software class taught at SolutionsIQ by Jeff Sutherland and Joe Justice. About SolutionsIQ: As a global provider of Agile transformation services, SolutionsIQ has a deep understanding of large-scale Agile change management. We offer a comprehensive solution for companies seeking to adopt Agile practices, from the team level to executive management. Our training, coaching, and management consulting services help companies navigate the complex cross-functional changes required for transition, and address their impact on corporate culture, governance, and release/portfolio management.
Views: 6607 SolutionsIQ
Dev Forum: Product Planning in an Agile World - January 31, 2013
Developers Forum In conjunction with PDMA: Product Planning in An Agile World: Bridging the Gap Between Vision and Backlog In the agile software development world many techniques exist to aid teams in constructing and organizing backlogs into sprints. But what about a collaborative technique to visualize the big picture between the vision and the product backlog? How do you support fixed milestones while still being agile? Roadmaps can help bridge the gap between the long term vision and the current sprint. So what are some best practices? What methods have been used in the past, good and bad, and how can we improve the process at our own organizations? Panelists: Adam Light, Management Consultant - Agile Delivery David Nash, Vice President Product Management, ADP Dealer Services Justin Burger, Development Manager, ADP Dealer Services Dave Patterson, Sr. Agile Software Engineering and Quality Leader Dorian Simpson, Managing Director, Planning Innovation and former PDMA President Moderator: Jeff Krueger, Chairman of the TAO Technology Leadership Exchange and PM Evangelist
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GOTO 2012 • Stop Building The Wrong Product Righter Build The Right Product • Gabrielle Benefield
This presentation was recorded at GOTO Aarhus 2012 http://gotocon.com Gabrielle Benefield - Agile Trainer ABSTRACT A talk on how to build outcomes over outputs as a key strategy to building great products using the Target Outcome framework. The talk will cover why the metrics we often use are flawed, how to create useful value metrics, track value incrementally and do guerilla user testing. https://twitter.com/gotocon https://www.facebook.com/GOTOConference http://gotocon.com
Views: 8530 GOTO Conferences
Agile Product Ownership in a Nutshell VOSTFR
L'animation de Henrik Kniberg sous-titrée en français: Il s'agit d'une journée de formation sur le rôle de Product Owner compressée en une animation de 15 minutes. Il y a évidemment beaucoup plus à dire sur ce rôle, considérez la donc comme un résumé de haut niveau. Si vous souhaitez sous-titrer cette video dans une autre langue, voyez cette page : If you plan to subtitle this video in another language, please refer to this page : http://blog.valtech.fr/2013/01/09/agile-product-ownership-henrik-kniberg-en-vostfr/
Views: 22010 Cédric Chevalérias
Agile Methodology: How to use Agile and Lean in Large Product Development Projects
Why Agile methodology for software product development and Lean need to work together in large scale software product development projects.
Views: 459 DreamOrbitVideos
O'Reilly Webcast: Better Product Definition with Lean UX and Design Thinking
During the first part of this exclusive webcast event we welcome Eric Ries, @ericries, author of New York Times bestseller "The Lean Startup" for a fireside chat with Jeff Gothelf @jboogie, author of "Lean UX" and learn the story behind "Lean UX" and how the material was chosen for the book. During the second portion you will learn how requirements-driven product definition is a sure-fire way to get 100% of the wrong product launched. The assumptions that requirements are based on are usually not accurate enough to determine the exact solution those requirements dictate. Instead, teams should focus on creating a series of hypotheses that define potential solutions to their business problems and then work together to learn which of these hypotheses are keepers and which ideas to kill. In this webcast, Jeff Gothelf author of Lean UX, will provide an overview of how to apply the ideas behind Lean UX and Design Thinking to project definition and planning. Using a series of case studies from large companies such as Paypal, TheLadders, and Sesame Street as well as a few select startups, Jeff will cover: how recognizing your assumptions increases the speed of finding the right solutions why cross-functional, collaborative teams bring better products to market faster why managing towards outcomes generates better solutions how a Lean UX approach, coupled with Design Thinking, brings out the entire team's creative insights About Jeff Gothelf Jeff Gothelf is a designer & Agile practitioner. He is a leading voice on the topics of Agile UX & Lean UX and a highly sought-after international speaker. He is currently a Managing Director in Neo's New York City office. Previously, Jeff has led teams at TheLadders, Publicis Modem, WebTrends, Fidelity, & AOL. About Eric Ries Eric Ries is an entrepreneur and author of the New York Times bestseller The Lean Startup: How Today's Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to Create Radically Successful Business, published by Crown Business. He graduated in 2001 from Yale University with a B.S. in Computer Science. While an undergraduate, he co-founded Catalyst Recruiting. Ries continued his entrepreneurial career as a Senior Software Engineer at There.com, leading efforts in agile software development and user-generated content. He later co-founded and served as CTO of IMVU, his third startup. In 2007, BusinessWeek named Ries one of the Best Young Entrepreneurs of Tech. In 2008 he served as a venture advisor at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers before moving on to advise startups independently. Today he serves on the board of directors for Code for America and on the advisory board of a number of technology startups and venture capital firms. In 2009, Ries was honored with a TechFellow award in the category of Engineering Leadership. In 2010, he was named entrepreneur-in-residence at Harvard Business School and is currently an IDEO Fellow. The Lean Startup methodology has been written about in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, Inc., Wired, Fast Company, and countless blogs. He lives in San Francisco with his wife, Tara. Produced by: Yasmina Greco
Views: 1808 O'Reilly
Agile Product Ownership in a Nutshell in German
Dies ist ein eintägiger Product-Owner-Kurs eingedampft auf 15 Minuten Animation. Offensichtlich gibt es noch viele weitere Aspekte, also sieh es als High Level Zusammenfassung. (Original post : http://blog.crisp.se/2012/10/25/henrikkniberg/agile-product-ownership-in-a-nutshell)
Views: 3696 Cédric Chevalérias
Introducing Oracle's Agile Product Lifecycle Management
Fully designed to help organizations grow revenue through innovation, Oracle's enterprise Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) is more than a technology solution - Agile PLM a strategic approach to managing the entire lifecycle of your products from the ideation phase of initial requirements-gathering through to the design, prototyping, certification, production, customization, service, recycling and retirement. Learn why Agile PLM is the only Enterprise PLM solution equipped to manage your entire product value chain, as part of Oracle's Value Chain Management portfolio of solutions. Visit www.oracle.com/plm for more, and subscribe to our channel!
Views: 19638 Oracle PLM
How Lean Agile Changes the Product Manager's Job
Join Andy Singleton of Assembla, Inc. for the November 7, 2:00 PM EST (New York) / 1:00 PM CST (Chicago) Webcast. He will discuss: - The basics of Lean Agile - How to release more frequently - Requirements gathering as a team sport - Delivering a great user experience with "Story Owners" - Real-time feedback: How to get it, how to use it - Feature switches: A technique for better testing and staged releases Register at www.pdma.org. Video produced by Mark A Hart, OpLaunch
Views: 643 Mark Hart
The Product Mentor: Introducing Agile to Product Teams w/ Ari Tiktin
The Product Mentor: Introducing Agile to Product Teams w/ Ari Tiktin
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Agile project management tutorial: What is agile project management? | lynda.com
Agile project management allows you to produce smaller deliverables more frequently and efficiently, making it an excellent choice for teams that work in product development, programming, business analysis, and other collaborative areas. Explore agile project management, along with its pros and cons, in this tutorial. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Business-Project-Management-tutorials/Agile-Project-Management/122428-2.html?utm_campaign=MJR-EgHTA4E&utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube. This tutorial is a single movie from the Agile Project Management course presented by lynda.com author Bob McGannon. The complete course is 1 hour and 46 minutes and explores the tools and techniques you need to successfully manage a project through the agile life cycle. Introduction 1. Understanding Agile Project Management 2. Envisioning: Project Selection and Design 3. Speculating: Guiding the Agile Project 4. Exploring: Managing the Building Process 5. Adapting and Closing: Fine-Tuning to Deliver 6. Agile Tips and Tricks 7. Bonus Chapter: Real-Life Scenario
Views: 90678 LinkedIn Learning
What is a 'Scrum Master'? - Scrum Guide
http://tv.ssw.com/scrum-what-is-a-scrum-master We've converted the 'Scrum Master' definition from the 2013 Scrum Guide into cartoon form to illustrate the role of a Scrum Master in a Scrum team. (from the 2013 Scrum Guide) The Scrum Master The Scrum Master is responsible for ensuring Scrum is understood and enacted. Scrum Masters do this by ensuring that the Scrum Team adheres to Scrum theory, practices, and rules. The Scrum Master is a servant-leader for the Scrum Team. The Scrum Master helps those outside the Scrum Team understand which of their interactions with the Scrum Team are helpful and which aren't. The Scrum Master helps everyone change these interactions to maximize the value created by the Scrum Team. Scrum Master Service to the Product Owner The Scrum Master serves the Product Owner in several ways, including: Finding techniques for effective Product Backlog management; Helping the Scrum Team understand the need for clear and concise Product Backlog items; Understanding product planning in an empirical environment; Ensuring the Product Owner knows how to arrange the Product Backlog to maximize value; Understanding and practicing agility; and, Facilitating Scrum events as requested or needed. Scrum Master Service to the Development Team The Scrum Master serves the Development Team in several ways, including: Coaching the Development Team in self-organization and cross-functionality; Helping the Development Team to create high-value products; Removing impediments to the Development Team's progress; Facilitating Scrum events as requested or needed; and, Coaching the Development Team in organizational environments in which Scrum is not yet fully adopted and understood. Scrum Master Service to the Organization The Scrum Master serves the organization in several ways, including: Leading and coaching the organization in its Scrum adoption; Planning Scrum implementations within the organization; Helping employees and stakeholders understand and enact Scrum and empirical product development; Causing change that increases the productivity of the Scrum Team; and, Working with other Scrum Masters to increase the effectiveness of the application of Scrum in the organization.
Mindjet Agile Project Management for Software Product Teams
Real Time Collaboration Tools From Mindjet - Learn more about Mindjet's software product team solutions here: http://www.mindjet.com/projectdirector/uses/department/product-teams/ [xx]
Views: 650 Mindjet
Agile Diner - Continuous Improvement with your People, Product and Process
I discuss the process of continuous improvement as it relates to People, Product and Process. Teams and organizations can benefit from expanding continuous improvement from simple team process retrospectives into other equally important dimensions.
Views: 114 Bob Payne
Product Backlog (scrum backlog,scrum product backlog,sprint backlog,agile backlog)
FREE SCRUM EBOOK http://www.pashunconsulting.co.uk/free_scrum_ebook.html Based on the Amazon Top #10 BestSeller SCRUM MEGA PACK http://www.pashunconsulting.co.uk/scrum_mega_pack_paperback.html Especially for those who want a complete foundation in SCRUM. I just wanted to let you know because it is free FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY. Please spread the word and SHARE the link to this page. It contains the following chapters and is a complete overview for a scrum practitioner. The book contains all the chapters in one ebook: http://www.pashunconsulting.co.uk/free_scrum_ebook.html Chapter 1. Introduction The Waterfall Model The Birth of Agile http://www.pashunconsulting.co.uk/free_scrum_ebook.html Chapter 2. Introducing Scrum Scrum Theory Scrum Skeleton Scrum Team Roles Time-boxes (Events) and Rules Artefacts Monitoring the Progress of a Release - The Release Burn down Sprint Backlog Monitoring the Progress of a Sprint - Sprint Burn down Shippable Product Increment http://www.pashunconsulting.co.uk/free_scrum_ebook.html Chapter 3. Kicking Off a Project Root Cause Analysis Communicating the Benefits of Scrum Kick Off Meeting and Definition of Done Improving Practices http://www.pashunconsulting.co.uk/free_scrum_ebook.html Chapter 4. Establishing Stakeholders Examples of Stakeholders The Importance of Stakeholders at Sprint Review http://www.pashunconsulting.co.uk/free_scrum_ebook.html Chapter 5. The Scrum Roles Characteristics of a Scrum Master Characteristics of a Product Owner Characteristics of a Development Team The Value of Scrum Values http://www.pashunconsulting.co.uk/free_scrum_ebook.html Chapter 6. Building the Product Backlog User Stories and Acceptance Criteria Organising stakeholder meetings Finding Common ground Managing Changing Requirements Story Points Capturing Stories in Meetings Please let anyone who is interested in Improving their scrum practices know. http://www.pashunconsulting.co.uk/free_scrum_ebook.html Scrum Theory (scrum agile. agile, scrum master, scrum methodology, scrum development) agile development scrum agile development Breakout scrum certification scrum management scrum master scrum master certification scrum project management scrum training Scrum Team (agile scrum team,scrum team size,what is scrum,sprint scrum,scrum certification) Check out the Amazon Top #10 BestSeller SCRUM MEGA PACK http://www.pashunconsulting.co.uk/scrum_mega_pack_paperback.html
Atlassian Summit 2013: Rapid Agile Delivery: Stories from Stash on Shipping Product More Frequently
*Atlassian Stash is now called Bitbucket Server.* Getting the most from Agile development teams takes time. In this talk we share some of the knowledge gained during the development and rapid evolution of Atlassian Stash. How releasing often is good for your team and your product; How we get developers engaged as quickly as possible with the features designers and product managers want, ensuring we get quality features; How we use code review, CI and automation to release fast, quality features. Come along and pick up some tips from the Stash development trenches!
Views: 497 Atlassian
What is a Minimum Viable Product (MVP)
There are a lot of definitions of MVP. In this video I'll share mine and walk you through a concrete examples of how you define and build out your MVP.
Views: 20433 Ash Maurya
How to improve Scrum Backlog Refinement
http://www.rinivansolingen.com/ This is a funny training movie discussing the 3 most common mistakes and 5 best-practices to improve your Scrum Backlog Refinement session. This is the fourth video in a series of 5. The previous movie was on improving Scrum Retrospectives. The final movie: How to improve your Daily Scrum meeting will be released soon. Subscribe to this channel to receive notifications.
Views: 13877 GroetenUitDelft
Brown Bag Lunch: Lessons in Lean and Agile (from a Product Perspective)
Brown Bag Lunch: Lessons in Lean and Agile (from a Product Perspective)
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Agile Product Ownership
This video demonstrates the relationship between Product Development and Project Management in the Agile context.
Views: 52 Sriram Rajagopalan
Responsibilities Of Agile Team Roles Of Agile Team In A Product Develpment Agile
Responsibilities Of Agile Team Roles Of Agile Team In A Product Develpment Agile "Agile" - Responsibilites : =========================== Team Member -- Strives to be better than they were yesterday every day. Everyone in an Agile Team is first and foremost an "Agile Team Member". Customer -- Ensures the team works on "user stories" that deliver the highest "Business value" possible. Customer Proxy -- Helps the Agile Customer / Product Owners ensure the team works on "user stories" that deliver the highest business value possible. Team Lead -- Does whatever it takes to ensure the team delivers with quality now and in the future. Project Manager -- Does whatever it takes to ensure that valuable projects are delivered with quality now and in the future. Business Analyst -- Helps the Agile Customer discover the goals and needs of the customer of the product. User Experience (UX) Designer -- Helps the Agile Customer discover usability needs, help the team meet them and verify they have been met. Developer -- Implements user stories with high business value using good techniques and practices. Architect -- Ensures the team implements good techniques and practices. Tester -- Provides information on the state of the project and ensures product with zero defect.
Views: 266 Interview DOT
Introduction to Oracle's Agile Product Lifecycle Management
Fully designed to help organizations grow revenue through innovation, Oracle's enterprise Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) is more than a technology solution - Agile PLM a strategic approach to managing the entire lifecycle of your products from the ideation phase of initial requirements-gathering through to the design, prototyping, certification, production, customization, service, recycling and retirement. Learn why Agile PLM is the only Enterprise PLM solution equipped to manage your entire product value chain, as part of Oracle's Value Chain Management portfolio of solutions.
Views: 465 OracleSupplyChain
How my Scrum and Agile Classes are Different
No Death by Powerpoint. Whether you need Certified ScrumMaster, Product Owner or Scaled Agile Framework training, you'll learn in a highly interactive, team-based, fun environment. I am a Certified Scrum Trainer, PMP, and SAFe Program Consultant. Find Scott Dunn at Rocket Nine Solutions http://rocketninesolutions.com/ Video by Cliff Rosa http://rosamediaproductions.com/
Agile Cards by Spartez
Agile Cards bridge your JIRA-based electronic product & project management with agile collaboration practices, which require physical representation of work items as note cards. http://spartez.com/agilecards Agile Cards allow you to print cards for your task board directly from JIRA® or JIRA Agile®. And once you've moved the cards on the task board to indicate progress - you can automatically import this information back to JIRA®! Agile Cards will make your planning sessions more interactive and effective, your progress more palpable and transparent, your daily stand-ups more meaningful and your bottlenecks revealed earlier. ----- Spartez is an Authorized Partner of Atlassian - a leading maker of lightweight tools for software developers and group collaboration. At Spartez we specialize in deployment of these tools, developing plugins and extensions for them and adjusting them to the precise needs of our customers. We aim to help customers use Atlassian tools to optimize their software development workflows. Find out more about us and our products on spartez.com
Views: 10132 Spartez
Webinar on Product Backlog:  Scrum
Enroll in iZenBridge 21 Contact Hours PMI-ACP® Online Training Program http://goo.gl/CSLnJN Become a part of the latest discussions on PMI-ACP® Training and PMI-ACP® Exam http://goo.gl/nq1CGC Webinar on Product Backlog It had been very interesting and engaging webinar The agenda covered -What is Product backlog? -Importance of a good product backlog -How to create and maintain a good product backlog-grooming -And the common mistakes people generally tend to make while creating a backlog Detailed discussion on good product backlog characteristics (DEEP-Detailed appropriately, Estimated, emergent, Prioritized) There are two Q & A breaks to resolve the queries and doubts of the participants. At the end of the webinar presentation there is a small quiz to brush up your Product Backlog Knowledge. For detailed learning watch the video representation and send in your queries in the following YouTube thread. We will get back to you immediately. And, if necessary may arrange for a Google hangout session to answer your major doubts.
Oracle Product Lifecycle Management: Mobile for Agile
This introduction video will guide you through the primary features and capabilities of Oracle Product Lifecycle Management Mobile for Agile, an optimized mobile device application for Agile PLM. Learn more at www.oracle.com/plm
Views: 1973 Oracle PLM
Angel Medinilla - Using Lean Startup for Agile Product Management
Let's face it: many companies are stuck at Continuous Improvement. Retrospectives are probably the only sign of a Kaizen culture, and frequently they end up with the same list of impediments that we had a year ago. And then what? Maybe we try some games and creativity exercises, but when it comes to actual improvement...Well, how was that saying about an old dog and new tricks? This talk will show you new ways to look at the continuous improvement process at your company, starting with -yes- retrospectives, but going far beyond that: Change Management, Corporate Culture, Innovation... The Target Audicen includes Specially Managers, Team Leaders, Scrum Masters, Agile Coachs, Agile Evangelists, Change Agents, Agile Consultants, Agile Trainers, Agile Team Members and, in fact, everyone involved in the development of a Continuous Improvement Culture. As main Learning Outcomes, we will show that cotinuous improvement is not a matter of retrospectives only, although they can be improved and the talk will give some advice on that. But it is also necessary to develop a culture of continuous improvement, and this involves a purpose, common goals, shared value and leadership. Also, Continuous Improvement dos not only affect process, but also product and people. Ángel Medinilla (Córdoba, Spain, 1973) has 15+ years working experience in the ICT market. On 2007 he started his own Agile Consulting firm. Today, Proyectalis is considered the leading Agile consulting and coaching company in Spain, offering Agile training, consulting and implementation services to a wide spectrum of software, telco and internet local and worlwide companies. Customers include Ericsson, Vodafone, Electronic Arts, EADS, Abengoa, Odigeo, Auchan, Tui Travel, Schibsted, Thomson Reuters... He is a regular speaker at Agile conferences in Sweden, Finland, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, United States, Ireland, Slovenia, Austria, Czech Republic, Poland and, of course, Spain, Angel is a Management 3.0 Licensed Trainer and a member of both the Scrum Alliance and the Agile Alliance. He is also a well known member of the Spanish Agile community, founder of Agile Spain and also a sponsor and chairman of the first Agile events ever done in Spain: Agile Open Space 2009 and Agile Spain Conference 2010. He is the author of Agile Management (Springer) and also contributed to Beyond Agile: Stories of Agile Transformations, (Modus Cooperandi). He is currently working on an upcoming book on Agile Kaizen -- Continuous Improvement in Agile Environments. To see more visit http://ale2013.alenetwork.eu
Views: 1014 ALE 2013
Agile Tips: Project Manager Role
In this "Agile Tips" video, Certified Scrum Trainer, Angela Druckman explains how the Project Management role transfers over to a Agile or Scrum Team. Keep Learning: http://www.collab.net/AgileTips Get Training http://www.collab.net/AgileTraining
Views: 19509 CollabNet VersionOne
Agile project management tutorial: Selecting an agile project | lynda.com
There are several factors to consider when deciding whether or not to complete a project using the agile method: Do you need quick results? Will the requirements for the project change over time? Is it ok for the product to be delivered in pieces, iteratively? This tutorial explores sample agile and waterfall projects and explains how to determine if a project would benefit from the agile method. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Business-Project-Management-tutorials/Agile-Project-Management/122428-2.html?utm_campaign=ny1ByFtioVE&utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube. This tutorial is a single movie from the Agile Project Management course presented by lynda.com author Bob McGannon. The complete course is 1 hour and 46 minutes and explores the tools and techniques you need to successfully manage a project through the agile life cycle. Introduction 1. Understanding Agile Project Management 2. Envisioning: Project Selection and Design 3. Speculating: Guiding the Agile Project 4. Exploring: Managing the Building Process 5. Adapting and Closing: Fine-Tuning to Deliver 6. Agile Tips and Tricks 7. Bonus Chapter: Real-Life Scenario
Views: 1470 LinkedIn Learning