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Making Agile Product Roadmaps Work with Roman Pichler
 
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We from Agile Practitioners are going to kick off 2014 on a high with this exciting talk by leading Agile and Lean product management expert Roman Pichler. A product roadmap is a high-level plan that shows how a product is likely to grow over time. This creates a continuity of purpose, aligns stakeholders, and facilitates prioritisation. Unfortunately, I find that many product owners and teams struggle with their product roadmaps: The roadmaps are often dominated by features, and the features are sometimes regarded as a commitment by senior management. This talk shares my insights on leveraging agile roadmaps successfully. I introduces a new goal-oriented, agile product roadmap, which combines shared goals and key features into a strategic plan, and provides an umbrella for major releases and product updates. Roman Pichler is a leading agile and lean product management expert, and the founder of Pichler Consulting. He trains and coaches product owners and product managers, and he helps companies create effective product management organisations. Roman is the author of several books including Agile Product Management with Scrum, and he is the creator of the Vision Board, the GO Product Roadmap, and the Product Canvas, three powerful product management tools. To find out more about Roman's skills and services, visit : romanpichler.com
Views: 7187 Christian Heldstab
Scrum Repair Guide: Grooming the Product Backlog - Mike Cohn
 
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An excerpt from the "Scrum Repair Guide" by Mike Cohn: https://www.frontrowagile.com/courses/scrum-repair-guide ... This chapter of Mike Cohn's eLearning video training course, "Scrum Repair Guide," discusses how to understand problems with the product backlog, from how detailed items should be to what types of items belong on a backlog and to what backlog grooming is and when to do it. Earn four PDUs, SEUs and a certificate of completion after successfully completing the full course. Course may be downloaded or streamed at FrontRowAgile.com
Views: 29790 Front Row Agile
Agile New Product Development   Fast track your development process
 
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How does your company or new venture go about developing new products? Would you like to see faster returns from new product development? In today’s rapidly changing marketplace, speed and agility are key. New product development, done quickly and efficiently, can cement the future success of a company. In contrast, poorly managed product development can be slow, frustrating and a drain on company resources. This one hour webinar will introduce you to agile new product development, and methods you can use to fast track your development process. Key topics to be covered include: • Rapid Product Development – Accounting for the value of time • Prototyping ideas through early release • Building market feedback into your NPD system Presented by Robert Geddes & Gerard Ryan
Views: 1086 QMISolutions
Practical Advice for Product Management
 
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Learn from Atlassian Product Managers ☆ Sherif Mansour (https://twitter.com/sherifmansour) and ☆ John Masson (https://twitter.com/jmasson) (https://www.atlassian.com/agile). In this 30 minute webinar (+ Q&A) they will cover how to: - collect feedback effectively - make the most of customer interviews - tell a story with your release
Views: 16452 Atlassian
3 Minute Product Manager: Strategic Role of Product Management
 
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The strategic role of product management - spanning market intelligence, strategy development, new product development and lifecycle management.
Agile Project Management: Scrum & Sprint Demystified
 
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Agile Project Management, Agile Sprint and Agile Scrum... explained in minutes by our expert. Try our award-winning PM software for free: https://www.projectmanager.com/?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=AgileProjectManagementScrumSprintDemystified Devin Deen of ProjectManager.com introduces a 'no fluff' video that demystifies Agile Methodology and it's role in project management, in a few short minutes. Want to fully understand the Agile approach? Watch as Devin shares his whiteboard Agile training skills with you. Learn exactly what Agile Project Management with Scrum is all about. See how Agile project management can play such a vital role with projects where the end user may not know exactly what they want. Discover the benefits of incorporating the Agile Project Management Methodology into your projects by watching this info-packed video now! Click the link below to claim your 30-day free trial of ProjectManager.com https://www.projectmanager.com/?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=AgileProjectManagementScrumSprintDemystified subscribe to our YouTube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/projectmanagervideos Want some more great Agile Project Management Tips? Go here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T4gmxrrT8YQ
Do Agile Right - Lessons Learned from an Atlassian Product Manager
 
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Great products start with great planning. At Atlassian we take a multitude of approaches to plan our feature releases. Learn how you can take some of the practices the Confluence Product Management Team makes use of – such as product requirements, prototypes, customer interviews, and user journeys – to deliver great solutions for your customers.
Views: 5398 Atlassian
Requirements by Collaboration: Defining Product Needs on Large Agile Projects
 
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How do agile teams developing large products decide when and what to build? In this webinar, Ellen Gottesdiener will explain how a series of collaborative requirements workshops - where you develop a product roadmap, release plan, and iteration plan - provide just enough requirements-related information at the right time, and for the right stakeholder community, on large agile projects. Subscribe to the ITMPI to access over 1000+ hours of on demand, PDU approved webinars: http://www.itmpi.org/subscribe Free membership gives you access to over 150 live, PDU approved, educational broadcasts throughout the year at www.itmpi.org/webinars Premium membership gives you unlimited access -- for a period of one whole year -- to over 1000+ hours of archived PDU approved recordings at www.itmpi.org/library Use coupon code YOUTUBE during checkout to reduce your premium membership price from $199 per year to $99 per year. That's a $100 discount. And that's $99 for unlimited PDUs for ONE WHOLE YEAR! CONNECT WITH US: Google+ - http://bit.ly/13TR5FU Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/ITMPI Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/ITMPI LinkedIN - http://linkd.in/1tKbrOB Pinterest - http://www.pinterest.com/itmpi/ ABOUT US: The IT Metrics and Productivity Institute (ITMPI) is an organization dedicated to best practices education in IT management, project management, and software development. Our mission is to pull together the expertise and educational efforts of the world's leading IT thought leaders and to create a single online destination where IT practitioners and executives can meet all of their educational and professional development needs. We also have created the largest repository of high quality, PDU and CDU approved, online education in the world. ABOUT THE PRESENTER: Ellen Gottesdiener is founder and principal with EBG Consulting, experts helping you deliver high-value products your customers want and need. Ellen is an internationally recognized facilitator, coach, trainer, speaker, and expert in agile product management practices, product envisioning and roadmapping, business analysis and requirements, retrospectives, and collaboration. She works with global clients and speaks at numerous industry conferences. Author of two acclaimed books— "Requirements by Collaboration" and "The Software Requirements Memory Jogger" —Ellen is co-authoring (with Mary Gorman) a book on practical agile planning and analysis practices.
Agile Estimation
 
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Agile Estimation Video by David Griffiths 2014
How It Works: Design Thinking
 
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Trying to solve a problem or find better ways of getting work done? Get familiar with IBM Design Thinking and Agile. For more information on IBM Design Thinking, please visit: http://www.ibm.com/design IBMers -- learn more about Security Intelligence on Think Academy (internal site): https://ibm.biz/IBMThinkAcademy
Views: 606035 IBM Think Academy
Agile Offshore Product Development - People10
 
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Offshore product development the Agile way! Watch the video & see how Pete, Product Owner of a technology company found the solution to his product development problems like time to market, code quality, transparency and early customer feedback. For more information, visit www.people10.com
Introduction to JIRA & Agile Project Management
 
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Another talk in the series for Great Product Teams. If your team wants to learn more about building disruptive products, leveraging the power of data science, and exponential teamwork; subscribe to this channel and find out more at http://chuparkoff.com IN THIS VIDEO: Join me for a brief introduction to JIRA & Agile Project Management. I'll talk about basic Agile concepts. I'll show you basic JIRA planning and working with Scrum and Kanban. And I'll show you the most important reports to master so you can build great product teams just like Atlassian. The corresponding presentation deck for this talk can be found on Slideshare: http://www.slideshare.net/chuparkoff/introduction-to-jira-38474943
Views: 1473750 Dan Chuparkoff
3 Minute Product Manager: Kano Model
 
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Using the Kano model to analyze customer needs and guide product requirements.
S12700 series Agile Switches : Award Winning Product
 
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Flexible in programming with SDN supporting feature. Mr. Tabata of Huawei Technologies Japan explains evaluated points of S12700 series on Interop "Best of Show Award" .
Views: 196 Huawei Enterprise
Agile Retrospective Technique: 5 Basic Steps feat. Mark Grove
 
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Holding post-sprint retrospectives is an important component for the continued growth of agile coaches and teams. Doing so allows coaches and teams to learn from the their mistakes and improve upon them in future sprints. Santeon's Mark Grove shares what a true agile retrospective looks like and explains a popular 5-step method for conducting retrospectives.
Views: 25582 SanteonGroup
Agile New Product Development   Fast track your development process
 
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How does your company or new venture go about developing new products? Would you like to see faster returns from new product development? In today’s rapidly changing marketplace, speed and agility are key. New product development, done quickly and efficiently, can cement the future success of a company. In contrast, poorly managed product development can be slow, frustrating and a drain on company resources. This one hour webinar will introduce you to agile new product development, and methods you can use to fast track your development process. Key topics to be covered include: • Rapid Product Development – Accounting for the value of time • Prototyping ideas through early release • Building market feedback into your NPD system Presented by Robert Geddes & Gerard Ryan
Views: 318 QMISolutions
Budgeting for Agile Projects
 
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How do we budget for Agile Projects? This Auspicious Agile (www.auspiciousagile.com) video blog entry talks about some techniques that can be used to plan and budget for Agile projects. Please note that in the first video example the "most likely case" is only for concept demonstration purposes. If we used the average velocity of the team (as 50 points per sprint) to calculate the most likely case it would actually take 5 sprints (for a backlog of 250 points) to complete.
Views: 5782 John Okoro
Demystifying Agile Product Management - Synerzip Free webinar (Jan 2014)
 
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Demystifying Agile Product Management There's tremendous confusion about how product management works for agile software companies. Beyond the mechanics of agile/scrum and users stories, how do we define/build products that answer broad market needs, that resonate with large groups of customers, that deliver revenue? There's been a split between high-level product planning and detailed software implementation. We'll unpack goals, roles, and the skills needed to deliver great products with revenue impact. We'll address core questions 1. What is a product manager, and how does this map to agile's product owner role? 2. Where do we find such folks? What skills are needed, how do we grow skills? 3. Most agile development is distributed. How can we distribute product management/product ownership? 4. Why is prioritization hard? Presenter: Rich Mironov, CEO of Mironov Consulting, has been leading and coaching product managers for more than three decades. He is a serial entrepreneur, including CEO and VP Product/Marketing roles at six tech start-ups, and often parachutes into software companies as acting VP Products. Rich founded the first Product Camps, and chaired the first product manager/ product owner tracks at the Agile Alliance's annual conference. He is the author of "The Art of Product Management" and the long-running Product Bytes blog. Since 2006, he's provided product consulting/ mentoring to large and small technology companies. He holds a BS Physics degree from Yale and an MBA from Stanford.
Views: 1452 Synerzip
LKNA14: Steve Johnson - From Fragile to Agile: The 4 Roles of Product Management
 
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Now that we've optimized development, it's time to get the rest of the company on board. While agile methods have benefitted product development, few have managed their impact on product management. We'll look beyond the product team to the entire process from idea to creation to delivery to customers. Based on the ebook From Fragile to Agile: agile beyond the product team.
Views: 141 LeanKanban
Lean Product Management - Melissa Perri - Agile on the Beach 2014
 
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Melissa Perri (ProdUX Labs – New York) Lean Product Management Product Management has traditionally been a waterfall process. Teams will spend months building a product, only to find out after releasing it that none of their customers wanted to use it. Applying Lean Startup methods to Product Management can help teams create valuable products in shorter amounts of time. This talk will dive deep into the Product Management process from a Lean standpoint. We’ll discuss how the process works seamlessly on Agile teams. I’ll share my experiences implementing Lean into my role as a Product Manager, my challenges, and how it’s completely reshaped the way I approach building products for the better. Melissa Perri is a Product Manager and UX Designer from New York City. She is the founder of ProdUX Labs (produxlabs.com), a consultancy that specializes in providing guidance and workshops on Product Strategy, UX and Lean Startup methodology to startups and enterprises. She previously cofounded a company in Italy, participated in an international startup accelerator, and worked as a Product Manager and Lead UX Designer for two growing startups in NYC. Currently, she is teaching the Product Management course at General Assembly. Melissa is a firm believer in lean methodologies and measurable design. Through in person global workshops and classes on Skillshare, she teaches companies and individuals how to incorporate lean methodologies into their existing product teams. She also coaches and speaks about Lean UX and Lean Product at conferences, most recently at Lean Agile Scotland, and the iCatapult Startup Accelerator. When not in the office, you can find her mentoring at Lean Startup Machine workshops, exploring global startups, and plotting her next big venture Agile on the Beach Conference, Cornwall UK 2014 www.agileonthebeach.com Dates next year 2-3 Sept 2015
Views: 930 Agile on the Beach
The Agile Parking Lot - Can the ScrumMaster and the Product Owner be the same person?
 
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When the voices of the ScrumMaster and product owner reside in a single person, it’s very confusing to the team. A clip from the SolutionsIQ blog: solutionsiq.com/resources/agileiq-blog About The Agile Parking Lot Video Series:Many of you are familiar with the concept of the Parking Lot — that place you "park" questions to be addressed later during a training class or workshop. This series is a virtual Parking Lot. Have a question? Submit it by leaving a post comment and our consultants will answer it! 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: 332 SolutionsIQ
LKNA14: Rich Mironov - Demystifying Agile Product Management
 
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There's tremendous confusion about how product management works for Agile software development companies. Beyond the mechanics of Agile/Kanban and user stories, how do we define/build products that answer broad market needs that also resonate with large groups of customers and deliver revenue? There's been a split between high-level product planning and detailed software implementation. During this session, we'll unpack goals, roles, and the skills needed to deliver great products with revenue impact.
Views: 218 LeanKanban
Agile Estimating and Planning: Product Backlog Estimating Units
 
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From Mike Cohn's online training course, Agile Estimating and Planning. For more information or to stream and download, go to Front Row Agile: https://www.frontrowagile.com/courses/agile-estimating-and-planning In this video, Mike begins to introduce the ideas of estimating a product backlog by drawing analogies to estimating two real-world activities. You can earn four PDUs, SEUs and a certificate of completion after successfully completing the full online course.
Views: 4294 Front Row Agile
3 Minute Product Manager: Long-term Product Roadmaps
 
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Guidance for product managers on how to create long-term, multi-generational roadmaps for your product or service.
Agile planning with Microsoft Project
 
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A tutorial on how to do agile planning with Microsoft Project.
Views: 30670 Software Engineering
Agile Product Design - IvTEC
 
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The Fall 2014 Agile Product Design team presents the unique, in-vivo cleaning tool they ideated, prototyped, and patented for use in robotic surgeries. Team members: Michael Petri (TL), Andrew Stewart, Rannyu Ngoran, Jonathan Schick, Derrick Jones, Patrick Stevens.
Views: 135 I-CCEW
Agile  An Introduction
 
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See more about Agile at http://icoremanagement.com/ Learn about the Agile product development lifecycle and project management best practices in this story about Mary, an owner of a toy store who improves her business by leveraging Scrum Teams and Agile methods.
Introduction to Scrum - 7 Minutes
 
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What is Agile Scrum? This video will get you started with the details to you need to start working with Scrum. Visit http:--Uzility.com for scrum software.
Views: 1794897 Uzility
Do Agile Right webinar: Lessons learned from an Atlassian product manager
 
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Watch a recording of a 30-minute presentation from two Atlassian product managers, Sherif Mansour and John Masson, who share their best agile practices for successful product management. Learn more: http://www.atlassian.com/agile
Views: 13185 Atlassian
Self-management and Self-organization: Agile Games with Motion
 
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Self-management and self-organization are important themes in Agile software development, but what do they actually look like? We pontificate about worker empowerment, but then we revert to command-and-control: our product owners mandate project scope and deadlines, and our Scrum Masters assign tasks to team members. Why can’t we let teams be self-organized and workers be self-managed? These activity-based learning activities are kinesthetic learning games. Players learn by playing fun, physical games of movement. These games create a social atmosphere and a full body and mind experience that make it easy and fun to learn. We’ll play five games, including Line Up, 60 Paces, Triangles, Human Knot, and a special surprise game. In this session, we explore and experience self-management and self-organization via Agile games. You will leave with a deep internalized understanding of self-management and self-organization and an appreciation of how they work better than command-and-control. You’ll be able to share these games with your coworkers. Speakers:Richard Kasperowski, With Great People
Views: 20848 ConfEngine
Vaidas Adomauskas: The only skill good Product Owner needs!
 
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Vaidas is CTO and co-founder of mobile payments ecosystem UAB „WoraPay“. He is the author of the blog and Agile trainings and consultancy center in Lithuania www.agilecoach.lt. Vaidas is also the president of Agile Lithuania association, as well as Agile project management lecturer at Vilnius University Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics (VU MIF). Vaidas has gather many years of experience of using and implementing Agile project management methods in companies. He shares his experience by running in-house and public Agile project management trainings as well as speaking in conferences. He is Certified Scrum Professional (CSP), Certified Scrum Master (CSM), Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO), and member of Lithuanian Project Management Association (LPVA). The only skill good Product Owner needs! There are many books and trainings that describe what good Product Owner should be. I have been a Product Owner for more than 5 years now. During this time I learned that there is only one skill that is essential to good Product Owner. I am ready to share it with you together with few "stories from the trenches" that will illustrate it.
Views: 6335 Agile Lietuva
The Lean Approach: Minimum Viable Products
 
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Steve Blank says a minimum viable product, or MVP, can help you test your hypotheses about the market, and your customers, before you spend too much time creating and shipping the product. THIS VIDEO CAN HELP ANSWER: What is a minimum viable product? Why should I create a prototype? Do MVPs have to be perfect? How can I use an MVP to run an experiment? ABOUT THE KAUFFMAN FOUNDERS SCHOOL Visit the website: [http://bit.ly/1EW2br7] The Kauffman Founders School presents a powerful curriculum for entrepreneurs who wish to learn anywhere, anytime. The online education platform features experts presenting lectures in series modules designed to give Founders a rich learning experience, while also engaging them in lessons that will make a difference in their business today, tomorrow, and in the future. The Kauffman Founders School series modules include Powerful Presentations, Intellectual Property, Founder's Dilemmas, Entrepreneurial Selling, Entrepreneurial Marketing, Surviving the Entrepreneurial Life, Startups, and much more. © Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.
If We’re Agile Why Do We Need Managers?  Ron Lichty, 20141015
 
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Ron Lichty,Principal of Ron Lichty Consulting, Inc. A common misconception about agile is that managers are unnecessary. After all, agile is based on self-organizing teams. If the teams organize themselves, what do managers do? Unfortunately, most scrum training plays into that. Think about it: how many trainers or coaches have you seen sketch the structure of a scrum team with a drawing that includes a manager? While there's always a scrum master and a product owner, the core team and maybe some stakeholders, have you ever seen a manager in that drawing? This misconception can be a problem all around: A frequently cited barrier to agile adoption is managers who don't know what to do when their teams become self-managing. When they're not included in training, how would they (or anyone else, for that matter) know how to characterize their role. At the same time, organizations often lay down expectations of managers, some compatible with agile, some not. Agile has clearly shifted the old roles and responsibilities. Managers bent on command-and-control are clearly a barrier to agile adoption. But managers who take a hands-off approach or are treading water in a sea of ambiguity will almost certainly stymie adoption, as well. Ron Lichty believes (and so do a lot of the early agile thought leaders) that managers have critical roles to play in enabling success, both of transitions to agile and of agile itself. This session is about those roles. Speaker Bio Ron Lichty has been alternating between consulting with and managing software development and product organizations for 25 years, the last 15 of those in the era of Agile, almost all of those spent untangling the knots in software development and transforming chaos to clarity. Originally a programmer, he earned several patents and wrote two popular programming books before being hired into his first management role by Apple Computer, which nurtured his managerial growth in both development and product management roles. Principal and owner of Ron Lichty Consulting, Inc. (http://www.RonLichty.com), he has trained teams in Scrum, transitioned teams from waterfall and iterative methodologies to agile, and coached teams already using agile to make their software development "hum". In his continued search for effective best practices, Ron co-authored the 2013 Study of Product Team Performance. Ron's most recent book is Managing the Unmanageable: Rules, Tools, and Insights for Managing Software People and Teams - http://www.ManagingTheUnmanageable.net - co-authored with Pixar and Gracenote CTO Mickey W. Mantle. Published by Addison Wesley, it has been compared by reviewers to software development classics, The Mythical Man-Month and Peopleware. Ron has repeatedly been brought in as an acting CTO and interim vice president of engineering to solve development team challenges. During Ron's first three years at Charles Schwab, he led software development of the first investor tools on Schwab.com, playing a role in transforming the bricks-and-mortar discount brokerage into a premier name in online financial services. He was promoted to Schwab vice president while leading his CIO’s three-year technology initiative to migrate software development from any-language-goes to a single, cost-effective platform company-wide and nurturing Schwab's nascent efforts to leverage early Agile approaches. He has led products and development across a wide range of domains for companies of all sizes, from startups to the Fortune 500, including Fujitsu, Razorfish, Stanford, and Apple. Ron has been an adviser to a half-dozen start-ups. He co-chairs SVForum’s Engineering Leadership SIG; founded its Software Architecture SIG; chaired its Emerging Technology SIG and the East Bay Innovation Group’s Software Management Best Practices SIG; and was a member of the board of SVForum, Silicon Valley’s largest and oldest developer organization. http://www.sfbayacm.org/event/if-we%E2%80%99re-agile-why-do-we-need-managers http://www.meetup.com/SF-Bay-ACM/events/202637842/ http://www.slideshare.net/RonLichty/if-we-are-agile-why-do-we-need-managers-code-camp-1014
Views: 2190 San Francisco Bay ACM
Vidas Vasiliauskas: Scrumban - mixing agile and for product manufacture and support
 
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Lean thinking was in Vidas blood from the first project and it evolved through many different roles in IT project development and management. Main role as a product manager for “Eylean board” and experience in lean start-up business taught vast array of lessons. As a manager of a worldwide product dedicated to project managers, Vidas pursue latest trends and methodologies to keep up with fast moving project management world. Consulting clients from all over the world is a great challenge which requires out of the box thinking and deep knowledge. Scrumban - mixing agile and lean for product manufacture and support Session will target small to medium sized teams, project managers and start-up guys who are doing lean/agile based product development or support. A refreshing idea about “On demand” thinking in a world based on “Squeezing or pushing”. We will talk about principles which bring mixed practices from both Scrum and Kanban to supply a responsive, lean and still constrained process. Vidas will cover main guidelines and insights of practical applications on Scrumban including: -On demand planning -Feature freezing -Process triggers -Importance of Kaizen -The most important thing to be done next
Views: 933 Agile Lietuva
Agile Estimating and Planning: Planning Poker - Mike Cohn
 
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This is an excerpt from Mike Cohn's Agile Estimating and Planning online training course. For more information or to stream and download the full-length course, go to: https://www.frontrowagile.com/courses/agile-estimating-and-planning In this video, Mike explains how to play Planning Poker to collaboratively estimate an agile or Scrum team's product backlog. You can earn four PDUs, SEUs and a certificate of completion after successfully completing the full course.
Views: 92659 Front Row Agile
Do Agile Right webinar: Q&A with two Atlassian product managers
 
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Watch a recording of a 30-minute Q&A-style presentation from two Atlassian product managers, Sherif Mansour and John Masson, who answer questions about their best agile practices for successful product management. Learn more: http://www.atlassian.com/agile
Views: 2020 Atlassian
Making Agile Work—with Eleven Product Owners | Neal Huffman | StickyMinds
 
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Neal Huffman speaks on his upcoming presentation at Agile Development Conference & Better Software Conference East 2014, covers what peaks and valleys can be expected when making the agile transition, and how to know when you and your company have finally become agile. http://www.stickyminds.com/interview/peaks-and-valleys-agile-transition-interview-neal-huffmanhttp://www.stickyminds.com/interview/peaks-and-valleys-agile-transition-interview-neal-huffman
Views: 112 TechWell Happenings
Pitching the Product Owner Game at Play 4 Agile
 
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Astrid and Lilian pitch the kick off session of the Product Owner game at Play 4 Agile 2014
Views: 264 KuzidiWatu
MC Commerce - A Design Engineering Product Team feat. Agile Rock
 
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MC Commerce: "Real quick backstory for you. Agile Rock called me up and said, "Look there's an opportunity for us to tell a little story about our team. You can talk a little bit about how they organized themselves to make themselves ready to do the stuff that matters. He's like "Hey, you got a chance to sit down with me, maybe we can figure out a way to communicate this in a visual way, an audio way, something special for the people." I said, "Hell yeah, man." This is that song. Join the Optimizely Team. Visit https://www.optimizely.com/jobs Special thanks to the wonderful (all in house) team that made this happen and for all the Optinauts for letting us perform for them. Learn more about Optimizely: https://www.optimizely.com Visit the Optiverse - A space for experimenters to unite, explore, & optimize: http://www.optiverse.com Lyrics - (real lyrics below) #ADEPT A to the D to the E P T A Design Engineering and Product Team Yeah, you know what we mean, yeah, you know what we mean, we about to step on the scene First lets talk Analytics team all up on the scene, makin our backend reliable while its counting everything, results spending their days on ways to display, that are easy to get to and understand, yeah its insights for days Then we get to Build (tools, infrastructure, devops) putting Jenkins to work with AWS, productivity to the top Then Create, taking the web, android, and iOS, making it silky smooth, efficiently too, to make a better page and launch a test Delivery gets to know you, and they gets to know me Using data and machine learning so they can show the right thing Ecosystem, tappin into our partner side and makin for integrations like BlueKai through our apis Then we get to Flow, showing users where to go, To start testing, growing, and building workflows make advancing so seamless, and learning so smooth til everyone in a company is an Optimizer too Gotta tip a hat to those in Growth, Monetization seeking better ways to find us more dough Give a shout to Biz intel for all the info as well, Give props to Ops for building systems that gel Last but not least, lets talk Success Taking cues from the queue puttin tickets to rest (and puttin tickets to rest) A to the D to the E P T A Design Engineering and Product Team Yeah, you know what we mean, yeah, you know what we mean, we about to step on the scene
Views: 539 Optimizely
Agile Product Management
 
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Magnus & Rich discussing Agile withing the Product Management environment.
Views: 48 TolpagorniPM
Le Product Owner est il un Product Manager agile ? - Sébastien Sacard
 
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Existe-t-il des différences entre un chef de projet fonctionnel qui faisait son métier il y a 10 ans et un "Product Owner" actuel ? Les entreprises ont certes adoptées les intitulés des postes des méthodes Agiles au sein des DSI, mais force est de constater que le Product Owner n'est pas "propriétaire" du produit et que seule la phase de développement est gérée par celui-ci. Le Product Management, discipline qui existe très peu en France, est à la croisée des chemins entre le Marketing, le Business et la Technique. Nous verrons en quoi cette nouvelle approche peut donner plus de responsabilité au Product Owner et plus de satisfaction au client final. Existe-t-il des différences entre un chef de projet fonctionnel qui faisait son métier il y a 10 ans et un "product owner" actuel ? Les entreprises ont certes adoptées les intitulés des postes des méthodes Agiles au sein des DSI, mais force est de constater que le product owner n'est pas "propriétaire" du produit, que la définition de ce qu'est un produit est encore trop floue, et que les projets sont la plupart du temps abordés uniquement à la phase "Développement". Le Product Management, discipline qui existe très peu en France, est à la croisée des chemins entre le Marketing, le Business et la Technique. Les différents métiers apparentés au Product Manager, selon la taille de l'organisation (Product Designer, Product Development manager, Product Marketing manager, Product Owner, ...), 'accompagnent le produit tout au long de la chaîne de valeur client, de l'étude d'opportunité à la suppression du produit à la fin de son cycle de vie. Nous verrons ensemble ce qu'est un produit (et ce qui n'est pas un produit), les différentes phases du product management et quelles sont les responsabilités des différents métiers Produit dans une organisation Produit (et Agile, mais pas forcément), avec des exemples et des retours d'expérience. Niveau : expérimenté
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Google Design Minutes — Design sprints at scale
 
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175 designers and researchers from the Ads and Commerce UX team got together for a week and participated in 23 parallel design sprints. In this video, team leads discuss how design sprints can help you rapidly iterate on ideas, at scale. #GoogleDesignMinutes
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R. Willimann & U. Paesch: Spassfaktor Product Owner – Spassbremse Management - Agile Bodensee 2014
 
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Weitere Infos zum Vortrag von Renate Willimann und Uwe Paesch auf der Agile Bodensee 2014 unter http://www.agile-bodensee.com/review/rueckblick-2014/spassfaktor-po-spassbremse-management/
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Describe the role of the Scrum Product Owner
 
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The Third module is the Product Owner. This section highlights the key responsibilities of the Product owner in relation to a Scrum project.
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