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Agile | Product vs. Project
 
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Comparison of product-based and project-based development efforts using the ServiceNow ITBM Agile 2.0 application. Applies to UI16, the latest version of the user interface, in the Kingston release. May apply to future releases as well. UI16 is the default user interface for new instances, starting with the Geneva release. To get UI16 on upgraded instances, the UI16 plugin must be activated. Role required: none For best video quality, increase your player resolution to 1080p. For more information, see: ServiceNow product documentation: https://docs.servicenow.com/bundle/kingston-it-business-management/page/product/agile-development/concept/agile-development.html ServiceNow Education Services: http://www.servicenow.com/services/training-and-certification.html ServiceNow Community: https://community.servicenow.com/welcome ServiceNow TechBytes Podcast: https://community.servicenow.com/community/experts-corner/techbytes-podcasts For general information about ServiceNow, visit: http://www.servicenow.com/ Your feedback helps us serve you better! Did you find this video helpful? Leave us a comment to tell us why or why not.
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Product Management :Agile Requirements using Product Backlog : what is a Product Vision ?
 
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Agile - Product Backlog
 
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Agile - Product Backlog Watch More Videos at https://www.tutorialspoint.com/videotutorials/index.htm Lecture By: Mr. Mahesh Kumar, Tutorials Point India Private Limited.
What is a Product Roadmap | Product Roadmap Example | Product Roadmap Tool | Agile
 
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Understand what is product roadmap with real-world examples. We will also take a look at public roadmaps of two software product companies. Complete course to become the product manager and get the job you love. For more videos enroll in the course below ENROLL NOW : https://goo.gl/K1tpb4
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Jile | Product-centric Agile Delivery Model
 
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Organizations who want to adopt Agile and achieve true business agility should switch from Project-centric delivery model to Product-centric delivery model. Product-centric Agile Delivery Model is an outcome-oriented cross-functional BizDevOps teams organized and funded around key IT enabled business capabilities to think, build and deliver continuous value to customers.
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Product Management :Agile Requirements using Product Backlog : What is a Product Backlog?
 
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Product Management :Agile Requirements using Product Backlog : what is a vision board ?
 
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What's the Role of Product Owner in Agile Development?
 
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The Product Owner is one of the most critical roles in Scrum. Michael Goff, our Director of Agile Development explains their role in Agile software development. Learn more about the Product Owner's role in Michael's blog: https://www.smallfootprint.com/insights/how-technical-should-product-owners-be-in-agile-software-development
How Agile Screwed Up Product Ownership and 5 Things You Can Do to Fix It by Jeff Patton
 
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Agile development has fixed lots of problems in software development, Companies using it consistently deliver working software more predictably than ever before. But, the software they make isn't necessarily better, or more successful in the market. Because the things we need to do to make a product successful aren't baked into agile development. And, in fact, strict adherence to common agile practice can result in even worse products. This talk explains why and gives you 5 concrete changes to Agile development you can make to improve things. These aren't things your product owner or product manager must do. They're the things the whole team need to do. And, they're not easy things. But, they're necessary if you want to more consistently make products people love. More details: https://confengine.com/agile-india-2018/proposal/5744/how-agile-screwed-up-product-ownership-and-5-things-you-can-do-to-fix-it Conference: https://2018.agileindia.org
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The Difference Between a Product Manager Role and a Business Analyst
 
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The product manager role and business analyst role go hand in hand. Many product managers get their start as business analysts, and as a product manager, you can expect to work closely with a business analyst. What’s the difference between the two roles? And how do you transition from one role to another? That’s the question we address in today’s video.
Views: 4327 Bridging the Gap
How To Write User Stories
 
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Want are User Stories and how do you write them? In this UX tutorial for beginners I show you how! ____ IF YOU LIKE MY CHANNEL, HERE ARE SOME NEXT STEPS... 1) HIRE ME: Want me to work with your startup or business? https://bit.ly/2AybHq8 2) FREE EBOOK: "How to start a career in UX" https://bit.ly/2xuYDDE 3) FREE PORTFOLIO REVIEW: Get my thoughts on your portfolio... https://bit.ly/2KuhpxM ____ In this video I go over what user stories are, how to write them and how to use them to create a product using an agile workflow. What is a User Story? It's a short, simple description of a product feature, told from the perspective of the person who wants that feature or as a potential/existing user of a product or service. They are used to define the product backlog in an Agile development workflow. The product backlog is a collection of user stories that drives feature development for a product or service. How do you Write a User Story? They are composed of 3 parts: - #1 User persona - #2 The feature the user requires - #3 The need satisfied by that feature Example: As a (user) I want a (feature) so that I can (satisfy a need). What is an Epic? An epic is essentially a very big user story which likely includes many other smaller user stories. Example (Airbnb): I want to find holiday destinations and travel abroad. Let's break own this example: Step 1 : Write our epics Epic #1 As a user I want to discover new and interesting destinations Epic #2 As a user I want to book accommodation in a foreign city. Epic #3 As a user I want to create an experience in a foreign city Step 2 : Break these epics into smaller stories ____ CREATE USER STORIES Sticky notes - http://amzn.eu/hDUuw9a Sharpie marker pens - http://amzn.eu/jhbAm8w FAVE UX TOOLS Webflow - https://webflow.com/ UX Pin - https://www.uxpin.com/ Balsamiq - https://balsamiq.com/ InVision - https://www.invisionapp.com/ Trello - https://trello.com/ Lucid Chart - https://www.lucidchart.com/ ____ Check out my social for more UX tips: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/robertsmith.co/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/robertsmith_co
Views: 31488 Robert Smith
The Four Pillars of Agile Development Methodologies - Product Development
 
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This video from Analyst Zone touches upon the four pillars of agile development methodologies. You will learn the significance of concepts, principles, methods and techniques in the agile development methods such as LEAN, Scrum, DSDM, SAFe etc.
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What Is Product Agile Methodology by Sprout Social Sr Product Manager
 
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Product Management webinar about the product agile methodology. 👉 Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/2xMQLbS 🕊️ Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/2xAQklN 💙 Like us on Facebook for free event tickets: http://bit.ly/2xPfjkh 📷 Check us out on Instagram: http://bit.ly/2eHmfJp Get the presentation slides here: http://bit.ly/2r0rmIA Find out more about us: http://bit.ly/2qTqB5j 💻 Bethany focused on choosing the right agile methodology for a given team, company size and risk assessment. She talked about how the Agile Methodology can work for any type of team, how it’s important to look at the talent you have to determine what methodology works best for you, and how business needs can supersede a person’s ability to pursue a specific methodology Bethany Pagels-Minor is a Senior Product Manager at Sprout Social. They have worked in technology roles within numerous multi-million to multi-billion dollar organizations. They currently work on a development team focusing on social media. Bethany is the Executive Vice Chair of Howard Brown Health, the largest LGBTQ organization in the Midwest. Whenever possible, they attempt to combine technology with philanthropy to allow nonprofit organizations to operate efficiently in the current technological climate. Bethany is a native of Mississippi and still does not understand how it can get so cold in Chicago. ABOUT US: Product School is the world’s first tech business school. We offer certified Product Management, Coding, Data and Blockchain courses; our instructors are real-world product managers working at top tech companies such as Google, Facebook, Snapchat, Airbnb, LinkedIn, PayPal, and Netflix. Our classes are part-time, designed to fit into your work schedule, and the campuses are located in 14 cities worldwide, including Silicon Valley, New York, Los Angeles and London. See our upcoming courses here: http://bit.ly/2qTqB5j In addition to classes, each of our campuses host weekly events with top industry professionals about Product Management, Data, Coding and Blockchain. Click here to see what we have coming up: http://bit.ly/2HInQOw Product leaders from local top tech companies visit Product School campuses each week. Through lectures, panel discussions, and a variety of other forums, the world’s top product managers visit Product School to provide invaluable real-world insights into critical management issues. 📓 The Product Book has arrived! Learn how to become a great Product Manager. Get your copy here: http://amzn.to/2uJqg9A #ProductManagement #ProductSchool #Upskill #TechEducation #Education #Product #TechStartup #FinTech #Business #ProductManager #ProdMgmt
Best Practices in Agile Development Methodologies - Product Development
 
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This video from AnalystZone throws light on the best practices in agile development methodologies. You can learn the agile practices from planning and estimation, to requirements management, design & development through to the release management. Here, we also touch upon the vital aspect of team setup and structure and working in agile methods.
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Who is a Product Owner in SCRUM? - Agile Tutorials
 
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Learn about the roles and responsibilities of Product owner in SCRUM Team. Product Owner is the person who own the product backlog - Agile Tutorials
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DEEP Product Backlogs for Agile, Scrum, Kanban, Continuous Delivery
 
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As a Product Owner I want an efficient backlog methodology So that I can more effectively work the backlog and present the backlog to the team Product Owner Primary audience, but this is the written interface between the vision and the production so it’s good for everyone in the team to understand this take on backlogs. Essential enterprise addition to others such as face to face ceremonies Opportunities: People able to focus on the right amount of work at the right time Product and team able to incept and start faster Product able to get to MVP quicker Product able and if pivot and change direction Less stress, more productive team working with human characteristics and biases DEEP backlogs and the Backlog as an Iceberg Detailed appropriately – definition of done, user stories, gherkins - appropriately just-in-time Estimated – t-shirt sized or triaged against each other Emergent – slap a one-liner on it, throwaway, PO idea Prioritized – fluid over structure, rigidity. So that's DEEP, and I really like marrying it with this Product Iceberg analogy as that really helps with Definition of Ready, and reinforces each of the Detailed, Estimated, Emergent, and Prioritised angles. Icebergs are good for transformation: Waterfall design documents with Fixed Long list of use cases that have been exhaustively thought about and scheduled. Excessive rigidity Sprint forecasting and forward allocation of stories to sprints – in sprint 11,12&13 we will add the reporting charts. Which to me is a long way from marking up stories into an overall MVP or Release. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Availability_heuristic Heuristics & Biases of the human mind, working with them not against the grain. Availability bias, your brain finds it easier to recall what it's more recently experienced/discussed. Daniel Kahnmann – K-game OK crux of the keep it simple Backlog -
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Starting agile product development with clients | Agile Practitioners #3
 
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Product Owners and Business Analysts on Agile Teams
 
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www.agileuprising.com On this episode of the Agile Uprising podcast, Andrew Leff, Colleen Johnson, and Ryan Lockard discuss the role of product owners and business analysts on agile teams.  If you have a question and would like it answered or talked about on the Agile Uprising podcast please post on this thread, we will answer on a future episode! http://coalition.agileuprising.com/t/podcast-listener-questions-ask-them-here/500   Thanks to our sponsor www.vgroupdigital.com
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Agile: A Day in the Life of  a Product Owner
 
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Description: So what does a Product Owner do all day? Find out more about the Product Owner role with a walk through of a normal day
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Product Discovery Anti-Patterns (Hands on Agile Webinar #1)
 
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NEWSLETTER — join 18,000 peers: https://age-of-product.com/subscribe/?ref=youtube Scrum has proven to be a practical product delivery framework for digital products like applications or apps. However, Scrum is equally suited to build the wrong product efficiently as its Achilles heel has always been the product discovery part. What product discovery part, you may think now. And this is precisely the point: The product owner miraculously identifies what the best way to proceed as a team by gating and prioritizing the product backlog is. From sunk costs, HIPPO-ism, my-budget-my-features to self-fulfilling prophecies - learn more about the numerous product discovery anti-patterns that can manifest themselves when you try to fill Scrum's product discovery void. HOST: Stefan Wolpers BLOG: https://age-of-product.com/webinar-product-discovery/ TRANSCRIPT: Hello, everybody. Welcome to the first Hands-On Agile Webinar. I'm your host Stefan Wolpers, and today we will be talking about product discovery anti-patterns. The first one basically everyone knows, it 'my budget, my feature.' Think Jira monkeys and coders. The product department is more treated like an internal agency, and stakeholders pursue the, "we pay for you," approach. Number two, speaking of silos, for example, marketing or sales, insist on channeling communication with customers and users. Their sales people are preventing [the product team] from talking directly with customers, which is making user interviews and user research very problematic. Number three, coders code. Engineers are supposed to deliver code and nothing else. They are not supposed to, for example, talk to customers, very often under the label that coders are too expensive and too scarce and they shouldn't waste time on talking to customers. I believe this is pure Taylorism at work. It's entirely output oriented. Number four, okay, as a product team we shouldn't assume a victim role here. We also contribute in some form or another to this whole product discovery anti-pattern process. For example, there's one issue that regularly triggers frustration on the side of the stakeholders if we are not transparent about how we work. Next category: personal issues. So, personal agendas, I don't think we have to talk about it in detail. Pet projects: pet projects are stakeholder driven. However, they do not exclusively apply to the middle management. You can also think of gold plating as an engineering approach, or why an exotic new technology suddenly becomes a part of the tech stack. A root-cause analysis will probably point to the "what is in it for me?" syndrome with one or more stakeholders. Number six, HiPPOism. HiPPO stands for highest-paid person's opinion, and there's the famous quote of Jim Barksdale of Netscape, "If we have data, let's go with the data. If all we have are opinions, let's go with mine." However, there's no scientific proof that the pay grade of an individual is linked to his or her ability to identify what's worth building. Number seven, bonus at risk: the misalignment between individual incentives on the one side and the team objective on the other side. Shortly before the end of the bonus period, the product team gets swamped with must-have requirements from sales. Psychological issues, the third and most interesting category of product discovery anti-patterns. The sunk cost fallacy, number eight. We believe that we make rational decisions most of the time. In fact, we're often only rationalizing them afterward. Substitution, number nine. Another piece from Kahneman's book. Kahneman's system number one tends to deliver answers to most of the questions that come to your mind very quickly. Now, for example, consider the question, "How's your life nowadays," which would require you to reflect on and analyze. That's actually another part of your brain. Yet, you come up with an answer immediately. The trick here is that the brain's actually not answering this complicated question, but it's answering a related question. For example, "How was your mood today?" and takes this substitute question as the ground for the belief that you answered the original question. #10 - Validating your solution: This self-fulfilling prophecy is closely related to the "I know what we have to build" issue we just talked about. With the best intentions, you want to validate your hypothesis and solution, you are data-driven, right? Survivorship bias, number 11. Survivorship bias or survival bias is the logical error of concentrating on the people or things that made it in the past through some selection process, and overlook at the same time what didn't happen, typically because of a lack of visibility. The last one, number 12: psychological distance. Steve Jobs once said, "It's really hard to design products by focus groups. A lot of times people don't know what they want until you show it to them."
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Why Agile Teams Need Business Analysts
 
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Many business analysts feel like their role is not needed in agile. We hear that agile teams don’t want “requirements” and so we assume they don’t want business analysts! Nothing could be further from the truth. Here’s exactly why agile teams need business analysts. Learn more at: http://www.bridging-the-gap.com/agile-business-analyst/
Views: 3534 Bridging the Gap
Agile Scrum: What is Product Backlog & Sprint Backlog
 
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Learn QA Automation Understanding Agile: Product Backlog and Sprint Backlog Agile Scrum: What is Product Backlog & Sprint Backlog
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Roman Pichler - Building a Product Users Want [Agile Prague]
 
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When we work on digital products, we spend most of our time carrying out tactical tasks: writing and prioritising users stories, making design and architecture decision, implementing and testing software, gathering and analysing user feedback and data, and updating the product backlog. While attention to detail is necessary to develop a great product, we are in danger of no longer seeing the wood for the trees if we focus too much on the tactics. In the worst case, we develop a product with amazing features and cutting-edge technology that nobody really wants and needs. This talk will help you avoid this trap by showing how to create a product strategy that clearly communicates the value your product should create for the users and the business, and that serves as an input for a product roadmap and product backlog thereby guiding the tactical work. About Roman Pichler Roman Pichler is a product management expert specialised in digital products. He has 15 years experience in teaching product managers and product owners, and in helping companies improve their product management capabilities. Roman is the author of three books, including "Strategize: Product Strategy and Product Roadmap Practices for the Digital Age" and "Agile Product Management with Scrum", and he writes a popular blog for product professionals.
Importance of agile methodology for software product development
 
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Agile methodology has been one of the most successful methods for delivering the project in timely manner. In this video we will look at some important benefits of going Agile for Software product development. For queries - https://bit.ly/2jlGNJr Connect with Us through https://www.facebook.com/PixelCrayons https://twitter.com/pixelcrayons https://www.linkedin.com/company/pixelcrayons https://www.instagram.com/pixelcrayons/ https://in.pinterest.com/pixelcrayons/
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Scrum Product Owner Anti-Patterns (Hands-on Agile Webinar #6)
 
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NEWSLETTER — join 18,000 peers: https://age-of-product.com/subscribe/?ref=youtube If you are working as a product owner, there is — very likely — room for improvement. I curated the most common product owner anti-patterns to help you up your game. If you like to improve on those anti-patterns that you recognize why don’t you ask the scrum master and the team for support? The product owner anti-patterns list is a good starting point for a mutually beneficial retrospective. According to the Scrum Guide, the product owner is sole and accountable person optimizing the work of the engineers. In other words, the product owner has ideas or identifies ideas, or at least he or she curates suitable ideas from wherever and validates them whether those ideas are “product backlog worthy” or not. In my experience, this approach turns the product owner into the Achilles heel — or bottleneck by design — of the whole process. If you "remove" the PO as an independent and respected role, for example, by sticking with your organizations' stage-gate process, Scrum easily mutates into a Waterfall 2.0 process. This Hands-on Agile webinar addresses 12 familiar product owner anti-patterns interfering with the concept of the Scrum product owner role. Learn how to improve your professional performance by avoiding the typical product owner mistakes: from oversized product backlogs and prioritization by proxy, to be absent during the sprint, and outing yourself as a loner during the sprint review. HOST: Stefan Wolpers NEWSLETTER: Learn about new webinars in advance: https://age-of-product.com/subscribe/?ref=youtube BLOG: “Product Owner Anti-Patterns”: https://age-of-product.com/product-owner-anti-patterns/ SLIDEDECK: https://www.slideshare.net/wolpers1/handson-agile-webinar-6-product-owner-antipatterns CONTENT: (1) The first anti-pattern covers the oversized product backlog: The product backlog contains more items than the scrum team can deliver within three to four sprints. This way the product owner creates waste by hoarding issues that might never materialize. The product owner is probably using the product backlog as a repository of ideas and requirements. (This practice is clogging the product backlog, may lead to a cognitive overload and makes alignment with the ‘big picture’ at portfolio management and roadmap planning level very tough.) (2) The second anti-pattern covers creating the product backlog in the wrong way: The product owner treats product backlog items not as a token for discussion to build a shared understanding of the why, how, and what with the team, but as deliverables. Often, the PO creates product backlog items upfront by copying from requirement documents without including other members of the scrum team. (3) The third anti-pattern covers the weak product owner: The PO has not learned to say no to stakeholders demanding new requests. Trying to being everybody’s darling creates mediocre products that do not scale, though. It also defies the product owner’s most important duty: protecting the product backlog from tasks with little or no value. (4) The fourth anti-pattern covers prioritization by proxy: A single stakeholder or a committee of stakeholder prioritizes the product backlog — not the product owner. (The strength of Scrum is building on the strong position of the product owner. The product owner is the only person to decide what tasks become product backlog items. Hence, the product owner also decides on the priority. Take away that empowerment, and Scrum turns into a pretty robust waterfall 2.0 process.) (5) The fifth anti-pattern covers the omniscient product owner: The PO does not involve stakeholders or subject matter experts in the refinement process, and probably not even the Scrum team. (6) The sixth episode covers the lack of a sprint goal: The product owner cannot provide a sprint goal, or the chosen sprint goal is flawed. (7) The seventh anti-pattern covers the pushy PO: The product owner pushes the development team to take on more tasks than it could realistically handle. Probably, the product owner is referring to former team metrics such as velocity to support his or her desire. (8) The eighth anti-pattern covers how the product owner might be toying with the definition of ready. The PO tries to squeeze in some last-minute user stories that do not meet the definition of ready. (9) The ninth anti-pattern covers the absent product owner. If the PO is not available for immediate clarification, he or she will create artificial queues that probably will put the scrum team’s sprint goal at risk. (10) The tenth anti-pattern covers the product owner who cannot let go product backlog items once they become sprint backlog items. (11) The eleventh anti-pattern covers the selfish product owner, presenting “his or her” accomplishments to the stakeholders. (12) The twelveth anti-pattern covers the unapproachable, the broadcasting product owner.
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Agile Product Ownership
 
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#Product Design #Management for Agile Practitioners Product. Reference #Model
 
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Product Design Management is a corporate culture and multidisciplinary management methodology that benefits product design and innovation for business growth, as part of the company strategy. The product design discipline is product- and production-centered, as part of the R&D department. It is not the product designer’s job to deal with the company’s strategy, marketing or product pricing. However, it is certainly his job to design the product according to the company’s strategy, following the guidelines he receives from the product design manager. Yet, in many cases, product designers (because they are smart and motivated professionals) take the initiative and act as (mini) product design managers. Sometimes, this brings valuable results, and sometimes not. To properly implement PDM in a company, much more than product designer (or even R&D manager) initiative is needed.
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Key Stakeholders in Agile Product Development - Business Analysis
 
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This video from Analyst Zone highlights how business analysts can identify, engage and manage key stakeholders. First off, its very important to identify the stakeholders from across different levels, roles, backgrounds in the context of agile product development initiatives, strategic initiatives and change management programmes.
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Q & A on Agile Product Ownership in a Nutshell
 
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This video was made in our Recent CSPO session in Bangalore. In this video, Peter and Saket are answering questions triggered by watching Agile Product Ownership in a Nutshell. This video also gives an insight into Peter's approach of mentoring CST.
Improving Products with Agile
 
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Kelsey, a Senior Product Manager, details how working in Agile helps us work faster and deliver superior products. #FidelityAssociate
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Agile Product Roadmap
 
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Agile Product Roadmap by Junaid Sagheer 04-09-2018
Capital One: Reimagining Product and Delivery through Agile - SAFe Summit 2017
 
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Presenters: Anand Francis, Director, Agile Coach Capital One Greg Jaeger, Agile Coach Capital One Capital One Commercial Bank began its transition to an Agile organization with the declaration that it was now Capital One Technology. “This was more than a name change,” Capital One CIO Rob Alexander said. “It was a declaration that we would no longer be a traditional bank IT shop. …” Capital One was not a one team, one product organization. Our products were complex and evolving to a digital world and customer focused discovery and delivery model. We quickly realized we needed to be a scaling organization. “We looked at other frameworks for Agile, but SAFe offered a well-supported framework with clear guidelines, training, and experts to support us throughout the journey,” says Anand Francis, Director of Agile Coaching Services, Capital One Commercial Banking. As we began to mature we needed our teams and trains to know where they were on the journey to become agile; to become scaled. To that end, the Agile Maturity Assessment was developed and delivered not through a yes/no questionnaire, yet through value outcome statements in five areas: Sustainability, Value Delivery, Scaled Agile, Culture, and Technical Health.
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Agile Product Ownership in a Nutshell Dutch subtitles
 
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Not my own making. Just added Dutch subtitles. source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=502ILHjX9EE
Scrum Product Backlog Anti-Patterns (Hands-on Agile Webinar #3)
 
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NEWSLETTER — join 18,000 peers: https://age-of-product.com/subscribe/?ref=youtube There is no shortage of Scrum product backlog anti-patterns: From out-dated and oversized tickets to the part-time proxy product owner– answering to the product committee — and his or her repository of 623 ideas. Learn more about the numerous product backlog anti-patterns that can manifest themselves when you create value for your customers. Moreover, learn how to prevent them in the first place. HOST: Stefan Wolpers BLOG: https://age-of-product.com/webinar-product-backlog/
Views: 1169 Age of Product
Jeff Patton - 5 things you'll need to fix Agile product ownership
 
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Jeff Patton was our guest speaker at Open Charity. This event took place at Cancer Research UK in London on 8 February, 2018.
Views: 1104 Open Charity
Agile Clinic Live #3: Ας Μιλήσουμε για User Stories & Product Backlog
 
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- Πως φτιάχνεις ένα User Story, τι πρέπει να περιέχει - Πως αποφασίζεις αν ένα User Story πρέπει να μπει στο Product Backlog ή στο Sprint Backlog - Πως συντηρείς το Product Backlog - Πως ορίζεις την προτεραιοτητα ενός User Story - Εισαγωγή: 00:00:14 - Product Backlog: 00:02:26 - User Stories: 00:16:27 - Acceptance Criteria: 00:26:53 - Definition of Done: 00:35:56 ===================== Είστε ομάδα και χρειάζεστε βοήθεια πάνω σε Agile Methodologies, testing, React, Laravel, Symfony, Drupal; Επικοινωνήστε μαζί μας https://goo.gl/xxdvVz ===================== Live παρουσίαση. Ευχαριστούμε πολύ τη Human Factor για την παραχώρηση του χώρου και του απαραίτητου εξοπλισμού. GDC: greekdigitalcommunity.com Συμμετέχοντες, Rania Alexiou Tassos Koutlas (linkedin.com/in/koutlas) Konstantinos Mavraganis (www.linkedin.com/in/kmavraganis) Konstantinos Pavlou (linkedin.com/in/kpavlou) Thanos Nokas
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De Product Backlog |  Wat is Scrum? Aflevering 9 | Agile Scrum Group
 
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Aflevering 9: De Product Backlog Scrum is een manier om met een team projecten aan te pakken. In korte sprints van 1 tot 4 weken levert een Scrum team telkens een deelproduct of een verbetering op een bestaand product op. Scrum kent twee belangrijke lijsten: de Product Backlog en de Sprint Backlog. Deze aflevering gaat over de Product Backlog. Wil je alle afleveringen in je mailbox? Dat kan! Ga naar https://agilescrumgroup.nl/wat-is-scrum-animatieserie/
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Tomasz Wykowski - Three reasons, why your product development fails [Agile Prague]
 
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“Far, far away… Customer exactly knew what he needs… Team exactly knew how to build it… And nothing changed along the way.” Life would be so simple if that fairy tale was true. However, if you don’t live in the magic kingdom, then you struggle with problems of lack of communication, requirements change, dependencies, delays and politic. I can’t promise you a simple cure for all these problems. What I can do, is to show you the three main reasons behind them and what you can to address them. About Tomasz Wykowski “We learn thru all our life, therefore learning needs to be fun.” As an Agile Coach and Trainer, Tomasz supports individuals and organizations all over Europe and in Asia in their quest for Agility, better results and amazing workplace. He's the first Polish Certified Scrum Trainer and LeSS-Friendly Scrum Trainer. Tomasz holds Master Degree in Automatic and Robotic and has a broad experience in software from different perspectives, including development, quality assurance, project management and Agile coaching. In 2010 he started ProCognita, training and consulting company. His customers vary from small start-ups to large international corporations. Their businesses vary as well, spreading from financial services, through insurances, games to telecommunication. Tomasz loves to learn and share his knowledge. You can often meet him at Agile conferences and local meetups. Any free time he spends with his family, traveling and photographing.
A New 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: In one video, I give you everything you need to understand the basics of Agile and get started in the new Jira interface! I'll show you basic Jira planning and working with Scrum and Kanban. We also talk about story points and about some of the most common customizations. With these basics, you'll get Jira to match the way your team works, so you and your team can focus on building great products. SLIDES: The slides from this talk can be found here: https://www.slideshare.net/chuparkoff/a-new-introduction-to-jira-agile-product-management
Views: 51163 Dan Chuparkoff
"Minimum Viable Product" Lifecycle - Thales Group
 
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In the digital and industrial world, speed is the new currency. Imagine you could develop your ideas into viable products in just a couple of weeks. At Thales, we have implemented digital offers and ways of working that allow us to design innovative solutions as MVPs. Discover our process. Visit the Thales Digital Factory website https://www.thalesdigital.io/en
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Dual Track Agile with Pol Narbona, Product Owner at Typeform
 
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Vuelven los Product Management meetups y esta vez tenemos a Pol Narbona, Product Owner en Typeform, presentando su metodología de trabajo preferida: Dual Track Agile. Como Product Manager esta metodología le permite trabajar con dos roadmaps, de un lado viendo lo que necesitan desarrollar proximamente y de otro lado lo que se tiene que entregar. Así combina los dos modos de pensar de discovery e delivery y se asegura que lo que se pasa a delivery es realmente lo que sus usuarios valoran. Our Product Management meetups are back and this time we welcome Pol Narbona, Product Owner at Typeform, talking about his preferred work methodology: Dual Track Agile. As a Product Manager this methodology allows him to work with two roadmaps at the same time, on one hand having a clear view of what needs to be built next and on the other hand on what needs to be delivered. In this way he combines the two mindsets of discovery and delivery and makes sure that what gets to delivery is really what his users value the most.
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Il ruolo di Product Owner Agile in 15 minuti
 
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Versione in italiano del fantastico video "Agile Product Ownership in a Nutshell" di Henrik Kniberg, tradotto e doppiato da Laura Quattri Il video originale è disponibile qui: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=502ILHjX9EE
Views: 1288 Laura Quattri
Agile Centre - Certified Scrum Product Owner ® (CSPO)
 
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This two-day Certified Scrum Product Owner ® (CSPO) course is a highly interactive, in-depth course covering the values and principles of Agile and Scrum, a detailed look at the role of the Product Owner and a whole range of creative techniques for maximising the value of your product within the scrum framework. Upon completion of the course, participants are awarded the title Certified Scrum Product Owner ® (CSPO).
Views: 122 Agile Centre
Scrum Sprint Anti-Patterns (2) – The Interfering Product Owner (Hands-on Agile Webinar #7)
 
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NEWSLETTER — join more than 19,000 peers: https://age-of-product.com/subscribe/?ref=youtube WATCH ALL EPISODES: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BfUxdqW0GOs This Hands-on Agile mini-series addresses 12 familiar sprint anti-patterns: from gold-plating, delivery Y instead of X, to absenteeism, side-gigs, and organizing people instead of the flow of work. The second episode covers the interfering Product Owner: You can change the sprint backlog—if the development team agrees—as the sprint backlog is not static. However, the Product Owner cannot single-handedly change it, for example, increase its scope. (The sprint cancellation is the exception to this rule if you want to consider abandoning the current sprint as a change of its sprint backlog.) YOUR HOST: Stefan Wolpers NEWSLETTER — join more than 19,000 peers: https://age-of-product.com/subscribe/?ref=youtube BLOG: “Product Owner Anti-Patterns”: https://age-of-product.com/scrum-sprint-anti-patterns/ SLIDEDECK: https://www.slideshare.net/wolpers1/scrum-sprint-antipatterns-handson-agile-webinar-7
Views: 45 Age of Product
Scrum Product Owner Anti-Patterns (0) – Introduction (Hands-on Agile Webinar #6)
 
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NEWSLETTER — join 18,000 peers: https://age-of-product.com/subscribe/?ref=youtube If you are working as a product owner, there is — very likely — room for improvement. I curated the most common product owner anti-patterns to help you up your game. If you like to improve on those anti-patterns that you recognize why don’t you ask the scrum master and the team for support? The product owner anti-patterns list is a good starting point for a mutually beneficial retrospective. According to the Scrum Guide, the product owner is sole and accountable person optimizing the work of the engineers. In other words, the product owner has ideas or identifies ideas, or at least he or she curates suitable ideas from wherever and validates them whether those ideas are “product backlog worthy” or not. In my experience, this approach turns the product owner into the Achilles heel — or bottleneck by design — of the whole process. If you "remove" the PO as an independent and respected role, for example, by sticking with your organizations' stage-gate process, Scrum easily mutates into a Waterfall 2.0 process. This Hands-on Agile mini-series addresses 12 familiar product owner anti-patterns interfering with the concept of the Scrum product owner role. Learn how to improve your professional performance by avoiding the typical product owner mistakes: from oversized product backlogs and prioritization by proxy, to be absent during the sprint, and outing yourself as a loner during the sprint review. Hence — in my mental model of agile product development — the product owner covers by far the most extensive ground of all roles. HOST: Stefan Wolpers NEWSLETTER: Learn about new webinars in advance: https://age-of-product.com/subscribe/?ref=youtube BLOG: “Product Owner Anti-Patterns”: https://age-of-product.com/product-owner-anti-patterns/ SLIDEDECK: https://www.slideshare.net/wolpers1/handson-agile-webinar-6-product-owner-antipatterns
Views: 645 Age of Product
NASSCOM Product Connect  Agile Execution: Crafting User stories/backlogs
 
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INVEST in good user stories to create maximum value. Well defined and translated user stories enhance development productivity and provide focused product vision. User stories help to create a simplified description of the requirement. Time to market is a key success mantra for any product which is based on how well requirements are captured, prioritized and translated to user stories for developers to envision, plan and work for the common goal. How to write user stories, backlogs and prioritize them? Let’s learn together during this webinar session. About the Speaker : Nitin Arora is working as a product owner for cloud based solution in SAP. With 12+ years of experience in software industry and EMBA in Product leadership, I am passionate to build products which cover complete lifecycle starting from customer in-sighting, hypothesis and its validation, prototyping to implementation and final shipment to the customer.
What is the Agile Analysis Technique Minimal Viable Product or MVP?
 
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http://www.business-analysis-excellence.com - What is the Agile Analysis Technique Minimal Viable Product or MVP? Learn all about MVP as a business analysis technique is this short agile analysis course video.
Agile For All's Richard Lawrence is LIVE talking about Product Ownership
 
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Agile For All's Richard Lawrence is LIVE talking about Product Ownership. Download your copy of Richard's Product Backlog Makeover: http://agileforall.com/backlog-makeover/
Views: 55 Agile For All

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