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Product Specification for Scrum teams

Product Owner is required to develop a release roadmap Contrary to popular belief Scrum does not mean seat-of-the-pants management with no advance planning. The Product Owner is required to develop a ...
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What workflow optimises the use of Lean Startup, particularly when managing Landing Pages?

This is an excellent question and a refreshing change form the typical project management fodder we get here. I am a former coach for Lean Startup Machine and a previous winner of Lean Startup London ...
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Product owner for SaaS app

Per the Scrum Guide Page 5: 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 ...
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Product Owner role in Scrum

The Product Owner is not a mandatory attendee at the Daily Scrum, which is only for the Development Team. If the Product Owner does turn up, they should not speak or take any active role in the ...
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User Stories breakdown for back-end team

The Product Owner doesn't need to care about Tasks. You should not be creating them. You should not be looking at them. You should not care about them. You create and prioritize the Stories. The ...
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Product owner for SaaS app

Agreed, you will certainly have multiple stakeholders from in and out of the organization, but only one Product Owner -- whose role calls for her to represent and prioritize based on these various ...
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I need practical tools or workshop tips to create product vision for an existing product

There are a lot of variables in your situation that I don't know the answer to and so I'll try to keep my suggestions as high-level as I can. Either way, please use them as only a starting point. 5 ...
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Should projects always be product-orientated from the start?

Short answer is no. In my own experience, this is the myth of requirements. I've never found a business or project team that can clearly articulate what they want at the beginning of a project. ...
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How to decide what is a problem and what not in Product Management?

In a globally competitive marketplace there is no place for complacency With technology providing a global reach from any corner of the globe, you don't know where your next competitor is going to ...
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Is there a difference between agile project and agile product evolution?

agile project: either the first iteration of a brand new solution leading to an MVP, or a timeboxed mission to achieve a specific scope/goal I am struggling to see why this is necessary and why the ...
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User Stories breakdown for back-end team

I am assuming you are using a Scrum process, but the core of the answer will not be significantly different for other agile processes. The core of your problem lies in that you try to coordinate the ...
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What is "Product" with regards to internal development and use

Definitions Matter: Project Management vs. Business Products It looks like some of your confusion stems from terminology. What you seem to be doing is developing a use case or business justification, ...
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What is "Product" with regards to internal development and use

It depends on the perspective. From the perspective of the law firm, the IT department provides a service to them that enables them to provide their product / service. However, from the perspective ...
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Key Results for usage of data in decision making

You're focusing on the process ("data-driven decision making") and not on what you actually want to accomplish (a better product). You should try it the other way around. Start by thinking about ...
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Product Breakdown Structure, deliverables for Software

Documents live and die by organization and relationship, so the hierarchical approach scales better. For example: Earlier this year we made the AWS SDK developer guides available as GitHub repos (all ...
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Product Owner role in Scrum

from the scrum guide scrum guide 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 ...
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