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Die Produktwerker
Product Owner Communities etablieren

Die Produktwerker

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 35:02


Für Organisationen entsteht durch die agile Produktentwicklung eine besondere Herausforderung. Wissen muss innerhalb eines Teams aber auch darüber hinaus ausgetauscht und weitergegeben werden. Eine mittlerweile bewährte Möglichkeit des teamübergreifenden Austauschs bieten beispielsweise Communities of Practice. In diesen tauschen sich Menschen zu einem bestimmten Themengebiet aus und lernen voneinander. Dominique und Oliver sprechen daher in dieser Folge über Product Owner Communities, den Communities of Practice für Product Owner. In der Praxis begegnen uns Product Owner Communities in ganz unterschiedlicher Form. Von Buchclubs hin zu Lerngruppen und Orten für kollegiale Fallberatung besprechen die beiden verschiedene Erscheinungsformen der PO Communities, klären aber auch, wie man als EInzelkämper oder Einzelkämpferin von einer externen Community profitieren kann. Folgende Referenzen haben Oliver und Dominique in dieser Folge erwähnt: - Cultivating Communities of Practice von Wenger, McDermott und Snyder (https://www.amazon.de/Cultivating-Communities-Practice-Managing-Knowledge/dp/1578513308) - Der interne UX-Stammtisch - Entwicklung einer Community of Practice für UX-Professionals im Unternehmen (https://dl.gi.de/handle/20.500.12116/5472) - Agiles Produktmanagement mit Scrum - Roman Pichler (https://www.romanpichler.com/romans-books/agile-product-management-with-scrum/) Rund um die Vernetzung und die Weiterentwicklung von Product Ownern empfehlen wir euch noch folgende Folgen: - Als Product Owner erfolgreich zusammenarbeiten (https://produktwerker.de/als-product-owner-erfolgreich-zusammenarbeiten/) - Das Product Owner Team (/https://produktwerker.de/product-owner-team/) - Sei dein eigenes Produkt! – als PO seine Weiterentwicklung steuern (https://produktwerker.de/sei-dein-eigenes-produkt/) Welche Erfahrungen hast du beim Aufbau von Product Owner Communities gemacht? Was hat gut und was vielleicht auch gar nicht funktioniert? Wenn du Tipps, Tricks und Erfahrungen für uns alle hast, freuen wir uns über dein Feedback. Auch der Austausch hier ist eine Art der Community und des gemeinsamen Lernens. Daher freuen wir uns besodners über einen Kommentar hier oder auf unserer Produktwerker LinkedIn-Seite (https://www.linkedin.com/company/produktwerker). Folgt uns Produktwerker auf: - LinkedIn -> https://bit.ly/3gWanpT - Twitter -> https://bit.ly/3NitkPy - Youtube -> https://bit.ly/3DIIvhF - Infoletter (mit Terminen für unsere kostenfreien Events) -> https://bit.ly/3Why63K

Plaudertaschen - der Podcast über das Banking von morgen.
#88 - Plaudertaschen meets Sparkassen Innovation Hub [live] - Female Leadership als Best Practice

Plaudertaschen - der Podcast über das Banking von morgen.

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 20:52


#88 - Plaudertaschen meets Sparkassen Innovation Hub [live] - Female Leadership als Best PracticeIn der 15. Folge unseres gemeinsamen Podcasts mit dem Sparkassen Innovation Hub sind wir live auf der Symbioticon, dem Inspirationsfestival veranstaltet durch den Sparkassen Innovation Hub - und mit dabei haben wir die neue Doppelspitze des S-Hubs Anna Friesen und Milena Rottensteiner. Milena ist bereits das 5. mal zu Gast. Und dann haben wir Anna Friesen dabei, Anna ist seit dem 1.09. die zweite Doppelspitze neben Milena. Und Doppelspitze ist genau das richtige Stichwort, denn wir sprechen mit den beiden über Female Leadership und den Status quo, welche Chancen und Potenziale es gibt und ob der Begriff eigentlich der Richtige ist. Zum Abschluss gibts noch einen kurzen Blick auf die Highlights der Symbioticon. Fragen, Anregungen und Feedback sehr gerne an mail@plaudertaschen-podcast.de Viel Spaß beim hören! Euer Plaudertaschen-Team ------------------------- Über den Sparkassen Innovation Hub:Der Sparkassen Innovation Hub ist das Innovation Lab der Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe und damit der Think Tank, der sich mit Konsumenten, technischen Innovationen und digitalem Banking beschäftigt. Er ist Anfang 2017 als gemeinsame Initiative der Sparkassen, des DSGV, des DSV, der Finanz Informatik und der Star Finanz ins Leben gerufen worden. Der S-Hub ist ein Geschäftsbereich der Star Finanz, Deutschlands führendem Anbieter von Online- und Mobile-Banking-Lösungen. Aktuell arbeiten drei interdisziplinäre Teams in agilen Projektstrukturen zusammen. Dabei sind jeweils die folgenden Fachkompetenzen vertreten: Product Owner, Business Development, User Experience, Design sowie Frontend- und Backend-Entwickler. Insgesamt arbeiten aktuell 30 Mitarbeiter vor Ort in Hamburg. https://sparkassen-hub.com/ Folge direkt herunterladen

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast
How to win the trust of your team as a Product Owner | Elly Griffith-Ward

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 14:15


Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. The Great Product Owner: How to win the trust of your team as a Product Owner Great Product Owners think about the impact of their work on the team, not only the product. They plan the communication with the team and the stakeholders, and work with the Scrum Master to help facilitate workshops with the team and stakeholders. Over time, and thanks to their openness and honesty, great PO's win over the trust from the team. The Bad Product Owner: The project manager PO Sometimes Product Owners fall into the project management temptation of splitting the work for the team. And in the worst case, they split the work even before the team is involved, or even defined. This approach creates waste, and makes the PO a single point of failure for the team's success. Are you having trouble helping the team work well with their Product Owner? We've put together a course to help you work on the collaboration team-product owner. You can find it at bit.ly/coachyourpo. 18 modules, 8+ hours of modules with tools and techniques that you can use to help teams and PO's collaborate.   About Elly Griffith-Ward Elly is an Agile Coach at a major e-commerce company. Previously in user research (and a royal food historian). She aims to 1) improve the experience of work through reducing mental load, improving communication and forming strong teams 2) shift the focus from managing the worker to managing the work by focusing on flow and waste. You can link with Elly Griffith-Ward on LinkedIn and connect with Elly Griffith-Ward on Twitter. 

People First, Then Construction
How to build your team + Keep your team: Chip Aldridge Talroo-Talent Acquisition gurus

People First, Then Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 52:24


This is a powerful episode if you're curious on what takes to find the right people, keep the people you currently have or work for an organization that actually gives a damn about you.In this episode we unpack:Why it is so hard to hire (+ retain) right now in the construction industry.What organizations can do to attract more candidates.How the current market has shifted vs the "old" traditional construction ideologies.How much it really costs to hire in the construction industry + the cost of turnover.What we can learn by looking across other industries.How creating an experience + being transparent changes the game.We flip the script + challenge the status quo to look at the interview process differently to find the right people + keep who we have got.  Treat the process differently + the outcome will change. Chip Aldridge is the Product Owner at Austin-based Talroo, the award-winning job advertising platform that powers 2 billion job searches per month. Chip is a 10-year veteran in the talent acquisition technology industry. In that span, he has led multiple teams and departments including sales, operations, product and performance marketing for companies in the logistics/supply chain data and talent acquisition marketing space. A self-proclaimed data nerd, Chip has a proclivity for essential worker and supply chain employment economics. When he isn't working on new cutting-edge Talroo products or researching labor statistics data, he's probably wearing his soccer dad hat while watching his daughters play their favorite game. Connect with him on LinkedIn at  https://www.linkedin.com/in/chipaldridge Hire essential workers with Talroo: Keynote speaker, Consultant, Trainer + Performance Coach: www.jonathancinelli.comAuthor:  Kick Your Ego aside and Put People FirstEducation: ProjectBitesIG@jonathanacinelli

Scrum.org Community
Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer - Leadership, Scrum Mastery and More with Jay Rahman

Scrum.org Community

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 58:14 Transcription Available


In this episode of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer, PST Jay Rahman will be available answer your burning Scrum questions as well as topics related to leadership including:-Defining an Agile Leader-Scrum Master tips-Product Ownership-Retrospective tips-More!

Construction Genius
The Best Ways To Find And Recruit Labor Talent In A Tight Market With Chip Aldridge

Construction Genius

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 29:47


When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the construction industry was one of the many greatly affected industries in terms of the workforce. This conversation is not new from the great recession of 2008 when many employees left. How did most construction companies deal with this challenge? In today's episode, Chip Aldridge, Product Owner of Talroo, shares his insights on the best ways to find and recruit labor talent in a tight market. Chip also explains value proposition and how you can figure it out to help keep your best workers and compete with other companies' labor force. If you seek to improve your recruiting efforts, tune in to this episode to learn more!

SAFe Business Agility Podcast
Tactical Tuesday: Spend time with your Customers

SAFe Business Agility Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 2:25


If you're a PM or a PO, do you know how your customers are using your product? What do and don't they love about it? If you don't know, there's an easy way to find out. Learn more in today's episode.

Die Produktwerker
Eine Produktstrategie ohne Canvas erarbeiten

Die Produktwerker

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 36:30


Wir haben in diesem Podcast schon öfter über die Bedeutung der Produktstrategie für Product Owner und agile Produktmanager gesprochen. Will ich eine Produktstrategie entwickeln, dann greifen viele Product Owner auf die bekannten Templates und Cavases zurück. Tim Herbig, Product Coach und Author aus Erfurt, teilt im Gespräch mit Oliver seine Gedanken, wie das Erarbeiten der Produktstrategie auch ohne diese Tools gelingen kann. Die beiden starten die Diskussion mit einer Definition von Produktstrategie. Hier referenziert Tim auf das Buch von Roger Martin. Spannend ist die kritische Haltung von Tim, dass die komplette Strategie meist nicht in Workshops durch das Ausfüllen eines der gängigen Canvases entsteht. Für Bestandteile der Strategie, wie beispielsweise die Produktvision oder eine Wettbewerbsanalyse macht ein Workshopformat hingegen wieder viel Sinn. Tim erläutert darüber hinaus, wie ich OKRs und Produktstrategie sinnvoll miteinander verbinden kann. Seine These: Ohne eine nützliche Produktstrategie kann ich keine sinnvolle OKRs definieren. Abschließend reflektieren die beiden, wen ich an dem Strategie-Erstellungsprozess beteiligen und welche Bestandteile erarbeitet werde sollten, damit die Produktstrategie mich auch in meiner Arbeit unterstützt. Wie immer schließt die Folge mit konkreten Tipps und Tricks ab. Folgende Bücher und Blogbeiträge haben Tim und Oliver in dieser Folge erwähnt: - Newsletter von Tim -> https://herbig.co/newsletter/ - Roger Martin - Playing to Win -> https://www.amazon.de/Playing-Win-Strategy-Really-Works/dp/142218739X/ - Ravi Metha - Product Strategy Stack -> https://www.reforge.com/blog/the-product-strategy-stack - Tim Herbig - Product Strategy Ressources Hub https://herbig.co/product-strategy-hub/ Folgt uns Produktwerker auf: - LinkedIn -> https://bit.ly/3gWanpT - Twitter -> https://bit.ly/3NitkPy - Youtube -> https://bit.ly/3DIIvhF - Infoletter (mit Terminen für unsere kostenfreien Events) -> https://bit.ly/3Why63K

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast
Lost in the inbox, how Product Owners can lose sight of what matters for the product and the Scrum team! | Caterina Reinker

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 14:23


Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. The Great Product Owner: Thinking BIG, but executing the details together with the team A great Product Owner is able to change their perspective easily, they are able to talk about “the big vision”, as well as discuss some detailed questions that the team needs to answer when implementing the stories selected for a Sprint. This PO kept a “one pager” with a visual representation of the product roadmap, which helped create a language about the product that helped define direction, and collect feedback from the team, as well as stakeholders. The Bad Product Owner: Lost in the inbox, how PO's can lose sight of what matters for the product and the Scrum team! This PO saw themselves as the project manager. He delegated work to specific team me mbers, and saw his relationship with stakeholders as one of reporting only. This PO ended up acting like a (broken) telephone between stakeholders and the team. The PO was not able to focus on outcomes, instead focusing on detailed requests that arrived constantly by email and other means. Are you having trouble helping the team work well with their Product Owner? We've put together a course to help you work on the collaboration team-product owner. You can find it at bit.ly/coachyourpo. 18 modules, 8+ hours of modules with tools and techniques that you can use to help teams and PO's collaborate. About Caterina Reinker Caterina is a social anthropologist and passionate Scrum Master. She regards organizations like villages - or cities - with their own language, institutions, and explicit and many implicit rules. Caterina works and lives in Germany and helps groups of people, big and small, in their agile journey. You can link with Caterina Reinker on LinkedIn.

Le Sprinkler
Épisode 42 - PO à travers le corps humain avec Denis St-Michel

Le Sprinkler

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 29:20


Comprendre l'écosystème du Product Ownership à travers le corps humain - une analogie visuelle 0:00 - Introduction - Le corps humain 2:06 - la colonne 2:53 - le rein 3:39 - le cancer 5:01 - les poumons 6:21 - Les 5 sens 7:27 - 6e sens 8:40 - le cerveau 9:45 - le coeur 16:00 - Modèle Kano 18:35 - Modèle clickr 20:39 - PO Frankenstein 22:30 - Poursuivre l'analogie avec les autres membres de l'équipe Le rôle du Product Owner est plus vaste qu'on ne le croit. Je vous emmène dans un voyage du corps humain qui rendra clair, et d'une simplicité enfantine, tous les éléments qui forme la pratique du Product Ownership. Préparez-vous à un a-ha moment! À propos de Denis St-Michel Chef de pratique en Product Ownership et coach agile chez Valtech, je suis aussi le créateur du balado Agilibrium pour les agilistes qui souhaitent bonifier leurs pratiques. Je rends les équipes performantes et j'accrois la valeur des produits en créant une synergie basée sur quatre principes fondamentaux qui motivent ma façon de faire : la prise en charge collective des objectifs d'affaires, le développement de l'autonomie des équipiers, la mise en place de mécanismes d'amélioration continue et une gestion des ressources humaines centrée sur l'adhésion aux valeurs de l'organisation et sur le développement personnel. Après mes présentations "Boite à outils pour nouveaux chefs de produit" et "La vulnérabilité, une clé pour l'agilité" présenté à Agile Tour Québec en 2018 et 2019, je vous propose cette année une manière innovatrice de voir l'écosystème du métier de Product Owner. ------------------------------------------------------ Comme coachs agiles, nous sommes entourés de talents incroyables sur l'agilité et il est grand temps qu'on se dote d'un podcast et partager avec vous cette mine d'or de connaissances. Bonne écoute!

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast
The technical debt trap, when a Scrum team can no longer talk about value for the customer! | Caterina Reinker

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 11:56


Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. Caterina was working with a team who was really burdened by technical debt. The team talked about technical debt all the time. However, when the Product Owner started to be part of the conversation, the team realized that many of the things they worried about were not really that relevant for the customer. In this episode, we explore how some teams focus on certain aspects so much (like technical debt), that they end up forgetting other, eventually more important, aspects of their work. Featured Book for the Week: User Story Mapping: Discover the Whole Story, Build the Right Product by Jeff Patton In this episode, we explore the book User Story Mapping by Jeff Patton, who has been a guest on the podcast. Caterina shares the key lessons from the book, and describes how she uses this book almost every day because of the powerful, yet simple methods that it shares. In this segment, we also talk about Distinction by Pierre Bourdieu, a book that helped Caterina understand the importance and impact of people's backgrounds can have on how they relate to each other and communicate. How can Angela (the Agile Coach) quickly build healthy relationships with the teams she's supposed to help? What were the steps she followed to help the Breeze App team fight off the competition? Find out how Angela helped Naomi and the team go from “behind” to being ahead of Intuition Bank, by focusing on the people! Download the first 4 chapters of the BOOK for FREE while it is in Beta!   About Caterina Reinker Caterina is a social anthropologist and passionate Scrum Master. She regards organizations like villages - or cities - with their own language, institutions, and explicit and many implicit rules. Caterina works and lives in Germany and helps groups of people, big and small, in their agile journey. You can link with Caterina Reinker on LinkedIn.

Die Produktwerker
Wer nimmt User Stories ab?

Die Produktwerker

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 36:04


In Trainings, Workshops und Coachings bekommen wir immer wieder Fragen zur Abnahme von User Stories gestellt. Grund genug, zu diesem Thema mal eine Episode aufzunehmen. Dominique und Tim nähern sich dem Thema über die Frage, was denn überhaupt eine Abnahme ist und wo sie sonst stattfindet. Schnell wird klar, dass es sich dabei um Vertragssituationen handelt. Hierbei nimmt der Auftraggeber die Leistung des Auftragnehmer ab. Das Allein zeigt schon, dass die Frage im agilen Kontext eines Scrum Teams vielleicht falsch gestellt ist. Es besteht kein Vertragsverhältnis zwischen Product Owner und Developern, daher ist im engeren Sinne auch nichts abzunehmen. User Stories und andere Product Backlog Elemente enthalten dagegen sogenannte Akzeptanzkriterien, die wir auch in einer anderen Folge schon mal ausführlich betrachtet haben. Es geht also eher um die Frage, wann eine erstellte Lösung im Hinblick auf das zu lösende Problem als akzeptabel gelten kann. Die beiden diskutieren also, wie man die Akzeptanz einer User Story organisieren kann und welche Rolle dabei die Definition of Done spielt. Dabei geht es natürlich auch um die Frage, wann hierfür der beste Zeitpunkt innerhalb des Sprints ist. Und was passiert, wenn eine User Story nicht "abnahmefähig" ist? Wie üblich gibt es gegen Ende der Folge noch besondere Tipps, wie man mit der Frage zur Abnahme von User Stories umgehen kann. Die folgenden anderen Episoden unseres Podcasts passen zu diesem Thema: - Akzeptanzkriterien richtig einsetzen - Arten von Product-Backlog-Einträgen: Was gibt's neben User Stories noch? - Die Definition of Done aus Sicht von Product Ownern Habt ihr die Diskussionen auch, von wem und wann die User Stories abgenommen werden sollen? Wie regelt ihr das? Wenn du Tipps für uns alle hast, würden wir uns über deinen Input freuen? Wir sind wirklich sehr neugierig zu erfahren, welches Vorgehen in deinem Kontext erfolgreich ist. Und wir freuen uns, wenn du deine eigenen Erkenntnisse mit uns in einem Kommentar des Blog-Artikels teilst oder auf unserer Produktwerker LinkedIn-Seite. Folgt uns Produktwerker auf: - LinkedIn -> https://bit.ly/3gWanpT - Twitter -> https://bit.ly/3NitkPy - Youtube -> https://bit.ly/3DIIvhF - Infoletter (mit Terminen für unsere kostenfreien Events) -> https://bit.ly/3Why63K

MáximaCast
#133 - Logística para a demanda de fim de ano

MáximaCast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 62:17


O setor logístico é um dos que mais precisam de atenção com a demanda de final de ano.

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast
The Great Scrum Master: Learning how to step back and still help the Scrum team succeed | Matthias Kostwein

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 15:41


Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. Matthias shares with us his perspective on what are great, and not-so-great Scrum Masters. His Product Owner perspective helps us understand our work as Scrum Masters from a totally different point of view. The Great Scrum Master: Learning how to step back and still help the Scrum team succeed Matthias describes a great Scrum Master as someone that is able to help the team grow, and own their work even when the Scrum Master is not there. We hear about a Scrum Master that was able to reduce their engagement with a team down to 20% of his time, but still help the team succeed. In this segment, Matthias also shares with all the Product Owners out there, what they can expect (and not) from Scrum Masters they work with.  The Bad Scrum Master: When the SM protects the Scrum team far too much! We know that a Scrum Master must be able to protect their teams. However, that can be too much sometimes. In this segment, we hear about a Scrum Master that was so successful at protecting the team, that they separated the team from the client to the point where collaboration with the client was no longer possible. Especially in consulting/third party software development, the role of the Scrum Master is critical when it comes to building a productive relationship with the client organization. Are you having trouble helping the team work well with their Product Owner? We've put together a course to help you work on the collaboration team-product owner. You can find it at bit.ly/coachyourpo. 18 modules, 8+ hours of modules with tools and techniques that you can use to help teams and PO's collaborate. About Matthias Kostwein Matthias is a Project Manager, turned Programmer, turned PO, turned Client Service Director with a varied background in different industries from Mechanical Engineering to IT Agencies. Throughout all of his journey, Agile has been part of his work life, even before he knew what Scrum was. You can link with Matthias Kostwein on LinkedIn. 

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast
Success as a Scrum Product Owner, explained with a simple video | Matthias Kostwein

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 12:13


Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. In this episode, we share two retrospective formats. The one that Matthias likes to use as the Product Owner, is the Client - Team retrospective, where the goal is to engage with the client and try and build a better relationship between Client and Team.  Because Matthias is a Product Owner, we dive into his definition of a successful Product Onwer. He shares the importance of understanding the responsibilities that the Product Owner has, as well as the PO's role in helping people achieve something great, instead of telling them what to do. In this segment, we also talk about the importance of setting great Sprint Goals, and Matthias shares with us a video that helps explain the importance of knowing how to communicate requirements as a Product Owner.  Featured Retrospective Format for the Week: The Meme Agile Retrospective, a fun and engaging format Matthias prefers to focus on the core aspect of the Retrospective practice, helping the team stay constructive and productive. He likes to change formats regularly, and recommends the “meme retrospective” as a fun and active retrospective format that invites the team members to actively contribute to the retrospective.  Do you wish you had decades of experience? Learn from the Best Scrum Masters In The World, Today! The Tips from the Trenches - Scrum Master edition audiobook includes hours of audio interviews with SM's that have decades of experience: from Mike Cohn to Linda Rising, Christopher Avery, and many more. Super-experienced Scrum Masters share their hard-earned lessons with you. Learn those today, make your teams awesome!   About Matthias Kostwein Matthias is a Project Manager, turned Programmer, turned PO, turned Client Service Director with a varied background in different industries from Mechanical Engineering to IT Agencies. Throughout all of his journey, Agile has been part of his work life, even before he knew what Scrum was. You can link with Matthias Kostwein on LinkedIn. 

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast
Helping a client organization change, the Product Owner as the ultimate Agile change agent | Matthias Kostwein

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 10:12


Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. This team had had a Product Owner from the client organization. However, that PO was no longer available, and Matthias joined the team as their new Product Owner. The team was overworked, and the client had many expectations which were causing further pressure on the team. Matthias, joining as the new PO, needed to help the team and the client align better their processes and even help change some processes in the client organization. As the Product Owner, however, he was in a tough spot. He needed to help the team define their work, but also help the client organization change. Listen in to learn how Matthias was able to take on the role of a change agent, even as the Product Owner for the team.    About Matthias Kostwein Matthias is a Project Manager, turned Programmer, turned PO, turned Client Service Director with a varied background in different industries from Mechanical Engineering to IT Agencies. Throughout all of his journey, Agile has been part of his work life, even before he knew what Scrum was. You can link with Matthias Kostwein on LinkedIn. 

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast
How a Product Owner can help the Scrum team negotiate better with the client | Matthias Kostwein

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 14:20


Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. Matthias shares the story of a team that was in trouble with their estimations. Matthias had just joined this team, and noticed that the team was not able to communicate the uncertainty of their estimates. On top of that, this team was working with a very demanding customer, who had pushed the team to “minimize” their estimates! As a Product Owner, Matthias had to help the team get back their confidence, and build trust between team and customer. Listen in to learn how Matthias (as a Product Owner) helped this team work better with this challenging client. Featured Book of the Week: Lean from the Trenches (Managing Large-Scale Projects with Kanban) by Kniberg Matthias recommends Lean from the Trenches (Managing Large-Scale Projects with Kanban) by Kniberg, and Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time by Sutherland. However, as he puts it, he's learned the most about the Product Owner role from interacting with his peers, and trying to foster a more collaborative environment. He describes empathy as an essential skill for Product Owners.  How can Angela (the Agile Coach) quickly build healthy relationships with the teams she's supposed to help? What were the steps she followed to help the Breeze App team fight off the competition? Find out how Angela helped Naomi and the team go from “behind” to being ahead of Intuition Bank, by focusing on the people! Download the first 4 chapters of the BOOK for FREE while it is in Beta!   About Matthias Kostwein Matthias is a Project Manager, turned Programmer, turned PO, turned Client Service Director with a varied background in different industries from Mechanical Engineering to IT Agencies. Throughout all of his journey, Agile has been part of his work life, even before he knew what Scrum was. You can link with Matthias Kostwein on LinkedIn. 

Die Produktwerker
Von der Produktstrategie zum Product Backlog

Die Produktwerker

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 34:44


In dieser Folge unterhält sich Dominique mit Roman Pichler über das Thema Produktstrategie. Roman hat gerade erst eine neue Auflage seines Buchs Strategize veröffentlicht und die beiden nehmen dies zum Anlass, um über dieses wichtige Thema zu sprechen. Roman sieht dabei die Produktstrategie als einen Plan bzw. den Weg wie man eine Produktvision erreichen möchte. Die beiden sprechen auch über die Probleme beim Entwickeln von Strategien. Oft beobachtet Roman beispielsweise, dass in einer Organisation gar nicht richtig klar ist, was das Produkt ist. Daneben sieht er auch eine fehlende Bevollmächtigung der Produktmanager bzw. Scrum Product Ownern. Aus der Produktstrategie werden dann Teilziele abgeleitet und eine zielorientierte Roadmap entwickelt. Mit Hilfe der zielorientierten Roadmap können Entwicklungsteams angeleitet und Stakeholder miteinander abgestimmt werden. Von Feature Roadmaps rät Roman dabei aber explizit ab, da es ihm weniger um die Auslieferung von Features geht, sondern mehr um das Erreichen von Zielen. Ein besondere Idee hat Roman noch für die Überführung der Strategie ins Product Backlog. Das aktuelle Product Goal wird als alleiniges Kriterium für die Elemente im Product Backlog genommen und nur Elemente, die auf dieses Ziel einzahlen sollten im Backlog aufgenommen werden. Damit wird das Product Backlog recht schlank aber sehr auf das Produktziel fokussiert. Roman war bereit einmal bei uns zu Gast und hat darüber gesprochen, welche Herausforderungen und Praktiken bestehen, um als Product Owner zu führen (https://produktwerker.de/how-to-lead-in-product-management/). Wenn euch das Thema Produktstrategie interessiert, empfehlen wir euch noch folgende Folgen: - The Product Field (https://produktwerker.de/product-field/) - Eine Produktstrategie entwickeln (https://produktwerker.de/produktstrategie-entwickeln/) - Wardley Mapping - Produktstrategie ist wie Schach (https://produktwerker.de/wardley-mapping/)

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast
Solving conflicts as a Scrum Product Owner, what great PO's do! | Matthias Kostwein

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 12:54


Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. Matthias joined, as a Product Owner, a project that was in trouble. A former Product Owner had quit, the team was having trouble predicting what they could deliver. On top of that, the Scrum Master and the Tech Lead did not see eye-to-eye. In this messy situation, Matthias had to help out the team and the Scrum Master recover! Luckly, Matthias had enough experience as a Scrum Master to help mediate the conflict! Listen in to learn how Product Owners can be critical partners to the Scrum Master when things aren't working well!    About Matthias Kostwein Matthias is a Project Manager, turned Programmer, turned PO, turned Client Service Director with a varied background in different industries from Mechanical Engineering to IT Agencies. Throughout all of his journey, Agile has been part of his work life, even before he knew what Scrum was. You can link with Matthias Kostwein on LinkedIn. 

Software Process and Measurement Cast
SPaMCAST 729 - Product Owners, Not The More The Merrier, Syncing Agile and Waterfall Requirements, Essays and Conversations

Software Process and Measurement Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 22:14


This week we go back to basics and answer a listener's question (name and a bit of the context changed to protect the involved parties). In the essay this week we discuss why it is a rotten idea to have a functional product owner and a technical product owner. When it comes to product owners the old adage, “the more the merrier," does not hold. Also, we have an installment of Tony Timbol's “To Tell A Story” column. In this installment, Tony discusses how to synchronize team-level agile with a waterfall requirements process. This is one of those scenarios that when you run into it you will need to find a way to deal with it until more of the organization embraces agile.    Re-read Saturday News This week we re-read Chapter 2 of Extraordinarily Badass Agile Coaching: The Journey from Beginner to Mastery and Beyond (Amazon Associate Link). Chapter 2, The Mindset of the Badass Agile Coach, focuses on the most important part of a coach's arsenal of superpowers: their mindset.  This Week: Week 3: The Mindset of the Badass Agile Coach - http://bit.ly/3Eu0qJu  Previous Weeks: Week 1: Logistics and Forewords - https://bit.ly/3zoAYlx  Week 2: Introduction to Badassery in Agile Coaching  - https://bit.ly/3hcEPMs  A quick advertisement: Controlling work entry requires preparation and knowledge, building to establishing a path to control work entry (magic wands are normally not available), which is why Jeremy Willets and I have developed a work entry workshop. Interested? Please email us at tcagley@tomcagley.com or willetsjm@gmail.com Next SPaMCAST  The SPaMCAST 730 features our interview with Ramzi Marjaba. Ramzi and I discussed the role of a sales engineer and why this is a forgotten job path for people with deep technical acumen. 

DataTalks.Club
Product Owners in Data Science - Anna Hannemann

DataTalks.Club

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 54:02


We talked about: About Anna and METRO Anna's background The importance of a technical background for data product owners What are product owners? Product owners vs product managers Anna's work on recommender systems at METRO Expanding the data team Types of algorithms used for recommender systems What kind of knowledge and skills data product owners need to have Problems and ideas should come from the business How Anna handles all her responsibilities The process for starting work on new domains Product portfolio management ProductTank and Anna's role in it Anna's resource recommendations Links: Data Science for Business Book: https://www.amazon.de/-/en/Foster-Provost/dp/1449361323/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=data+science+for+business&qid=1666404807&qu=eyJxc2MiOiIxLjg3IiwicXNhIjoiMS41MiIsInFzcCI6IjEuNDYifQ%3D%3D&sr=8-1 Article on Data Science Products: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/way-create-data-science-products-lessons-learnt-anna-hannemann-phd/ ML Zoomcamp: https://github.com/alexeygrigorev/mlbookcamp-code/tree/master/course-zoomcamp Join DataTalks.Club: https://datatalks.club/slack.html Our events: https://datatalks.club/events.html

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast
Empathy as a key skill for Scrum Product Owners | Ali Asl

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 12:05


Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. The Great Product Owner: Empathy as a key skill for Scrum PO's Great Product Owners have empathy for the customer, the organization and the team. As Ali describes it: it's key to be human! Even if knowledge of the product and the business is very important, knowledge can be acquired, but the skill of empathy is not easy to acquire.  The Bad Product Owner: Cheap and inexperienced, a combination that destroys value for the customer and the company This company that Ali worked at used to hire graduates as Product Owners. Inevitably, with their lower salaries came a whole host of other problems. The PO's would not have experience on the product, or the process of developing products and would focus on the wrong things. In this segment, we also discuss how to help Product Owners focus on value and impact. Are you having trouble helping the team work well with their Product Owner? We've put together a course to help you work on the collaboration team-product owner. You can find it at bit.ly/coachyourpo. 18 modules, 8+ hours of modules with tools and techniques that you can use to help teams and PO's collaborate. About Ali Asl Ali is an experienced and accomplished Independent Agile Coach, Trainer and Scrum Master focused on supporting organizations and teams in the application of Agile values and principles to deliver quality and value. You can link with Ali Asl on LinkedIn.

Planet Product Owner
Helping the overwhelmed Product Owner part 2

Planet Product Owner

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 40:51


This is part two of what we started in the last episode to help the overwhelmed agile or scrum product owner. This episode is beneficial for scrum masters, product owners, and scrum team. There is also quite a bit of insight for agile transformation leaders and upper management as well. Let's talk about the scrum guide, what we are accountable for, what we're responsible for and of course, we learn more about the art of all of these things as we continue our journey. This episode contains lots of tactical things that you as a product owner and as a scrum master can do to ensure we are meeting the goal of becoming more effective in our day to day journeys together. The podcast is still free so any help you want to provide via Venmo is always welcome of course! All your friends are doing it so you should join in on the fun. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/planetproductowner/message

Breaking Changes
Bridging Business and IT in the Heavily Regulated Energy Industry, Robert Flowers, Senior Product Owner & Enterprise API Oversight at Duke Energy

Breaking Changes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 42:10


In this Breaking Changes, Postman Chief Evangelist Kin Lane welcomes Robert Flowers, Senior Product Owner & Enterprise API Oversight at Duke Energy to talk about being a bridge between business and IT, and the importance of data as well as feedback loops when it comes to delivering internal and partner API services in a heavily regulated industry like the energy sector.

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast
How to recover a Scrum team after a “hero” leaves the team | Ali Asl

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 13:56


Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. In this company, there was one developer who was considered the “hero” by everyone. Junior developers felt intimidated, and the management further promoted the view that this person was a “hero”. Even the Product Owner no longer acted as the Product Owner. Ali noticed that the team was deferring too much to the “hero”, who had become arrogant in their ways of communicating. Ali had to help move the “hero” to another team, and started a process of rebuilding the team again. Listen in to learn what you can do, to help recover a team after an “hero” anti-pattern. Featured Book of the Week: The Four Agreements, by Ruiz In The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom by Don Miguel Ruiz, Ali found a book that helped him shape his way of thinking and acting as a Scrum Master. Even if this is not an Agile book, it shares important lessons for personal growth. How can Angela (the Agile Coach) quickly build healthy relationships with the teams she's supposed to help? What were the steps she followed to help the Breeze App team fight off the competition? Find out how Angela helped Naomi and the team go from “behind” to being ahead of Intuition Bank, by focusing on the people! Download the first 4 chapters of the BOOK for FREE while it is in Beta! About Ali Asl Ali is an experienced and accomplished Independent Agile Coach, Trainer and Scrum Master focused on supporting organizations and teams in the application of Agile values and principles to deliver quality and value. You can link with Ali Asl on LinkedIn.

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast
Learning to set boundaries, a must-have skill for Scrum Masters and Agile teams | Ali Asl

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 14:16


Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. This team was stuck in a pattern where they used over-time and holidays to work on releasing their software. Ali was puzzled as to how to help the team. Over time he learned what was needed to help that team establish healthy boundaries to the demands their manager and Product Owner wanted to put on them!    About Ali Asl Ali is an experienced and accomplished Independent Agile Coach, Trainer and Scrum Master focused on supporting organizations and teams in the application of Agile values and principles to deliver quality and value. You can link with Ali Asl on LinkedIn.

Plaudertaschen - der Podcast über das Banking von morgen.
#84 - Plaudertaschen meets Sparkassen Innovation Hub - Symbioticon22 : Die #EndlessEndavour nach Zukunft

Plaudertaschen - der Podcast über das Banking von morgen.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 24:14


#84 - Plaudertaschen meets Sparkassen Innovation Hub - Symbioticon22 : Die #EndlessEndavour nach ZukunftIn der 14. Folge unseres gemeinsamen Podcasts mit dem Sparkassen Innovation Hub blicken wir auf die anstehenden Symbioticon. Kurze Erklärung: Die Symbioticon ist seit 2017 der Hackathon der Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe. In diesem Jahr weiterentwickelt zum Inspirationsfestival – mit umfangreichem Eventprogramm aus Speaker:innen und Panels, Masterclasses sowie einem neuen Format für alle Hacker:innen: dem Ideathon. Worum es genau geht, warum das Motto "Endless Endeavour" ist und wann man auch uns vor Ort sehen und hören kann, darüber sprechen wir mit unseren Gästen JP Tonygah und Fynn Schulze aus dem Sparkassen Innovation Hub, die beiden sind maßgeblich an der Organisation der Symbioticon beteiligt. Über den Code Plaudertaschen22 bekommt Ihr 50% Rabatt für die Symbioticon. Sichert Euch schnell die letzten Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.de/e/symbioticon-22-tickets-410308653227 Fragen, Anregungen und Feedback sehr gerne an mail@plaudertaschen-podcast.de Viel Spaß beim hören! Euer Plaudertaschen-Team ------------------------- Über die Symbioticon:Die Symbioticon ist seit 2017 der Hackathon der Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe. In diesem Jahr weiterentwickelt zum Inspirationsfestival – mit umfangreichem Eventprogramm aus Speaker:innen und Panels, Masterclasses sowie einem neuen Format für alle Hacker:innen: dem Ideathon. Über den Sparkassen Innovation Hub:Der Sparkassen Innovation Hub ist das Innovation Lab der Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe und damit der Think Tank, der sich mit Konsumenten, technischen Innovationen und digitalem Banking beschäftigt. Er ist Anfang 2017 als gemeinsame Initiative der Sparkassen, des DSGV, des DSV, der Finanz Informatik und der Star Finanz ins Leben gerufen worden. Der S-Hub ist ein Geschäftsbereich der Star Finanz, Deutschlands führendem Anbieter von Online- und Mobile-Banking-Lösungen. Aktuell arbeiten drei interdisziplinäre Teams in agilen Projektstrukturen zusammen. Dabei sind jeweils die folgenden Fachkompetenzen vertreten: Product Owner, Business Development, User Experience, Design sowie Frontend- und Backend-Entwickler. Insgesamt arbeiten aktuell 30 Mitarbeiter vor Ort in Hamburg. https://sparkassen-hub.com/ Folge direkt herunterladen

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast
The Product Owner that thought they “owned” the team, and what to do about its | Bert Heymans

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 15:52


Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. The Great Product Owner: Collaborating with the Scrum Master to help the teams succeed. This PO was able to defend the team in front of others, and also helped the team clarify their questions so that they didn't have any doubts about their performance. He helped the team with reports and red-tape related tasks and focused on enabling the team to deliver. Finally, great PO's know how to collaborate with the Scrum Master to help the team succeed.  The Bad Product Owner: The PO that thought they “owned” the team When Product Owners think they “own the team”, they might change the team's priorities according to their own personal preferences. When this happens, they might start changing priorities every sprint, micro-manage the team and even bring conflict to the team. In this section, we also talk about a PO that insisted that the team release on a Friday (a well-known anti-pattern). In this segment, we discuss how Scrum Masters can avoid these anti-patterns by deliberately building a great rapport with the PO.  Are you having trouble helping the team work well with their Product Owner? We've put together a course to help you work on the collaboration team-product owner. You can find it at bit.ly/coachyourpo. 18 modules, 8+ hours of modules with tools and techniques that you can use to help teams and PO's collaborate. About Bert Heymans Bert is a long time Lean Management aficionado and project management tool specialist, along the way he fell in love with business analysis and teaching business analysis techniques. In 2016 he founded Lean Coffee Ghent and has been at it since. You can link with Bert Heymans on LinkedIn and connect with Bert Heymans on Twitter.   

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast
Does Technical Background affect the Scrum Product Owner performance? Yes and no… Here are two examples | Allison Zimmerman

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 14:53 Very Popular


Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. The Great Product Owner: Coaching a PO into a great PO! It is possible to help Product Owners improve their game, and as Scrum Masters, we should be ready to coach those PO's that want to get better. In this segment, we share the story of a PO that was able to recover from some key anti-patterns and become a great PO! The Bad Product Owner: Does Technical Background affect the PO performance? Yes and no… Here are two examples In this segment, we talk about two different types of Product Owners. One had a strong technical background, and the other one didn't. We discuss how these different types of background can negatively impact the performance of the PO. We also discuss the role of the Scrum Master in fostering and maintaining a good communication practice between PO and team! Are you having trouble helping the team work well with their Product Owner? We've put together a course to help you work on the collaboration team-product owner. You can find it at bit.ly/coachyourpo. 18 modules, 8+ hours of modules with tools and techniques that you can use to help teams and PO's collaborate. About Allison Zimmerman Allison believes that all people have the power to succeed when they work together. As a teacher-turned-scrum master, she has spent the last five years helping enterprise teams build on their strengths to deliver customer value. She also serves as a Scrum Master Community of Practice leader, supporting growth and development of scrum masters across many teams. You can link with Allison Zimmerman on LinkedIn. 

Scrum.org Community
German edition - Ask a PST - Product Owner Focus

Scrum.org Community

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 60:18


Mit PSTs Simon Flossmann and Martina LuenzmannScrum gibt es seit mehr als 25 Jahren. Es ist ein einfaches Rahmenwerk, um für komplexe Probleme erfolgreich Lösungen zu gestalten, die dabei Wert generieren sowohl für den Kunden als auch für den Produzenten. Obwohl es leicht und einfach zu verstehen ist, kann es schwierig sein, Wertschöpfung effektiv zu gestalten und zu maximieren.Die Verwendung von Scrum stellt selbst erfahrene Product Owner:innen oder Produkt Manager:innen häufig vor Fragen wie zum Beispiel:- Wie erweitere ich mein Mandat als Product Owner:in auch in einem traditionell geprägten Unternehmen?- Wie lässt sich die Kommunikation mit Stakeholder:innen und Entwickler:innen noch produktiver gestalten?- Wie optimiere ich die Gestaltung meiner Product Owner Verantwortung in einem skalierten Umfeld, d.h. wenn ich mit vielen Teams an dem Produkt arbeite?- Wie kann ich in einem Umfeld mit kontroversen Kundenrückmeldungen Entscheidungen effektiver treffen?-Wie kann ich Kund:innen und Nutzer:innen noch besser verstehen, um die Wertschöpfung für das Produkt zu maximieren?- Wie vereinfache und beschleunige ich die Entdeckung neuer Innovationen, die signifikant den Wert des Produkts für Kund:innen und Nutz:innen erhöhen?In dieser Folge von Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer beantworten Professional Scrum Trainer Martina Luenzmann und Simon Flossmann in einer Live-Sitzung deine dringendsten Fragen, wie Product Owner:innen noch erfolgreicher werden können.

The Daily Standup
What Happens to the Development Manager In Agile? - STABLE Update

The Daily Standup

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 4:00


Agile teams are self-organized, which means they operate with the absence of central authority. Dev Managers often ask, "So what's my role?" If your Development Manager is not the Product Owner, or the Scrum Master, or a contributing pig or chicken, they are left asking the obvious question, "What do I do?" The legacy answer was to "stay out of the teams way!" Agile enthusiasts agree this is the standard answer for a team governing itself. However clever, this answer left the industry with a puzzle. Now, finallly, the puzzle is solved. The Stable Framework™, an out-of-the-box quality framework that can be dropped into Agile, provides the answer. As the Master Chief, the Development Manager assumes their rightful place as the quality champion. They are responsible for seeing to it that requirement reviews, architecture reviews, code reviews, estimation procedures, and all necessary testing gets completed using the best structural safeguards known to the team.

The Daily Standup
ScrumMaster Interview Questions

The Daily Standup

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 8:59


7 great ScrumMaster Interview questions: Question 1: How would you organize the Sprint Planning? Question 2: What factors should a Scrum Team consider at the Sprint Planning to determine a feasible Sprint Goal? Question 3: Is it acceptable for the Product Owner to introduce a business objective for the upcoming Sprint that resembles a list of random work items? Question 4: Is it okay to use a ‘Definition of Ready?' Question 5: Is it a helpful idea for the Developers to plan all work for the whole length of the Sprint during Sprint Planning? Question 6: Your organization highly values when deliveries match forecasts. Is that something worrisome? Question 7: Should a Scrum Master worry about the utilization rate of the Developers?

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast
The career oriented Scrum Product Owner, an Agile anti-pattern | Shahin Sheidaei

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 15:57 Very Popular


Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. The Great Product Owner: The great Facilitator This Product Owner had come from a Marketing Background, and had no experience with Scrum or as a PO. However, the PO was great at facilitation, and listening to the team and stakeholders. People felt heard, and understood by the PO, who was open minded! The Bad Product Owner: The career-oriented PO This Product Owner had come from a business background, and was focused on getting a promotion “out of the PO role”. The PO was using Scrumn as a means to further their own career, and that left the Scrum Master and team bitter about the way in which they were treated! Are you having trouble helping the team work well with their Product Owner? We've put together a course to help you work on the collaboration team-product owner. You can find it at bit.ly/coachyourpo. 18 modules, 8+ hours of modules with tools and techniques that you can use to help teams and PO's collaborate.   About Shahin Sheidaei Shahin Sheidaei is an Agile, Lean and Success Coach,International Speaker, Transformation Expert, and Entrepreneur.   Shahin is a passionate organizational designer focusing on organizational performance, and is also founder and principal coach at Elevate Change Inc. You can link with Shahin Sheidaei on LinkedIn and connect with Shahin Sheidaei on Twitter. 

The Daily Standup
Should a product owner write the product backlog? - Mike Cohn

The Daily Standup

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 5:35


A product owner is generally either the visionary behind a product or a representative of the users and customers. This means the product owner is perfectly positioned to write the product backlog. I don't, however, think a product backlog should be written entirely by the product owner. Others such as team members, users, stakeholders, customers, and so on should be encouraged to contribute their ideas to the product backlog. The good ideas they contribute will be prioritized highly by the product owner and be developed. No matter how talented the product owner, it is unreasonable to expect them to think of everything. Developers, users, and others will bring different perspectives that will lead them to think of backlog items beyond what the product owner would have identified. I think a study cited by Chip and Dan Heath in their book Switch helps illustrate this. In the study, people associated with a university were asked to brainstorm all the ideas they could for solving the university's chronic parking problem. Researchers eliminated “wacky or impractical options.” (For example, I would have suggested hiring aliens to use their UFOs to move cars to off-campus parking locations.) On average, each study participant identified only 30% of the full set of ideas that were generated. In other words, no one person can be expected to come up with more than about a third of the possible options. Product owners can probably do better than 30%. They are, after all, usually the experts on their product. But I think this study supports having anyone willing contribute to the product backlog. That can be as simple as a stakeholder emailing an idea to the product owner. Or it can happen more formally in a story-writing workshop in which stakeholders, users, team members, and the product owner collaborate to generate product backlog items. In general, the more people who are thinking about a product the better—but the product owner should definitely write some of the product backlog items

DESIGN SYSTEM - Le Podcast
#46 Félix Lepoutre - Lydia - Challenger les banques traditionnelles

DESIGN SYSTEM - Le Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 132:23


Félix est VP Design chez Lydia. Après son bac, Félix rejoint l'école de design Nantes Atlantique. Il a l'intention d'y devenir designer industriel. Mais durant sa première année, il découvre le design numérique et son potentiel : itérer rapidement et facilement. Il décide de se spécialiser dans cette branche. Durant ses études, il fait plusieurs stages. Un premier stage à New-York, il travaille sur l'ergonomie et l'UX de certains sites vitrines tout en apprenant l'anglais. Après 6 mois, il change d'entreprise et découvre un nouveau terrain de jeu : le mobile. Il a l'opportunité de créer une application iOS de zéro. En même temps, l'App Store et les apps explosent : Félix se spécialise dans le mobile. Malheureusement, l'entreprise n'aura pas le succès escompté et ferme au bout de 6 mois. Félix rejoint alors Lydia. Il commence son aventure dans l'entreprise en tant que Junior Designer. Il y est énormément challengé sur la création de l'application, mais également sur les éléments marketing. On aborde l'ensemble des sujets sur lesquels il a travaillé à cette époque : paiements entre amis, paiements professionnels ou encore cagnotte. Félix nous parle de l'évolution de l'application pour atteindre le succès : une application claire et simple d'utilisation, basée sur l'effet de réseau. Après 2 ans, Félix laisse de côté le Brand Design pour se concentrer uniquement sur le produit. Il devient Lead Product Designer et recrute un Visual Designer. Le champ des fonctionnalités sur lesquelles il travaille s'étend largement. Lydia commence à changer de visage : challenger la banque traditionnelle. Félix revient sur la manière dont il travaillait à l'époque. Il nous explique comment une fonctionnalité était réfléchie, mise en place, testée et améliorée. Il aborde aussi les impacts produit et design suite au changement de paradigme de l'entreprise et la façon de l'aborder par l'équipe. On discute également de l'importance des retours utilisateurs, de la façon de les traiter et d'en prendre compte pour améliorer le produit. En 4 ans, l'application Lydia a été refondue 2 fois. La première fois, Lydia veut remplacer les apps bancaires : on peut retrouver l'ensemble de ses comptes bancaires et gérer l'ensemble de ses virements depuis Lydia. La deuxième, il s'agit de mettre en avant l'ensemble des fonctionnalités de l'application. Tout refaire n'est pas anodin. Félix explique ce qu'il fait pour s'assurer que tout fonctionnera correctement : test utilisateur, recherche et tracking en continu. Il revient aussi sur la réaction des utilisateurs et de ses collègues, ainsi que de la pertinence de refaire l'application d'un point de vue business. Ensuite, Félix change de poste : il devient Product Owner. Il a la volonté de découvrir autre chose, de travailler différemment. Un an après, il passe Head of Design et constitue une équipe, qui comprend aujourd'hui 8 personnes. L'occasion de discuter de ce que Félix recherche chez un designer et comment il mène des entretiens de recrutement. On aborde également l'organisation et des rituels mis en place pour apporter de la cohésion dans son équipe. Aussi, parle-t-on de la mise en place du Design System et des Design Principles de Lydia. Et enfin, on aborde la relation entre l'équipe Product Design et l'équipe Marketing. Pour conclure, on parle du nouveau rôle de Félix : VP Design. Les ressources de l'épisodes Lydia Interacful Material Design Components Les autres épisodes de Design Journeys  #6 Jeremy Barre, Head of Design @ Getaround #28 Tiphaine Chouillet, Fondatrice @ La Racine #33 Clément Faydi, Principal Product Designer @ Behance #40 Jordan , Fondateur @ The Design Crew #43 Julien Pelletier, Co-fondateur @ The Design Crew  Pour contacter Félix LinkedIn Twitter Pour soutenir le podcast, n'hésite pas à mettre ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ sur Apple Podcast ou Spotify pour aider les autres designers à découvrir le podcast 

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast
Engineering products for growth, a critical Scrum Product Owner skill | Mickey Alon

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 37:11 Very Popular


Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes.   About Mickey Alon Mickey Alon is the founder and CTO of Gainsight PX, the Product Experience Platform. He is a serial entrepreneur focused on designing, building and launching innovative products that help drive business outcomes. Mickey co-authored Mastering Product-Led Growth - a book on building product-led growth strategy. He's held several executive positions at other companies, including being the CEO and co-Founder at Insightera. You can link with Mickey Alon on LinkedIn. 

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast
The many anti-patterns that emerge when the Scrum Product Owner does not understand their role | Nousheen Manzoor

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 15:17


Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. The Great Product Owner: The balance of skills that enables delivery of customer value! A great Product Owner finds a balance between helping, and attending to the customer needs, and what the team needs to succeed. Great Product Owners also build relationships with the team and their stakeholders. Even if a great PO might not be technical, they are able to create a common language with the team, so that both can inform each other and come to decisions that help the team succeed in the ultimate goal of delivering customer value!  The Bad Product Owner: The many anti-patterns that emerge when the PO does not understand their role In this segment, we discuss several Product Owner anti-patterns. We start with the problem that many people in the role don't have a deep enough understanding of the role, and it's expectations, even if they are quite clearly defined in the Scrum Guide. From that lack of understanding many patterns can emerge, from not being able to contain/manage the scope to lack of understanding that the PO is there to help the team succeed, and not to be a “demanding tyrant customer” to the team! Listen in to learn about some of the critical anti-patterns that emerge when people don't understand the PO role sufficiently well.  In this segment, we refer to the Coach Your PO e-course, which outlines some of the aspects to cover with PO's and how to do it.  Are you having trouble helping the team work well with their Product Owner? We've put together a course to help you work on the collaboration team-product owner. You can find it at bit.ly/coachyourpo. 18 modules, 8+ hours of modules with tools and techniques that you can use to help teams and PO's collaborate. About Nousheen Manzoor Nousheen believes that the future of leadership is kindness and empathy, and the same goes for any role which involves individuals and teams, like the Scrum Master role! You can link with Nousheen Manzoor on LinkedIn.

5 Minutes Podcast com Ricardo Vargas
O Futuro do Gerenciamento de Projetos Usando DAO (Organização Autônoma Descentralizada)

5 Minutes Podcast com Ricardo Vargas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 5:48


No podcast desta semana, Ricardo fala sobre DAO (abreviação de Decentralized Autonomous Organization ou Organização Autônoma Descentralizada). As plataformas DAO funcionam como uma cooperativa na web, onde todas as decisões são discutidas por todos os integrantes, isto é, a tomada de decisão é coletiva. Ricardo comenta que com o DAO, possivelmente não precisaremos de um Gerente de Projeto, Scrum Master ou Product Owner para supervisionar nossos projetos. Tudo correria bem graças às decisões tomadas pelo grupo que trabalha no projeto como um todo, como um Project Board. Da mesma forma, os governos poderiam funcionar usando o DAO sem a necessidade de um congresso, presidente ou mesmo um espaço físico. Todas as informações sobre as tomadas de decisões de um determinado assunto, estão publicamente disponíveis através do Blockchain. Embora o DAO nos ajude a tomar decisões com mais rapidez e eficiência, ele não pode substituir a supervisão humana de fatores como motivação dos funcionários, níveis de estresse e dinâmica da equipe. Escute o #5minpodcast para entender melhor.

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast
The Product Owner that skipped the Sprint Reviews, and what that caused for the Scrum team | Ruta Hardikar

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 15:09 Very Popular


Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. The Great Product Owner: The Customer advocate Product Owner This Product Owner was very close to the customer, and listened to their needs as well as the struggles they had with the product. Through their work, the PO tried to focus on adding to the backlog stories that would help the customer directly, and would often act as the customer when talking to the team. They were able to focus on prioritization, and prioritized the work for the team. The PO was also able to create clear priorities and have conversations with the team about the 3 V's: Vision, Value, and Validation.  The Bad Product Owner: The Product Owner that skipped the Sprint Reviews, and what that caused for the Scrum team The processes we have in place influence the choices, and the focus of the Product Owners. In this segment, we talk about a team and their Product Owner that did not host a Sprint Review. Instead, the PO would focus on reviews with individuals, separate discussion with single stakeholders. However, that meant that other stakeholders would not know what the team had worked on during the Sprint. Furthermore, the team was not involved, and did not have the chance to show, and be proud of what they had accomplished during the Sprint. This was an anti-pattern that Ruta tried to overcome. Listen in to learn how Ruta tackled this anti-pattern. Are you having trouble helping the team work well with their Product Owner? We've put together a course to help you work on the collaboration team-product owner. You can find it at bit.ly/coachyourpo. 18 modules, 8+ hours of modules with tools and techniques that you can use to help teams and PO's collaborate.

Agile for Humans with Ryan Ripley
YDS: Should the Product Owner Own the Budget in Scrum?

Agile for Humans with Ryan Ripley

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 4:16


Should the Product Owner Own the Budget in Scrum? Let's explore the options this situation presents. This and more are discussed in today's episode of Your Daily Scrum with Todd Miller and Ryan Ripley. ⏩ Check out the Full Scrum Framework course with added bonus materials, guides, murals, resources, and LIVE INTERACTION with Ryan, Todd, and Daria: https://community.agileforhumans.com/share/z2K_YMahKAiXn9T9?utm_source=manual

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast
Learning to take into account people's personalities when implementing Scrum in an Agile team | Ruta Hardikar

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 15:40 Very Popular


Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. Ruta started working with a new team that had recently adopted Agile. Many of the practices and processes were new to the team, but also to Ruta as the Scrum Master. As Ruta started to push for some changes, she noticed that the Product Owner and Business Analyst on the team wanted to control the Sprint Reviews very carefully, including who was invited to see the team's deliverables. When Ruta started to ask about why they wanted to control the Sprint Reviews so carefully, she discovered something that helped her understand the why, but also the need to consider people's personalities when implementing Scrum. In this episode, we refer to the book The Obstacle Is the Way: The Timeless Art of Turning Trials into Triumph by Ryan Holiday.

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast
Blaming the Scrum team, and other Product Owner anti-patterns | Pedro Silva

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 13:55


This Product Owner was very open to taking into account the needs and requests by the team, and spent time with the team, trying to understand those. The PO felt ownership over the outcome the team was able to deliver, and tried to help the team achieve what was needed. This was a PO that felt, and made the team feel they were part of the team!  The Bad Product Owner: Blaming the team, and other anti-patterns This Product Owner was very distant from the team, and did not see themselves as part of the development process. It was a case of the PO missing the “owner” in the role name. Although they shared what needed to be done, they did not spend time with the team working through the requirements. Then, in the Sprint reviews, he would throw the team under the bus, and criticise them openly. This was just one of the many anti-patterns, listen in to learn about the other major anti-patterns this PO displayed.  Are you having trouble helping the team work well with their Product Owner? We've put together a course to help you work on the collaboration team-product owner. You can find it at bit.ly/coachyourpo. 18 modules, 8+ hours of modules with tools and techniques that you can use to help teams and PO's collaborate. About Pedro Silva Pedro considers himself a Scrum Master supporting software development teams while keeping his focus on their growth towards the efficient delivery of value, while having a blast. You can link with Pedro Silva on LinkedIn.

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast
Two Scrum Product Owner anti-patterns to look out for! | Shaun Bradshaw

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 16:41 Very Popular


Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. The Great Product Owner: Enthusiastic Product Owners, and how they behave when working with Scrum teams Great Product Owners are enthusiastic about what they do, they have a clear Vision, but are able to stay curious and listen to the team, stakeholders, and customers. In this segment, we look at some of the behaviors that Product Owners like this have when interacting with the team and the Scrum master. The Bad Product Owner: Two Anti-Patterns to look out for! In this segment, we explore two Product Owner anti-patterns that illustrate how the PO role is not only critical, but can be actively destructive for a Scrum team. The first story features a Product Owner that preferred to focus on the hardware side of the product, and through their command-and-control personality tried to bully the Scrum Master into submission!  The second story is about the Product Owner that was absent, a very frequent anti-pattern for the PO role.  In this segment, we refer to our Coach Your Product Owner e-course, which helps you tackle some of these anti-patterns proactively in your role as a Scrum Master! Are you having trouble helping the team work well with their Product Owner? We've put together a course to help you work on the collaboration team-product owner. You can find it at bit.ly/coachyourpo. 18 modules, 8+ hours of modules with tools and techniques that you can use to help teams and PO's collaborate. About Shaun Bradshaw Shaun is a founder and principal of Zenergy Technologies, a modern software delivery solutions firm that specializes in Agile, DevOps, Quality, and Automation. Shaun's background in QA, testing, and metrics has played an important role in his work as an Agile consultant since he joined the community in 2008. You can link with Shaun Bradshaw on LinkedIn and connect with Shaun Bradshaw on Twitter. You can also follow Shaun Bradshaw's blog at the Zenergy Technologies site.

Agile Coaches' Corner
Continuous Learning: Professional Scrum Facilitation Skills Training with Patricia Kong

Agile Coaches' Corner

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 32:48


This week, Dan Neumann is joined by Patricia Kong in today's episode. Patricia is the Product Owner, Enterprise Agility, and Learning Enablement for Scrum.Org.   In this episode, Dan and Patricia are exploring a new training class Scrum is offering called Professional Scrum Facilitation Skills Training which is directed not just to Scrum Masters but for all levels including all leaders and Team members too.   Key Takeaways What is Learning Enablement? It is the place to improve your profile and skills by learning from the experiences of the individuals who are actually doing the work. Learning enablement is directed at people who are really looking to develop people and Teams, specifically improving some of their own skills so they can help others. What is the Professional Scrum Facilitation Skills Training about? Professional Scrum Facilitation Skills is an interactive course designed to help Scrum practitioners develop a facilitator's mindset and proficiency in facilitation skills, and learn when and how to select effective techniques for various circumstances. This class takes all real-life scenarios to help Scrum Masters facilitate the solutions that Teams need to get to agreements. This course includes the five principles for facilitation. The target of this course is for individuals on a Scrum Team but it could be great also for people in management roles. The training takes one day (equivalent to 8 hours) which includes some in-person and some virtual experiences. The matter of meetings... Most leaders think their meetings are great (when they are not). The purpose of the meeting needs to be clear, and the meeting should be avoided if the content could be in an email or a video. Facilitation skills are useful when nobody is providing feedback or they don't even show up to the meeting. Conflict isn't bad! If you are in a creative space, there will be conflict, since different members will come up with different ideas.   Mentioned in this Episode: Scrum.Org Professional Scrum Facilitation Skills™   Want to Learn More or Get in Touch? Visit the website and catch up with all the episodes on AgileThought.com! Email your thoughts or suggestions to Podcast@AgileThought.com or Tweet @AgileThought using #AgileThoughtPodcast!

The Agile Coach Podcast
Episode 66 - CATCH ANTI-PATTERNS EARLY: Identify Product Owner Anti-Patterns and Avoid Them Completely With Pabitra Khanal

The Agile Coach Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 24:00


In this episode of The Agile Coach, Pabitra talks about identifying the anti-patterns for the different roles in a scrum team. She dives deep into the usual anti-patterns observed for anyone in a product owner role so you can identify these and get rid of them as early as you can. Tune in to find out the common signs of these anti-patterns and the most effective solutions you can apply. AGILE HIGHLIGHTSThe primary roles of a product ownerCommon anti-patterns for the product owner roleHaving multiple decision-makers for one productNot knowing when and how to step away from your roleProduct backlogs not being readyThe better practices for a product owner AGILE MOMENTSPabitra - When product owners step into the role of a scrum master:“If they take the role too seriously and don't necessarily understand that a scrum master is not necessarily a project manager or manager for the developers, this can backfire and they mind end up being more controlling and interfering more than helping the team.”Pabitra - A solution for backlogs not being ready:“As a product owner, you always want to be thinking ahead. If the development team is working on starting user stories for whatever time box your company may have, you want to be thinking about the next sprint or iteration.” Get to know Pabitra and what she's up to:About PabitraConnect with Vivek and find out more about what he's up to:About VivekAbout The Agile CoachAgile Coach WebsiteIf you enjoy The Agile Coach and are interested in learning more, you can check us out at the link below:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-agile-coach-llc

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast
The technique that quickly moves a Scrum team from mini-waterfall, to true Scrum | Shaun Bradshaw

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 11:59 Very Popular


Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. Shaun was working with a team that was consistently failing to meet their Sprint commitments. At first glance, the team was doing everything right, the Product Owner was present and supportive. After a few failed attempts, Shaun decided to “visualize” how the team worked, by asking them to plan out a Sprint on the board. Through this technique, Shaun finally realized that the team was working as if they used Waterfall, even if they were just planning the Sprint. That insight changed the team, and changed Shaun's approach to coaching that team! Listen in to learn how!  Featured Book of the Week: Predictably irrational by Dan Ariely In Predictably irrational by Dan Ariely, Shaun found an explanation for some of the confusing observations he had made as a Scrum Master. It helped him understand that, even if some behaviors appear irrational, they can be predictable once we have the right models in mind. How can Angela (the Agile Coach) quickly build healthy relationships with the teams she's supposed to help? What were the steps she followed to help the Breeze App team fight off the competition? Find out how Angela helped Naomi and the team go from “behind” to being ahead of Intuition Bank, by focusing on the people! Download the first 4 chapters of the BOOK for FREE while it is in Beta!   About Shaun Bradshaw Shaun is a founder and principal of Zenergy Technologies, a modern software delivery solutions firm that specializes in Agile, DevOps, Quality, and Automation. Shaun's background in QA, testing, and metrics has played an important role in his work as an Agile consultant since he joined the community in 2008. You can link with Shaun Bradshaw on LinkedIn and connect with Shaun Bradshaw on Twitter. You can also follow Shaun Bradshaw's blog at the Zenergy Technologies site.

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast
The many demands on the Scrum Product Owner role | Robbie Ross

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 18:31 Very Popular


Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. The Great Product Owner: Curiosity, dedication and Vision, critical skills for great Scrum PO's Great Product Owners play a pivotal role in the success of Scrum teams, they define the Vision, and work to anticipate end user needs. But to achieve that, they - as Robbie puts it - “do all kinds of small things along the way”. In this episode, we discuss how this PO was able to put into practice some specific techniques that helped them define what needed to be done, while keeping a great relationship with the stakeholders, and keeping the trust by the team.  The Bad Product Owner: The many demands on the Scrum Product Owner role The Product Owner is a very demanding role, Robbie describes how this aspect is often misunderstood by people in the role. The demands of the PO role go far beyond the context of the product itself, and include many demands on the human relations and collaboration skills for the Product Owner.  Are you having trouble helping the team work well with their Product Owner? We've put together a course to help you work on the collaboration team-product owner. You can find it at bit.ly/coachyourpo. 18 modules, 8+ hours of modules with tools and techniques that you can use to help teams and PO's collaborate.   About Robbie Ross Robbie is an Agile Practice Manager at Jumar Technology with a passion for working with and empowering teams to foster an Agile environment at scale. He's also a Certified Scrum Master, Kanban practitioner and Agile community member helping teams release their genuine potential to deliver value. Quite a career shift since completing a Sports Science degree at University. You can link with Robbie Ross on LinkedIn and connect with Robbie Ross on Twitter. 

The Daily Standup
Issue Driven Design... Anyone See The Problem?

The Daily Standup

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 5:26


Issue Driven Design... Anyone See The Problem? LOL.. I do hope so! Yet many organizations still dwell on issues and problems and expect new work to just fall into place. Here is a short list of challenges we see as a result of having an issue driven mindset: Harder to follow Scrum — When Product and Sprint Goals are an afterthought, following the Scrum Guide feels artificial and forced. When teams feel forced to define a Sprint Goal, or a PO feels pressed to define Product Goals, the door is open to casting further doubt about the process. Harder to keep the eye on the ball — deriving meaning from issues can make Product Owners and teams lose sight of their ultimate purpose. A Backlog dominated by user requests & feature ideas is short-term-minded and can distract you from pursuing your long-term vision, or may even repress the need to define a vision. Who needs a vision when the Backlog is full of planned features for years to come? Harder for teams to achieve a high degree of collaboration — a collection of loosely related issues is not conducive to collaboration. Encourages a feature-factory mindset— when productivity is measured by how many issues are done you can create an illusion of progress while the vision remains as distant as ever. Instead of “how many issues did we finish” and “how many features did we add”, ask “how many goals were achieved?”, and “are we getting visibly closer to the vision?” Harder to collaborate with stakeholders — A Backlog full of short-term concerns leads to low-level discussion and understanding of the Product. Reviews feel ineffectual & less impactful as the Backlog doesn't reflect the right level of concern and doesn't offer meaningful choices. A review shouldn't ask “what's the next user request to implement?”, but rather “what's the next goal to focus on?”.

Outcomes Rocket
This Week on the Outcomes Rocket Network / September 5th - 9th 2022

Outcomes Rocket

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 6:32


This episode is brought to you by Provider Solutions and Development, the leaders in physician and APC recruitment that deliver top-tier candidates for the right roles. Visit info.PSDconnect.org/outcomesrocket to start the conversation today, and get tailored support, dedicated recruitment, and efforts that lead to provider retention and longevity. Welcome to the weekly summary of what happened this week in the Outcomes Rocket Network! We got incredible episodes, and here's what we got: For Marketing Mondays, Andreea Borcea, talked with Thomas Johnson, an executive wellness coach, CEO, and founder of GetUpNGetFit Wellness & Fitness Coaching Concierge, and host of the How May I Serve You Podcast. Tune in to that episode here. The SONSIEL Podcast, welcomed Danika Meyer, nursing professional and Product Owner at Cook Children's Health Care System, and Joshua Littlejohn, Product Manager of Nurse Experience at IntelyCare. Listen here. On the Future of Global Informatics, host TJ Southern interviews the director of the Center of Innovations in Care Delivery at Mass General Hospital and SONSIEL's podcast host Hiyam Nadel. Listen here. LabOps Leadership Podcast, hosted by Samantha Black, invites Karen Correa, Vice President and Head of Global Clinical Operations at Takeda. Tune in here. On our main channel, the Outcomes Rocket Podcast, Saul had Mariya Filipova, CIO of CareQuest Innovation Partners. Listen here! Tune in every week to discover something new about this industry! See you next week! Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast
Setting Scrum teams free! A Product Owner superpower | Ricardo Ribeiro

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 14:11


Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. The Great Product Owner: Setting Scrum teams free! A Product Owner superpower Great Product Owners are able to focus the team on concrete goals that the team feels committed to achieve. They are available to the team when necessary, and through the use of clear goals gives the team the decision power on how to achieve the goals! The Bad Product Owner: Helping PO's stop dictating the “how” to their Scrum teams When Product Owners want to dictate how developers work, it can lead to conflict, and lack of motivation from the part of the team! But how to detect the more subtle ways in which PO's try to dictate to developers the “how”? In this episode, we talk about several different aspects of this PO anti-pattern, and then discuss how Scrum Masters can evaluate how they can help the Product Owners.   [IMAGE HERE] Are you having trouble helping the team work well with their Product Owner? We've put together a course to help you work on the collaboration team-product owner. You can find it at bit.ly/coachyourpo. 18 modules, 8+ hours of modules with tools and techniques that you can use to help teams and PO's collaborate.   About Ricardo Ribeiro Ricardo is a Scrum Master (PSM) and certified Professional Scrum Product Owner™ (PSPO) with over 10 years of experience leading high-performing teams and delivering complex Transformational Programmes within the Banking, IT, Computer Hardware and Oil & Gas companies. You can link with Ricardo Ribeiro on LinkedIn.