Roman Pichler is a leading 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 function. Roman is the author of Strategize and Agile Product Management with Scrum and he writes a popular blog for product professionals. To see how Roman can help you, please have a look at his training courses and onsite workshops, or contact him.
Roman’s product management courses help product managers and product owners acquire the knowledge they need to succeed in their job. Roman runs his classes as instructor-led workshops.
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Discover Roman’s popular blog on agile product management. Benefit from his advice on topics such as the product owner role, product vision and product strategy, product roadmaps, personas, product backlog, and user stories.
Five Tips for Introducing Product Management to Your Company
Product management plays a vital role in the digital age: it enables innovation and growth. It’s therefore not surprising that more and more companies establish product management groups—including retailers, publishers, and banks that traditionally don’t employ product managers. But successfully introducing product management is not easy: I have seen a number of businesses struggle with this challenge. This post provides five tips to help you succeed with introducing product management to your company.
10 Tips for Writing Good User Stories
User stories are probably the most popular agile technique to capture product functionality: Working with user stories is easy. But writing good stories can be hard. The following ten tips help you create good stories.
The Agile Product Owner Responsibilities
In theory, the product owner’s responsibilities are simple: The individual should “maximise the value of the product and the work of the development team”. But what does this mean in practice? In reality, the application of the product owner role varies greatly, as products and organisations differ. But my experience shows that there are two key factors that determine the duties of a product owner: the scope and the depth of ownership. This blog post discusses these two factors to help you apply the role successfully.