Tag archive for "large projects"

The Highlander Principle

If you grew up as a teenager in the 1980s like me, you are probably familiar with the quote “There can only be one” from the first Highlander movie. Interestingly, this statement is also true for product owners: There should only be one product owner per product. But don’t worry: You don’t have to become an immortal warrior to understand the Highlander principle. Reading this blog post will do the trick.

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Choosing the Right Agile Pilot Project

Fri 1st April 2011

“Which project is best suited to pilot Agile?” is a question I get regularly asked. This blog post discusses the following six criteria that help you select the right agile pilot project: small, important, independent, collocated, software only, and new product development.

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Scaling the Product Owner

Mon 25th January 2010

This post discusses scaling the product owner role and describes the chief product owner – the product owner in charge of a complex product developed by a large Scrum project.

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