Tag archive for "scaling"

Size Matters: Big vs. Small Product Owner

Product owners come in different shapes and sizes. That’s only natural: The application of the role varies depending on the product and the company. Being a product owner of a brand-new product in a startup differs from looking after a mature offering in a large enterprise. But there are two common types: big and small product owners. Which one are you? And is your product ownership level right?

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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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