The sprint review meeting is maybe the most important Scrum event for product people—it helps you collect feedback and make the right product decisions thereby increasing the chances of creating a successful product. But I find that product owners are not always clear on who should attend the meeting, how it should be run, and how to collect the relevant feedback. This article answers these questions and shares my tips for getting the most out of the sprint review.
The minimum viable product (MVP) and the minimal marketable product (MMP) are two powerful concepts: The MVP helps you test your ideas. The MMP enables you to launch your product faster. This post discusses both concepts together with their relationship.
Leverage the power of customer feedback, and use your product backlog as a learning tool. Discover the right product features and take advantage of emerging requirements by integrating customer a feedback into the backlog early and frequently.
The blog posts explains how to setting up a Scrum team as an incubator in an established enterprise helps create a new product, and to pilot an agile way of working.
This blog posts explores four useful factors to prioritise the product backlog: value; risk and uncertainty; releasability; and dependencies.
We all want to create great products–products that customers love and that meet or exceed our financial goals. But the odds of failure are high: an estimated 25% to 45% of new products fail. This post discusses three practices that I have found helpful to create successful products with Scrum: shared product vision, a focused product, and early and frequent customer feedback.