In this video learn about agile planning and the agile product owners’ role in the process. Angela discusses planning based on increments of value and alignment to the product roadmap, product vision, and release plan. She also discusses the levels of planning and describes that types of plans at each level that are created.
- There is a myth that planning doesn't happen in Agile…and I can't stress enough that this is a complete myth.…Planning is critical to success.…But it does look different than Traditional Projects.…- [Narrator] In Agile, a product vision, road map,…release plan, and other planning tools are used…before a sprint even starts.…They're used as inputs to the product backlog…and continuously updated as the team works through sprints.…
Agile Planning is an ongoing piece of Agile Projects.…Agile Planning ensures that the back log…the team is working from contains…the right items to work on,…and in the most valuable order.…With Agile Planning, we're focused on ensuring…the team is building the right thing by defining…the pieces that are most important to the customer.…In Traditional Planning, many plans are based on…schedule, budget, and tasks.…In Agile, the product owner decides what the team builds…and the team together focuses on how it will get built.…
As you've already seen,…you'll need a product vision and roadmap to guide planning.…
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- The goals, background, and mindset of a product owner
- Product ownership as a team
- Understanding product requirements in Agile
- Defining a valuable product
- Analyzing a product roadmap
- Defining a backlog
- Creating an agile release plan
- Setting your expectations as an agile product owner