In this video tutorial, Angela shares the concept of a product ownership team, what it is, who is part of it, and when a product ownership team is needed. As an agile product owner, you may need the support of others to fulfill this critical and tough role. The product owner role can be more than a full time job, especially in large organizations with complex projects, integrations and decision making processes.
- One product owner often can't do it all.…It's a big job.…Perhaps as a product owner,…the project is just part of your job,…making it nearly impossible to fulfill the mission…and vision of a great product owner.…If you feel like this, no worries, you're not alone.…Even if you have 100% of your time dedicated to the project,…I'm sure you still have plenty to do,…and maybe even wish you had some help.…Let's talk about how some organizations are working…to adjust to this common challenge.…
Many organizations are looking at the concept…of a product ownership team.…A product ownership team owns the value of the solution…and facilitates decisions and priorities.…This can take many forms,…but the concept is that the product ownership function…is shared, since it is such a critical role…and many product owners are stretched too thin…to be effective.…The product ownership team focuses on what to build…and the delivery team focuses on building it.…
Both are still one agile team…and they all collaborate tightly.…With this concept, it's important that we recognize…
- Identify the goals of a product owner on an agile team.
- Explore the essentials of an agile roadmap.
- Examine the elements of an agile planning overview.
- Identify key agile product owner competencies.
- Recognize the fundamentals of the experimenting and prototyping phase of agile planning.
- Discover common myths of agile product ownership.