Learn how to be a better product owner by maintaining relationships with all your stakeholders and meeting everyone's needs.
- The P.O. is the tight rope walker…between the business and the team.…Not only does the team rely on the P.O. to ensure…they're working on the right features,…but they P.O. ensures the team's needs are being met, too.…In very practical terms, that means the team's success…depends very heavily on the P.O.…It's hard to overstate this responsibility.…Think of the P.O. as chief navigator and negotiator.…The P.O. takes the team's input…and balances it with the stakeholder input.…
When we talk about the P.O. focusing on business needs…and user stories,…it's not quite as straightforward as it sounds.…Yes, the P.O. is meeting with individual stakeholders…quite frequently.…At least once per sprint,…just to make sure the stories are accurate…in describing the business needs.…They're also watching the daily testing…of the stories within the sprint…to add clarification as the stories are being developed.…This helps ensure that by the time the team…reaches the sprint review,…no one is surprised by what's accepted or rejected.…
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- Scrum master as team advocate
- The forming and storming stages of team development
- Taking a team from norming to performing
- Scrum master as team guardian