In this video tutorial, Angela shares how most agile product owners end up in this role. She will look at the various roles that product owners typically come from like business manager, business analyst, product manager, project management, product specialist/analyst and operations. She will also discuss how to be successful coming from each of these areas.
- You're not alone if you're wondering…about how the product owner role came to be.…After all, there is no major in college…titled product owner and it's rarely an entry-level job.…So what is a product owner's background?…Product owners come from a variety of places…in the organization and much depends on the type…of organization and what type of product is being built.…Let's look at what roles and backgrounds…many product owners come from.…
In these descriptions, you may see yourself or colleagues…and in turn, realize how each can successfully…contribute to product ownership goals of the team.…The first and most common is from business lines…or business units.…If the product being built is for internal users…of the organization, the product owner…may be a leader, process owner,…or analyst who can represent the users of the solution.…If the product is external or customer-facing,…the product owner may come from product management…or a part of the organization that represents…end users and their needs.…
Some organizations have product owners…
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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