Learn how to link your product vision to the strategy that will make it real by holding a roadmapping session.
- Once the product vision is established…it's time to figure out how the product…will be delivered.…When looking at a vision, it can be overwhelming…to imagine all that work, and how to get it done.…Instead of looking at the whole thing…all at once, in Scrum, we use specific tools…to start breaking the work down…into manageable sizes.…One key tool is the roadmap.…Your PO will need to schedule a product roadmapping session.…For this meeting, you'll need the product owner,…Scrum masters, and all the team members.…
It's ideal if you can also include subject matter experts…and key stakeholders.…These folks will help ensure you're not missing…any critical elements.…Finally, you can include your executive sponsor…so they understand all the perspectives invested…in the project.…I generally plan at least four hours for this meeting.…It could go a full day depending on how many people…are being included and how big the project is.…I recommend planning for longer than you think you'll need.…
It's much easier to release people early…
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- Adding finesse to your scrum
- The product owner and scrum master roles
- The relationship between the product owner and scrum master
- Product owner as business representative
- Product owner as a team's business guide
- 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