In this video, discover the definition for user roles and the three Cs.
- The product owner is the team's North Star. … They're the light that represents the customer value. … They may know a little bit … about what it takes to deliver the project, … but they won't create the kind … of detailed technical specifications … you need for a traditional project. … Instead, the product owner … will always speak the customer's language. … The customer's language is much different … from what you'd see in a traditional project. … It focuses on the user's experience, … and not what goes into creating that experience. … The product owner will prioritize the work … based on their view of the product. … They don't view it as a technical achievement, … the product owner will view it … as a means to an end. … The easiest way for a product owner to do this … is to create user roles. … A user role is not a person. … Instead, think of it as a bundle of user experiences. … For a website, there could be many user roles. … There could be a user role called visitor. … This is someone who lands on the site …
- Explain how a sprint differs from a traditional project.
- Name three user roles.
- Define the acronym INVEST and explain its purpose.
- List three main sections of a project charter.
- Identify the benefits of planning poker.
- Recall the challenges associated with the sprint backlog.