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What does product success mean? In this energizing Hands-on Agile Meetup, David Pereira talked about the challenges of being a product manager and how to move from managing the Product Backlog to driving value.
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Webcast
In this Scrum Pulse webcast, Alex Ballarin, a Professional Scrum Trainer (PST) from Scrum.org, demonstrates how the combined use of Scrum and Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) can significantly amplify their respective benefits.
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In this article, PST Alex Ballarin explains how discovering and validating product features saves a lot of time and money invested in developing unnecessary features. He also recommends concrete actions to integrate product discovery and validation into Scrum.
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En este artículo, el PST Alex Ballarin explica como el descubrimiento y la validación de las funcionalidades del producto ahorra mucho tiempo y dinero invertido en el desarrollo de funcionalidades innecesarias. También recomienda acciones concretas para integrar el descubrimiento y la validación de ...
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Agile frameworks are used in complex environments where requirements and technology are ever-changing. It seems pretty unrealistic to think that we could envision all of the customer’s requirements upfront. And yet, that’s what many of those using a Waterfall approach to value delivery are trying to...
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El Product Owner actua desde diferentes perspectivas para gestionar el producto de forma efectiva. En esta entrega discutimos algunos aspectos a considerar para involucrarse en esas perspectivas.
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In questo articolo, Fabio Panzavolta elabora il concetto degli obiettivi in Scrum, Product e Sprint Goal in particolare, quanto questi siano elementi chiave per massimizzare il valore rilasciato agli utenti del prodotto e un modello da poter scaricare ed utilizzare al lavoro per cominciare a creare ...
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Incorporating the Product Vision into Scrum events is not just about keeping the product vision alive in everyone’s minds; it’s about creating a shared language and understanding that propels your team forward. Learn how this useful tool could be used across Scrum events.
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Magdalena Firlit explores the key differences between outputs and outcomes, highlighting why focusing on outcomes is crucial. Additionally, she illustrates these concepts with practical examples to help you apply this understanding effectively in...
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Martin Hinshelwood emphasizes that to sell Scrum effectively, focus on delivering valuable outcomes rather than selling the framework itself. (4:15 minutes)
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Webcast
In this Scrum Pulse, Professional Scrum Trainer Samuel Adesoga explores how to embrace empiricism in Portfolio Management.
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Blog Post
Having a Product Roadmap for a single product seems to be a standard in Product Management. This visual aid helps with a general product overview without unnecessary details. It drives conversations with stakeholders while creating transparency and shared understanding.
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Podcast
In this special episode of the Scrum.org Community podcast Leslie Morse guest hosts and interviews Professional Scrum Trainer Johannes Geske about his work with Sto, a building materials company. He shares Sto's success story and covers how they worked with the Plug & Play Scrum Team from Amazing Ou...
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The Product Owner is accountable for the Product Goal, collaborating with the team and stakeholders to ensure the goal aligns with the product's vision and strategic business objectives.
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Module
A Scrum Team can use a product roadmap to communicate, discuss and also improve the plan for working toward their product vision. To use it effectively, the Scrum Team uses the roadmap to convey how the team intends to pursue their longer term goals.
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This piece includes common mistakes and pitfalls for Scrum Teams to watch for when using a product roadmap.
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There are several templates that help create a product vision. One of the most widely-used is the Elevator Pitch. The output of the Elevator Pitch is a simple sentence structure that encourages you to abstract your ideas for a product vision to its essence. It embraces the classic elevator test exer...
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Although business strategy is not mentioned in the Scrum Guide, it provides vital context that helps the organization define products and their goals. Here's why.
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Video
In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Oscar Styf explains the concept of "Optimizing the Whole" in relation to lead product development. (6:25 Minutes)
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Oversized Product Backlog items delay value delivery and increase risk.
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In this Scrum Tapas Video, PST Joanna Plaskonka talks about the significance of adopting a lean approach to product development, emphasizing the pursuit of truth throughout the process. She underscores that the journey is not binary—either delivering a product or not—but involves multiple steps to d...
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In this video, PST Joanna Plaskonka explains the agile principle of simplicity. She revisits its meaning and how she relates it to work, and also what it teaches us when it comes to investing your effort to deliver greater value. (3:00 Minutes)
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A short introduction about how you can make working with value more practical as a Product Owner.
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A self-managing team is a fundamental part of effectivity. How can your Product Backlog support this? Check it out!
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ralph Jocham, draws a comparison between a river and having too much Work in Progress and draws in some concepts from Lean Product Development. He also explores common pitfalls that can get in the way of getting work done. (3:18 Minutes)
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Book
This definitive guide will help your organization identify its true purpose, improve its ability to reach goals, and build a culture of trust, transparency, and growth.
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by Don McGreal and Ralph Jocham - Whatever your role in product management or agile development may be, this guide will help you deliver products that offer more value, more rapidly, and more often.
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Product owners, managers, and team leads will find this guide indispensable along with Agile/Scrum coaches, consultants, and executives wanting to generate more value from product management across the organization.
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Creating Goals can be challenging. In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Oscar Styf shares what to consider when creating effective goals in Scrum. (14:21 Minutes)
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Blog Post
The OBJECTIVE Framework highlights nine key components to successful goal setting: Outcome-focused, Balanced, Journey-oriented, Engaging, Challenging, Innovative, Timeboxed, Valuable, and Evaluated.
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Have you ever tried piecing together a jigsaw puzzle without knowing what the final picture should look like? Knowing what the outcome should be can guide you in reaching project success.
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The term Minimum Viable Product means different things to different people.  Is your company using it to define the first of a series of fixed scope, fixed date projects?  If so, you're probably not using it right.
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Discover how to maintain a harmonious balance between driving Product Goals and nurturing professional relationships with your stakeholders.
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When you have multiple goals which compete with one another, how do you make progress? This isn't just a Scrum problem but a product development problem. In this video PST's Robert Pieper and Gregory Crown from Responsive Advisors share some tips to help you and your team make progress.
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Are you grappling with managing your Scrum Team's work? 🧐 We've got you covered! 💡 Our latest blog dives deep into the heart of Scrum Team operations. We help you demystify 🕵️‍♂️ two key aspects of Scrum: Sprint Work and Refinement. Discover how these tasks, though different, are two sides of the ...
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What is release planning? When is it done? How do we manage stakeholder expectations and answer the infamous "when will it be done" question? How do we forecast? What numbers and methods can we use to forecast more accurately?
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Module
Product Goals are intermediate goals that help a Scrum Team learn and progress toward their Product Vision. When formulating a Product Goal, it should be: Aligned with and makes progress toward the Product Vision Clear and concise Outcome-driven to reflect a customer want or need Mea...
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Scrum is a Product centric approach to delivering value. But what if your team is not aligned with a Product? In this blog, we discuss what Product means in Scrum and why it can help a team even if they do not feel they are working in a Product organization. In this blog, we talk about why Product i...
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The three Scrum artifacts represent work or value. They help us maximize transparency, making it easier to inspect and adapt our way toward better outcomes. Let’s look at the commitment for each artifact to uncover their critical role in enabling the business benefits of agility.
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The Product Goal is a powerful magnet that propels Scrum teams towards value delivery. It guides efforts, prioritizes activities, fosters collaboration, and ensures focus on delivering value to customers. Regular evaluation and refinement are essential to maintain its effectiveness in driving value.
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Module
The Product Goal describes a future state of the product which can serve as a target for the Scrum Team to plan against. The Product Goal is the long-term objective for the Scrum Team.
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Goal setting is an essential tool supporting agility in complex environments. Various A-B-C formulas lead us to believe it’s a straightforward process, but setting and using goals effectively is challenging. Common pitfalls include not going deep enough with what we aim to achieve and bringing a suc...
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Scrum Teams are often given goals with the expectations that they need to be achieved. This anti-pattern leads to waste and disengagement. The article explores the purpose of setting goals in a complex environment.
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In Scrum planen wir viel: Es gibt einen täglichen Plan, wenn die Entwickler während des Daily Scrum darüber nachdenken, wie sie heute dem Sprint-Ziel näher kommen können. Natürlich spiegelt das Sprint-Ziel selbst ein größeres Etappenziel wider, das das Scrum-Team für wertvoll hält, um die Probleme s...
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We plan a lot in Scrum: There is a daily plan when the Developers think about progressing toward the Sprint Goal during the Daily Scrum. Of course, the Sprint Goal reflects an intermediate target the Scrum team considers valuable to solve their customers’ problems. Moreover, there is the Product Goa...
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In this vlog, PST Joshua Partogi elaborates on the differences between Product Vision, Product Goal and Product Roadmap in the context of Scrum and shares how the Product Owner can use it to gain competitive advantage in the market.
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Blog Post
Interestingly, so many organizations have revenue or profit as their Product Goals as well as Strategic Goals. Some organizations do not consider using Product Goals at all. Or they are not aware of this need.
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Webcast
In this Scrum Pulse webcast, PST Mary Iqbal will explore the accountability of the Product Owner and walk the audience through characteristics of an effective Product Owner.
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Blog Post
Scrum’s strength is that it makes difficulties visible faster so the team can address them. While the framework helps to resolve many things that might not be working optimally, it doesn’t eliminate every issue. Let’s look at three problems Scrum doesn’t solve. 
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According to the Scrum Guide, Scrum teams are typically 10 or fewer, with a preference to the smaller size.  When Scrum Teams become too large, they should consider re-organizing into multiple Scrum teams supporting a single product.  When this happens, the Scrum Teams should share a single Product ...
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