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Roadmap to be a Successful PO
Product Owner (PO) is a key role for successful implementation of Scrum in anyorganization. PO is a bridge between development teams and the business world. At oneend, PO is responsible for supplying good user stories and to work day-to-day with development teams. At the other end, PO is responsible for maximizing business value out of the development teams.
Scrum Framework itself does not speak much about “how” of this PO role. It just assigns any business and product management responsibilities to this poor guy. In my 13+ years of professional carrier with Software, I have been lucky to work equally on both sides of this bridge: development side and business side. In relation to PO role, I have served it with different hats like Business Analyst, PO, Product Manager, Chief Product Officer, etc.
In this presentation, I am going to share you my experience in the form of an easy roadmap for a PO to be successful. This will be an interesting presentation as you will be climbing Mt. Everest with me during the presentation: the roadmap will have following 6 milestones.
Basecamp: Understand the User and Business Problem
Camp 1: Draft and Validate the Solution
Camp 2: Explain the Solution and Detail out the Requirements
Camp 3: Plan and Execute the Solution
Camp 4: Review and Refine the Solution
Summit: Deliver the Solution
This session is beneficial for Product Owners and Product Managers for sure. This is equallybeneficial to Scrum Masters and Team Leads to coach their Product Owners
Subash Devkota, has 13+ years of experience on Software Development, Project Management, Process Improvement and Product Management. Currently, he has been working as Chief Product Officer for F1Soft International, Nepal’s leading FinTech company, with primary focus on transitioning the organization from traditional approach to agile methodology.
Formerly, He worked with Verscend Technologies, an American Company developing data analytics products for US Healthcare market. During the course of this carrier, he worked in US office for 5 years that provided better opportunities to learn industry standard practices and to obtain Pragmatic Marketing Certification. He has been working on Product Management since 2012 wearing different hats; serving scrum teams as Business Analyst, Product Owner and Product Manager. Before joining Product Management carrier, he was a key contributor for process improvement in Verscend to achieve CMMI Level 3 certifications.