Chapter 9. Product Owner
In this chapter I expand the description of the product owner role. I begin by explaining the purpose of this role relative to other Scrum roles. Then I detail the principal responsibilities and characteristics of a product owner. Next I present a “day in the life” of a product owner over the course of multiple weeks. I then discuss who should be a product owner for different types of product development. I conclude by describing how the product owner role can be combined with other roles and how it can be scaled up into a product owner team.
The product owner is the empowered central point of product le...
- Chapter 9. Product Owner
- from Essential Scrum: A Practical Guide to the Most Popular Agile Process
- Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional
- Released: July 2012
Now that you understand how the various agile roles work together, we can dive deeper into your own agile role: Product Owner. You are the central point of product leadership and your effective guidance is crucial to the success of the product. In this lesson, you will learn what your responsibilities are and the attributes you need to be successful in this role. The simplest structure for this role is a single person for a single product. However, that is not always feasible. This reading covers other possible structures and will prepare you for various scenarios you might encounter.
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