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Keep the Balance - The Product Owner

published in the German IX-Magazin 8/2009 by Marion Eickmann

On
19 October 2009
In
Scrum
Tags
agile, agile development, product owner, scrum, scrum implementation, scrummaster, scrum master

What role does a Product Owner have?

Scrum is counted as an iterative and incremental process used for product development and the organization of teams. The classical roles and structures are actually replaced by this procedure method through agile and transparent sequences. There result some new roles from this method. One of them is the role of the person responsible for a product, which is –in scrum jargon- called the Product Owner. This first part is about the Product Owners’ tasks, responsibilities and personal capabilities. A second article will appear in the next magazine regarding the role of the Scrum ...

Geregelte Selbstbestimmung

Scrum Artikel zum Download. Download the Scrum Article from the IX Magazin 6/2009

On
13 July 2009
In
Scrum
Tags
scrum einführung, scrum implementation, scrum tool, scrum tools

Deutsch

Den im IX Magazin 6/2009 erschienenen Artikel von mir kann man bei www.heise.de bekommen. (Geregelte Selbstbestimmung)[http://www.heise.de/kiosk/archiv/ix/2009/6/110_kiosk]

Die (englische Variante gibts hier)[http://www.agile42.com/cms/articles/2009/6/16/Scrum-risks/]

English

The article published on the IX Magazin 6/2009 by me, it is now available on the Heise website. (Scrum Overview)[http://www.heise.de/kiosk/archiv/ix/2009/6/110_kiosk]

(Here the english version:)[http://www.agile42.com/cms/articles/2009/6/16/Scrum-risks/]

Scrum Hit list – 10 good reasons for Scrum

This Scrum Hit List is a part of an article which has been published in the German IX Magazin 06/09

On
16 June 2009
In
Scrum
Tags
scrum, scrum anti pattern, scrum implementation

Scrum Hit list – 10 good reasons for Scrum

There are many good reasons to work with Scrum. The 10 most important are listed here.

  1. Competitiveness
    The requirements of the market change invariably faster and only the ones who are flexible and contemporary can react Time to Market and stay competitive and create themselves a competitive advantage.

  2. Develop what is needed
    Scrum allows the incremental development of features. In time the customer receives the first working versions, sees the progress and can if necessary add some new ideas.

  3. Confidence through transparency
    Transparency plays a great deal on various levels of Scrum ...

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