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Full name

Rob Maher

Job Agile Coach & Trainer
email scrumdod [at] gmail [dot] com
Company Rob Maher Consulting
City (Country) I dont know what to put in here?
Time 1h
Type of Conference Conference > 100 attendees
Level Everybody

The Value of a Good Product Owner

Biography

Rob Maher is an Agile Development coach and trainer. He is one of a handful of trainers worldwide who are qualified to teach the entire curriculum at Scrum.org. With over 15 years of software development experience he has a history of leading change in large organisations. Rob has helped several large companies transition to Scrum and improve their software development lifecycle using solid ALM practices. He is a regular speaker at industry events such as Tech-Ed, Agile Dev West, Code Camps and ALM summits worldwide. Rob provides Scrum and software development training and consultancy across SE Asia, including running courses in NZ, Malaysia, India, Vietnam, the Philippines and Singapore. Robs experience includes everything from working as a Scrum Master, coaching teams in Scrum and software development practices to helping testers master automated testing techniques using tools.

Description

Good Product Ownership is the most important predictor of long-term product and team success. But few companies seem to realize this, or even know what a good Product Owner does. After a brief explanation of the role of the Product Owner in Scrum and the challenges it has faced over the last 10 years, Rob will guide you through some tangible measures that you can use immediately to evaluate Product Ownership for your product or company. The answers will surprise you. Like Scrum, good Product Ownership is simple, but incredibly difficult.

Prerequisites

none

Benefits for the attendees

Understand that Product Ownership is much more than simply managing a backlog. Attendees will get an understanding of what being value driven actually means and how a PO can get the most from their agile development team

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