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Product Owner experiences on a third grade level. Whether you are new to scrum, agile, lean or any rapid development method, I cover insights and thinking patterns that hopefully make sense. Don’t let the audio from the first couple of episodes run you off. It gets better I promise. Join me for a practical approach to being a product owner. Don’t forget to subscribe and check for new episodes. Topics and questions from listeners are becoming more frequently shared. Give feedback via email! s ...
 
The Product Owner Perspective interview series was created by me, Sjoerd Kranendonk (aka @sjoerdly), in an attempt to increase the amount of available stories, experience & knowledge for the Product Owner community. At irregular intervals I interview experienced practitioners to help share lessons and practices from the trenches.
 
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How do we apply behaviors that prove we are actually valuing “Individuals and Interactions OVER Processes and Tools”? Today’s episode explores some things that product owners can do to help us demonstrate that value. Take your hands off the hand offs. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/planetproductowner/message…
 
As a product owner I want to create stories that paint a picture so that my development team can produce the right thing. Product owners and anyone in the agile space should enjoy this episode as we get back to fundamentals about user stories. Today’s episode will cover some of the good attributes of user stories as well as some traps or anti-patte…
 
Hey agile Product Owner and Scrum Master! Does your burn down chart look like a cliff or a slope? This is episode we put on our explorer and captain hats and try to figure out how to avoid the cliff in our burndown chart by looking at causes, implications and solutions.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/planetproductowner/message…
 
Are you feeling like you are one of the wagilefallen? This episode is for all…Product owners, scrum masters, traditional project managers and transformationalists (if that’s a thing). This episode has lots of topics for your transformation..--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/planetproductowner/message…
 
After a wildly successful episode last time, I have put together a few items and topics to follow up on for a product owner and your leadership in a scaled agile framework. But this episode may be a difficult conversation for organizational leaders who are considering moving toward that framework. There’s a lot of defense for the product owner that…
 
On November 18th 2020, a fully rewritten Scrum Guide was released to the world, bringing many updates to the description of the Scrum Framework. The guide is leaner, less prescriptive, and more clear. Scrum Facilitators Jasper Alblas & Sjoerd Kranendonk join Scrum Coaches Andy Hiles & Steve Trapps for an informal chat about the changes. They discus…
 
Are you a product owner who has come from a single development initiative or a single project-based mindset and new to a scaled agile environment? If so this episode may be for you. This comes from a question submitted by a listener! Do you know how I love those LOL. Today we talk about the product owner and how to make some adjustments coming from…
 
This episode has a very important announcement in the first segment that I don’t want you to miss! The topic today is one from a listener who asked about moving into a product owner role from a QA role. Well maybe the jump seems impossible, but I’d like to share with you some good traits that will make you a great product owner as well as some bad …
 
As a result of a recent topic posted on social media, I would like to give my thoughts on why we shouldn’t do away with the product owner role. This episode should give you some insight and clarity for not only to the role itself, but how you can maybe address some of those objections if they come to you from this trending topic. Email me at scott@…
 
Hey product owner! Do you suffer from routine, boring and check the box daily scrum’s? Hey scrum master have you laid down the law or had it given to you for the daily scrum structure? And hey dev team are you bored with having to go to this “meeting” everyday? Let’s talk a little about the daily scrum, shall we?--- Send in a voice message: https:/…
 
Part one of a possible series. You know how it feels when you are the new team member and as a youngster and new product owner, you want to learn the ropes as soon as you can so you are gaining respect. Nice user story, huh? Today we talk about some of the intangible stuff you need to know when starting new relationships with the new role. Welcome …
 
This is one that you may want to miss if you are an organizational leader, product owner, scrum master or any agile dev team member. Let’s talk about adopting these frameworks like SAFe or scaled agile and talk about how they may work and more importantly why they may not work. I’m likely stepping on toes but I’m definitely speaking for the teams h…
 
What does it mean when we talk about inception, elaboration, construction and transition? The product owner needs to adopt some ownership in these areas but probably needs to know the basics first. This episode gives an overview of these phases and how they relate to some of your frameworks or even stand alone features. Glad to be back!--- Send in …
 
I know. Its light hearted and kinda fun but we discuss points and relative estimation. Don’t miss the point about points. I wanted a light topic ahead of next week. It’s the calm before the storm. The episode next week is gonna be one you don’t want to miss but you may not want to hear. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/planetproductow…
 
Conflicting priorities usually stem from conflicting feelings about the priorities. Everything is a priority. Everyone’s thing is the highest priority. This episode provides some tips and tools on balancing the priorities and gives some examples of how and when to handle potential outliers. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/planetprodu…
 
Another non-solicited question from a new listener! How does the Product Owner know they have the priorities right?! It’s a big responsibility for sure. In this episode, I give one example on how to make sure you’re on the right track. Let’s talk roadmap, product backlog, valuable and potentially shippable work, and leverage a little thing called a…
 
I love it when listeners ask for topics! I was asked to backup a little and talk about the Product Owner and the backlog a little more at a high level. This episode gives some insight into not just the role but I also share some basic but effective tips about how I manage a large product backlog and communication strategies that have proven to be h…
 
I didn’t say “no”. I said “not right now”. You need some rules of engagement to determine the next steps in your roadmap as requirements change or even while planning it. I would love to share some experiences I’ve had with this and three questions I ask before we commit to that path. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/planetproductowne…
 
Talk to me like I’m three years old. Let’s get some basics cleared up before we get too deep. There are three fundamental outcomes and purposes of scrum. Iterative development • Self organizing teams • The shippable product. Let’s talk about some ways the Product Owner can help promote these. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/planetpro…
 
Three (un)spoken responsibilities of the Product Owner that they may not tell you in the books. Three takeaways and each have their own attributes. For new product owners and old dogs too!--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/planetproductowner/message
 
I hope I have listeners after this episode...Let’s have some difficult conversations about some difficult things we deal with as product owners. I think we need to have difficult conversations in order to grow. This is an episode you may not want to hear, but it is one you need to hear. Responding to change doesn’t mean reacting to change--- Send i…
 
Listener question here. “I need a plan for my new gig”. This episode gives you some tactical moves that will put you on a nice journey. This one could apply to anyone in an existing or new role on the scrum or agile team. So if you are taking a new product owner, scrum master, dev team or even agile coach role, this is for you!--- Send in a voice m…
 
Today’s episode we have a reading, from the Scrum Guide along with some tips and tricks for a more effective Sprint Planning ceremony. I’m offering a little insight on how to prep for it more than the actual ceremony facilitation in this episode. Enjoy and welcome to season 2!--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/planetproductowner/message…
 
Let’s check out some fundamental guidance for scrum masters and product owners to work together on the team. This is kind of an intro to basic rules, antipatterns and solutions. Season 2. For real y’all. scott@planetproductowner.org--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/planetproductowner/message…
 
I’ve identified three types of Product Owners in this episode and tips on moving up in your journey. We are on a journey...applying some practical thinking patterns to develop the art of becoming a more effective product owner. This could be my last agile or scrum product owner podcast episode of this year. Subscribe, share and scrum. Send feedback…
 
Let’s identify who needs to help prevent it. What to do if we have it. And how we can prevent others from getting it. This is not all encompassing. Just a few factors and a few players. But some good tips. Email me at scott@planetproductowner.org as always with your feedback!--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/planetproductowner/message…
 
Please tell me it’s not a check the box meeting that you are having or not having at all. The retro is a crucial time for the team to work ON the work and not IN the work. This episode outlines some of the good, bad and ugly about retros. Teasing the last segment for organizational leaders to listen in. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.f…
 
Many times we are in an anti pattern and we may not realize it. We have to back up and inspect and adapt ourselves sometimes. In this episode I share some of the top anti patterns I’ve seen, done and fought hard against. Hope you aren’t in these, but you may not even know if you are. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/planetproductowner…
 
Are we inspecting and adapting our ceremonies? If your demos are boring, uninspiring or routine you should spice them up. Id like to share 5 things to incorporate into your demos to help you with a different perspective. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/planetproductowner/message
 
Today we dive into some ideas to help you with the inherent tasks of release communications and transition. I also offer some encouragement to you today because you guys need some love. Be sure to subscribe and tell a friend who may gain some value from listening!--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/planetproductowner/message…
 
So we are on the journey! This episode I share some feedback and questions from a listener. Let’s see how his user stories are written and how it has helped his team. Next I hope I answer his question about managing different work types in one big backlog. Like bugs, debt, features etc. Remember it’s about real world solutions and thinking patterns…
 
Often times we get cornered into following the formats dictated to us when it comes to our organizational processes. Sometimes we get in a rut and don’t progress as we should in writing effective user stories. Some of us even miss the point and don’t even know “why” we even use them. Let’s talk about that, shall we?--- Send in a voice message: http…
 
Ok so we walk out of the big session with the big document and we have a big task. Let’s recap a minute about the risks, value, obstacles and metrics first. Then we need to actually figure out how to make this thing real to solve the need. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/planetproductowner/message…
 
Ok so I’m back from an unexpected personal break to recap the last episode and finish up some ideas about bridging the gap between traditional language and lean thinking. I give away a few secrets in this one that I think you will enjoy. I love it when science and art play together!--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/planetproductowner/m…
 
This is part one of three parts. We are talking about how to interpret the large document with the right questions. We speak a different language and we just need to acknowledge it, embrace it and build a bridge that works. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/planetproductowner/message
 
In this Focus topic, Sjoerd meets with Product Owner Edwin Wopereis to discuss the Validated learning board. Edwin is responsible for the Kramp Webshop. Kramp is a technical wholesalerand one-stop supplier of spare parts, technical services and business solutions to more than 40.000 dealers worldwide. Edwin works with multiple developments teams – …
 
In this episode we meet with Product Owner Edwin Wopereis. Edwin is responsible for the Kramp Webshop. Kramp is a technical wholesaler and one-stop supplier of spare parts, technical services and business solutions to more than 40.000 dealers worldwide of agricultural machines, forest & grasscare machines, construction machines and in the OEM and M…
 
Hey everybody! We’re back with freshly recorded insights and practical tips for Product Owners, this time discussing two ways to say ‘No’. In this chat with Robbin Schuurman, he shares practical insights and tips from his own experience as a Product Owner, Professional Scrum Trainer and Agile Transformation Lead. One of the most important skills of…
 
Hey everybody! We’re back with freshly recorded insights and practical tips for Product Owners. This time we chat with Robbin Schuurman who shares practical insights and tips from his own experience as a Product Owner, Professional Scrum Trainer and Agile Transformation Lead. In this video we discuss one of the most important skills of a Product Ow…
 
Kim Bosman is the Value Stream Owner @ Schiphol Airport Control (part of Schiphol’s Digital Airport Programme) and an independent Agile Strategist. As a Value Stream owner Kim acts as an enabler and leader for a group of Scrum teams. This way the Product Owners, Development Teams and Scrum Masters are given the trust and space to solve hard problem…
 
In this episode of the podcast I chat with Stephan van Maris, Product Owner of the Clang e-mail marketing platform at E-Village. Stephan has a technical background and developed himself from one of the core engineers to Product Owner who is now letting go of the technical details to focus on improving the product through customer collaboration. In …
 
In this 5th podcast we chat with Matthias Orgler, a Product Development Expert & Agile Coach from Germany. He has experience working in startups in Silicon Vally and these days together with his colleagues at Dreimannzelt he helps businesses build awesome products. When he’s not helping businesses, he can be found on stage with one of his bands, wo…
 
In this fourth episode of the podcast I chat with Wilbert Seele, my colleague at Prowareness. He’s an Agile Scaling expert and ‘Continuous Disruptor’. I asked him on the podcast not to discuss tips and tricks for the Product Owner, but to discuss the idea of a ‘Chief’ Product Owner and why he thinks that is a really bad idea or even a really, reall…
 
In this podcast I had the pleasure to chat with Dave West, Product Owner & CEO for scrum.org. After discussing his road towards becoming a Product Owner (which includes a well known three letter acronym), we go in to the three most important things a Product Owner should master. Along the ride we gain insights into the vision for Scrum.org in the c…
 
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