Whether you’ve just taken a CSPO class or recently earned a new title and the team to go with it, building your first new product may feel like a “paradox of choice.”
While Scrum talks quite a bit about roles, events, and artifacts, it leaves a lot of room for you to decide just how to get there — how to arrive at a prioritized, well-developed Product Backlog, motivate the Scrum Team around the work to be done, and manage the myriad of stakeholders who may be interested in the work you and the Scrum Team are embarking upon.
So where do you start?
Rather than creating a huge “How To” manual for new Product Owners, we put together a concise guide to get you started. These Top 10 Tips for New Product Owners are based on our years of experience in training — and the feedback we’ve had from our trainees.
Updated for 2021, our new Product Owner guide includes:
Framework templates you can use at work right away
Step-by-step instructions for important tasks like Product Roadmapping
Bonus Tips and Cautions that will accelerate your expertise
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Kevin Rosengren is a Principal Consultant and Engagement Director with Applied Frameworks. With almost twenty years as a product management professional, Kevin’s focus is on teaching product managers, product leaders and executives in developing deep, customer-centric Agile practices.
As a “Product Guy” with a proven track record of developing amazing products and great product managers, Kevin believes in combining great frameworks such as Design Thinking, Lean Startup and Agile practices to unleash the power of people to innovate quickly to deliver solutions with maximum business impact. His workshops are high energy, challenging, and fun, and if you get to attend one of his sessions, you are likely to experience his memorable laugh. Read Full Bio