MarkeUCustomer facing and identifies market needs Collocated with

Markeucustomer facing and identifies market needs

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MarkeUCustomer facing and identifies market needs Collocated with marketing/business Owns Vision and Roadmaps, pricing, licensing, ROI, and Program Backlog Drives Pl Objectives and Release content via prioritized Features and Enablers Establishes Feature Benefit Hypothesis and acceptance criteria Solution, technology, and team facing Collocated with Agile Teams Owns Team Backlog and implementation; Contributes to Vision & Program Backlog Drives Iteration Goals and Iteration content via prioritized Stories Establishes Story acceptance criteria, accepts Stories Integrate as a train Coordinates dependencies and fosters collaboration Evolves the Continuous Delivery Pipeline Applies Lean UX, builds quality in, and evolves Agile Architecture Implements and delivers value The PO/PM team steers the train At scale, a single person cannot handle product and market strategy while also being dedicated to an Agile team. SCALED AGI LE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc 2-7
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Owns Program Backlog Defines Features, Pis, and Releases Owns pricing, licensing, and ROI Collaborates on Enablers Release content governance Product Manager Team Contribute to intentional architecture, owns emergent design Own Story estimates and implementation of value Integrate with other teams SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc 2-9 11•11 -" ..·- - -·- u Owns Team Backlog(s) Defines Iterations and Stories Accepts Iteration increments Includes refactors and redesigns in backlog Guiding team Product Owners/Product Managers and distributed teams Product Owners and Product Managers can be located in the primary location, creating additional responsibilities. Local, product, and technology ownership II Product u u Management Product Owner Product Owner or proxy (requirements analyst) Team System Architect System Architect or Release Train Engineer proxy lh ll Scrum Master SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc 2-10
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System Architect-Engineering provides architectural guidance and technical enablement to the teams on the train. The System Team provides processes and tools to integrate and evaluate assets early and often. AA Business Owners are the key stakeholders on the Agile Release Train. In pairs, create a 280-character description about the relationship between the Product Owner and Product Manager. Discuss the relationship between the roles of the Product Owner and Product Manager Be prepared to share your potential tweet PREPARE SHARE rii? SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc 2-12 PO/PMs collaborate with other ART roles II I I Release Train Engineer acts as the Chief Scrum Master for the train. Product Management owns, defines, and prioritizes the program backlog. SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc 2-11
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2.2 Embrace a Lean-Agile Mindset SCALED AGILE O Discussion: Your Best Practices! In your workbook, describe the values and principles in your organization How well are these values understood?
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