Influencing Behaviour. Secondary Factor.
Managing Products with Agility results in products that provide valuable business outcomes, increased flexibility to respond to change, and greater transparency for investment decisions in product development.
The Product Owner is responsible for managing the product and releasing it to stakeholders and users. They’re also responsible for ensuring it represents value, its usable, useful and effective in meeting their needs.
In large organisations, Product Owners report to a Product Manager.
Alignment is created from enterprise goals to teams through a cascade of backlogs.
Without this single “front door”, teams will focus on local concerns, priorities and the immediate demands of internal stakeholders and users, without consideration of higher value, strategic investment priorities.
How to connect user stories to story maps.
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