Scrum - agiles Projektmanagement erfolgreich einsetzen (A Mike Cohn Signature Book)
The First Guide to Scrum-Based Agile Product Management
In Agile Product Management with Scrum, leading Scrum consultant Roman Pichler uses real-world examples to demonstrate how product owners can create successful products with Scrum. He describes a broad range of agile product management practices, including making agile product discovery work, taking advantage of e...more
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Reading above this books obvious crowbarring of yet another business role into the purity of Agile (a common corporate failing nowadays), it’s a poor attempt at trying to define a single product-focussed combination of Team Lead & Project Manager. If my years in business have taught me anything; finding such a superhuman that combines several competing ...more
The book focuses on understanding the role of product owner, create the product vision, working with the backlog, releases planning, and how to introduce the product owner role in a company.
The best part, in my humble opinion, are the tips and trick that help on the creative process and decision-making, for the vision creation and the growing of the backlog.
For me, this book is a good and quick refresher. Recommended!
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Einen grossen Raum nimmt die Pflege des Product Backlogs und die Releaseplanung ein, die die wichtigsten Aufgaben eines Product Owners darstellen. Anschliessend wird die Rolle des Product Owners w ...more
While there is no denying the fact this is an extremely useful book for Product Owners, the title of the book "Agile P ...more
Agile methodology needs to be in place before incorporating the suggestions made in this book.
Fine piece of advice about grooming and backlog items overall. Finally someone tried to cover topic with specific hints and not just useless sentences rephrased every second book.
Personally I found useful chapters about scaling product backlog and creating roadmap. I’ve also found interesting some tips and facts from the world (like a message box in google).
Book could be even more specific about some subjects (or have better example ...more
I also think that this book would've been much better an ...more
Seems essential reading for Scrum teams, for Product Owners, and for the management above Product Owners and Scrum teams.
I found some of the treatment of scaling Scrum tedious, but that may be in part because I don't currently have those needs, I don't think.
I found most of the examples under-developed, over-simple toys. I'd have preferred twice as many examples in ...more
This was one of the main resources I have used to study and pass Scrum.org's PSPO I exam.
This book explains the role and activities that a P.O. must and should do and the differentiation from the Scrum Master and Development Team.
For beginners in Scrum, this book explains all activities and differences a Product Owner from a Project or Product Manager.
If you are already practitioner of Scrum, I strong recommend skip this book.
Insgesamt wenig 'philosophisches', sondern ein kompletten Überblick über das Framework, mit praktischen Ratschläge und Beschreibung bewährter Best Practices.
Im letzten Teil gibt es dann noch einen Ausblick, wie Scrum in großen und verteilten Projekten eingesetzt werden kann.
The book lived up to my expectations and got me up to speed with Scrum.
Unfortunately, it didn't define enough of the terminology for me. I still need a basic text explaining agile terminology (i.e. "sprints") if someone can recommend one for me.
Good for an intro I suppose.
size - not too big for new product owners to read,
experience - the author has done the job,
existence - someone wrote the book which was really needed.
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