Product Owner Challenge

Product Owner Challenge is a game with Lego kits. It illustrates the agile mindset vs. a waterfall-driven product development culture: stop micro-management and communicate face-to-face clear objectives, requirements, and product vision.Product Owner Challenge is a game with Lego kits. It illustrates the agile mindset vs. a waterfall-driven product development culture: stop micro-management and communicate face-to-face clear objectives, requirements, and product vision.Product Owner Challenge is a game with Lego kits. It illustrates the agile mindset vs. a waterfall-driven product development culture: stop micro-management and communicate face-to-face clear objectives, requirements, and product vision.Product Owner Challenge is a game with Lego kits. It illustrates the agile mindset vs. a waterfall-driven product development culture: stop micro-management and communicate face-to-face clear objectives, requirements, and product vision.Product Owner Challenge is a game with Lego kits. It illustrates the agile mindset vs. a waterfall-driven product development culture: stop micro-management and communicate face-to-face clear objectives, requirements, and product vision.

The Product Owner RoleO papel do Product OwnerEl rol del Product OwnerРоль владелец продуктаLe rôle de la propriétaire du produit

This game is perfect to express the duties of a Product Owner, not only for those that are running that role, but also for any other that works with scrum (Developers, Stakeholders, Managers, etc.). The idea is to focus on what the PO must do for the success of the project.

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Scrum Roles and Responsibilities Game

  Timing: 15 minutes to run, 30 minutes to prepare (once only). Materials: 32 Index Cards of one colour (I choose blue). 7 Index Cards of another colour (I choose pink). A permanent marker pen (i.e. sharpie). Two flip chart pieces of paper (A0 size) or large pieces of butcher’s paper. A very large desk or two desks large enough to hold the two pieces of…

Top Traits

This exercise was co-created as part of a collaboration day between myself and Paul Goddard Timing: 30-60 minutes Materials: Top Trait templates Photographs of stakeholders Instructions: Explain that this is an exercise to help provide some context around the users of the system For each user type or specific persona, someone (perhaps the Product Owner) will explain their background and how they use the product…