Whatever stage your product development is currently in, here are some ideas for incorporating user feedback.
Agile teams are at their best when the team has a culture of collaboration. One of the most important relationships is between Product Owners and Software Developers.
We aim to have stakeholders fully engaged throughout the duration of the project but often this is a challenge. I have some tips and also asked other product owners from our organization to provide their tools and techniques for stakeholder involvement and how to create a partnership for product success.
Too much technical debt will kill your momentum, but most technical debt is invisible to users. This presents a conundrum. How do you pay off technical debt, which is usually invisible, while also delivering useful features to users?
Each of the Product Owners who participated in the Product Owner panel on April 17th share some of their thoughts about the experience.
Optimal satisfaction can only be achieved in agile if stakeholders get and remain fully engaged. They need to—and have to want to—roll up their sleeves alongside the agile team and commit to the transparency, accountability, and true partnership it takes for product success.
Join us as we cover backlog best practices, tools and tips to support agility and product focus within your teams.
Today a product idea doesn't fail because of design or production issues, it's because no one cares about it.