is critical for understanding how to succeed with Agile. At this event,
we'll explore the Schneider culture model and how it can be applied to
make changes that align with your organization's culture. We'll also
discuss Agile adoption and transformation approaches in the context of
culture. Walk out of the session with practical models to setup your
next transition for success.
Agile 101 Courses at Dec. 1 Meeting
Registration is at the door, first come first served. Doors open at 5:30. Please avoid arriving earlier.
#1: Agile Principles Fist of Five - Do You Believe! - with David Grabel.
#2: Story Point Estimating in Scrum - with Shuyi Xu
January 5, 2012
The Path from BA to PO
Jason Novack, BigVisible Solutions
Product Owner is a key player in Scrum, yet there is confusion around
the true value and responsibilities of this important role. Many
companies have difficulty staffing it. Often Business Analysts are
called upon to assume Product Owner responsibilities without much clear
direction. Some think of the PO role as "an analyst on steroids." While
there is some common ground, the two roles face drastically different
sets of expectations. In this discussion, we'll highlight the
differences between Product Ownership and Analysis. We will also offer
up transition strategies for Analysts who dare to make the leap.
Note: This event will be held at Constant Contact, not at IBM. Directions.
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