As organizations transition from project-centric models to a product-centric view, it is important to understand how product ownership is evolving and how business analysis professionals can drive the delivery of successful products.
Uncover the framework, context, techniques, and competencies that can give you an advantage.
What is Product Ownership Analysis? Product Ownership Analysis is a discipline that can be used to assist teams in creating and delivering exceptional products and services for their customers. It empowers Business Analysis professionals with standards, practices, techniques and competencies to create value.
According to IIBA’s 2020 Global Business Analysis Salary Survey, Business Analysis responsibilities including process development, analysis, testing etc. support product ownership work.
Respondents of IIBA’s Salary Survey indicated they are spending 31% of their time performing product owner related work. And 36% of respondents are looking to transition from a Business Analyst role to a Product Owner role.
Gain more valuable insights in IIBA's infographic.
What makes Product Ownership so vital to the success of a product or service? What are the tools, techniques or processes that help a Product Owner? Are there business analysis competencies that can give you an advantage?
Learn more in this short overview video with Delvin Fletcher, President and CEO, IIBA® as he shares his insights.
January 19, 2021
A Product Owner is primarily responsible for managing the product backlog, though they may delegate that task to the Development Team.
January 26, 2021
Every Agile team has a Product Owner, which is one of the three roles defined by the Scrum Guide. Sometimes the individual in this role is a business analysis professional.
February 2, 2021
In each of our blog posts in the series, we’ve been explaining Agile techniques Product Owners can implement and providing practical tips for those in this role, or those who hope to one day to become a Product Owner.
February 9, 2021
User Stories and Job Stories are Agile techniques every Product Owner should understand. Here’s why.