Being familiar with the 4 types of Product Owner will help you strengthen your weak points so you can successfully transition to a POA role.
Product Ownership is defined by KBP Media as the ability to “Understand stakeholder needs, determine if the need is worth satisfying, determine the best solution to satisfy it, build a shared
User Stories and Job Stories are Agile techniques every Product Owner should understand. Here’s why.
In our 3rd blog in the IIBA 4-part Product Ownership blog series, we break down two more Agile techniques that are important to the success of Product Owners.
Product Ownership Blog Series, Part 2: Getting Good at User Story Mapping and Minimum Viable Product
By mastering User Story Mapping and Minimum Viable Product, Product Owners can better fulfill their role on an Agile team.
Introducing the January issue of IIBA’s Business Analysis Magazine (BAM!), replacing the formerly named BA Lens e-magazine. With 2021 here, at last, many business analysis professionals may be
A couple of the most effective techniques and tools Product Owners and their teams can use to improve processes are value stream mapping and collaborative games.