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If you've been a Product Manager or is about to embark on this marvelous career path as we here at ProductManagerJobs.com have, you'll soon know that a lot of things we do as Product Managers are learned in-situ, in-practice. You won't necessarily find this on paper, in various courses you take or how many other product managers we meet with or speak to.  You almost always have you find your own way because no two products is the...
This will not be a comprehensive guide to what Scrum is.  This is really brief about what scrum is and what scrum isn't.  That's because Scrum is what you make of it anyway and there is never an ideal scenario -- it's kind of like you'll know it when you experience in a Scrum team. What Are the Scrum Values? Instead of going into what Scrum is (we take it that you know what it is already or if not you can Google it), we just...
The Product Owner (PO) serves as the main communications conduit between an Agile software development team and the business that owns the product that team is building.  Typically, the Product Owner role is served by someone who has the knowledge and experience with users. The standard certification is attaining the Certified Scrum Product Owner . As Product Owner or PO, you build and maintain a network of...