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Live from Agile 2019!!!

The Core Cycle of Agile Product Development w/ Urs Reupke

The Mid Sprint Review w/ Dhaval Panchal at 2019 Scrum Gathering

The Art of Mentoring with Brandon Brown

Boozy Scrum with Alex Brown at 2019 Austin Scrum Gathering

The Core Cycle of Agile Product Development w/ Urs Reupke

Urs Reupke is a Certified Scrum Trainer and Agile Coach who works for the Hamburg-based Agile Consultancy It-Agile. A lot of Urs’s time and attention is focused on the work he does coaching management and providing leadership consulting as they move towards adopting a more Agile approach to work.

One specific area Urs is passionate about is the Core Cycle of Agile Product Development. In this interview, Urs and I talk about what the Core Cycle of Agile Product Development is, why it is so critical to the success of your product, and why his desire to help others produce better products is what motivated him to move out of his development role and into a role where he could achieve that goal.

Here are links to some of the things we discussed during the podcast:

If you’d like to contact Urs, here is how you can reach him

Posted on: July 19, 2019 10:06 AM | Permalink | Comments (3)

Scaling Product Development with Ellen Gottesdiener and Andy Repton

Earlier this fall at the 2018 Large Scale Scrum Conference in NYC, Ellen Gottesdiener and Andy Repton led a session called “What is Our Product”. During the course of their presentation they showcased many of the tools they use with clients to determine what the product they are building actually is. In this interview Ellen and Andy explain why this question is not as easy to understand as it seems and why it is so critical to product success. During the course of our conversation they walk through some of the tools they use to help clients deepen their understanding of the product, how to make sure it is strategically aligned, and how this can even be done with massive organizations that are developing infrastructure products. 

 

 

What is Our Product

Andy and Ellen’s “What is Our Product” session from the 2018 LeSS Conference

The session description is here: https://less.works/sessions/2018-less-conference-new-york-what-is-our-product-88

As soon as the recording of the session is available, the link will be posted here. In the meantime, you can find their slides here:

https://www.slideshare.net/ellengott/what-is-our-product

Contacting Andy

Contacting Ellen

Ellen is working on a post on the Product Canvas and I will update the link when it is available, in the meantime, you might want to check out “Am I a Product Manager or a Product Owner” 

Discover to Deliver

As soon as the downloadable PDF is available, the link will be posted here. In the meantime, for ore on Discover to Deliver, check out:

https://www.ebgconsulting.com/blog/right-things-not-everything-product-management-ownership/

 

 

Posted on: December 16, 2018 09:44 PM | Permalink | Comments (4)
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