Tim Beattie

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Product Ownership

Focuses development on products and associated business outcomes as opposed to projects

foundation-culture-and-collaboration loop position

No. People

1

Time

Continuous

Difficulty

hard

Participants

Product Owners

What is it?

  • A practice that focuses development on products and associated business outcomes of those products.
  • Primarily product ownership is about enabling a collaboration between development teams members of a product and all the stakeholders, users and any affected by that product.
  • Supported by many other practices to maximise and prioritise business and customer value of features incrementally built into products.

Why use it?

  • Facilitates a connection between development teams and the products that deliver business and customer value.
  • Provides a strong foundation for long lived cross functional teams to iteratively discovery and deliver increments of the product releasing value early and often.
  • Enables a flexible and adaptive approach to delivering products that can be responsive to feedback and the market.

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