What you will learn
Many teams that adopt agile will tend initially to focus on adopting the Scrum practices of Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum, Sprint Review and Retrospective. The only problem is these practices assume you have a rough Release Plan to guide the team what is not always the case. The goal of this course is to teach you how to create a winning product strategy and an agile product roadmap in a dynamic business context. In this workshop participants can experience valuable techniques for understanding user needs, prioritization and estimations so that release plans can be realistic and measurable.
- Traditional product management vs. Agile/ Scrum approach
- Creating an inspiring product vision which guides people
- Product roadmap vs. Product backlog
- Understand user needs with Personas and Value Proposition Canvas
- Seeing product big picture with User Story Maps
- Extract Hypothesis and designing MVP experiments
- Team approach to release planning and estimations
- Choosing the right prioritisation techniques
- Slicing the product delivery strategy with rough sprint plan
- Release burndown charts used to track and forecast the release progress
This workshop takes 2 days.
Who should attend?
Product and project managers, product owners, analysts, requirements engineers, UX designers, and project managers. Attendees should have a basic knowledge of Agile and Scrum.