10 Stakeholder Management Principles adapted for Agile Product Development

Stakeholder Management has since long been a hot topic in project, programme and other management circles. The fact that people exist with a stake in whatever goals you are trying to achieve even found its way into leadership coaching (Marshall Goldsmith’s Stakeholder Centered Coaching). In researching the topic of Stakeholder Management for a one-day training […]

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Estimation matrix aka Fruit Game

This blog is intended to grow into an explanation of how to facilitate an Estimation Matrix for a colleborative estimation session. In this session Stakeholders and Scrum Team(s) collaborate to quickly estimate Backlog Items both in relative Value & Effort. Below is a dutch simplistic plan which could get you started already. The blog should […]

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What is a product?

A product is a solution that serves a customer need. This is the most concise and to the point description of ‘product’ I can come up with. In the below article I’d like to unpack it. Defining a product always starts with its customers. Someone out there should have a need that the product can […]

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Done vs Releasable
From not yet releasable to releasable and beyond to full quality

Done in your Scrum Team: does it have to be releasable? Spoiler: no way Jose! There’s a road to releasable and trying Scrum can help getting there. Done vs Releasable is about the difference of doing Scrum as intended and thus gaining maximum benefit, versus the long hard road to reach that state of pure transparency. In […]

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