100 episodes

Deliver It is a podcast for agile Product Owners. Hosted by Cory Bryan and guests bring their experience and ideas on how to improve the role and techniques they use to deliver value within an agile framework. The show brings together relevant news, discussion, around a central topic and your feedback in a fun and supportive way.

Deliver It Cast Cory Bryan

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    • 4.5 • 2 Ratings

Deliver It is a podcast for agile Product Owners. Hosted by Cory Bryan and guests bring their experience and ideas on how to improve the role and techniques they use to deliver value within an agile framework. The show brings together relevant news, discussion, around a central topic and your feedback in a fun and supportive way.

    Boardroom Metrics with Stephanie Tanzar

    Boardroom Metrics with Stephanie Tanzar

    More Metrics! Which ones are the most important ones for people that are at the top levels of your company? What areas do they care about to decide if investing more is worth it? In this episode, Stephanie Tanzar talks about the 3 that are leading the way to better outcomes in product-led organizations, and why they are becoming more relevant to boardrooms and leaders.
    Feedback:
    twitter - @deliveritcast https://twitter.com/deliveritcast
    email - deliveritcast@gmail.com
    Support:
    Product Coaching and Consulting - seek taiju 
    Support - Buy me a Coffee 
    Links:
    Stephanie Tanzar - Twitter @steffitanner  LinkedIn 
    Pendo - Product Engagement Score (PES) Overview 
    Pendo - The journey to a better Product Engagement Score 
    Pendo - Glossary for Product Engagement Score (PES) 
    Gainsight - Product Metrics Your Board Members Care About 
    Echometer - 9 agile KPIs that executives should know 
    Gojko Adzic - Redefining software quality 
    Deliver It Cast 88 - Working Software 
    Lenny Rachitsky - Lenny's Podcast
    Mike Cohn & Brian Milner - Agile Mentors Podcast 
    Ogilvy Consulting - NudgeStock 2022 

    • 47 min
    Incentives

    Incentives

    Exploring an idea around the 3rd root cause of failures I've seen in working in a more agile way, incentives. Many times, if the behavior and reasons don't make sense to you, take a look at how the person is being rewarded, or the lack of rewards, and see if you can understand it better. This can also be the secret key to changing how people work, change their incentives. If you have seen examples of this working against you, or altering them to work for you send it in!
    Feedback:
    twitter - @deliveritcast 
    email - deliveritcast@gmail.com
    Support:
    Product Coaching and Consulting - seek taiju 
    Support - Buy me a Coffee 
    Links:
    The Agile Angle - Agile Team Reward System 
    Shane Parrish - The Power of Incentives: The Hidden Forces That Shape Behavior 
    Mike Bedard - Plato’s Allegory of the Cave 
    Art Bryne - What Incentives and Bonus Programs Best Support Lean? 
    Marty Cagan and Jon Moore - Transformation Defined 
    Rich Mironov - Product Waste and the ROI of discovery 
     

    • 22 min
    Degrees of No

    Degrees of No

    A reminder that *the* most important word for a Product Owner, is "No." There are so many different ways, places, and people that need to be told no that can really be difficult. What about if someone tells you no as well? Revisiting the idea of all the different times, reasons, and ideas that Product Owners can use to say no successfully with guest Jen Fields.
    Feedback:
    twitter - @deliveritcast 
    email - deliveritcast @ gmail.com
    Support:
    Product Coaching and Consulting - seek taiju 
    Support - Buy me a Coffee 
    Links:
    Jen Fields - LinkedIn 
    Bob Galen - Moose Herd 
    Deliver It Cast - E7 Prepare to say no 
    Saeed Khan - How to say ‘No’ as a Product Manager 
    Adam S - The Art of Saying No as a Product Owner 
    Dawn Ulmer - 7 Reasons why we don't say no and how to fix them 
    Sara McCord - 4 Completely Inoffensive Ways to Say "No" at Work (Because "Yes" Isn't Always an Option) 
    Leo Babauta - The Gentle Art of Saying No for a Less Stressful Life 
    Chris Voss - Never split the Difference 
    John Cutler - Mandate Levels
    Matt Barcomb - Who needs a Product Vision Anyway?
     

    • 55 min
    Storynomics

    Storynomics

    How often do Product Owners find themselves telling stories? Stories about our customers, teams, and problems faced by both. In this episode, I wanted to share some things I've been reading that help to understand how to listen, gather, and tell better stories. If you are interested in seeing how the best storytellers refine their craft and how PO's can learn from them, listen up.
    Feedback:
    twitter - @deliveritcast 
    email - deliveritcast@gmail.com
    Support:
    Product Coaching and Consulting - seek taiju 
    Support - Buy me a Coffee 
    Links:
    Robert McKee Books:
    Storynomics: Story Driven Marketing in the Post-Advertising World 
    Story: Substance, Structure, Style, and the Principles of Screenwriting
    Michael Tucker - Lessons from the screenplay 
    Sritama Sarkar - Is it necessary for Product Managers to love their products? 
    Ant Murphy - Why Product Managers Don’t Need Domain Knowledge to be Effective 

    • 22 min
    Budget-wise

    Budget-wise

    Sometimes you find a way to hack a problem so well, that it affects most other things you do as well. In this episode, I share a hack I tried out recently and changed my mindset about a lot of things, work-related and beyond. If you are struggling with planning, thinking, or executing something, try using a budget for it and see what happens.
    Feedback:
    twitter - @deliveritcast 
    email - deliveritcast@gmail.com
    Support:
    Product Coaching and Consulting - seek taiju 
    Support - Buy me a Coffee 
    Links:
    Debbie Madden - Your Agile Project Needs a Budget, Not an Estimate 
    Ramsey Solutions - 15 Practical Budgeting Tips 
    Ami Vora - It’s not prioritization until it hurts 
    EP51 - Accounting for PO’s 
    EP55 - Time Management for POs 
    Jeff Gothelf - 7 Things I've learned from two years working from home 
    Bruce McCarthy - How to Ignore Customer Requests 

    • 21 min
    Product Habits

    Product Habits

    What are some of the habits that product people have? After reading two books on habits recently, that thought kept coming up. This episode goes into the idea of Product Habits, those things that we do with our teams, customers, company, products, and ourselves. Andrew Stokzko joins the show to discuss his ideas and experience. Got a good or bad habit you want to share with us?
    Feedback:
    twitter - @deliveritcast 
    email - deliveritcast@gmail.com
    Support:
    Product Coaching and Consulting - seek taiju 
    Support - Buy me a Coffee 
    Links:
    Andrew Skotzko @askotzko
    Make things that matter - Podcast
    Andrew Skotzko - How to know if you’re interviewing at a product-led company 
    James Clear - Atomic Habits 
    BJ Fogg - Tiny Habits 
    Toby Sinclair - Tiny Habits vs Atomic Habits, Which should you read? 
    Sachin Rekkhi - Atomic Habits for Product Managers 
    Rich Mironov - Prioritization is a Political Problem as Much as an Analytical Problem 
     

    • 50 min

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