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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.

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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.

    Season 6 Q&A

    Season 6 Q&A

    Finishing up Season 6 with a Q&A session. Any/all questions on PO, Product, Agile, Podcast, anything really. Thank you everyone who stuck with the show through this crazy season with all the changes going on in your life and work.
    Feedback:
    twitter - @deliveritcast
    email - deliveritcast@gmail.com
    Links:
    PO Coaching and Consulting - seek taiju
    Douglas Squirrel and Jeffery Fredrick - Agile Conversations
    Joshua Kerievshy - Why are component Teams still so popular?
     

     

    • 29 min
    Speaking in Percentages?

    Speaking in Percentages?

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    [117] - Speaking in Percentages?
    When Product Owners start asking questions or talking about an activity, what type of questions do we ask? Are they open-ended, exploratory or curious ones, or are they binary quick answers with little to no requests for information? In this episode, we'll explore a small section of David Marquet's latest book and the implications it might have on how the PO's can change the way we search for better connections and data with our teams, customers, and products. Would it help if we starting looking for more probabilistic or percentage-based answers? Could we really make some impactful changes by rephrasing our questions?
    Feedback:
    twitter - @deliveritcast
    email - deliveritcast@gmail.com
    Links:
    PO Coaching and Consulting - seek taiju
    David Perira - Why many companies will never hire a good Product Owner
    Janna Bastow - Reframing backlogs and roadmaps for good
    David Marquet - How to Avoid Groupthink - Leadership Nudge 228
    David Marquet - Quality Questions - Leadership Nudge 214
    David Marquet - Leadership Is Language
    Gizmodo - What It Really Means When There's A 50 Percent Chance Of Rain

     

    • 29 min
    PO Maturity with Bob Galen

    PO Maturity with Bob Galen

    It's time for an updated look at a PO Maturity index. In this episode, Bob Galen returns to review the recent changes he made to his Agile Journey Index Maturity Model" and discuss why some of those changes happened. There's some feedback, some challenges, and some learning that we discuss along the way. Grab a sufficiently mature whisky and follow along. Maybe you and your organization can learn a thing or two about Product Ownership.
    Feedback:
    twitter - @deliveritcast
    email - deliveritcast@gmail.com
    Links:
    PO Coaching and Consulting - seek taiju
    Bob Galen - Twitter - Blog - www.rgalen.com
    Bob's Model - Scrum Product Ownership AJI
    Scotch Whisky - How do you define maturity in whisky?
    Jim, Kim, Bob - Organizational Agility Unleashed - Getting work done in an increasingly Complex Digital World
    Marty Cagan - Discovery - Judgment

    • 58 min
    Problem Depth with Ant Murphy

    Problem Depth with Ant Murphy

     
    How much time do you, as a Product Owner, spend thinking about your user's core problem? How much time does the rest of the team spend exploring ideas and different approaches to solving them? Why don't you spend more time doing that? In this episode, we talk with Ant Murphy about some of the reasons that we need to spend more time, effort, and energy on the depth of our problem-solving. What would it look like if PO's and companies did go deep on understanding, iterating, and experimenting more? Our products will be better for it, users of our applications happier with it, and business will benefit more from it.
    Feedback:
    twitter - @deliveritcast
    email - deliveritcast@gmail.com
    Links:
    PO Coaching and Consulting - seek taiju
    Ant Murphy - Twitter - Blog
    Ant's Sketch - "Depth of Problem"
    Joe Van Os - The Art of the Strategic Product Roadmap
    AilgeLeanLife - The 5 Whys technique – dig deep to find the root cause of any problem
    InfoQ - How Lean Problem Solving Increases Agile Team Productivity: a Mobile Applications Startup Example
    Alistair Cockburn - How I saved Agile and the Rest of the World
    Maryanna Quigless - PURSUIT: Framework for your next great product idea



     
     

    • 57 min
    Cognitive Bias

    Cognitive Bias

     
    The Product Owner's brain is a complicated thing. Some of the practices and patterns that we try to make it easier, can also cause us to miss some key elements or information. These Cognitive Biases show up in our shortcuts or established ways of thinking every day. It's important to understand, acknowledge, and find ways to counter those biases when needed. In this episode there are some of the main ones PO's might have themselves, see in others, and deal with during your work. Have one that you struggle with? Send it in.
    Feedback:
    twitter - @deliveritcast
    email - deliveritcast@gmail.com
    Links:
    PO Coaching and Consulting - seek taiju
    Very Well Mind - 10 Cognitive Biases That Distort Your Thinking
    Buster Benson - You are almost definitely not living in reality because your brain doesn’t want you to 
    PhD Insights - 4 Cognitive Biases Every Product Manager Needs to Combat 
    Gil Bouhnick - 84 cognitive biases that will help you design better-converting products 
    Brad Wray - Cognitive Bias Song 
    Jeff Payne - Why Setting Priorities Is a Core Agile Practice
    Savage Books - The Incredibles- Pixar's Dark Magnum Opus

     
     

    • 26 min
    BA to PO with Lisa Williams

    BA to PO with Lisa Williams

    A common career path when companies start to become more agile is Business Analysts looking to become Product Owners. Sometimes that's by choice and sometimes that is how the organization and teams first move towards using agile methods and practices. In this episode, we welcome Lisa Williams to the show to talk about how she went through that transition and how she has worked with teams and companies to move other BA's into the PO role. There might still be some places where BA's can work on agile or scrum teams successfully. Have any examples? Send them in.
    Feedback:
    twitter - @deliveritcast
    email - deliveritcast@gmail.com
    Links:
    PO Coaching and Consulting - seek taiju 
    Lisa Williams - @lcw927 - LinkedIn 
    Jacqueline Sanders-Blackman - The Yin and Yang of the Business Analyst and Product Owner Roles
    IPL - Moving from a Business Analyst to a Product Manager role
    David Pereira- The road from Business Analyst to Product Owner 
    Angela Wick - https://www.ba-squared.com/
    Simon Bates - Scrum in practice: the role of the Business Analyst
    Adrian Howard - Scrum doesn’t say…
    David Hoang - Zoom out of Zoom

     
     

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