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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.

    EP100 - Retrospective & Questions

    EP100 - Retrospective & Questions

     
    100 Episodes of Product Owner goodness are wrapping up with a retrospective and open questions. So much to be thankful for, so much amazing information shared this season with great guests and I want to thank all the PO and non-PO listeners for tuning in and helping make season 5 better than ever. The retrospective board will be open for feedback and ideas through the end of 2019, if you have anything you would like to share or suggest please drop by.     
     
    Feedback:
    twitter - @deliveritcast
    email - deliveritcast@gmail.com
     
    Links:
    PO Coaching and Consulting - seek taiju
    EP100 Retro/Question board - Contribute here!
    Tim Ottinger - Q&A on Velocity, Part I  
    Chris Voss - Never Split the Difference ( Negotiating as if your life depended on it )
     

    • 35 min
    EP99 - Product Operations with Christine Itwaru

    EP99 - Product Operations with Christine Itwaru

     
    Something that Product Owners have likely seen a substantial amount of in the last few months is the idea of "ProductOps". It appears there is a big push and it's time to learn some more about what it is, how it could help, and understand how different companies are using the idea successfully. For that, we go to the Director of Product Operations at Pendo, Christine Itwaru. Listen in as she informs, educates, and helpfully answers questions about what this means for PO's.   
     
    Feedback:
    twitter - @deliveritcast
    email - deliveritcast@gmail.com
     
    Links:
    PO Coaching and Consulting - seek taiju
    Christine Itwaru - @christineitwaru on twitter
    Pendo - The Rise of Product Ops - ebook
    Pendo / Sara Estes - How to hire a product ops manager
    Product Plan / Shaun Juncal - The Rise of Product Ops: the New Discipline Powering Product Excellence
    Nir Eyal - What it takes to repair a toxic work culture
    Ron Jeffries - No Software: No Agile, No Scrum
    EP100 Retro/Question board - Contribute here!
     

    • 56 min
    EP98 - Multiple Backlogs

    EP98 - Multiple Backlogs

     
    How do Product Owners handle having multiple backlogs for a single team? That was the question from a listener and in this episode, there will be some strategies and tips to help deal with this rather common issue. You might also find some ways to better tend to your own backlog as well. Got any favorite strategies, send them along!
     
    Feedback:
    twitter - @deliveritcast
    email - deliveritcast@gmail.com
     
    Links:
    PO Coaching and Consulting - seek taiju
    Mike Cohn - Is It Time to Do Away with Scrum’s Product Owner Role
    Hilla Meller - Fuel and Friction: Five Behavioral Economics Lessons for Product Managers
    Ken Rubin - The Importance of the Product Backlog on a Scrum Development Project
    Perforce - Backlog Management: 6 Tips to Make Your Backlog Lean
    Anne Wiltshire - Reducing a backlog of work using lean
    EP100 Retro/Question board - Contribute here!
     

    • 24 min
    EP97 - Product Organizations with Josh Anderson

    EP97 - Product Organizations with Josh Anderson

     
    How do Product Owners, and other product people, fit into our company's structure? How does that structure work with the other parts of the organization to benefit your customers? In this episode, Josh Anderson joins from the Meta-Cast to discuss some ideas, questions, and thoughts around what makes a well-designed product org. It's especially relevant for PO's because we have a key role to play in how successful our teams, organization, and company will be. 
     
    Feedback:
    twitter - @deliveritcast
    email - deliveritcast@gmail.com
     
    Links:
    PO Coaching and Consulting - seek taiju
    Josh Anderson - nosrednAhsoJ on Twitter, www.kazi.io/
    Marty Cagan - What it Takes to Build the Right Product Team
    Marty Cagan - Factors in Structuring a Product Organization
    Rich Mironov - How to structure Product Management
    Roman Pichler - Empowering Development Teams
    Maaret Pyhäjärvi - When the No Product Owner Breaks

    • 57 min
    EP96 - Business Agility with Bob Galen

    EP96 - Business Agility with Bob Galen

     
    Lately, Product Owners and others have been seeing and hearing a lot about "Business Agility". What does that really mean? To help explain and explore the concept and what it means for PO's Bob Galen joins us once again to talk about his writings and experience with the concept and where it came from. It is always good to stay informed about topics that you might get asked about and be able to understand how to talk about the topic with others.    
     
    Feedback:
    twitter - @deliveritcast
    email - deliveritcast@gmail.com
     
    Links:
    PO Coaching and Consulting - seek taiju
    Bob Galen - @bobgalen on Twitter, www.rgalen.com, www.agile-moose.com
    What is Business Agility?
    Creating Business Agility
    Stephanie Ockerman - The Promise of Business Agility
    Solutions IQ - The 2018 Business Agility Report
    Mike Cohn - Why you should consider stopping sprint reviews
    Wired - Can good design save lives?
     

    • 58 min
    EP95 - Defining Done with Tom Schwendler

    EP95 - Defining Done with Tom Schwendler

     
    When Product Owners hear or when we tell anyone "It's done". What does that mean? Do we mean it's mostly done, or done except for a few things we haven't finished yet. Is that really done? Unlikely. It helps to define in simple terms what a team, product, and group means when they say something is done. That's where the useful "Definition of Done" comes into use. Teams help create and understand what done looks like for them. PO's then make sure when we do use those famous little words, we actually mean it.
     
    Feedback:
    twitter - @deliveritcast
    email - deliveritcast@gmail.com
     
    Links:
    PO Coaching and Consulting - seek taiju
    Tom Schwendler - https://www.linkedin.com/in/tschwendler/
    Tom Schwendler - The Importance of Sharing the Same ‘Definition of Done’ with Your Software Development Partner
    Ascendle - What the Heck is the Definition of Done?
    Leading Agile - Definition of Done
    Scrum Guide - Definition of "Done"
    Ilan Kirschenbaum - Definition of Done vs. Acceptance Criteria
    Troubleshooting Agile Podcast - Troubleshooting Checklists
    Jim Head - Great Product Owners in Agile are a unicorn.
    Dean Takahashi (VentureBeat) - How game user interfaces can inspire better tech products
     

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