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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.

    Talking Trade-Offs

    Talking Trade-Offs

    Making decisions as a Product Owner is hard sometimes, mainly because each decision involves a trade-off. That makes people uncomfortable and hesitant since trade-offs are difficult to work through. You can't make everyone happy, and because you picked an option, that means the other choices won't happen. Such is life. In this episode, we'll go through that process of trade-offs, how to recognize them, make them better, and learn from them. PO's need to help your teams and organizations deal with these necessary sacrifices, big and small, so let's figure out how.
    Feedback:
    twitter - @deliveritcast
    email - deliveritcast@gmail.com
    Links:
    PO Coaching and Consulting - seek taiju 
    Annie Duke - How to Decide: Simple Tools for Making Better Choices 
    Erin Wilkinson - Using Product Principles to Guide Your Decision-Making 
    Tyler Sax - The Value of Making Smart Trade-Offs by Airbnb Product Manager 
    Mike Cohn - Schedule vs. Cost: The Tradeoff in Agile 
    Jeff Gothelf - Do OKRs Work with Jobs To Be Done?
    Ruden Ugarte - Data Driven Decision Making is an Oxymoron. Here’s Why 

    • 24 min
    Organizational Alignment with Janna Bastow

    Organizational Alignment with Janna Bastow

    When your organization isn't pointed in the same direction, it's really hard for a Product Owner to work effectively. You can end up in pointless discussions, working on the wrong thing, and lacking a focus on real customer value. How can we help our teams and others get aligned with the same goals and visions of the company?

    • 53 min
    [119] - Scrum Guide 2020

    [119] - Scrum Guide 2020

    Kicking off Season 7 with a look at the updated Scrum Guide that launched in November of 2020. What's new, changed, or removed that Product Owners need to be aware of. If you are following scrum that is. If not, maybe there's an idea or two to use in your own process.

    • 27 min
    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

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