Deliver It Cast

By Cory Bryan

About this podcast   English    United States

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.
April 18, 2018
  Product Owners should always work on trying to become better. Looking for areas to improve, selecting a few and then working on ways to make them successful is a good skill and practice to incorporate into your daily work.  In this episode, we talk about why continuous improvement is so much a core part of the agile mindset and what PO’s can do to work through changing for good.   Feedback: twitter - @deliveritcast email - [email protected]   Links: PO Coaching and Consulting - seek taiju Willem-Jan Ageling  - Modern Agile terms ambiguity — making a mountain out of a molehill? Dave Grey - Updated Empathy Map Canvas Lean Kit - Continuous Improvement Defined Hakan Forss - Toyota Kata - Habits for Continuous Improvements Melissa Perri - The Product Kata  
April 4, 2018
  At some point as a PO, will you “miss” an ask, you might even actually miss something important. It might be a small part of a larger story or even a detail of work that is happening now.  How can you make sure that miss is not critical to the success of the delivery? In this episode, some of the strategies for reducing the chances of it happening and better ways to communicate what a perceived miss looks like will be covered.        Feedback: twitter - @deliveritcast email - [email protected]   Links: PO Coaching and Consulting - seek taiju Scott Ambler - Agile Requirements Change Management Elena Yatzeck - How to Control Scope Creep in Agile Spine Model - AFH 090: Walking the Spine Model Product Craft - The State of Product Leadership  
March 21, 2018
  When your product gets really big and you need to work with teams at scale, what options do Product Owners have? In this episode, Dave West joins the show to discuss the Nexus framework and what PO’s need to know in order to work in this type of scaled environment. We cover some of the basics that are detailed in the new Nexus book and look at other keys to keeping multiple teams coordinated and delivering value together.     Feedback: twitter - @deliveritcast email - [email protected]   Links: PO Coaching and Consulting - seek taiju Dave West - @DavidJWest Scrum.org Dave West, Patricia Kong, Kurt Bittner -  The Nexus Framework for Scaling Scrum: Continuously Delivering an Integrated Product with Multiple Scrum Teams https://www.scrum.org/resources/scaling-scrum Freakonomics - Here’s Why All Your Projects Are Always Late — and What to Do About It Martin Fowler - Revised Agile Fluency Model
March 7, 2018
  One of the hardest parts of being a Product Owner is to find the required balance between so many seemingly competing directions and demands. However, it’s best seen not as a battle of opposing forces but a connectivity of interdependent aspects. Between teams and customers, technical and business, high and low levels. One should not dominate the other. Finding that balance is one key that I have found for success and on this episode, let us explore what some of those items that require balance actually are.   Feedback: twitter - @deliveritcast email - [email protected]   Links: PO Coaching and Consulting - seek taiju Marion Eickmann - Keep the Balance - The Product Owner Roman Pichler - The Picasso Product Owner: Balancing Users, Team, and Stakeholders Hope Gurion - Why I Can’t Be a Good Girl and Good Product Leader James Womack - Lean Thinking: Banish Waste and Create Wealth in Your Corporation David Marquet - Turn the Ship Around!: A True Story of Turning Followers into Leaders Clarke Ching - Rolling Rocks Downhill: The Agile Business Novel that NEVER mentions Agile    
Nov. 1, 2017
  Hearing how other people are successful in the PO role is a great way to learn new ideas.  We’ve been lucky to bring a few stories forward and happy that more are wanting to tell their story.  In this episode, we welcome Laurie Nelson who’s done many different roles including Product Owner and Product manager, to share her story and experience.  This is also the last episode for Season 3. Keep learning and sharing and we will be back after a break.   Feedback: twitter - @deliveritcast email - [email protected]   Links: Co-host Post - Looking for a co-host Laurie Nelson - @laurielnelson - LinkedIn  
Oct. 18, 2017
  The best resource for Product Owners is Bob Galen's Scrum Product Ownership book.  It’s a great reference and source of information for how to do the role the right way. Its intent is a guide for beginner PO’s and a resource for more seasoned ones as well.  In this episode, Bob joins the show to discuss the upcoming changes for the 3rd version.  In it, there are some new areas, more stories, and more information that PO’s need to understand.  A great deep dive into why some POs struggle and some strategies to help along the way.   Feedback: twitter - @deliveritcast email - [email protected]   Links: Co-host Post - Looking for a co-host Bob Galen - @bobgalen - www.rgalen.com Bob Galen - Scrum Product Ownership - The 4 Quadrants of Product Ownership Modern Agile #13 - Issues with Product Owner role  
Oct. 4, 2017
  Moving from dev to Product Owner with your team is something that is quite difficult to do.  There are a bunch of new skills, hats, and behaviors you have to be ready to learn.  In this episode, we talk with Jamie Collins who has been on that PO journey for the last year about his experience and what he has been able to do so far. If you want to share your PO story with us please contact the show, we love having other people talk about their successes, learnings, and how they do the role differently.   Feedback: twitter - @deliveritcast email - [email protected]   Links: Co-host Post - Looking for a co-host Jamie Collins -  @jamieuka Darshana Sivakumar - How I transitioned from being a developer to a product manager at Amazon Uptal Vaishnav - Can the Principal Software Engineer Assume the Product Owner Role on a Scrum Team? John Culter - Fixing Quarterly Planning Dave Thomas - Agile is Dead  
Sept. 20, 2017
  Where should Product Owners look to engage with others in Product Discovery? The notion of not “knowing” what should be done can be uncomfortable or straight scary to a lot of people. However, the notion of learning more about our product and how our users can, and are already benefiting from it is a great topic to explore. In this episode, David Hussman joins the show to talk about his riffs on how great product teams make meaningful impacts and explore ideas.     Feedback: twitter - @deliveritcast email - [email protected]   Links: Co-host Post - Looking for a co-host David Hussman - http://devjam.com/   @davidhussman David Hussman - Products over Process David Hussman - Effective Product Discovery and Dude’s Law Henrik - Agile: Where are we at? Kevin Eikenberry - How to Respond to “We’ve Tried That Before”  
Sept. 6, 2017
  Should Product Owners be concerned about flow? Is flow a part of what a PO needs to focus on from time to time? That thought, and the response to it, initiated a deeper look into what flow actually is and if it’s something that we need to learn more about.  There are several different aspects to flow and in this episode, we’ll dive into them and see if there are ways that we can at least help.     Feedback: twitter - @deliveritcast email - [email protected]   Links: Co-host Post - Looking for a co-host Bob Marshall - 10 benefits of flow in software Johanna Rothman - Resource Efficiency vs. Flow Efficiency Marek Bowers - Creating Perfect User Flows for Smooth UX 3 Bottle Oiled Wheels Demonstration David Marquet - Creating Leadership and Engagement at Every Level Rian Van der Merwe  - The biggest mistakes product managers make (and how to avoid them)  
Aug. 23, 2017
  The Product Owner role is established in the Scrum Guide. The behaviors, activities, and definitions of what a PO is supposed to do come mainly from this 16-page document.  It’s amazing then how so few people, including Product Owners, have actually read it. If you are “Doing Scrum” then you should at least understand what the guide says.  In this episode, Tim Ottinger joins us to talk about the mentions of the Product Owner, what that really means, and we discuss if most PO’s do those things. Once you understand what it says, then you can talk about if you and the teams are following scrum or notscrum.   Feedback: twitter - @deliveritcast email - [email protected]   Links: Co-host Post - Looking for a co-host Tim Ottinger - http://agileotter.blogspot.com/   @tottinge Tim Ottinger - There is no such thing as a scrum development team.... Scrum.org - The Scrum Guide Agile for Humans - AFH 074: The Past, Present, and Future of Scrum IT Risk Manager - Fairness in processes and systems Steve Johnson - Why Your Organization Cannot Innovate  

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