Product and Program Management
Agile Product Lifecycle


Overview

This course focuses on the tandem play of Product Management and Program Management; and their interplay with the Product Lifecycle. As we grow beyond the focus on delivery teams, we must learn to use Agile for the Product Planning and Delivery effort also. This is not often taught or even understood and so some of the concepts here can be truly transformative.

Duration: 1 Day

Participants

Everyone involved in the Agile Team involved in the training:

  • Management
  • Product managers, product owners, business analysts
  • Designers
  • Developers
  • Testers
  • DBA’s
  • Technical writers
  • Project manager, scrum master

Pre-Requisite: Any 2-day Introduction to Agile, such as Agile Whole Team Training

Typical Topics and Activities

  • IAgile Manifesto as it relates to Product development
  • Product Management
  • Product Development in Agile
  • Minimum Viable Product
  • Definition of Done
  • Organizational Hierarchy
  • Value Stream Mapping
  • Creating a Product using Agile methods
  • Product vision
  • Empathy Mapping
  • Product Backlog
  • Hour-based Estimation
  • Relative Complexity
  • Feature Points
  • Planning Poker
  • Velocity
  • Release/Delivery Planning
  • Financial Planning
  • Product Planning in Agile

Product and Program Management

 
Product Management

This course covers the broader subject of product management within an Agile context. In some organizations, the product management work will be done by one or more product owners. In others, it will be done by a combination of product managers and product owners working together. It depends entirely on the number of customers and whether they are primarily external or internal.

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Agile Product Lifecycle

This course focuses on the tandem play of Product Management and Program Management; and their interplay with the Product Lifecycle. As we grow beyond the focus on delivery teams, we must learn to use Agile for the Product Planning and Delivery effort also. This is not often taught or even understood and so some of the concepts here can be truly transformative.

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