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From a Product Owner to a Great Product Owner [#ProductOwner #ProductOwners #AgileProductOwner #AgileProductOwners #ScrumProductOwner #ScrumProductOwners]

1. TRUST
2. UNDERSTANDING
3. IN-DEPTH KNOWLEDGE
4. DECISION-MAKING
5. CONFIDENCE
6. COMMUNICATION
7. PROTECTION FROM INFLUENCES AND OPINIONS
8. AGLE & SCRUM METHODOLOGY
9. AVAILABILITY
10. PRIORITIZATION
11. PRODUCT BACKLOG MAINTENANCE

1. TRUST
The full trust of the individual or group paying for a project and the ability to represent their needs

2. UNDERSTANDING
Fully understand and appreciate the business and problems they are looking to solve with the project

3. IN-DEPTH KNOWLEDGE
Has or can gain in-depth knowledge of customers and users’ needs from the software in development

4. DECISION-MAKING
Can make decisions, knowing what will deliver the most value for the project and the business

5. CONFIDENCE
Has confidence and can defend their opinion and stance, without being swayed by team politics or those who simply possess the loudest and most persuasive voices

6. COMMUNICATION
Has great communication skills.

7. PROTECTION FROM INFLUENCES AND OPINIONS
Offers protection for the Scrum development team from other influences and opinions.

Any decisions made that affect the work involved in the project should always be directed to the Product Owner.

8. AGLE & SCRUM METHODOLOGY
Fully understands and is well-versed in Agile and Scrum methodology, how projects function, their role and the expectations everyone else on the project has for them

9. AVAILABILITY
Readily available to the Scrum team every day and at every sprint or iteration and is there in person for all key events such as Requirements Management, Sprint Planning, Daily Stand-ups, Sprint Reviews and Sprint Retrospectives.

10. PRIORITIZATION
Can work effectively with the Scrum Master and the rest of the development team but is also able to ensure all members of individual teams are working at the items of the highest priority for each sprint or iteration.

11. PRODUCT BACKLOG MAINTENANCE
Able to make sure the Product Backlog is easy to follow and visible to all project team members and the business, so that everyone knows where the project is in the stream of time and what the next priorities are.

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