Episode 161: Agile Product Management with Roman Pichler

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Recording Venue: Skype
Guest(s): Roman Pichler

Host(s): Martin
In this episode, we discuss with Roman Pichler how Scrum impacts product management and how agile product management differs from traditional approaches. The topics covered include product owners on large projects and product owner teams, facilitating customer feedback through early and frequent releases, envisioning the product, and creating products with the minimum functionality. Enjoy!

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  1. map butcher » The missing ceremony | September 21, 2010
  1. ////how agile product management differs from traditional approaches///

    its really useful.. thanks dude

    @jtkim

    //The fact that Apple has an unusually devout and fervent community of early adopters and subsequent putter-uppers was obviously essential for them to pull that off ///

    I dont’ think so..

  2. jtkim says:

    Prioritising and finding a minimal releasable set of feature makes sense in general, but I think the example of Apple’s early iPhones are a rather untypical example. The fact that Apple has an unusually devout and fervent community of early adopters and subsequent putter-uppers was obviously essential for them to pull that off.

    Sorry if this is a bit tangential.

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