Category Archives: Product Management

User Stories Don’t Belong in the Marketing Product Backlog

Yuval Yeret — December 8, 2018 Follow @yuvalyeret — December 8, 2018 Clker-Free-Vector-Images / Pixabay Marketing Backlogs in the Trenches When I work with my clients on Scrum in a Marketing context the discussion about the Marketing Backlog and how to move from a big bang marketing campaign to a more iterative approach via smaller … Continue reading User Stories Don’t Belong in the Marketing Product Backlog

Growing as a Product Owner: 5 Product Owner Maturity Levels

Robbin Schuurman — November 13, 2018 — November 13, 2018 The Product Owner role is implemented in organizations in various different ways. The responsibilities and authorities of Product Owners vary across organizations, departments, teams, and Product Owners. This can be explained to some extent because it is a role that people need to grow into. … Continue reading Growing as a Product Owner: 5 Product Owner Maturity Levels

Product Bundling Strategy: How to Get It Right

Derek Gleason — November 7, 2018 — November 7, 2018 It’s the early 1980s. You’re in charge of a fledgling ESPN, and you have two choices: Add more college basketball—you’re highest-rated programming—to the schedule. Stick with the skiing and billiards you’ve aired for years (because you couldn’t afford anything else). Which creates the more profitable … Continue reading Product Bundling Strategy: How to Get It Right