What does it take to be a Product Owner working in an Agile environment? Thomas presents an approach that will help develop the kind of decision-making capabilities necessary to move a product forward and evolve business analysts into effective Product Owners in the future.
Distributed agile software development is gaining popularity, and for good reason. While some might think that agility and distributed teams are contradictory, Endava has proved that it can work, and work well. This instalment discusses how to use domain knowledge as a catalyst to close the gap between the product owner and the team.
In this series, Thomas Behrens discusses how agility and distribution can benefit software development teams despite being seemingly contradictory. Part 2 examines the idea of considering skills rather than roles when staffing and managing teams.
Florin Manolescu and Marius Leatu discuss their experience with switching to a SAFe delivery model during a project, explain the measures they enacted in preparation for their first PI planning event and provide tips on how to make it all work in a distributed work environment.
In this series, Thomas Behrens discusses the challenges and opportunities of distributed teams. In the final part, he explores the appropriate use of established business analysis tools to improve an agile remote working environment.
Seth Clifford talks to software delivery experts Bogdan Tindeche and Vladimir Markovic as they share insights on distributed ways of working, discuss how they maintain clear communication and productivity with dispersed team members and offer advice for companies struggling with adopting remote work methods.