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Bob Galen is President and Principal Agile Coach (CSC) at RGCG, LLC; a technical consultancy focused towards increasing agility and craftsmanship within their clients’ software projects and teams. He has over 30 years of experience as a software developer, tester, project manager and leader. Bob regularly consults, writes, and is a popular speaker on a wide variety of software development topics. He can be reached at bob@rgalen.com

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  • Broché: 252 pages
  • Editeur : RGCG, LLC; Édition : 2 (2 mars 2013)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0988502623
  • ISBN-13: 978-0988502628
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Apart from being an excellent compilation of most of the themes relevant to a product owner (both for certification and day-to-day issues), this book often contextualize the "advices", as opposed to many scrum/Agile pundits. I found its content much more realistic and sounding.

However, the book's layout could be better. The constant change of font, color and layout of the text to indicate citations can be annoying (at least for some readers).
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I was very glad to see this book printed in its second edition ... 8 novembre 2014
Par Chris H Waggoner - Publié sur Amazon.com
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As an Agile Coach I constantly refer my clients to Bob's book on Scrum Product Ownership. My first edition copy has been retired. It became very ragged and dog eared from all the times I've lent it out to those eager to learn more about the hardest role in scrum. I was very glad to see this book printed in its second edition and have since acquired multiple copies.

The book does a fantastic job explaining the day-to-day role, responsibilities and task performed by a product owner. The book takes a very methodical approach to product ownership introducing ideas and concepts to consider for both the novice and the experienced alike. The book covers all the basics of the product owner role and how it operates within the scrum frame work. However, the real value of Bob's material is his approach, which is practical, pragmatic and enlightening. No matter what agile framework your organization is considering or where your organization is in its agile maturity journey you should read this book. I've read it many times and with each new reading I'm left with many ideas on how to improve the role of product ownership for those whom I coach.
Provides fantastic clarity on being an effective Product Owner 13 octobre 2014
Par LovetoLearn - Publié sur Amazon.com
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My project recently adopted Scrum practises and the Product Owner role; however, beyond a one-day introduction to the Agile methodology and aggressive self-study, we didn't have a solid foundation on Scrum or Agile. I am assuming the Product Owner role in a surrogate context since our project is for an external client that has no Agile or Scrum background, but is keen to follow our lead. As a result, I was somewhat anxious about being effective in this role. I have been following Bob's blogs and articles for quite some time and upon seeing this book, I did not hesitate for a second to purchase it because I have always found his advice to be practical and logical and deep. I am incredibly grateful that I did because it gave me both the "big picture" and practical guidance on being an effective PO that I was desperately seeking. My book now has about 30 post-it tabs to mark pages that I consider key gems and at one point I was marking every other page and came to realize I simply need to read the book several times to help keep everything in memory. Ultimately one needs to be on a project and live through the experiences and specific team nuances to determine how to adopt your Scrum practices most effectively, but this book was invaluable in setting the stage for me and is continually used as a reference when I run into a "practice" issue and think, "what would Bob do"? I also really appreciated the real-world examples provided throughout the book since they provide guidance from a different, and again very practical, perspective.

Bob also continually explains "why" which adds another layer of depth and understanding to the material that I often find lacking in other professional texts. It is a very easy read but readers should have some basic background on the Agile methodology and Scrum concepts before jumping into this.

I have recommended this book to my manager and peers, and everyone has been impressed by this book. I believe that any member of a team that is or plans to practice Scrum would benefit greatly from this book since it so clearly conveys the complexity and criticality of the role that every team member needs to understand and respect in order for Scrum to work! I also don't believe that it is possible for "one" person to fulfill the PO role (which I consider to be the engine of Scrum), which is why it is important for all team members to understand it.

Also, there is no other book out there like this one.
Product management is a vital ingedient for really successful Agile teams at scale. Great advice. Easy to read. 18 septembre 2013
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I am an Agile Coach and ScrumMaster. I've been using Agile approached to software development since 1998. I think it is fair so say that Agile methods are now a mainstream approach. Teams are getting much better at delivering working software BUT I've come across a number of teams struggling to deliver software that is really valuable to the business and end users. We get lots of features but don't get the expected sales or adoption. So one direction to seek a solution to this challenge is to look at how we go about selecting the features for our sprint backlog. Some teams most probably need to get much better at managing the "Product" aspects of their work. I think Robert has written a great book for those who what to explore that dimension further. I found the book easy to read. It's filled with lots to great stories which enabled me to visualise the advice in the context of real teams.
The other theme in this book is how to scale Agile approaches. The book contains lots of good suggestions and examples of how to setup and collaborate with Agile teams at scale. Great book. Highly recommend.
Highly recommended !! 7 septembre 2013
Par Ram Srinivasan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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My personal gripe is that the roles and responsibilities of a Product Owner is not discussed as much as that of a Scrum Master. Product Owners usually get very little training on how to be a Product Owner (check out the number of CSPO courses vs. CSM courses in scrumalliance.org). Not that I will now stop my ranting, but Bob's book definitely fills a huge gap in the industry.

His book answers some of the pressing questions like "How do you align Product Strategy with your organizational strategy?", "How do you scale product ownership in an enterprise?", "What happened to the traditional Product Manager?" and "What is P.O's role in quality?" . He also has experts in the field of Product Management (like Rich Mironov) contributing their story. I find this incredibly valuable.

Regardless of whether you are just getting started with Scrum or if you are an expert, Bob's insights and real life stories will give you a different perspective on Product Ownership. I highly recommend this book to the Product Owners and leaders in the organizations that I coach.
The toughest job in agile explained... 30 janvier 2014
Par Cory Bryan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The agile methods are very widespread and several books talk about the different roles and styles of agile implementations. Bob's book is the best ( if one of the few ) that go into great detail about the role of the Product Owner. The 1st edition helped me understand not only the basics better, but the things supporting the role that you need to be aware of. This 2nd edition expands on that with a lot more examples, real world questions, and success stories that will inspire you to overcome the obstacles you are facing as a PO.

I highly recommend this book for anyone currently in the role of PO, or anyone interested in learning more about why the PO takes certain actions. I have lent this book to several co-workers and staff to understand story writing, road mapping, or any of the 4 areas that PO's need to understand and get better at for their teams.

This is with me ( in kindle form ), where ever I am and I make extensive use of it when I have issues that I don't know how to solve.
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