36268RE: [scrumdevelopment] Any recommendations on tools for Product Owner?
- Jan 29, 2009
It would depend on the product you are building and your corporate environment.
Here is what I use:
1. Clear reporting of business metrics through a custom built web based software for Analysis - MOST IMPORTANT
2. Corporate Email from Google, as this keeps me mobile [their search works like a dream] - and I read each and every email that comes on support
3. MS-office [Word/ Excel/ PowerPoint]/ Google Docs
4. Whiteboards for quick discussions and pasting stories for next sprint/ sprint discussion
5. Google Alerts to keep track of industry trends and coverage
6. RSS feeds to keep updated from thought leaders in technology and domain
7. VSS to make textual changes in web application myself
8. MS-SQL Server querying for ad-hoc analysis
9. I use Survey Monkey for some surveys sometimes
10. I am trying to learn Fitnesse too
11. You also need a tool to give you infinite patience to explain business context again and again :)
Hope that helps!
--- On Fri, 1/30/09, Roy Morien <roymorien@...> wrote:
From: Roy Morien <roymorien@...>
Subject: RE: [scrumdevelopment] Any recommendations on tools for Product Owner?
Date: Friday, January 30, 2009, 10:25 AM
Yeah, that too!
> To: scrumdevelopment@ yahoogroups. com
> From: dmalloc@gmail. com
> Date: Thu, 29 Jan 2009 23:54:08 -0500
> Subject: Re: [scrumdevelopment] Any recommendations on tools for Product Owner?
> 2009/1/29 Roy Morien <roymorien@hotmail. com>:
> > Simplicity is a virtue. What is the Product Backlog? It is a list of User
> > Stories (or other statements of requirements, however called) with an
> > indication of complexity / difficulty / potential time consumption, stated
> > as Story Points (or ideal days, or some other measure of estimated effort,
> > however of called), and a level of priority.
> > So what is wrong with a simple spreadsheet? Each Product Backlog item can
> > have a hyperlink to a Word document in which more detail is stated, if that
> > is considered reasonable.
> or just use 3x5 cards and a shoe box and yes that still exists and I use it quite successfully :)
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