Re: [scrumdevelopment] Re: Why does Scrum has a role for PO?
- Hello, Peter. On Thursday, September 30, 2010, at 2:43:22 PM, you
>> But you said /product manager/. Yes, the /company/ might have aActually, I'd argue that they made sense all along ... :)
>> Product Manager. As you say, most do ...
> Oops! My mistake. So your comments now make much more sense.
>> ... what I see more often is that the Product Manager has manyYes, that's what I most commonly see as well ... this sets up an
>> outside responsibilities, marketing, sales interfacing, customer
>> contact, and more, which is already a full-time job. The result,
>> often, is that the PO job is too much for the real PM ... and again,
>> it gets delegated.
> Where does it get delegated to? I have mostly seen it in the development
> organization, rather than staying in the business organization....
inherent communications bottleneck and leads to trouble on several
If not now, when? -- The Talmud
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "gregc" <greg@...> wrote:
>You must have some great stories to tell. Have you ever written any of it down?Hi Greg, Thanks. No, I have not found the time to do any writing but it is certainly something I'd love to find time for.
(But then if I was really writing I wouldn't be able to start sentences with 'but' and end with prepositions. ;)