RE: [scrumdevelopment] Re: Product Owner and Pig
- Chicken doesn't mean you aren't interested and important to the results
of a Sprint. You can be very important to the Sprint, and important
source of information if they turn to you. However, you aren't the
people who look at the Product Backlog presented by the Product Owner
and who .... based on your best knowledge ... say that you will turn
that into an increment of functionality within the next Sprint. Also,
you aren't the people presenting at the Sprint Review if you are the
Product Owner; you are being presented to.
From: crk4beans [mailto:crk4beans@...]
Sent: Friday, January 21, 2005 4:15 PM
Subject: [scrumdevelopment] Re: Product Owner and Pig
I am new at this but my take on it is.. The "product owner" owns,
creates, prioritizes the Product Backlog. They also are the person
the team turns to if; they can not complete commitment, is the
Sprint still viable, or can complete more than they committed to and
want to add more Product Backlog to the Sprint. I believe these
factors make them, a PIG, the primary factor being prioritization of
the Product Backlog, that function is a person who is committed.
However during the 30-day sprint if no additions or subtractions
from Product Backlog come forth, functionally - during the 30 day
timebox, I view them as a chicken.
As I mentioned I am new at this and would be very interested in your
fed back on my viewpoint.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Ken Schwaber"
> How can the product owner be a pig if he/she doesn't have any tasks
> assigned to them and doesn't commit to the increment and Sprint
> Sounds like a very interested and involved chicken, but not a pig.To Post a message, send it to: scrumdevelopment@...
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