Tag Archives: product owner

Lessons from the Cupboard

As we continue to use Kanban and some elements from Scrum to manage our family life, I often experience learning moments that I can take back to my job of building software. What originated as a drive towards kaizen at … Continue reading

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Planning Poker for Personal Priorities

A few years ago I did my Certified Product Owner training with Boris Gloger. He showed us the value of using planning poker to estimate the priority of features for software development. This comes in especially handy in organizations where … Continue reading

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Owning the Work

As our use of Personal Kanban has moved beyond dealing with the mechanics of boards, cards and lanes, I’ve been pondering aspects of the Systems Thinking underlying Kanban and how they play out in a family context, as opposed to … Continue reading

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