So what is Agile product management? How does it link to Agile product development? And what are the product management roles and responsibilities in Agile?
- Agile – the basics
- Scrum – what it is and how it works
- Product Manager vs Product Owner
- Scaling Agile
- A guide to Zen Agile
- Discovery – tools to build market insight and customer empathy
- The Product Management/Agile fit
You may be working in a software company that has always used Agile product development approaches like Scrum. You might be encountering Agile for the first time and wondering what value it can bring to your business. Maybe you’ve been asked to take on the Product Owner role.
This page will give you a basic understanding of what Agile product management is all about and importantly, what it means to you as someone managing products.
Agile product development is now established as the dominant approach when developing software products. Whilst there has been widespread adoption and undoubted benefits, the traditional Waterfall approach is still used in a vast number of organizations. We want to sift the hype from the reality and help you talk sensibly about Agile.
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