• Resources
    • SCRUM Guide
      • Introduction to Scrum
      • Scrum Roles
      • Scrum Artifacts
      • Scrum Events
      • Scrum Flow
      • Implementing Scrum
      • Best Practices and Tips
      • Common Challenges and Solutions
    • Agile Estimation Guide
      • Introduction to Agile Estimation
      • Agile Estimation Techniques
      • Factors Affecting Estimation
      • Agile Estimation Process
      • Using Estimations for Planning
      • Challenges and Solutions
      • Best Practices for Effective Estimation
      • Continuous Improvement and Adaptation
    • Product Management
      • Introduction to Product Management
      • Product Lifecycle and Frameworks
      • Market Research and Customer Insights
      • Idea Generation and Validation
      • Roadmapping and Strategy
      • Cross-Functional Collaboration
      • Product Metrics and KPIs
      • Product Launch and Marketing
      • Feedback Management and Iteration
      • Scaling and Product Growth
      • Product Management in Different Industries
      • Ethical Considerations in Product Management
      • Challenges and Problem-Solving
      • Professional Development in Product Management
    • Scaling Agile
      • Introduction to Scaling Agile
      • Foundations of Agile Scaling
      • Choosing the Right Framework
      • Leadership and Culture in Scaling Agile
      • Structuring Agile Teams
      • Coordinating Work Across Teams
      • Product Backlog and Release Planning
      • Scaling Agile Practices
      • Metrics and Performance Measurement
      • Addressing Challenges in Scaling Agile
      • Evolving Agile Maturity
      • Agile Project Charter

Scrum Roles

Product Owner
The Product Owner (PO) is responsible for:

  • Creating and maintaining the product backlog.
  • Prioritizing backlog items based on value and stakeholder needs.
  • Collaborating with stakeholders to define requirements.
  • Ensuring a clear vision and goals for the product.
  • Making timely decisions to maximize value.

Scrum Master
The Scrum Master's role involves:

  • Coaching the team and organization in Scrum principles and practices.
  • Removing impediments that hinder the team's progress.
  • Facilitating Scrum events and ensuring they're effective.
  • Promoting a culture of continuous learning and improvement.
  • Shielding the team from external interference.

Development Team
The Development Team has these responsibilities:

  • Collaborating to plan and complete sprint backlog items.
  • Self-organizing to determine how work is accomplished.
  • Delivering a potentially shippable increment at the end of each sprint.
  • Ensuring the quality of the increment through testing and validation.
  • Cross-functional collaboration to cover all necessary skills.

Stakeholders include anyone with an interest in the project's outcome:

  • Providing input and feedback to the Product Owner.
  • Attending sprint reviews to evaluate increments.
  • Collaborating with the team to ensure alignment with goals.
  • Contributing to refining the product backlog.

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