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Discover the benefits of persona creation, download our Radtac Persona template and review our simple user guide to using personas.
A persona is an adaptable tool that can assist teams to gain greater insight into customer needs and motivations whilst validating design ideas and product market fit. They work really well in product development as they are quick to create and offer a great level of alignment for teams. In fact at Radtac we have developed a template that will allow you to create a persona with ease, helping your teams gain greater customer insight to ensure they are building the right-thing as well as the thing-right. At Radtac we are both method and framework non biased which is why we can see the value of persona creation regardless of whether you are adopting methods of Design Thinking or Agile ways of working.
We are living and working in an ever more rapidly changing world, in this blog I will start to explore how organisations can do more with LeSS.
The SAFe Fellow achievement represents the highest level of mastery and leadership in the practice and principles of the Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®)
Lots of people that we work with struggle with Objectives regardless of their preferred delivery methodology or Framework. In this uncertain world we need to focus on outcomes more than outputs more than ever. The confusion can come from anywhere: too much detail, not enough detail, too many objectives.
What do I do if someone wants to change a Feature mid Program Increment?
This question gets asked all the time in my Implementing SAFe class because this will always happen in real life; this is not a theoretical question and as such we need to know how to deal with it.
Where is the Project Manager in SAFe®? Is a question that I always get asked when delivering Implementing SAFe or indeed Leading SAFe; it is at this point I pause, sit down and have a discussion with the class.
The first question I ask is "Can someone define a Project for me?"
Answer: "It has a start and a finish i.e. it is a temporary organisation".
In the final installment of articles looking at the role of the Product Owner and the System Team, we explore a common antipattern to watch out for and avoid, and closing thoughts with a quick win if you need to fill the role in a hurry. If you’ve missed the earlier versions, Part 1 that explored the System Team, the PO role and essential skills, and Part 2 which looked at where to find them and their development opportunities.
In part 1 of the blog, we discussed what the System Team is, what a PO for the System Team does and the essential skills for this role in relation to the System Team. Now we turn our attention, where you might find the Product Owner for the System Team, and no matter where you find them, that there will be some personal development needed to maximise their potential.