I wrote earlier that one of the key ways to think about the role of product owners is to say that we stand on a bridge connecting the voice of the market with the world of the developers. My goal is not to serve as a barrier between the business side and the technology side;… Continue reading Questions on the bridge
This is not the usual topic I will blog about, but with the death yesterday (July 16, 2012) of author Stephen Covey I wanted to recommend his great book 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. I read quite a lot on a wide range of subjects, but this book is one of only a handful… Continue reading Celebrating great ideas
Just because I live and work in the world of software development doesn’t mean that everyone knows all of the words I use in these posts. So here at the beginning I wanted to give a brief definition of what I mean by some of the words I use. I’ll try to define other terms… Continue reading Defining some terms
A big part of how I see my role as a Product Owner in an Agile environment is to bridge the gap between the business and the developers. On one side of the bridge is the Product Manager, whose primary goal is to hear and relay the voice of the market. Her job is to… Continue reading Product owners stand on a bridge
So I’ve decided to start blogging. About life at the intersection of technology and finance. After 10+ years working with and for financial technology and consulting firms I thought there might be a few things I could contribute to the conversation. If this stuff interests you please follow my posts, post comments of your own,… Continue reading Hello world – my new blog.