What is the difference between continuous improvement and continuous innovation? Continuous improvement is learning from what we have done in the past and making deliberate beneficial changes to that ways we interact with customers, what we are creating for them, and how we work together to get things done. Continuous innovation is anticipating and predicting […]
In some environments they have limited access to the Product Owner because the PO has multiple duties and responsibility to the business and customers. In system language… Does that make the Product Owner a single-point-of-failure?
I can’t help look at the User Story as being a form of Value Proposition. Or re-framed, the Value Proposition being a company’s over-reaching umbrella Agile Epic.
It is so easy these days to just leave things online that are dated and unattended. Yet that can also leave a negative impression by nature of their staleness. Have you closed down things that are not serving you anymore – or you are no longer servicing?
One of the tenets of the Agile Manifesto is “Customer collaboration over contract negotiation”. I do believe this can be a good example of the greyness in the final statement “That is, while there is value in the items on the right, we value the items on the left more.” That you do need to address the issue of who owns what at some point and get that in writing.