Congratulations! You’re a Product Owner now.
As the Product Owner, you are in charge of using these pillars to make sure your team works efficiently. You should: Share information about tasks Check progress to make sure tasks get done Manage priorities to keep everyone on track
In the next lesson, you will learn about how to start this process. But first, time for a little quiz. Which of these is NOT part of the PO’s job?
Think about it: Your team has looked at the topic list and you know what your E-Learning will be about. What should you do now?
How do you identify your Sprint Goal?
The Product Backlog is the key. Your Product Backlog is a list of everything you need to do in order to complete your course.
Once you have everything you need listed, your job as Product Owner is to start prioritizing. What step in this project can you complete in the next two weeks?
When you are clear on this goal, you can start breaking that work down into smaller pieces. These pieces become your Sprint Backlog.
There are many systems for tracking your Product and Sprint Backlogs. Trello and Miro are two popular options at DxH.
What is the difference between the Product Backlog and the Sprint Backlog?
Your team is hard at work. 👩🏾💻👨🏽💻 Everyone has tasks to complete. So how are they doing? Are you on task?
Which of these things is NOT true about Standups at DxH?
The Daily Standup will help you update your Sprint Backlog. Your Sprint Backlog is a living document. You can add, delete, or re-organize tasks if you need to in order to meet your objective.
For example. Let’s say that your team is working on a course in EdApp. At first, the top priority is creating graphics for the course. But then the people writing the course get stuck. They realize they need to find a subject matter expert to give them more information.
You can add ‘finding a subject matter expert’ to your backlog and move ‘develop graphics’ down to the bottom of the list.
True/False: Anyone can update the Product Backlog.
Way to go! Thanks to all your hard work your team has met their sprint objective. Now you’re getting ready for the Sprint Review.
True/False: Only Product Owners go to the Sprint Review.
Which of these things is NOT part of Sprint Review?
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