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CHOW #125 – Case of Julie and Julia

CHOW #125 – Case of Julie and Julia

Julia is the Product Owner of a team named “Marine Care” and their products’ objective is to reduce the overall cost of ownership. While the TCO is well understood in many circles, this team needs to reduce the technology footprint that’s...
The Secret Sauce of an Effective Product Owner

The Secret Sauce of an Effective Product Owner

Product Owner from the scrum guide has two critical responsibilities – Create a good product backlog and continue to prioritize the work based on the customers/committee/ consumers. When I am coaching the product owners, my view is that while the product...
CHOW #115- Global Coaching Team – Is that a possibility?

CHOW #115- Global Coaching Team – Is that a possibility?

Gomathi is an Agile Coach for a globally distributed team on product development and maintenance that has a vision to improve platform stability as well as feature development required to improve revenue generated from the platform.   This team is organized into...
What’s Important – Breaking Silos or Uniting the Purpose?

What’s Important – Breaking Silos or Uniting the Purpose?

Whenever I speak to teams, there is always a sense of reliance on a handful of people in handling legacy code and understanding the system. One of the inside secrets within the software community is “It’s easy to develop code, hard to maintain and...
The First Six Steps in an Agility journey

The First Six Steps in an Agility journey

This blog post is focused on what steps senior leadership can take for their agility journey and where to begin. As one of the most popular idioms refer The first step is the most difficult part the journey I would say The realization that you need to take the journey...