Romain Rissoan

Product Owner Trainer Consultant

romain rissoan consultant formateur product owner

As a bilingual English-speaking Product Owner, Qualiopi consultant-trainer, I specialize in helping I specialize in helping organizations become more efficient and more efficient and effective in their product development process. development process. I have extensive experience of working with Product Owners to define product strategies, prioritize features and manage the the development cycle. My services include on-site and remote on-site and remote training sessions, workshops and consulting assignments to help companies create high-performance teams that meet customer customer needs within budget. In addition, I can provide hands-on coaching to ensure your team gets results results quickly. With my help, you’ll be able to bring your products to market faster and achieve success sooner than ever. In my time as a Product Owner Training Consultant, I’ve worked with a wide range of customers, from start-ups to enterprises. As part of my consulting assignments, I’ve helped teams to adopt agile methods and develop successful product roadmaps. Thanks to my training experiences, I’ve taught Product Owners the latest techniques for techniques for creating effective user stories and managing complex complex product portfolios. My knowledge base, combined with years of experience, will help you take your team to the next level in no time. in no time.

I’m passionate about working with organizations to help them success with their products. If you’re looking for for an experienced Product Owner consultant-trainer who can provide you with practical support and strategic advice, look no further!

My content as a Product Owner Trainer

Product Owner in brief

The Product Owner’s missions are both operational and strategic. Real conductor, manager accustomed to the Agile method, the PO will coordinate all of the development and sales teams, so as to properly integrate the business strategy and commercial issues. Operationally, the PO works on the design and testing of new features to improve the product. This follow-up involves the development of a schedule, the use of a backlog (list order of tasks to be carried out for the development of a product) or even respecting deadlines for deliverables.

The PO must also have an overview of the project, to ensure that it corresponds well to the vision of the company. Detect the user issues and find solutions to need.

Creativity & Freedom Teamwork & Relational

Knowing how to challenge people and subjects alike Flexibility and adaptability Respect deadlines Make decisions and know how to arbitrate Have good analytical skills

Jira: tool for monitoring different developments Trello: allows you to do project management

CRR: to collect and then analyze user data

We can say that the PO profession is still in its infancy in Europe. It is also often referred to as the “new” project manager web or IT project manager. Their mission is to manage the production of digital tools (sites, applications, software, etc.) in a highly organized organized way, breaking down the creative process into several small stages lasting a few weeks. Being at the frontier between business and IT, it enables the creation of bridges that foster a dynamic of co-construction between these two two very different environments. It is also often a vector for new customers and new markets.

As the regular comparison with an orchestra conductor underlines, the Product Owner links customers and technical teams (development, marketing and design).

Content of Product Owner Training

Why agility: new needs, motivations, a culture motivations, culture, principles, benefits? The Agile Manifesto and the 12 principles.

Its fields of application.

Scrum theory: empirical process, pillars, Scrum values. values. Artifacts: Increment, Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog, Definition of Done.

Global view of events and the notion of Sprint. Events: Sprint Planning, Daily Sprint, Sprint Review, Sprint Retrospective. Roles: Scrum Team, Product Backlog, Scrum Master, development team.

Qualities and skills. Relations with stakeholders.

Multiple mandates. Choosing the right Product Owner.

What is value? Elements to consider, ROI and ROI and TCO (Total Cost of Ownership). Kano model: categories, questions to ask.

Defining the vision: a model that formalizes the vision, the minimum viable product. Tools for defining value: brainstorming, product boxes, “remember the future”, personas. “remember the future”, personas, “pruning the tree”, etc. Product notebook. Requirements management: where to find them? traceability.

Define and maintain the vision. Release planning: different levels of planning, cone of uncertainty cone of uncertainty, story map, roadmap.

Managing the Product Backlog: different models for User Stories and acceptance testing, refinement. Technical debt. Participate in Sprint Planning. During the Sprint: be available, manage anomalies, monitor progress, etc. Conduct the Sprint Review: inspection, adaptation and feedback. Communicate progress.

Roll out the roadmap with internal customers or sponsors Define feature mapping and personas

How to prioritize Epics by business value and effort cost How to create a product backlog in a Scrum project? Evaluating the lifecycle of user stories Definition of done : agreeing on a todo terminé (DoD) Practical part in the form of a Serious Game: mastering the steps from from product vision to Story Mapping

Sprint Planning: what are the best practices for preparation and presentation Know how to run the planning and estimation meeting (planning poker)

Facilitating Sprint planning by managing the Product Backlog Identify your position between the Scrum Master and the development team development team Put customer feedback to work with the Sprint Review Organize retrospective meetings and ensure continuous improvement practices Putting indicators to work Panorama of collaborative tools for Agile teams Practical part in the form of a Serious Game: Mastering the steps from from product vision to sprint backlog

Apply collaborative work methods and tools Trello, Slack… Implement functional documentation methods: KISS principles KISS principles, use of themes.

Deploy effective facilitation methods: worldcafé, brainstorming…

My Product Owner Trainer FAQ

There is no specific route to product ownership. product owner. However, there are a few things that help you on your way. First of all, it’s important to understanding of the product development process. development process. Secondly, you’ll need to be able to articulate the product’s vision and what you want to achieve. To become a product owner, you need to have excellent leadership skills. This means being able to manage a team negotiate with other departments and make tough decisions. decisions. You also need to be able to communicate with your team members and stakeholders, which is essential for to succeed as a Product Owner. In addition, you need to be able to think strategically about your product, so that you can make the most informed decisions for your company. And finally, you need to be able to sell your ideas and plans so that so that everyone will follow your lead.

Successful product owners are able to understand their customers’ needs and see the big picture. They are able to anticipate future trends so they can decide how to invest resources in their business. They also also think long-term when making strategic decisions for their to remain competitive in their sector. industry. As a result, successful Product Owners are adept at to create value for their customers, while at the same time creating a corporate culture that attracts top talent. Because being a Product Owner is so demanding, it’s important that Product Owners love what they do. This means that they enjoy involved in everything from hiring to shipping their products. products. They also need to be passionate about what they do in order to successfully motivate their team members. The best product owners are also adept at networking with other other companies so they can learn more about new trends and industry trends and strategies. What’s more, successful successful product owners are good problem solvers, because they know because they know how to turn problems into growth opportunities for their company.

A product owner is responsible for a product’s success. product. He or she must ensure that the product meets the customer’s needs needs and that it is delivered on time. He or she must also be able to the product’s evolution and make decisions about which features to features to be added or removed. Finally, they must be able to be able to communicate with stakeholders on the status status and evolution of the product. Product owners are the people responsible for ensuring that a product or service that a product or service they develop meets their customers’ needs. their customers. Because they are responsible for all aspects of the product, they product, they must be available to answer questions and make decisions make decisions about its development. However, their work also requires them to oversee the entire process, and to gather gather information from a variety of sources. Product Owners have many responsibilities and must be prepared for a a lot of work every day. As a result, being a Product product owner is not a 9-to-5 job; it’s a 24-hour-a-day, 7-day-a-week 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, without interruption.

A product owner is responsible for communicating with his or her team team to ensure that they are progressing towards the right objectives. This means being available to answer questions and solve problems solve problems with his team. He must also ensure that team members understand what they need to do and when they need to do it. when to do it. That’s why it’s so important for a important for a Product Owner to know what his team is doing, so that he can intervene if necessary. He or she must also be able to communicate this information clearly and concisely, so that everyone knows what to do. what to do. If a Product Owner doesn’t communicate effectively, his team won’t achieve its objectives. team won’t achieve its objectives.

The product owner is generally the person who initiated the project or has the most knowledge about the product. In some cases, the product owner may be designated by the organization. If you don’t know who the product the product owner, you can ask around or look for someone or look for someone who is listed as a contact for the project. To find a good product owner, you first need to find someone who is in contact with customers and staff. It’s important that important that they understand what customers want and need. They need to know how to find out what customers want and need. need. That’s why it’s important that the product owner in contact with customers and staff. The best way to do this is to attend meetings with customers, ask questions on social networks and social networks, and interacting with current customers and users. If a product owner is struggling to do this, they may need to find someone else to fill this role.

The second skill that product owners need to have is to be objective and make decisions based on facts. This means listening to the ideas of different people and make an informed decision. They must be able to analyze objectively analyze different perspectives on a problem and make a decision based on these factors. This requires them to be a good listener so they can understand what people are saying. They also need to be able to think critically so that they can make make an informed decision on different ideas and proposals. Having a strong team will help them to do this, as they’ll have have people to bounce ideas off and get feedback. feedback. The third skill that product owners need is to be able to lead others effectively so that they can manage their team members effectively. This requires them to lead their team in a way that encourages them to work and achieve their goals. It also means that they need to know how to keep their team motivated so that they stay focused on their objectives. In addition, they need to know how to how to hire the right people so they can effectively manage the work of their team members. Hiring the right people will also help them to do this, as they can train their employees and help them grow, while remaining focused on their goals themselves.

The product owner is the person who is ultimately ultimately responsible for the product’s success. Therefore, it is important to involve him/her in the agile project so that he/she can provide input on the product’s vision and direction. In addition, the product owner can help prioritize features and ensure that the team is working on the most important most important. Product owners are responsible for planning and coordinating development of a product or service. They define the team’s scope of work, including the time it will take to complete a project. They also evaluate the success of each each sprint to determine which features should be priority. Product Owners are integral to the success of a project of a project, as they have a deep understanding of the user experience. experience. They can provide valuable input to developers developers in planning sprints and identifying bottlenecks in the bottlenecks in the development process. In addition, product product owners can help prioritize the most important and ensure that the right people are working on them. people are working on them. In short, Product Owners are essential members essential members of a project team, helping to create a high-performance product for their users.

The role of a Product Owner is essential to the creation of a high-performance product. because they are experts in what users want. of the product. He or she knows which features are most important to and can prioritize them when planning the sprint. sprint planning. This role is particularly important in agile projects because these projects are user-centered and iterative. They are flexible and adapt quickly to meet the changing needs market needs. Consequently, it is essential that the product owner respond as quickly as possible to users’ needs. needs as quickly as possible. That’s why he should be involved in these projects from day one, so that he can make the necessary adjustments.

The project manager is responsible for the overall coordination and overall management of the project. The product owner is responsible for the product’s success. The project manager may participate in defining the vision and direction of the but it is the product owner who has the final say on on which features to include or remove. In addition, the product owner is responsible for communicating with stakeholders stakeholders about the product. Product owners and project managers both play an essential role in the essential role in the creation of a product. However, the extent of their responsibilities may vary according to the context. The project manager focuses on the practical needs of the project, while the product product owner considers the business aspects. This has led to some confusion as to their roles, leading to debate debate over their relative importance. A detailed understanding of responsibilities of each role can help teams create a product successfully.

The project manager is responsible for the planning and planning the creation of a product. Their role is limited because they they have a defined scope and are not involved in the creation of the product. They focus on the practical requirements of the project, such as such as assigning tasks and defining deadlines. They also provide information on how each step is to be implemented. is to be implemented. The project manager is not involved in making strategic decisions on how the project should progress. progress. This role belongs to the product owner. The product owner’s role is more varied than that of the project manager. project manager. The product owner considers which features are are necessary for the product, and which features are desired by customers. They also define the requirements and work with engineering to create an optimal solution for their customers. This makes them essential in helping a team understand what its customers want and need. It also enables them them to prioritize the features to be included in the final product to meet their customers’ needs. The product is involved in every stage of product creation, from determining product, from determining how it works to defining its appearance. defining its appearance.
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