Introducing Scrum in a company usually consists of the following steps:
- Having a Scrum Basics workshop with as many people from the company as possible to make sure everybody understands the new way of working and is familiar with the basic terms and artefacts.
- Working with at least one team operatively as a Scrum Master, to not just tell them about Scrum but to actively live Scrum with them. Usually this comes with the role of an Agile Coach for the whole company.
As a Scrum Master as well as an Agile Coach I tell Product Owners from my particular perspective how to fill their role appropriately. But now something changed: Recently I became a Product Owner myself. This experience changed my perspective on the work of a Product Owner significantly.
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