Is the Product Owner an Anti-Pattern

Is the Product Owner an Anti-Pattern

Royd Brayshay
20th October 2017

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The role of Product Owner was first defined as part of the Scrum agile product development method. The current definition says – “a Scrum Product Owner is responsible for maximising the value of the product resulting from the work of the Development Team”. However typically this is a role that is much easier to talk about that actually do and here John Le Drew shines a light on some of the reasons for this and ask the Agile Yorkshire community for some of their experiences and observations.

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