Mysteries of Product Ownership Lean Coffee

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Scrum Pulse

The Scrum Pulse series is a roughly monthly free webacast by Professional Scrum trainers addressing common challenges faced by the software profession.

This was the first edition of a Lean Cafe format, where we began with a poll to the audience, and started the discussion with the highest voted question.

Our moderator Mark Noneman guided three of my most respected colleagues who are Professional Scrum Product Owner Trainers ( Ralph JochamErik WeberHiren Doshi) and myself through an audience led discussion around the mysteries of product ownership.

It was a fantastic discussion, and it is great to see a new format introduced to the Scrum Pulse series.

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