The changing role of the Product Owner in today’s world, where DevOps teams have scaled to enterprise levels
Product Owners are expected to have a perfect eye for how a product can realize maximum business value and for many years this has been the key to success for many Scrum & Agile teams.
However, in today's world, a sole focus on maximum value for software delivery is not enough anymore as leading organizations have started to use DevOps principles to deliver software fast and at high quality.
With DevOps going mainstream the scope of the Product Owner has to include operational and lifecycle aspects of the service/application that the team owns. So the question is; now that DevOps teams have scaled to enterprise levels, how does the Product Owner’s role transition with it and how can you upskill existing Product Owners?
Learn more about the changing role of a Product Owner, and how the DASA DevOps Product Owner addresses this skill-gap, in this exciting 45-minute webinar with Dimitri van den Broek and Sanjeev Kulkarni.
Speakers of this webinar
In this Webinar, Sanjeev Kulkarni (Product Management expert, www.productshaala.com and DASA Training Partner ) and Dimitri van den Broek (DASA Chief Evangelist), will explain how the new DASA DevOps Product Owner certification program empower Product Owners to the changing context, how to engage with stakeholders to find the optimal balance of (future) requirements, operational challenges and non-functional requirements.
About the DASA DevOps Product Owner
The DASA Product Owner qualification extends traditional Agile Product Owner programs and deals with the extended set of requirements that the Product Owner faces when teams start to take on both Dev and Ops responsibilities. The program covers the traditional Agile and Scrum concepts and capabilities positioned in a DevOps context. This program is ideal for new and aspiring Product Owners and for experienced Product Owners who are keen to understand how their role is evolving as a result of organizations applying DevOps principles.