When You Have No Product Owner At All

Because, when the discussions don’t occur, the technical group takes all the responsibility for the product: for what to build, when to build it, and for how to build it. And that means we have let the rest of the business abdicate all of their responsibility for their part of the product. That’s not the partnership agile promises us, nor is the transparency agile promises us.

(Full Story: When You Have No Product Owner At All)

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