The Value Proposition Canvas is a tool which can help ensure that a product or service is positioned around what the customer values and needs. The Value Proposition Canvas was initially developed by Dr Alexander Osterwalder as a framework to ensure that there is a fit between the product and market. It was originated from Business … Continue reading Value Proposition Canvas
More than 85% of the farmers own farmlands below 2 hectares and have zero access to educational, scientific information. However, a remarkable 70% of these farmers now own mobile phones and can easily make informed operating and financial decisions with the help of the Farmrise app. The app successfully provides solutions to everyday farming challenges … Continue reading FARMRISE Case Study – Providing Argonomic Solutions To Farmers
Certification - the action or process of providing someone or something with an official document attesting to a status or level of achievement. Aspiring product owners/managers often are in a dilemma as to whether they should go for a Scrum product owner certification or not. If yes, then which one? As the market is flooded … Continue reading Why Scrum Product Owner certifications are not worth your time?
While business travel was down by 90% at the height of the pandemic, some companies saw business travel activity return to about 80% of pre-pandemic levels when restrictions eased over the summer (McKinsey) ZoomAt its peak, the firm counted more than 300 million daily participants in virtual meetings, while paying customers have more than tripled. … Continue reading Business travel in the post Covid world
Cognitive Bias As a product owner, are your decisions driven or affected by Cognitive bias? "A cognitive bias is a systematic pattern of deviation from norm or rationality in judgment. Individuals create their own "subjective reality" from their perception of the input." With years of experience there are beliefs and patterns that are stored in … Continue reading Random Thoughts – August 2020
A good Scrum Master helps the team identify improvements. Great Scrum Masters encourage their teams to be ADAPTIVE – George watts As Agile organisations, teams and team members, we must constantly question what could be better to continually improve. Agile retrospectives are an opportunity to inspect, adapt and improve our way of working. This article … Continue reading Facilitating Sprint Retrospectives