Product Owners, Scrum Masters, Team Leaders, Product Managers.
What you will learn:
Product Backlog is a key artefact in efficient agile project management. Simplified description says that it is based on Product Owner being able to understand the customer wishes and translate them into the user story like backlog items for development department. But in case of company delivering products on open market the customer is a virtual entity, there are different players participating in the game: strategy management giving the long term directions, product managers with mid term vision based on their domain knowledge, external analysts providing "unbiased" market reviews, account owners representing existing customers, support department acting for user mass.
How we can distill all this input into a common backlog so it is well prioritized and powers the product increments planned for the sprint? Is it correct to put it all on shoulders of Product Owner, or is the Product Backlog directly shared across the organization, or is there a 3rd way?
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