Successful product management is very crucial when moving from project-based organization towards product based organization in the Agile Transformation Journey.

Most product managers struggle to use the iterative, incremental approach to deliver product in Agile environment.

This session will focus on what you need to know to convert your Product ideas into meaningful backlog to provide early value to the customers


Outline/Structure of the Talk

  • What is Product Management?
  • How Agile product management differs from traditional methods/frameworks?
  • Agile Product Management Practices
    • Envision the product
    • Identify customers
    • Create and Refine backlog
    • Plan the Releases
    • Incorporate feedback loop
  • Stake holder management
  • Tracking your Business Goals

Learning Outcome

Understanding of key concepts for Agile Product Management which can be applied easily to deliver business value

Target Audience

• Product Managers, Product Owners, Leaders, Developers, Scrum Masters and all who want to learn Agile Product Management

Prerequisites for Attendees

Basic knowledge of Agile

schedule Submitted 2 years ago

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