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adana seyhan

As every year I visited my parents-in-law end of October. The river Seyhan is dammed creating a big lake with lots of cafe’s for weekend travellers. I took this photo while sitting in one of those cafe’s.

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Relationships of a good Product Owner – part #3

Why good relations inside and outside of a product organisation are key to the success of a Product Owner. In my first and second blog post on this topic I explained about the five key relationships of a Product Owner and studied them on four archetypal Product Owners Tom, Carl, Peter and Wendy. The system …

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Relationships of a good Product Owner – part #2

Why good relations inside and outside of a product organisation are key to the success of a Product Owner. In my first blog post on this topic I explained how important it is for a Product Owner to maintain five key relationships within and outside of his product organisation. In this second blog posts I …

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Relationships of a good Product Owner – part #1

Why good relations inside and outside of a product organisation are key to the success of a Product Owner. Scrum failures are common We all have seen failures in adopting Scrum in an organisation. And hey, it’s part of the whole concept to fail fast, use inspect & adapt and correct it the way you …

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30 coffees

Recently I had fun in taking photos of my cappuccino cup. So I decided to make a series of thirty pictures into a square. Looks kind of funny!

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spangles

spangles

In a series of iPhone photos with an attached macro lens I made this photo triptychon of spangles and used a filter for it.

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Agile Product Planning: Connecting Vision with Your Backlog

Why Product Owners must continuously bridge the gap between the strategic and the operational level of their product. In an agile product development organisation, the product backlog is the main source for planning your next few sprints. All feature teams rely on this prioritized list of backlog items. But a product owner’s responsibility is not …

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