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Product Owner role summary

Great description of the product owner role.


What does a Product Owner do?

The Product Owner brings the business perspective to the software product being created and sustained into a Scrum Team. The Product Owner represents all stakeholders, internal and external, to the Development Team. Although a Product Owner is likely to have various strategic product management tasks outside of the Scrum Team, it is important that the Product Owner actively engages with the Development Team regularly and repeatedly.

The Product Owner assures with the Development Team that a Product Backlog exists. The Product Owner manages Product Backlog based on the product vision as a long-term view of the road ahead. A product vision captures why the product is being built.

Product Backlog shows all of the work currently envisioned for the product. This work may comprise initiatives, functional and non-functional expectations, enhancements, fixes, patches, ideas, updates and other desirements. If anybody wants to know what work is identified and…

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