In this issue of the KBPUpdate I share some resources to help you figure out the right questions for your business analysis and product management.
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Socratic questioning applied to projects and product development relates to finding the real need by establishing a thesis of what your stakeholder thinks their need is (usually expressed as a solution). You then engage in a dialog structured as a series of questions in an attempt to refute or disprove the thesis and get to the actual need.
In this week’s newsletter, we take a look at the fourth product ownership model – one that includes a product manager, product owner and business analyst. As I mentioned in the post that described it, this is a variation on a couple of other product ownership models that separate the responsibility for product ownership to […]
Product responsibilities are split between three or more roles: a product manager and a product owner in the business and one or more business analysts who report up through IT.
In this product ownership model, product responsibilities are split between two people both from the business area, a product manager and product owner.