As with everything else related to agile, the nature of the Product Owner role, and whether it is needed at all, depends a great deal on context. As teams discover this, it leads to some common questions:
- What do Product Owners Really Do?
- Do we even need Product Owners?
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Excerpt from Beyond Requirements discussing Outcome over Output From B2T Training blog
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