Product Manager and Product Owner

The goal of Lean-Agile is to realize Business value quickly, sustainably, predictably, and with high quality.

It starts with understanding what is needed and why. The Product Owner role is well known in Agile. Product Management is responsible for understanding the Business drivers and relating these drivers to the multiple teams who are responsible for implementing them. Almost a decade ago, Net Objectives pioneered the translation of Business needs from Business stakeholders to Product Managers to Product Owners to the team. Our deep experience enables us to deliver training that is contextualized to your needs.

What Is the Agile Product Management Symposium? The symposium is a gathering of practitioners and consultants to learn more about Agile Product Management.  It is a flipped-learning style event. That is, before the conference there will be discussions and even a few videos to help set the stage. ...
The Product Manager in the Lean-Agile Enterprise course provides the Lean principles and business practices required for the Product Manager in the Lean-Agile Enterprise to realize the highest business value (ROI) from technology investments. It covers enterprise and program portfolios, release...
Lean-Agile Product Roadmaps is a two-day workshop which builds on the foundation of steering products by business value set in the Product Manager / Product Owner Essentials workshop. Participating Product Managers and business executives learn how to build a product roadmap based on the Lean and...
Product Manager / Product Owner Essentials is a two-day workshop which helps participants understand the roles of the business-facing Product Manager and the team-facing Product Owner. This workshop provides the Lean-Agile principles and understanding and skills needed by Product Managers and...
The Product Owner in the Lean-Agile Enterprise blends several technologies together in a breakthrough two-day course that gives the practices the business and entire development team need to define and prioritize and produce business increments of value. Software development is most like product...
A major challenge with requirements is misunderstanding them. The people who define, implement, and test the product all have a different understanding of what needs to be done. This misunderstanding begets waste, slipped schedules, and mistrust within the organization. This course teaches how the...