Ana Pegan is a Product Owner at TomTom, a world leader in map and navigation products. She has over 15 years of experience in IT. During last 5 years, she was leading multiple Scrum teams, as Project Manager, Program Manager, Scrum Master and Product Owner.
In the course of her carrier Ana organized and assisted in transformations in most of the companies she worked in: transforming waterfall/traditional into ITIL and Scrum, Kanban and Scaled Agile Framework, both in service and product oriented companies.
She is holder of Scrum Professional, as well as both Scrum Master and Product Owner certificates in Scrum Alliance. She’s is passionate about delivering products people love.
Bojan Milutinović is a Release Manager at TomTom. He has 10 years of experience in IT industry. During last 6 years, he was leading multiple Scrum and Kanban teams, as Scrum Master, Release Train Engineer and Project Manager.
On his path to shaping future and transforming companies into a learning organizations, Bojan acquired knowledge in Scrum, Kanban, Scaled Agile Framework, Disciplined Agile Delivery and other Agilities.
He is holder of Scrum Professional, both Scrum Master and Product Owner, Management 3.0, SAFe Program Consultant, Kanban Management Professional, Agile Project Management and other certificates. He is passionate about Coaching, Gamification and Agile Metrics.
“Ensuring the biggest bang for buck”
As a Product Manager, you have a fixed team working on your product. Can you say that ROI is really under your control?
Capacity of the stable team will emerge over time, so the best you can do is work on the deliverables with the highest value for your customers and for your business.
As a team member, your team keeps delivering less story points per sprint than what they have committed themselves to. Is your team really failing or not? And how hard?
Looking into the percentage of delivered story points will only get you so far. You also need to understand how valuable the team’s delivery is.
In this workshop we will talk about some of the agile metrics that are designed to help both business and development to understand better what they are delivering. We will give context to measuring and comparing both relative business value and team’s capacity. This will allow you to understand if and where you should improve your delivery.