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    Arto Kiiskinen

    Arto Kiiskinen

    Arto is a Leading Product Owner Coach with 20 years of experience in leading R&D activities both in large and small organizations, in many different roles. He is now committed to training and coaching product owners to become better at their work. He is also CSPO, PSPO, PSM, and ISTQB certified.

    From Arto Kiiskinen

    October 24, 2022

    Lazy thinking can undermine your Agile ceremonies

    Agile ceremonies require the team to use different thinking model. Wake up the t ...

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    October 18, 2022

    Solving the 7 most common Kanban mistakes that ruin your development

    The freedom you get by working in Kanban often leads to chaos and inefficiencies ...

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    October 13, 2022

    How your development team can solve any problem fast: A proven framework

    Development is mostly about solving problems. Use this 4-step problem-solving fr ...

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    September 29, 2022

    Product Owner – a side job or full-time work?

    The role of Product Owner is essential to product development. But it is often g ...

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    September 16, 2022

    The solution to your too-large backlog: A product wishlist

    Use a wishlist to keep your product backlog focused and manageable without disre ...

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    September 2, 2022

    Product Manager, Product Owner and Scrum Master - the what, why and how of product creation

    Your Product Manager, Product Owner and Scrum Master need to work together. Here ...

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    four persons working around a large kanban board

    August 4, 2022

    Silent backlog refinement meetings: a more effective Agile meeting

    How to prepare and run silent backlog refinement meetings - a great way to refin ...

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    April 25, 2022

    A good team is curious, and this is how you build a curious team

    Your team cannot be successful (or Agile) if it is not curious and always wants ...

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    April 19, 2022

    Superman in the team: make your retrospectives more exciting

    You need to hold retrospectives regularly, so make sure you don't bore your team ...

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