Product Ownership

By Gov.uk

You know how to use a range of product management principles and approaches. You can capture and translate user needs into deliverables. You know how to define the minimum viable product and make decisions about priorities. You can write user stories and acceptance criteria. You know how to work with a range of specialists in multidisciplinary teams.

Level 1

You know about the tools, terms and concepts used to deliver a product. (Relevant skill level: awareness)

    Level 2

    You know the tools, terms and concepts used to deliver a product and how they can be adapted and applied to different phases of delivery. (Relevant skill level: working)

      Level 3

      You know how to apply tools, terms and concepts in a variety of ways. You can be flexible, consider new ways of working and adapt to change. (Relevant skill level: practitioner)

        Level 4

        You can start to define and create approaches. You know how to coach others. You can implement new ways of working. You are aware of what other sectors are doing. You understand what is most important and applicable. (Relevant skill level: expert)

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