Product Owner

As a Product Owner, you’re concerned with maximizing the value your product provides to consumers, aligning teams to deploy in a timely and coordinated manner, and updating stakeholders about progress, among other things. You’ll probably want to create a product backlog and roadmap, collect ideas and other feedback from stakeholders and users, plan and track the delivered version of your product, and soon.
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Management of Objectives
Goal systems are about bringing people together around a common set of objectives. It isn’t about advising individuals on how to achieve a goal. We support a variety of goal systems and can connect them in meaningful ways, so we can link product development work and outputs to the business’s planned goals. We support the following goal-setting systems:
  • Key Results and Objectives
 Connect OKRs to Work Items, Scrum Iteration Goals, and SAFe Performance Improvement Objectives.
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  • All SAFe levels have PI objectives.

Configure iterations for all teams working on the chosen products.

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  • Support for Sprint Objectives
Sprint Goals, SAFe PI Objectives, and Scrum may all be combined in Restya.
Business Process Practices

Product Management

Because time and money are both limited, product management requires making decisions. We need clarity and knowledge to make the best decision out of all the possible changes and additions at any given time. Restya uses the following SAFe features to help organize the chaos, make informed decisions, and share and communicate them:
  • Product Roadmaps 
  • Connected & Automated Epic, Feature,  and Team Kanbans
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  • Product Entity with states
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  • Product dashboards offer significant reporting capabilities, either DIY or preconfigured.
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Management of Issues and Ideas

We can utilize Gemba walks to see how our goods are used and receive suggestions for what to add or improve if we’re near to the users. It’s a good idea, and it works, however, we can’t always be with each user at their location. As a result, digital solutions to collect ideas and comments are required. The characteristics of Restya that help with this are as follows:
  • To connect with stakeholders, use the service desk
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  • Collect ideas and/or feedback, and record the conversation or details
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  • For unstructured brainstorming or ideation sessions, integrate with Miro.
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  • Connect to product telemetry to create bugs, issues, and notifications automatically.

Management of work items and backlogs

Making modest incremental changes and swiftly obtaining feedback from them is what agile product development is all about, so we can learn before making the next change. We must keep an overview of all work and its higher-level work or aims, their status, and development, and view the work from many angles when we break the work down into little pieces. It’s about keeping track of the job, not the people. Here’s what Restya can do for you:
  • Every level of SAFe and more is supported by a work item structure.
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  • Mapping Out Your Story
  • Workflow phases before a sprint or before a program are called pre-sprint or pre-program increments.
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  • Items are shown in the List, Board, and Roadmap/Timeline views.
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  • A smart product backlog that keeps track of Epics, Features, User Stories, and Bugs so you can prioritize work across different types of work items.
  • Multiple techniques to prioritize or order your backlog are supported.
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  • Sprints and Program Increments are used to forecast or plan.
  • Notifications of changes to work items
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