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My suggestion is that you don't complain about an existing tool as the conversation opener. As you are anticipating, it's simply not a good place for a newbie to start. I suggest the following approach. Get some time with the relevant person. focus initially on how you are liking the firm, the mission, the people you working with, the product your ...


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Have you considered the possibility of doing a "skunk works" level add-on? Whenever I've found the kind of push-back you're describing I consider how much effort it would take to get fully off the ground and how much it would take to get it "pseudo" working. If you believe in the product, and you believe in the need to upgrade this product, then it might ...


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it is evident that he is upset mainly because I think he considers that developers are “lower” rank than he is I believe this is the main problem. You should have your Scrum Master talk to him about his position. Everyone on the team, including Product Owner, is of same rank and no one has higher authority than anyone else. I believe Agile is primarily ...


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First let me say that Product owner is the one who decide which story has higher priority, as a developer we give our prospective in release and sprint planning meetings but he/she is still the one who has final say in prioritizing the user stories. The reason is simple, he/she knows the business better. As an agile developer we gotta give our feedback and ...


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In Scrum there is no TL as official role, so let me first answer the question from a Scrum perspective. Everyone in the team can "challenge" a PO in order to get more information, but it is the PO who is responsible for deciding "what" needs to be done. It's important that the team trusts the PO's decisions about "what" needs to be done, and the PO trusts ...



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