Silicon Valley Agile Leadership Network (SV-ALN) hosted

Topic: Scaling Product Management/Owner Teams
Speaker: Rich Mironov
When: Tuesday, June 10th
Where: LinkedIn, Mountain View

Video recording and slides

We talked about the overlap and differences between agile product management and product ownership; failure modes at revenue software companies; and some organizational maps for scaling up product teams for large commercial offerings.

The Silicon Valley Agile Leadership Network (SV-ALN) is the Silicon Valley’s most active and largest Agile/Lean community. Launched in 2011, it has grown from 17 members to +1500 members. Its purpose is to evangelize and educate Agile and Lean skills to members as well as building our community to serve as a networking platform.

Members include agile coaches, scrum masters, executives, project managers, product managers, engineers, QA, designers, and many others from Apple, Adobe, Cisco, Comcast Innovation, eBay, Ericsson, The Gap, Good Technology, HP, Language Weaver, LinkedIn, PayPal, PG&E, Visa,, Yahoo! among many other large firms and start-ups.