Arne Åhlander
Certified Scrum Trainer, Aqqurite, Sweden

Arne is a Senior Consultant using Agile and Lean methodologies to improve management and product development for several larger software organizations. Arne has 16 years of experience from the software industry, to a great part in the area of product management where he have held several senior positions. He became one of Sweden’s first Certified Product Owners in November 2006. Arne is based in Lund, Sweden, and an active member of the SW Business Improvement efforts in Scandinavia. He holds a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering at Lund University, Sweden.


It is far too common for a newly appointed Product Owner to be left alone without any instructions or ideas of how to succeed than we care to imagine. The role of the Product Owner is different from traditional roles and in order to survive as a Product Owner new learning is necessary. In order to become a successful Product Owner you don’t only need a vision, you also need good tools, principles and practices.

In this session I will go through a number of principles, tools and practices that can help you to become more successful in your role regardless if you are new in the role or more experienced. After the session you will have a collection of principles, tools and practices to apply directly when returning home after the conference.

In this session participants will learn:

  • Different ways of creating and communicating a product vision
  • Principles to follow in order to become a successful Product Owner
  • Tools and practices suitable for a Product Owner

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