Preguntas de entrevista de Product owner

Un product owner es un actor clave en los proyectos de desarrollo según la metodología Agile. Suele ser la persona más comprometida con el resultado de un proyecto y la persona que dirige los equipos de desarrollo hacia la consecución de los objetivos clave. Los equipos que necesitan un product owner buscan a una persona que sepa crear una visión clara para el futuro de un producto, priorizar los objetivos y dirigir de forma satisfactoria al equipo con el fin de conseguirlos.

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Preguntas de entrevista más frecuentes para product owner y cómo responderlas

Estas son las tres preguntas de entrevista más comunes para el puesto de product owner y cómo responderlas:

Pregunta n.º 1: ¿Quién crees es el principal interesado en el producto y por qué?

Respuesta recomendada: Esta pregunta abierta está diseñada para averiguar si el product owner sabe quién es el público objetivo. Como product owner, tienes que saber reconocer quiénes son las partes externas interesadas y desarrollar el producto en función de esta información. Si bien cada una de las partes interesadas desempeña un papel fundamental en el proceso, también hay que interactuar con ellas y explicarles cómo contribuye cada una al éxito del producto.

Pregunta n.º 2: ¿Cómo mantienes informado al equipo acerca de la situación del mercado y los productos?

Respuesta recomendada: Como parte de la entrevista, esta pregunta abierta permite evaluar tus habilidades interpersonales y de comunicación a la hora de trabajar con un equipo en el desarrollo de un producto. Como product owner, tu función es asegurar que el equipo esté informado acerca de cualquier cambio en el mercado y de la demanda. Tendrás que asegurarte de que todos los miembros del equipo entiendan la visión que hay detrás del producto. Explica de qué forma mantienes informado al equipo. Describe la información que consideras más importante compartir con tu equipo y por qué.

Pregunta n.º 3: ¿Qué marcos de descubrimiento de productos has usado?

Respuesta recomendada: Esta pregunta abierta te brinda la oportunidad de mostrar tus conocimientos y experiencia con una variedad de marcos de descubrimiento de productos. Aquí puedes mostrar cómo determinas la aplicabilidad y eficacia de cada uno de los marcos y por qué los usas.

Principales preguntas de entrevista

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Jackson National Life
A un Business Process Owner le preguntaron...30 de julio de 2015

Many questions on scenarios related to position requirements.

5 respuestas

Did you study for any of the Assessment Tests? Thank you.

How long after the last interview did you wait for until they contacted you?

I got an email within a week

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Case Study Based Questions

4 respuestas

Any example? Was case study given in advance?

Yes it was given in advance and was discussed during meeting with founder

Yes it was given in advance and was discussed during meeting with founder

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Renovate America

How do you handle conflict resolution between team members?

2 respuestas

Interesting question for a Product Owner, I would generally consider managing the team dynamics (including conflict) as a key part of the Scrum Master role. Menos

In response to the inquiry above, the Product Owner and Scrum Master role at Renovate America are considered one role. It's obviously not ideal since these two roles are supposed to balance each other, but that is the current setup at the company. Quite a bit of responsibility for one role. The PO manages the backlog (feature prioritization) and runs all retrospectives as well. Menos

Merck

As a PO you met with two VPs who want their Biopham compliance documents in digital format. Describe how you would go about this in 10 minutes

2 respuestas

I would ask them what exactly do they envision being able to do when this work is delivered. This is my way crafting acceptance criteria and success factors. I would ask why the current way is not working, why the change now? If the ask seemed like a ton of effort, I would ask if the team could produce part of this request, what would be the most critical piece in order for the digital format to be useful. I would just listen for the messages not said directly suchas, if they really know what they want and why. Menos

Since the VPs want a digital version of their compliance documents, it is implied they have physical versions. I'd ask for a hard copy of the compliance document. Once I have a version in hand, I'd ask them what parts of the document tend to be the same doc-to-doc, and which parts change or require user input. Menos

RouteMatch Software

Did you have contact with [internal recruiter]?

2 respuestas

Yes, she emailed me about the assessment

How long did it take them to tell you you were not getting an offer?

Allstate

How much liquid capital i had

2 respuestas

With proof of my liquid capital.

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Devbridge
A un Product Owner le preguntaron...29 de septiembre de 2015

Tell me how to calculate the cost and release date for an MVP?

2 respuestas

MVP has to be defined first. Assuming you have a list of stories that are all groomed and sized, you can combine that with your estimated velocity of your dev team. This velocity should be based on a historical average. If you have roughly 100 points worth of stories in your MVP and you do 10 points of velocity a sprint, you should be done in 10 sprints. You then multiply the cost of the development per sprint (# of engineers @ rate) by 10. That's the cost, but you should charge your margin on top of that. Also, there's always "found" work so you should add 50% schedule slack so it really should take 15 sprints. Underpromise and overdeliver. Menos

MVP has to be defined first. Assuming you have a list of stories that are all groomed and sized, you can combine that with your estimated velocity of your dev team. This velocity should be based on a historical average. If you have roughly 100 points worth of stories in your MVP and you do 10 points of velocity a sprint, you should be done in 10 sprints. You then multiply the cost of the development per sprint (# of engineers @ rate) by 10. That's the cost, but you should charge your margin on top of that. Also, there's always "found" work so you should add 50% schedule slack so it really should take 15 sprints. Underpromise and overdeliver if you can. Menos

Forever Living Products

What would I do if time and money was no oblect ?

2 respuestas

How much do you want to earn and by when ?

Spread knowledge

Honeywell

1. How are you going to select one feature for the sprint cycle out of two features which are equally important. He asked me to explain the reasoning for selecting the one out of it. Example he gave me was while manufacturing a phone, between Gorilla screen and battery, which one do you select for the first sprint cycle and why ?

2 respuestas

For this, You can go with weighted priority technique where PO needs to consider the No. of customer affected with Gorilla Screen/Battery, The business improvement the feature generates, The cross or upsell it can generate, Cost needed to develop the feature compared to the revenue it is generating, Time to implement and complexity. If the product is existing then impact on other product line or other module. Rank each of them with number and prioritize with highest ranking. Menos

The above holds good for the scenario when product already exists. If you are building product from scratch, then you need to consider battery has highest priority, going with KANO model/technique to prioritize. It is the basic feature to run the mobile. Menos

Booking.com

- Why do you want to work for Booking.com? - Explain Booking.com's business model - How do you prioritise backlog items? - If booking reservations decrease, but CTR increases due to your experiment, what would you do? - What's the downside of running A/B tests too long?

2 respuestas

For the hypotheses presentation what did you do from a data point of view to prepare? I find that not having access to their quantitative or qualitative data is a big challenge in preparation for the test cases. Menos

For the business case, I used publicly available data as a resource. The purpose of the business case it's not so much about using 100% factual data. They just want to test if you're able to come up with the right data points that you need in order to solve the case. Approximations and assumptions are totally acceptable, as long as there's some logic behind the assumptions you've made. Regarding the hypotheses presentation, you have to come up with two A/B tests that you'd like to run on the website. These also do not have to be based on factual data. They could also be based on persuasion principles. You could just say "I hypothesise that adding animation to the search button on the yellow search box will imply urgency which in turn will lead more people to search and convert" Menos

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