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Being a Product Owner, Business Analyst, UX/UI designer or Agile/Scrum Coach

Digital professions

The role of a product owner

To complete a project in an Agile methodological environment successfully, a product owner will need to work effectively with Agile coaches/Scrum masters, UX/UI professionals and business analysts.

The product owner is responsible for successfully completing a project and maximising the product’s value over time and within the budget allocated to its development. He works directly with the professionals and his sales manager to ensure the project’s successful completion and operational viability.

Your responsibilities

  • Defining the product vision and its offshoots over time
  • Defining and guaranteeing the product’s development schedule and budget
  • Taking decisions concerning the product
  • Managing the relationship with stakeholders (including sponsors) and product communication
  • Taking part in various Agile procedures
  • Setting up, maintaining and prioritising the product backlog
  • Working with the Scrum master and the business analyst, particularly to ensure the project’s smooth progress.

Your experience and training

You have a background of 4-5 years in engineering or business school, IT or an equivalent university qualification and spent at least 3 years, 2 of them as a product owner, head of a digital project, product manager or consultant in a major group, a start-up or consultancy firm.

Your expertise

Dynamism, excellent interpersonal skills, being a good listener, organiser and planner, paying attention to detail and an ability to prioritise, without overlooking team spirit are the qualities Infotel looks for in product owners.

Strong leadership and teamwork, excellent communication and teaching skills, curiosity, decision-making and the ability to manage conflicts are also essential.

The role of a business analyst

To complete a project in an Agile methodological environment successfully, a business analyst will need to work effectively with product owners, UX/UI professionals and Agile coaches/Scrum masters.

The business analyst examines the process by which information and strategies used for day-to-day decision-making is associated with the project to assess its efficiency and make any necessary adjustments.

Your responsibilities

  • Anticipating functional/technical/technological issues and constraints associated with the product and finding ways of upgrading the backlog
  • Informing and advising the product owner as to the technical feasibility following analysis and taking part in decision-making
  • Defining criteria for accepting user stories and their technical/technological aspects
  • Drawing up the test strategy
  • Contributing to change management
  • Preparing responses to calls for tender
  • Overseeing transformation and project programmes: opportunity studies, audits, benchmarks and best practice identification, summary of needs and presentation of recommendations.

Your experience

You will have a background of 4-5 years in engineering or business school, IT or an equivalent university qualification and spent at least 3 years as a MOA project manager, architect or IT specialist in a major group, start-up or consulting firm.

Your expertise

You will have good analytical skills and perseverance in finding solutions.
Dynamism, excellent interpersonal and communication skills, organisational proficiency, attention to detail and an ability to prioritise without overlooking team spirit are also essential.

The role of a UX/UI designer

To complete a project in an Agile methodological environment successfully, a UX/UI designer will need to work effectively with product owners, business analysts and Agile coaches/Scrum masters.

A UX/UI designer oversees creating user-oriented web and mobile services as well as designing routes and interfaces with high business/services added value to deliver a successful client experience.

Your responsibilities

  • Knowing our users: constant monitoring and analyses of client issues, trends, methodologies and new client uses;
  • Leading co-creation / co-design workshops
  • Drawing up user journeys (personas, experience maps, arborescence, etc.)
  • Creating prototypes and designing wireframes (Axure, Sketch)
  • Carrying out user tests (design, administration and results analysis).

Your experience and training

You will have a background of 4-5 years in engineering or business school, IT or an equivalent university qualification and an MA in interface/UX design ergonomics (design school or university).

You will also have 2 years’ experience working on complex client issues, web and mobile e-commerce for key accounts as a UX designer, in a digital services agency (DSA).

Your expertise

You will be intellectually curious with excellent communication, skills, the ability to lead workshops and operate autonomously or work within a team. Pro-activity and and responsiveness are also essential qualities.

The role of Agile coaches/Scrum masters

To complete a project in an Agile methodological environment successfully, an Agile coach/Scrum master will need to work effectively with product owners, UX/UI professionals and business analysts.

During a product’s development stage, a Scrum master/Agile coach, is responsible for helping the team to work independently and constantly improve its performance. This approach ensures smooth application of the process, in this case, Scrum.

Your experience and training

You have a background of 4-5 years in engineering or business school, IT or an equivalent university qualification.

The Agile coach/Scrum master builds on an experience of at least 3 years, including 2 years as a Scrum master.

Your expertise

You will be able to respond swiftly while maintaining a positive and constructive state of mind and are adaptable.