When is it time for a dedicated Iteration Manager?

What does an iteration manager do?

How is this different from a Product Manager or Project Manager?

The differences between a Product Manager and an Iteration Manager

How is this role different to a Scrum Master?

Does this need to be a stand-alone position?

So when do we need someone dedicated to this?

How on earth can I justify another full-time employee to do this?

From ‘What is a Software Bug’, by Testbytes

What if we train them and they leave? What if we don’t and they stay?

Sharpen your Product Engineering saw

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