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Role: Business Process Expertise (BPE)

Location: Remote

Duration: 2 year contract



Share profiles with prior experience at John Deere or Monsanto or Syngenta experience. Or maybe Agronomy background (degree in agronomy...even if they are younger with less experience) only. 



This is for the Digital Ag Program.


This person will need experience working as a BPE Business Process Expertise or BA on an Agile Scrum Dev Team.



The Digital Ag Program (DAP), is a software application that Corteva's Agronomist used to help monitor how the seed fields are doing during the growing season.


Business Process Expert (BPE)


This is the target state of the BPE role, we realize that not all current BPEs are participating within their product lines according to this description and we will be working to reconcile those responsibilities and/or update the job description so that everyone’s role is reflected.


Client Business Process Expert provides product leadership to Client’s Agile Product teams through collaboration with both business and technology stakeholders.   


The Business Process Expert will collaborate with the Product Owner and ITBP to complete the Product Strategy Roadmap, including product value assessment. The Business Process Expert also helps transform and transition the strategic plan into a rolling product plan, which includes MVP and Product Life Cycle assessment. The Business Process Expert, in collaboration with the Business Product Owner, Engineering, UX, leads the Discovery and Customer feedback process to understand customer needs through primary and secondary research methods. They consult with the POs on needs, cost and return on investment, to understand the value proposition of the feature, which in turn feeds Roadmap and Strategy. The Business Process Expert will lead a collaborative discussion introducing Epics and Features with the delivery team, which enables the definition and prioritization of features as well as establish the market release timeline. The Business Process Expert will collaborate in an ongoing cadence with the Product Development Team(s) and UX to guide and provide feedback on solutions.


Key responsibilities:


Phase: Product Strategy, Health and Roadmap


•             Identify/define Capabilities that need to be enabled with ITBP and the PO.


•             Define revenue metrics and outcomes with the ITBP and PO.


•             Define the Product’s value proposition, functions with the ITBP and PO.


•             Identify the Target market with ITBPs and PO.


•             Lead the Discovery Process - deeply understand customer needs through primary and secondary research methods in partnership with PO, UX, Engineer.


•             Business Process Expert understands the Market Research outcomes.


•             Partner with POs, ITBPs to identify the POCs needed.


•             Partner with UXD, Engineer to do a POC with the customer to validate feasibility and risk.


•             Identify an off the shelf product (solution) available to meet customer needs instead of investing in development.


Phase: Mid Term Planning


•             Review White Paper/Business Use Case to understand the requirements and funding model and provide feedback to the POs, TPMs.


•             Define Rolling Roadmap for multiple years along with OKRs and KPIs.


•             Facilitate the definition of MVP.  


Phase: Epic and Feature Backlog


•             Define Feature needs, criteria in partnership with UXD and PO, at least 2 -3 quarters ahead. UX or Arch runway.


•             Engage in Customer-UX Canvass sessions to get feature details and identify enablers and runway needed.


•             Adjust/create Business Process Maps for L2s, L3 and Conceptual Design.


•             Facilitate discussions with the Product Team to T-Shirt Size and prioritize the features, identify release timelines in the rolling roadmap.


Phase: Pre-Quarterly Planning


•             Collaborate with the Delivery Leads to prioritize and identify Features that need to be picked up for the upcoming Quarter.


•             Rolling 4 quarter plan updates


Phase: Quarterly Planning


•             Be the SME in Quarterly Planning (or Big Room Planning) to help the team(s) with any questions/concerns/prioritization needs.


•             Guide the DL’s in requirements to match the business needs and requirements.


•             Be informed of the work being accepted by the team.


•             Flag risks if they see work not accepted if it poses a risk to the overall roadmap.


Phase: Build and Customer Engagement


•             Provide daily guidance to the Scrum team with regards to backlog prioritization.


•             Partner with Customer Success/Support teams to develop documentation and lead user education strategies


Phase: Analytics


•             Define, analyze, and report metrics that inform the success of the software solution.


Position Requirements:


•          Preferred Bachelor’s degree in information technology, business administration, or related field


•          Strong problem-solving and analytical skills


•          Strong communication skills and interpersonal skills.


•          Experience in Agile methodology


•          At least four years’ experience in a similar product role or within software development


•          Experience in Portfolio Management, Roadmap Activities a plus




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