When you don’t know what features to have in your software product, that’s when organizations judge how powerful you’re as a Product Owner.
When you don’t have the statistics to back your idea up, it’s when you exhibit your organization how valuable your idea is.
And when you don’t know whether your idea is going to add value, that’s how organizations find whether or not you’ll continue to work as a Product Owner.
Creating Backlogs is much harder than accomplishing a backlog item, although both the activities count.
And that’s where Great Product Owners distinguish themselves.
So the question is: what would you do so that you’re distinguished as a Product Owner?