Insights On Agile Practices For Adaptive, Collaborative, Rapid, And Transparent Enterprises
By Michael Wong
Is Agile the answer? Many teams and enterprises have contemplated this question as they embark on their journey to corporate agility. Some have succeeded spectacularly by implementing Agile with flexibility, equipping themselves with the tools to thrive in today’s ever-changing landscape. Others, however, have found success elusive.
Choose your WoW: A Disciplined Agile Delivery Handbook for Optimizing Your Way of Working
by Scott Ambler (Author), Mark Lines (Author)
Hundreds of organizations around the world have already benefited from Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD). Disciplined Agile (DA) is the only comprehensive tool kit available for guidance on building high-performance agile teams and optimizing your way of working (WoW). As a hybrid of all the leading agile and lean approaches, it provides hundreds of strategies to help you make better decisions within your agile teams, balancing self-organization with the realities and constraints of your unique enterprise context.
Doing Agile Right: Transformation Without Chaos
by Darrell Rigby (Author), Sarah Elk (Author), Steve Berez (Author)
Agile has the power to transform work–but only if it’s implemented the right way. For decades business leaders have been painfully aware of a huge chasm: They aspire to create nimble, flexible enterprises. But their day-to-day reality is silos, sluggish processes, and stalled innovation. Today, agile is hailed as the essential bridge across this chasm, with the potential to transform a company and catapult it to the head of the pack.
Introduction to Agile Methods
by Sondra Ashmore Ph.D. (Author), Kristin Runyan (Author)
Organizations of all shapes and sizes are embracing Agile methodologies as a way to transform their products, customer satisfaction, and employee engagement. Many people with varying levels of work experience are interested in understanding the architecture and nuances of Agile, but it is difficult to know where to start.
The Age of Agile: How Smart Companies Are Transforming the Way Work Gets Done
by Stephen Denning Author
An unstoppable business revolution is under way–and it is Agile. Sparking dramatic improvements in quality, innovation, and speed-to-market, the Agile movement has helped companies both large and small learn to connect everyone and everything.
Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time
by Jeff Sutherland (Author), J.J. Sutherland (Author)
For those who believe that there must be a more agile and efficient way for people to get things done, here is a brilliantly discursive, thought-provoking book about the leadership and management process that is changing the way we live. In the future, historians may look back on human progress and draw a sharp line designating “before Scrum” and “after Scrum.” Scrum is that ground-breaking. It already drives most of the world’s top technology companies. And now it’s starting to spread to every domain where leaders wrestle with complex projects.
Agile Project Management: Beginner’s Guide to Agile Project Management and Software Development (Lean Six)
by Stephen Denning Author
Many companies are choosing to move away from the traditional methods of project management. They have found that these methods are slow and rely too much on a set deadline and a budget, rather than actually focusing on the customer and what will work the best for them. The Agile method is a bit different.
A Scrum Book: The Spirit of the Game
by Jeff Sutherland , James O. Coplien, The Scrum Patterns Group
Implementing Scrum gives teams a collection of powerful ideas they can assemble to fit their needs and meet their goals. The ninety-four patterns contained within are elaborated nuggets of insight into Scrum™s building blocks, how they work, and how to use them. They offer novices a roadmap for starting from scratch, yet they help intermediate practitioners fine-tune or fortify their Scrum implementations.
Becoming a Scrum Master: Everything you should know to be a GREAT Scrum Master
by Anusha Hewage
About a decade ago, most people, especially those not involved in IT, knew nothing about Agile. However, fast-forward ten years, and almost all organizations and enterprises know a bit about Agile. Agile transformation has in fact begun in most organizations, but others are unsure about where and how to start.Most people who have experience with Agile agree on one particular thing: it is a better way of working.