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Geoff Watts - Scrum ​Mastery
The ​basics of being a ScrumMaster are fairly straightforward: At face value all a ScrumMaster needs to do is facilitate the Scrum process and remove impediments. But being a great ScrumMaster, one who truly embodies the principles of servant-leadership and helps move a team to the high performance levels possible with Scrum, is much harder and much more elusive. In this book Geoff shares a collection of stories and practical guidance, drawn from over ten years of coaching numerous Scrum teams that will guide you on your path to greatness. In this book you will learn: The skills and characteristics of great ScrumMasters How to generate, maintain and increase engagement from the team How to increase the effectiveness of the Scrum meetings, such as retrospectives and daily scrums. How to foster a more creative and collaborative team How to increase the performance of the team How to know when you are a successful ScrumMaster Scrum Mastery is for practicing ScrumMasters who want to develop themselves into a great servant-leader capable of taking their teams beyond simple process compliance.

Sarah Elk - Steve Berez - Darrell Rigby - Doing ​Agile Right
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 the huge chasm between their aspiration for a nimble, flexible enterprise and the reality of silos, sluggishness, and frustrated innovation. Today, Agile is being hailed as the essential bridge across that chasm. Agile, say its enthusiasts, can transform your company, catapulting you to the head of the pack. Not so fast. In this clear-eyed and indispensable book, Bain & Company thought leader and HBR author Darrell Rigby and colleagues Sarah Elk and Steve Berez provide a much needed reality check. They dispel the myths and misconceptions that have accompanied Agile's growth—the idea that it can reshape your organization all at once, for instance, or that it should be used in every function and for all types of work. They affirm and illustrate that Agile teams can indeed transform the work environment, make people's jobs more rewarding, and turbocharge innovation — but only if the method is fully understood and implemented the right way.

Alex Campbell - Agile ​and Scrum: Complete Guide
Management ​is understood in different ways by different people. Economists regard it as a factor of production. Sociologists see it was a class or group of persons while practitioners of management treat it as a process. For our understand management may be viewed as what a manager does in a formal organization to achieve the objectives. It is called bee by Mary Parker Follet: “the art of getting things done through people”. This definition throws light on the fact that managers achieve organizational goals by enabling others to perform rather than performing the tasks themselves.The writer emphasizes on the project management skills with a maiden introduction of “Scrum project management skills”. Author has briefed the differences between management methodology of Scrum project management and other project management methods.

Eric Brechner - Agile ​Project Management with Kanban
Use ​Kanban to maximize efficiency, predictability, quality, and value With Kanban, every minute you spend on a software project can add value for customers. One book can help you achieve this goal: Agile Project Management with Kanban. Author Eric Brechner pioneered Kanban within the Xbox engineering team at Microsoft. Now he shows you exactly how to make it work for your team. Think of this book as "Kanban in a box": open it, read the quickstart guide, and you're up and running fast. As you gain experience, Brechner reveals powerful techniques for right-sizing teams, estimating, meeting deadlines, deploying components and services, adapting or evolving from Scrum or traditional Waterfall, and more. For every step of your journey, you'll find pragmatic advice, useful checklists, and actionable lessons. This truly is "Kanban in a box": all you need to deliver breakthrough value and quality. Use Kanban techniques to: Start delivering continuous value with your current team and project Master five quick steps for completing work backlogs Plan and staff new projects more effectively Minimize work in progress and quickly adjust to change Eliminate artificial meetings and prolonged stabilization Improve and enhance customer engagement Visualize workflow and fix revealed bottlenecks Drive quality upstream Integrate Kanban into large projects Optimize sustained engineering (contributed by James Waletzky) Expand Kanban beyond software development

Jeff Sutherland - Scrum
The ​way we work is wrong: this is the solution SCRUM is the revolutionary approach to project management and team-building that is transforming the way businesses operate. Already adopted by world-leading organisations including Google, Amazon and the FBI, it has been proven to slash costs and working hours while simultaneously delivering staggering productivity increases of as much as 400-800%! What makes this possible? The fact that Scrum is based on the way people really work, rather than how they think they work. Taking an incremental approach, Scrum reduces team sizes and breaks down projects into short-term goals, allowing constant assessment of progress and an agile, adaptive approach to problem-solving. The improvements in speed and quality of work can be seen almost immediately. For the first time ever, Scrum co-creator Jeff Sutherland explains how it can be applied universally - information no organisation can afford to be without.

Zuzana Sochova - The ​Great ScrumMaster
The ​Great ScrumMaster: #ScrumMasterWay is your complete guide to becoming an exceptionally effective ScrumMaster and using Scrum to dramatically improve team and organizational performance. Easy to digest and highly visual, you can read it in a weekend…and use it for an entire career. Drawing on 15 years of pioneering experience implementing Agile and Scrum and helping others do so, Zuzana Šochová guides you step by step through all key facets of success as a ScrumMaster in any context. Šochová reviews the ScrumMaster’s responsibilities, introduces her powerful State of Mind model and #ScrumMasterWay approach, and teaches crucial metaskills that every ScrumMaster needs. Learn how to build more effective teams, manage change in Agile environments, and take fulladvantage of the immensely powerful ScrumMaster toolbox. Throughout, Šochová illuminates each concept with practical, proven examples that show how to move from idea to successful execution. - Understand the ScrumMaster’s key role in creating high-performance self-organizing teams - Master all components of the ScrumMaster State of Mind: teaching/mentoring, removing impediments, facilitation, and coaching - Operate effectively as a ScrumMaster at all levels: team, relationships, and the entire system - Sharpen key ScrumMaster cognitive strategies and core competencies - Build great teams, and improve teams that are currently dysfunctional - Drive deeper change in a safer environment with better support for those affected - Make the most of Shu Ha Ri, System Rule, Root Cause Analysis, Impact Mapping, and other ScrumMaster tools Whether you’re a long-time Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) or participating in your first Scrum project, this guide will help you leverage world-class insight in all you do and get the outstanding results you’re looking for.

Agile ​Practice Guide Ismeretlen szerző

Ismeretlen szerző - Agile ​Practice Guide
Agile ​Practice Guide has been developed as a resource to understand, evaluate, and use agile and hybrid agile approaches. This practice guide provides guidance on when, where, and how to apply agile approaches and provides practical tools for practitioners and organizations wanting to increase agility. This practice guide is aligned with other PMI standards, including A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide) sixth edition, and was devel-oped as the result of collaboration between the Project Man-agement Institute and the Agile Alliance.

Kent McDonald - How ​To Be An Agile Business Analyst
How ​To Be An Agile Business Analyst is about applying your business analysis skills in an agile manner. You’ll still see the term agile business analyst, but the agile here describes how you approach business analysis. This book helps business analysts be an effective member of a team working in an agile fashion. It explains how to add value to your team and how to apply your business analysis skills. It will help you understand how you can use your business analysis skills to make sure your team builds the right thing. Read the book to discover the five characteristics of an agile business analyst and how to adopt those characteristics: You are an agile business analyst when you consider your context so that you use appropriate techniques. You are an agile business analyst when you help your team focus on outcomes over outputs and use that outcome to define success and measure progress. You are an agile business analyst when you use tried and true business analysis techniques to build and maintain a shared understanding of the problem your team is trying to solve. You are an agile business analyst when you make sure decisions get made, whether you have the responsibility for deciding or not. You are an agile business analyst when you use short feedback cycles to learn about your users needs and adjust your product accordingly. How To Be An Agile Business Analyst also explains the roles and responsibilities you may experiences and explores the impact an agile approach has on a common business analysis process. How To Be An Agile Business Analyst helps you demonstrate to teams in your organization why they should have you on their team. At the end of the day, isn’t that really what matters?

Mark C. Layton - Steven J. Ostermiller - Dean. J. Kynaston - Agile ​Project Management For Dummies
Learn ​how to apply agile concepts to your projects. This fully updated book covers changes to agile approaches and new information related to the methods of managing an agile project. Agile Project Management For Dummies, 3rd Edition gives product developers and other project leaders the tools they need for a successful project. This book’s principles and techniques will guide you in creating a product roadmap, self-correcting iterations of deployable products, and preparing for a product launch. Agile approaches are critical for achieving fast and flexible product development. It’s also a useful tool for managing a range of business projects. Written by one of the original agile technique thought-leaders, this book guides you and your teams in discovering why agile techniques work and how to create an effective agile environment. Users will gain the knowledge to improve various areas of project management. * Define your product’s vision and features * Learn the steps for putting agile techniques into action * Manage the project’s scope and procurement * Plan your team’s sprints and releases * Simplify reporting related to the project Agile Project Management For Dummies can help you to better manage the scope of your project as well as its time demands and costs. You’ll also be prepared to skillfully handle team dynamics, quality challenges, and risks.