Agile Principles: Unleashed

Agile Principles: Unleashed

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Author: Jamie Lynn Cooke

Book Title Agile Principles: Unleashed
Type Book
Date Published Sep 29, 2017

Author: Jamie Lynn Cooke

Features:

  • Language: English
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: BPB Publications
  • ISBN: 9788183334860
  • Edition: 2013
  • Pages: 372
  • Dimension: 21.5 X 14 X 1.5 cm

Description:

It introduces every industry sector to the Agile approaches that have dramatically improved the IT, product development and manufacturing sectors over the past two decades. This book clearly explains how the key principles of Agile approaches can be used to significantly increase productivity, quality and customer satisfaction in any organisation. Written in non- technical language specifically for business professionals, this book is an essential tool for anyone whose job it is to deliver high - quality results on time and to budget.

Table Of Content:

SECTION 1: A CASE STUDY..

SECTION 2: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT AGILE

Chapter 1. Agile In Nutshell

Chapter 2. Why is Agile So Effective?

Chapter 3. Why Don't More Organisations Use Agile?

Chapter 4. Agile Sounds Good, But

SECTION 3: 12 AGILE PRINCIPLES THAT WILL REVOLUTIONISE YOUR ORGANISATION

Chapter 5. Responsive Planning

Chapter 6. Business - Value - Driven Work

Chapter 7. Hands On Business Outputs

Chapter 8. Real Time Customer Feedback

Chapter 9. Immovable Deadlines

Chapter 10. Management By Self Motivation

Chapter 11. Just In Time Communication

Chapter 12. Immediate Status Tracking

Chapter 13. Waste Management

Chapter 14. Constantly Measurable Quality

Chapter 15. Rear view Mirror Checking

Chapter 16. Continuous Improvement

SECTION 4: MAKING AGILE WORK IN YOUR ORGANISATION

Chapter 17. Selecting Agile Approaches That Best Meet Your Needs

Chapter 18. Introducing Agile Within Your Organisation

Chapter 19 Using Agile Tools

Chapter 20 Expanding the Use Of Agile In Your Organisation

Bibliography

Author's Note On Agile Resources

ITG Resources