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Everything You Want to Know about Agile by Jamie Lynn Cooke

Rs. 175.00

Author: Jamie Lynn Cooke

Features:

  • Language: English
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: BPB Publications
  • ISBN: 9788183334907
  • Edition: 2013
  • Pages: 200
  • Dimension: 21.5 X 14 X 1 cm

Description:

The book is written specifically to address the challenges of implementing Agile within the unique structures, constraints and culture of your organization. It describes Agile methodologies in clear business language specifically written for business professionals, providing you with the information that you need to:

  • Assess whether Agile is right for your department
  • Select the Agile methodologies and practices that are best suited to your work
  • Successfully implement these approaches in your department
  • Monitor and measure the outcomes.

Most importantly, this book gives you a range of strategies for aligning Agile work within the reporting, budgeting, staffing and governance constraints of your organization, which is arguably the biggest challenge.

Table Of Contents:

Introduction

Chapter 1. What is Agile?

Chapter 2. A Five Minute History Of Agile

Chapter 3. The Core Business Benefits of Agile

Chapter 4. Common Agile Methodologies at a Glance

Chapter 5. Who Uses Agile?

Chapter 6. Why Don't More Organizations Use Agile

Chapter 7. Is Agile Right for My Department?

Chapter 8. Delivering Agile

Chapter 9. Selecting the Right Agile Approach for Your Needs

Chapter 10. Using Agile Tools

Chapter 11. Measuring Agile Success

Chapter 12. Aligning Agile With Your Corporate Culture

Chapter 13. Managing Agile Within Your Existing Project Frameworks

Chapter 14. Budgeting For Agile Work

Chapter 15. Reporting On Agile Projects

Chapter 16. Establishing Agile Contracts

Chapter 17. Building the Right Agile Team

Chapter 18. Conducting Performance Reviews for Agile Teams

Chapter 19. Avoiding Common Agile Traps

Chapter 20. Expanding Agile

Chapter 21. More Information On Agile

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