At the beginning of his book Kanban for skeptics, Nick Oostvogels says “By listing the 5 most common arguments against Kanban and my response to them, I hope to help people in their Kanban journey and build great organizations that create amazing products.”
This book about Agile Culture is based on two major ideas: In today’s rapidly changing world, we need to unleash the talent of everyone in the organization. The combination of a culture of trust and everyone knowing and owning results is the foundation for innovation and motivation. As the Agile Manifesto values “individuals and interactions […]
In the preface of “Common System and Software Testing Pitfalls”, Donald G. Firesmith writes “You can think of this book as a catalog and repository of testing antipatterns: the pitfalls to avoid, how to mitigate their negative consequences if you can’t avoid them, and how to escape from them once you’ve fallen in. Like a […]
The goal of the book Eleven Breakthrough Techniques to Keep You from Waterfalling Backward is clearly stated in its first page: “Transforming from a waterfall-based methodology to agile is no small undertaking. This book is for people who may find their team falling back into old habits when the going gets tough or just because […]
Discover to Deliver is a book which aims is to help you to deliver a product that will please your customer. To achieve this goal, the book proposes a toolbox of techniques that are taken from multiple disciplines, from business analysis to software testing or product delivery.