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Good, clear overview of the practices and principles of Scrum. It is somewhat out-of-date now, as Scrum has progressed since the book was written, but it is still a valuable read. Great for showing people what it should look like and how it should work when done well.
Essential reading for Product Owners. Why do we use them and not estimated hours? This book will refresh you on these topics and help you become good at estimation and release planning.
Mike Cohn: What is agile and Scrum and Scrum described. Scrum Alliance: What is Scrum. Tobias Mayer: Essence of Scrum. Part two is here. Lyssa Adkins and Michael K. Professional Coaching. Laura Whitworth, et. Karen Kimsey House, et. It does not contain the Powerful Questions appendix. Coaching Agile Teams , Lyssa Adkins.
International Coach Federation Lists all accredited coaching schools and administers coaching credentials. Attractor Systemic Coaching offered in Denmark. Newfield Network Executive coaching school. Fernando Lopez: Antidotes for Team Toxins description note. Susan Scott: Fierce Conversations Because you have a lot of fierce conversations as an agile coach.
Might as well get good at them. Check out the section with starter agendas for sprint planning and other agile meetings. Our copy of this one has stickies all over it and coffee stains and worn out pages. Wonderful for new agile coaches. It contains tests and tools to help you become the kind of team member that creates astonishing results. Training from the Back of the Room , Sharon Bowman. Focuses mainly but not solely on the engineering practices, and supplies good overall context for creating an Agile organization.
The Lean Startup , Eric Ries groundbreaking book on bringing the Agile and Lean mindset to the entrepreneurial world, even in large organizations. Lean A3 Process , a problem solving process started at Toyota. Mike Cohn: Want Better Software? Mike Cohn has a very pragmatic approach to Scrum and writes in a very clear and succinct way.
Mike Cohn: Prioritizing Your Product Backlog This page has a downloadable version of slides we cover in class, and a video of Mike covering the material himself. Check that out. He is the master of this topic. These are a collection of serious games that tap into what customers, vendors, and partners really want and will really buy. David Rico: The Business Value of Agile Software Methods This book gives you all the numbers and formulas you could possibly want on why Agile methods produce more value than other ways of working.
The Leadership Circle Profile — a comprehensive assessment that helps you get a clear view into your leadership effectiveness. Michael Spayd is a certified facilitator of this profile and has the ability to administer it and help individuals and groups understand the results. Leadership in a Wiki World , Rod Collins. This book describes the 4 corporate cultures and gives a simple diagnostic tool to see which culture your corporation might be.
More comprehensive diagnostics for corporate culture and for your leadership-culturelink are also available from certified facilitators such as Michael Spayd. The Arbinger Institute: The Anatomy of Peace For helping you turn the ratio around so that you are spending much more time helping things go right rather than dealing with things that are going wrong.
Plus, great ways to get to the heart of conflict on your teams and within yourself. Steven Johnson: Emergence: The Connected Lives of Ants, Brains, Cities and Software Why agile teams are more like ecosystems than machines is explained with lots of examples in this book.
What worked for me: start with Chapter 8 then go back to the heavier science at the beginning. Change model theorists who have written many books: Darryl Conner, John Kotter. Tom Peters: Re-imagine! Business Excellence in a Disruptive Age This book is visually stunning and its content is powerful. It should get you re-imagining in no time. Peter Senge and others: Presence: An Exploration of Profound Change in People, Organizations and Society This one is a little academic, but if you like that or can wade through it the payoff is big.
Amazing insights. Bill Joiner and Stephen Josephs: Leadership Agility: Five Levels of Mastery for Anticipating and Initiating Change The leaders we need now are not heroes, they are synergists who bring the best out in everyone including themselves.
This book gives you a clear model of the levels of leadership in play now and where we are going with the new breeds of leadership and why we must. It helps you know which of these you currently have.
Management 3. Richard Hackman: Leading Teams: Setting the Stage for Great Performances While not an agile book per-se, all of the ideas in this book are applicable to coaching agile teams. Agile Resource Material. This page offers many resources to get you started in various areas and skills of the Lean and Agile Coaching Competency.
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I remember when I was a much younger coach. I forget exactly when it was, but a young man wrote a book called Scrum and XP from the Trenches and he made the PDF of that book freely available. And I made it a part of my coaching practice. I used to buy boxes of the book and hand them out to all of my new clients. I felt at the time and largely still do that it was one of the best books to start new teams with.
Last year I sent out a tweet that really took off! It was bit of a joke, mixed with seriousness and a tribute. It was also a homage to Henrik Kniberg who really started my agile journey. Scrum was easily accessible and something we could start to use almost right away. A few weeks ago I learnt that the book just had been published in a 2nd edition.
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The tricky part to agile software development is that there is no manual telling you exactly how to do it. You have to experiment and continuously adapt the process until it suits your specific situation. They also experimented with XP practices — different ways of doing continuous build, pair programming, test driven development, etc, and how to combine this with Scrum. LaunchDarkly feature flags enable DevOps teams to vastly reduce their mean time to recover MTTR from incidents and maintain high system stability. Learn how to make software releases, incident management, and infrastructure migrations seamless and safe.
Good, clear overview of the practices and principles of Scrum. It is somewhat out-of-date now, as Scrum has progressed since the book was written, but it is still a valuable read. Great for showing people what it should look like and how it should work when done well. Essential reading for Product Owners.
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