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Coaching Agile Teams Epub 17 REPACK


Find out what works and what to avoid when introducing agile practicesto your team. Throughout the book the authors share their personalcoaching stories from experience with real teams, giving you insightsinto what works and what to avoid. Each chapter also covers hurdles thatyou and your team may face and what to do to clear them.




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Rachel Davies provides expert coaching to teams in Agile softwaredevelopment techniques, such as Test-Driven Development and planningwith User Stories. She has been working with Agile teams using XP andScrum since 2000. Rachel is internationally recognized in the agilecommunity, a frequent presenter at industry conferences worldwide, and adirector of Agile Alliance.


Find insights from the authors about what works and what to avoid when introducing agile practices to your team. Throughout the book the authors share their personal coaching stories from experience with real teams. Each chapter also covers hurdles that you and your team may face and what to do to clear them.


Lyssa Adkins described how as an agile coach, you can help project teams become outstanding at agile, creating products that make them proud and helping organizations reap the powerful benefits of teams that deliver both innovation and excellence.


The bundle includes my book The Agile Self-Assessment Game. This game is used by teams and organizations to self-assess their agility. With plenty of ideas, suggestions, and practical cases on Agile Self-assessments, this book will help you to apply assessments and support teams and organizations to self-improve. Comes with complimentary agile coaching cards.


  • Design Your Organization for Maximum Agile Success at Scale"[A] unique view of organizational agility. Cesario and Ilia first describe the [foundational] tools and vocabulary to think about agile enterprise-level change. The second section is a practical approach to adoption. It marries the foundational elements into a people and customer centric approach to change. The book is epic in scope ... but it manages to present a cookbook for agile adoption and change."--From the Foreword by Dave West, CEO, Scrum.org"Cesario and Ilia ... understand that a key element of successful change to being adaptive at scale is Organizational Design (OD)--and that OD is something senior managers need to own, master, create, and lead, not delegate. ... [F]ast delivery and learning isnt enough at scale. Without other adaptive OD elements in place, there might not be any concrete change. ... [A] wonderful book from two passionate people with years in the trenches involved in large-scale adaptive development."--From the Foreword by Craig Larman, co-creator, Large-Scale Scrum (LeSS)For Agile to succeed at scale, strategy, structures, processes, reward systems, and people practices must align with and reinforce each other across the entire organization. Creating Agile Organizations is about making that happen. Whether you're a leader, Scrum Master, or trainer, this book will help you use effective Organizational Design (OD) to achieve successful Agile transformation at the enterprise level. Drawing on years of experience scaling Scrum, renowned Large-Scale Scrum (LeSS) experts Cesario Ramos and Ilia Pavlichenko present proven techniques for use with any technology, in any large environment. In the context of a true systems-thinking approach, they provide specific solutions for challenges such as preparing and facilitating large-scale Scrum meetings, honing newly relevant leadership skills, and addressing challenges that cut across the entire organization. This book includes a library of tested tools for effective Agile leadership, including Product Definition Guides for describing any new product and a Feature Heat Map for designing teams and entire organizations.Organizing for adaptability, making strategic optimization choices, and choosing informed tradeoffs

  • Exploring and applying proven OD principles at the leadership level

  • Taking a birds-eye view of the activities most crucial to large-scale adoption

  • Coaching to make Agile transformation successful across your organization

  • Planning, designing, and facilitating Agile workshops that work

  • Preparing and launching highly effective, well-aligned Product Groups

  • Coaching teams and guiding product ownership in large groups



Coaching Agile Teams Is a Provocative and Practical Guide to Coaching Agile Teams. This book helps you to understand what makes a great agile coach, and how to create an environment where self-organized and high-performance teams can emerge.


Get BookLisa Crispin is a test proffesional at Pivotal Labs in Greater Denver.She specializes in showing testers and agile teams how testers can add value and how to guide development with business-facing tests. Her mission is to bring agile joy to the software testing world and testing joy to the agile development world. In 2012, she was voted by her peers as the Most Influential Agile Testing Professional Person, and given this award at Agile Testing Days.


Each level of a company should measure this to improve time to market. The cycle times of each agile teams user stories not only impact the TTM for the story itself (which should be independent releasable value) but they also impact the cycle times of features and ultimately epics. (Convert to whatever terminology your company uses)


We can measure our predictability by utilizing the throughput metric and specifically the variability of throughput. We can do this at any level, always starting with agile teams. As sprints are not meant to be 2-week batches, but instead a planning timebox to achieve small goals; we can deliver whenever we want throughout the sprint.


With case studies and real examples, this book helps you understand how successful teams implement specification by example, agile acceptance testing and behaviour driven development to bridge the communication gap between stakeholders and implementation teams, build quality into software from the start, design, develop and deliver systems fit for purpose.


David J. Anderson developed the Kanban Method over years spent managing and coaching Agile development teams at companies such as Sprint, Motorola and Microsoft by integrating Lean thinking with Agile principles and practices. Lessons in Agile Management collects over 12 years of experience in organizational Agile transformations.


Wrike is an award-winning collection of agile tools for project management suitable for teams of five or more. This highly configurable agile project management software allows users to customize workflows, dashboards, and reports.


Uncertainty is one of the few certainties in business. Zoho recognized the need for a tool that helps teams embrace change. Zoho Sprints is a product management tool that empowers agile teams to plan, track, and ship the best products to their customers. Whether you are a seasoned agile practitioner or just starting out, Zoho Sprints can fit your needs.


Zoho Sprints helps product teams maintain an organized product backlog and simplifies sprint planning. The drag and drop planning interface allows scrum teams to move work items from the product backlog to the sprint backlog with ease. In keeping with the pioneering spirit of agile, their Scrum Board is highly customizable.


Forecast is perfect for agile teams, as it ensures optimal project deliveries through an adaptive work process and workflow automation to save project managers time and maintain visibility on projects, tasks, and milestones.


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