Books

Coaching Agile Teams, Lyssa Adkins The book from 2010 is still a very good start in exploring ways to help your teams forward. It is not only aimed at teams but also at you, the coach, Scrum Master or manager. The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, Patrick Lencioni Although Patrick Read more…

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Agile Retrospectives, Esther Derby & Diana Larsen This is a practical book, written to continuously improve your development project. Based on the authors experiences in real world situations. Liberating Structures, Keith McCandless & Henri Lipmanowicz The last few years these guys have gained substantial traction with their development of getting Read more…

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The Machine that Changed the World, James Womack, Daniel Jones & Roos If you are new to Lean this is the book you could start from. It came out in 2007 and has great reviews. In an in-depth analysis on the automobile industry – based on Toyota of course – Read more…

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The DevOps Handbook, Gene Kim, Jez Humble, e.a. At a lot of organizations this book, from 2016, is the first book people read when moving towards DevOps. It is a solid work, combining insights from a lot of other pioneering IT professionals as well. If you are afraid it is Read more…

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The Age of Agile, Stephen Denning In his book Stephen Denning describes common pitfalls nowadays managers should avoid if they want to transform their organization into the new agile era. Management 3.0, Jurgen Appelo Provocative as he can be, Jurgen Appelo describes his thoughts and ideas for managers to become Read more…

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INTRO – How to find the most useful books in the immense collection of literature available? These are the reads that offer a great start and can lead you to new resources as well. The beauty of Scrum books is that they seem to age very well. SCRUM – a Read more…