Agile Project Management
- Agile Business Leadership, Book 2
- Narrated by: Barbara H. Scott
- Length: 2 hrs and 38 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 09-10-14
- Language: English
- Publisher: Sapir Consulting
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Launching Agile and SCRUM - the product owner as a change agent
Trust as a key differentiator in project and portfolio success
Unique never-before-introduced scheme - Agile is not alone - basics of JIT, Lean Pull, Local optimization Lean and Agile chronicles - receiving buy in from stakeholders
Everyone wants to use Agile while maintaining the Waterfall structure and reap the benefits of both. In Agile Scrum: The Agile Product Owner you will find:
Pioneering views on marrying Waterfall and Agile. Each implementation has personalized company specific aspects, the emerging solution is always proven to be somewhat different - learn the skills of empowering your product owner and the entire environment.
Terrific - Stop letting others tell you what to do! You know best and with the breakthrough concepts in this guide it will be easy for you to reap the benefits of both worlds and make the stakeholders happy!
Agile Scrum: The Agile Product Owner, Exciting Fundamentals - quick to implement.
Presented in an easy to follow case study! Meet Patrick and Naresh, Suzanne and others as they struggle and ultimately succeed and rewarded
Discussed from a multi - perspective view - unique voices from various points of view.
Integrated to allow you simple roll out across a portfolio! Concepts that allow an improved solution
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By Kevin on 02-11-15
started out ambitiously. faded and failed at end
this happen to be the second Michael Nir audible book I listened to today without realizing it. this book started out ambitiously - aiming to talk about agile, key competencies focused on the product lead , visiting several interesting topics like influencing, change mgmt, etc, and also how agile can and does at times work with traditional command and control organizations via a hybrid approach, which resonated with me as I had such experienced. however the last several chapters became a recital just rattling off difference SDLC methodologies, without any depth on them, which could have easily been left as an appendix as it didn't tie on to the book well. overall, 3.5 stars for strong substance in the first half, and weak content in the second half. narrator is female and did a good job, with plenty of enthusiasm in her voice that kept me engaged until the rattling SDLC chapter.
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