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FirstTechExecApr2014

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If you want access to PDF file for each of the two slide decks we used, contact Cassandra at Cassandra.Wagner@LeanAgileTraining.com .  (Note for public readers: These are only available to First Tech people.)

 

We ask the people in the CSM or CSPO course to read the following books (well, one is 16 pages).  You also may enjoy them.

Agile Project Management with Scrum by Ken Schwaber.

http://www.infoq.com/minibooks/scrum-xp-from-the-trenches

The Scrum Guide  http://agileconsortium.pbworks.com/w/page/23740731/Scrum%20Guide

We have recommended the Scrum Guide to you.  Only 16 pages.

 

You are certainly welcome to read here (this wiki), at my blog Agile & Business (see http://www.leanagiletraining.com/blog/), and at a special Yahoo group called AgileBusiness (http://finance.groups.yahoo.com/group/AgileBusiness).  Please also contribute, even if only with questions.

 

And, for the next month, you are welcome to a free copy of my book, Joe's Agile Release Planning

I sent you a URL to get the free copy.

Tell me or Cassandra is you need the link again.

 

We also particularly recommend:

ScrumDevelopment (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/scrumdevelopment)

LeanDevelopment (http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/leandevelopment)

The Agile2014 Conference http://agile2014.agilealliance.org/ in August.

The next ScrumGathering is in New Orleans.

 

See Agile Info, here: http://www.leanagiletraining.com/resources.html

There is a whole LOT of info on and "beneath" this page.  It includes: books, articles, blogs, yahoo groups, "user groups", etc, etc.

 

We recommend the articles to you.

 

Here are some other useful documents:

 

Prioritizing projects.pdf

 

Scrum-checklist-prio1.pdf

 

Joe's Unofficial Scrum Checklist

 

Favorite Scrum Mistakes (Recommended)

 

A list summarizing Scrum   This list is useful as a review. And maybe useful as a starting point for defining Scrum or Agile for your group.  (Recommended)

 

Suggestions: 

We place the highest value on taking action and getting real results.

Put what you think you know into action.  Now.

Find out what you don't know as well as what you thought you did. 

Find out what you need to know the most, at this moment.

Learn more (for a bit). Act more.

Learn-Act.  Get into a tight cycle.  Like a PDCA cycle.

 

We want you to pursue this with perseverance and aggressiveness, and at the same time patience.

 

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