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Publisher's Summary

In understanding methodologies and agile project management, we look at the different techniques in which you can successfully develop management skills. As you know, it is quite important to adopt a multifaceted approach when it comes to management, to get your job done in a facile manner.

Agile methodology is a multifaceted approach that finds its application in many different fields and can be considered an umbrella concept. Right from engineering to IT to business management, there are many areas where one can effectively apply the ideologies of agile management. Once you go through the book, you will understand how easy it is for you to adopt and utilize it to enhance your business.

The agile management technique focuses on four main aspects, namely - effective communication with clients/parties, delivering a work application, collaborating with clients and changing up the scope of work.

All of these need to be controlled and managed in order to enhance productivity. That is exactly where this book comes into play.

In the course of this book, you will learn how to:

  • Understanding the iterative learning process
  • Learning about the agile software development techniques
  • The scope of management
  • Meaning and features of agile manifesto
  • Dynamic system development model and its applications
  • The phases of the Atern project
  • Understanding of the scrum theory
  • Sprint reviews and sprint retrospectives
  • Service designs and transitions
  • Service operations
  • Lean development principles
  • Operational level management techniques
  • Steps to enhance focus

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  • alain
  • 10-10-17

Not a good example of audio book...

This is too much theory written by synthetic thinking.
Very difficult to listen to... A bad base for narration.
You learn almost nothing the way it is told...
Try other books if learning is your purpose

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  • Jason
  • 04-04-18

Reading out numbered lists... Really?

This audio book seemed alright when it commenced however it soon descended into reading out numbered lists - for an hour or more! For example, “four point one, the reference number, four point two, the originator name, four point 3, the description, Roman numeral x, the method” and so on. I played a portion of the book to my colleagues at work who said “I don’t understand why you are listening to this rubbish”. They had a point. Any good points in this book were massively overcome by the excessive amount of numbered list reading which ruined it for me.

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  • Andrew M
  • 11-27-17

Torture

If you like listening to long lists of bullet points, then you should buy this "book"