FREE Ebook:Agile Anti-patterns
Your company is "agile". Or at least they are trying to be. They are currently in an agile transition or this transition was already declared a success some time ago.
But things did not get that much better.
- You hear things like Scrum is for micro-managers.
- There are still too many, too boring meetings.
- Bringing a feature into production still takes weeks or months.
- There still is a painstakingly high level of process, budgeting and planning.
- Life did not get significantly better for developers, managers, customers or operations
I know exactly where you are. That's why I wrote this book.
"If you're wondering what's so wrong with that Agile thing in your org, check this book out!"
Christoph Neuroth, Twitter
Many organizations get stuck somewhere along the way when they try to become more agile.
This is natural. It is ok.
It only becomes an anti-pattern when they stay there. When they do not get un-stuck again. When they think they reached the goal, declared success and stop improving.
"With this book, David offers you something truly brilliant: a deep insight in how he as an experienced agile consultant observes and fixes broken teams and organizations."
Markus Tacker, Twitter
This book gives you everything you need to spot and solve agile problems.
- Spot and Recognize problems and anti-patterns in your team and organization.
- Understand the root causes of those anti-patterns.
- Discuss problems and root causes within your team and management.
- Improve - find potential solutions and strategies for improvement.
It will teach you how to recognize those 9 anti-patterns, why companies often experience them and what you can do to improve your situation.
"Ebook about Agile antipatterns - bonus: David Tanzer actually hired and paid a cool artist, no stock clipart sadness here."
Rolf F. Katzenberger, Twitter
120 Pages | 9 Illustrated Antipatterns | Concrete advice | Ideas to improve
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Finally got around to read David Tanzer's collection of agile anti patterns. If you're wondering what's so wrong with that Agile thing in your org, check it out!Christoph Neuroth, Twitter