Scrum, Extreme Programming (XP) and Kanban are widely spread methodologies for Agile software development and all will work great if the Agile Manifesto and it’s 12 principles are respected. The Agile Manifesto and especially the 12 underlying principles are fundamental in order to achieve adaptability, flexibility and self-organization as well as being positioned for innovation and to be able to react to changing market demands in a timely manner.
This book builds up in-depth understanding and provides valuable explanations on the core principles of Agile software development. As a bonus it includes the Agile Manifesto Retrospective Plan, that will be of valuable help in coaching your teams to respect the Agile Manifesto.The Agile Manifesto Unfolds is a must-read for all managers, business owners and team members who want to successfully implement an Agile way of working. This book offers a clear, understandable path to implementing and succeeding with agile software development for organizations and individuals.
Table of contents
2. The Agile Manifesto
2.1 Individuals and Interaction
2.2 Working Software
2.3 Customer Collaboration
2.4 Responding to Change
3. Satisfy the Customer
4. Welcome Changes
5. Deliver Working Software Frequently
6. Business People and Developers
7. Motivated People
8. Face to Face
9. Working Software
10. Constant Pace
11. Technical Excellence
13. Self-Organizing Teams
14. Reflect and Tune
The Agile Manifesto Retrospective Plan
The Agile Manifesto Retrospective Plan by Example
About the Author
The author, Maik Seyfert, is an Agile practitioner and coach with 10 years real project experience, which he offers to everyone with this book.