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Author Measey, Peter
Title Agile Foundations : Principles, practices and frameworks
Imprint Swindon : BCS Learning & Development Limited, 2015
©2015
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Edition 1st ed
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Note Front Cover -- Copyright -- CONTENTS -- LIST OF FIGURES AND TABLES -- CONTRIBUTORS -- SECTION REVIEWERS -- GLOSSARY -- PREFACE -- INTRODUCTION -- PART 1 INTRODUCING AGILE -- 1. WHAT IS AGILE? -- 1.1 THE HISTORY OF AGILE -- 1.2 THE AGILE MANIFESTO -- 2. THE FOUNDATIONS OF AGILE -- 2.1 THE AGILE MINDSET -- 2.2 DELIVERY ENVIRONMENTS AND AGILE SUITABILITY -- 2.3 THE LIFECYCLE OF PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT -- 2.4 THE 'IRON TRIANGLE' -- 2.5 WORKING WITH UNCERTAINTY AND VOLATILITY -- 2.6 EMPIRICAL AND DEFINED PROCESSES -- 3. AGILE AND THE BUSINESS -- 3.1 THE ECONOMIC CASE FOR AGILE -- 3.2 BUSINESS CULTURE AND AGILE -- 4. AGILE MYTHS -- PART 2 A GENERIC AGILE FRAMEWORK -- 5. GENERIC AGILE PROCESS -- 5.1 AGILE OPERATING MODEL -- 6. COMMON AGILE ROLES -- 6.1 THE CUSTOMER -- 6.2 THE TEAM -- 6.3 THE AGILE LEAD -- 6.4 THE STAKEHOLDERS -- 7. COMMON AGILE TECHNIQUES -- 7.1 STORIES AND BACKLOG REFINEMENT -- 7.2 AGILE ESTIMATION -- 7.3 AGILE PLANNING -- 7.4 AGILE TESTING -- 8. COMMON AGILE PRACTICES -- 8.1 SHORT FEEDBACK LOOPS -- 8.2 FACE-TO-FACE COMMUNICATION -- 8.3 DAILY STAND-UPS -- 8.4 SHOW AND TELLS -- 8.5 RETROSPECTIVES -- 8.6 EMERGENT DOCUMENTATION -- 8.7 VISUAL BOARDS -- 8.8 SUSTAINABLE PACE -- 8.9 FOCUS ON QUALITY -- 8.10 MAJOR AGILE TECHNICAL PRACTICES -- PART 3 APPLYING AGILE PRINCIPLES -- 9. INDIVIDUALS AND INTERACTIONS OVER PROCESSES AND TOOLS -- 9.1 MOTIVATED AND TALENTED INDIVIDUALS -- 9.2 EMERGENT DESIGN FROM SELF-ORGANISING TEAMS -- 9.3 TEAM DYNAMICS -- 10. WORKING SOFTWARE OVER COMPREHENSIVE DOCUMENTATION -- 10.1 SATISFY THE CUSTOMER AND CONTINUOUS DELIVERY OF VALUE -- 10.2 DELIVER WORKING SOFTWARE FREQUENTLY -- 10.3 WORKING SOFTWARE AS A MEASURE OF PROGRESS -- 10.4 TECHNICAL EXCELLENCE AND GOOD DESIGN -- 11. CUSTOMER COLLABORATION OVER CONTRACT NEGOTIATIONS -- 11.1 BUSINESS PEOPLE AND DEVELOPERS MUST WORK TOGETHER
11.2 REFLECT AND ADJUST (INSPECT AND ADAPT) REGULARLY -- 12. RESPONDING TO CHANGE OVER FOLLOWING A PLAN -- 12.1 EMBRACE CHANGE -- 13. SIMPLICITY -- 13.1 FIT-FOR-PURPOSE PRODUCTS -- 13.2 FIT-FOR-PURPOSE DELIVERY -- PART 4 AGILE FRAMEWORKS -- 14. MAJOR AGILE FRAMEWORKS -- 14.1 EXTREME PROGRAMMING (XP) -- 14.2 SCRUM -- 14.3 DSDM -- 14.4 AGILE PROJECT MANAGEMENT -- 14.5 KANBAN -- 14.6 LEAN SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT -- 14.7 LEAN START-UP -- 14.8 SCALED AGILE FRAMEWORK (SAFE) -- REFERENCES -- RECOMMENDED FURTHER READING OR 'WHAT'S ON OUR OFFICE BOOKSHELF' -- INDEX -- Back Cover
Agile practices transform the way organisations carry out business and respond to change. But to realise success, an Agile mindset needs to be adopted throughout an organisation. This book gives a comprehensive introduction to Agile principles and methodologies
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Measey, Peter Agile Foundations : Principles, practices and frameworks Swindon : BCS Learning & Development Limited,c2015 9781780172545
Subject Agile software development.;Computer science.;User interfaces (Computer systems)
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Alt Author Wolf, Lazaro
Berridge, Chris
Gray, Alex
Levy, Richard
Measey, Peter
Oliver, Les
Roberts, Barbara
Short, Michael
Wilmshurst, Darren
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