Back to our usual revolutionists Craig, Tony and Renee take a look over Craig’s recent escapades at Agile 2011 and STANZ.
And so much time was spent on referring to this book or that book that we just had to link what books we unwittingly covered in what we like to call Tony’s Oprah Winfrey Bookclub!
- Tribes by Seth Godin – Craig’s review of it and Renee’s review of it.
- Drive by Daniel Pink
- Chasing the Rabbit or now known as The High Velocity Edge by Steven Spears; recommended by Tony as a great Lean book.
- Agile Retrospectives – Making Good Teams Great by Esther Derby and Diana Larson; there might be a reason why this wasn’t discussed, but Renee did read it recently; it was okay but potentially an overrated book.
“Some tribes are stuck. They embrace the status quo and drown out any tribe member who dares to question authority and the accepted order.” – Seth Godin, Tribes
“Agile projects are like guided missiles, the customer discovers what they want, the developers discover how to build it and the things change along the way.” – Henrik Kniberg
TheAgileRevolution-12 (49 minutes)
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