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  • Lean Guides for Scrum, Kanban, Sprint, DSDM XP & Crystal, Book 1
  • By: Jeffrey Ries
  • Narrated by: Sam Slydell
  • Length: 1 hr and 28 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (87 ratings)

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Agile Project Management: The Complete Step-by-Step Beginner’s Guide to Agile Project Management & Software Development

By: Jeffrey Ries
Narrated by: Sam Slydell
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Summary

Would you like to have higher product quality, customer satisfaction, and increased project control? If yes, then this book is perfect for you!

If you have been looking forward to mastering Agile software development practices, then this book is perfect for you. It teaches you how you can adopt Agile development practices into your organization the right way. If you have always been fascinated by Agile frameworks but you aren’t sure what it’s about or whether it could be suitable in your company, this book has all the answers for you.

Whether it’s your first time in Agile software development or you have a new company and are searching for competitive practices to propel your company forward, you will find many of the answers to your questions within this book.

Inside you will learn:

  • A step-by-step guide on how to implement Agile framework
  • What Agile project management is
  • Challenges of implementing Agile
  • Discover Scrum and its principle
  • A step-by-step guide on how to execute Agile project management
  • 11 keys to successful implementation of Agile
  • How to know whether you have gone Agile
  • Techniques of Agile software development
  • Agile versus Waterfall Model
©2018 Jeffrey Ries (P)2018 Jeffrey Ries

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monotonous and difficult to follow

if you to hear a computer voice reading random words that make little to know sense then get this book. other than that it's useless

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Awful

If you want to hear the writer say that agile is preferred by project managers over and over again, then this is the book for you. I bought this to get an understanding of what agile is and it’s failed on every level.

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Nothing groundbreaking

Not enough examples or concreate information, in fact the book is very repetitive. I keep getting informed how fantastic agile is, but still don't know much of practical uses. In short a lot of theory sounding like a grocery list

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waste your credit

terrible. robot narration. a long list of software and web apps with little actual Agile info. total waste. can I send this back please

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Everybody should listen this book!

I'm glad to have these books in my library. I would recommend these books anyone looking to gain some knowledge on this subject. It is worth listening.

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Excellent book

Excellent book for an absolute beginner who wants to understand the terms and get introduced to the subject. Would definitely recommend to all beginners.

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Better than expected

I have a general interest in Agile and this is giving me great information! Thanks a lot and keep them coming!

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excellent content

The author holds your interest until the end. It is that engrossing. I am about to share this Agile Project Management book with my team. Cheers for the excellent content.

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Clear and informative

This quick start guide was amazing. It helped me so much with my project management skills. That is one area I have always had a hard time to excel in. But with the help of this audible and a couple key programs I am finally getting my world organized.

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Everybody should listen this book!

This is a wonderful and highly practical book. Within hours of putting it down I was already putting some of its advice into practice.

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  • Keith Campbell
  • 11-01-19

Good Intro to Agile Concepts and Processes

This beginner's level overview of Agile concepts and recommended practices covers the major topics for anyone interested in keeping pace with new project development.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 25-10-19

Horrible

I wouldnt recommend this book to anyone. Literally 30% of words are "Agile Project Management". Almost every sentence starts with "Agile Project Management". Moreover book is full of cheese phrases.... "Define a vision" - really!?

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  • Jennifer Fowler
  • 03-09-19

Not a complete guide; too vague

This is nowhere near a complete guide. I was hoping to get more in-depth information, especially on different frameworks like Kanban, etc, but the book only lightly glossed over those subjects. This was a waste of time and money.

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  • Ray
  • 27-10-19

It was an introduction

Using the word "Complete" was a bit over selling it. Basic Introduction is in the title yet it doesn't discuss much beyond mentioning mentioning that these processes exist. It does explain what Agile is very lightly. I think it's a good listen if you've never heard of Agile or any other methodology. It's only 1hr of your life.

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  • Jonathan A. Bussell
  • 24-07-19

Definitely worth the listen

This book gives a very good overview of how the Agile project management system works. It explains the differences between Agile and several other project management programs explaining why Agile is a good fit for most companies, private or government. The wording is very easy to understand it is written in laymen terms rather than technical terms.

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  • Ronnie J. Sullivan
  • 24-07-19

This is absolutely the best one

The thorough comparison of Agile Project Management to the traditional method's very useful! It has convinced me more.

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  • Gloria J. Mercurio
  • 24-07-19

Agile Project Management

Agile Project Management is a very useful concept, seen also elsewhere, in this book the practical steps for achieving it, or rather the steps that one should avoid, are outlined as well.

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  • Maria E. King
  • 24-07-19

Excellent book.

Excellent book. Really helping me to understand the basics. A great resource for my new job where I am the Product Owner. Highly recommend!

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  • Samuel Rachal
  • 23-07-19

This is a wonderful and highly practical book.

This is a wonderful and highly practical book. If you’re interested in Agile Project Management and if you’re a beginner, then this amazing book will offer you to know all the things for a good start.

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  • Carolyn Wright
  • 23-07-19

Project management is a very important tool

Project management is a very important tool for any business, especially small businesses that don’t have a project management team. This book will walk you through project management techniques and what to use for certain situations. I highly recommend this book to any business owner and I will be referencing this book again in the future for my own business.