Top 5 Quyển sách không thể thiếu nếu bạn muốn học Agile

Top 5 Quyển sách không thể thiếu nếu bạn muốn học Agile


Agile ngày càng phổ biến trong lĩnh vực quản lý dự án đặc biệt các dự án trong ngành công nghiệp IT. Agile là một phương thức quản lý dự án mới mẻ có tính lặp lại đối ngược với phương pháp quản lý dự án truyền thống theo các giai đoạn quản lý dự án tuần tự nhau. Bởi vì tính ngày càng phổ biến và hiệu quả của nó bạn có thể đôi lần nghĩ mình sẽ phải được học luyện thi Agile ở Việt Nam. Có nhiều cách, nhiều trung tâm giúp bạn làm điều này nhưng trước hết bạn cần xem qua 5 quyển sách học Agile không thể thiếu này xem, nó sẽ giúp bạn tiếp cận Agile một cách hiệu quả nhất cho người bắt đầu.

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#1 – Agile Project Management for Dummies


Summary: Written by Mark Layton, PMP, a certified Scrum Trainer, and chairperson of the Los Angeles Agile Leadership Network. It was published in April 2012 and has 360 pages. The paperback edition is available in at $16.49. In spite of the title, it offers the readers in all seriousness an informative guide about agile PM approaches, tools, and techniques to help develop and implement software packages. The reader becomes knowledgeable when to apply the techniques and empowers the whole team to quickly complete the project.



#2 – Project management the Agile way: Making it work in enterprise

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Summary: Author John Goodpasture, PMP, has broad and extensive experience as project office director, systems engineering program director, program manager for the US DOD, and vice president of a large imaging company. This hardcover book was published in January 2010 and consists of 320 pages. It is priced at $50.95. The target audience is the experienced project professional or business analyst who has been comfortable with traditional PM but now needs to understand and take advantage of agile in the enterprise.


#3 – The Software Project Manager’s Bridge to Agility


Summary: Michele Sliger and Stacia Broderick Viscardi are veteran project managers and PMI-certified PMPs as well as Agile coaches and Certified Scrum Trainers. Their book is a special and rare resource that shows how PMPs can transition successfully to the new Agile mindset and environment using familiar PMBOK Guide language and processes. Published in May 2008, it still currently ranks #19 in Amazon’s Best Sellers Agile category, #74 in PMP Exam category, and #1 in Quality Control – Software Design, Testing and Engineering category.


#4 – Agile Project Management: Creating Innovative Products (2nd Edition)


Summary: Written by Jim Highsmith, software developer, IT manager, project manager, and agile consultant. This updated edition was published in July 2009. It has 432 pages full of valuable lessons with a price of $34.98. The book is for project leaders, product managers, and executives. It provides an integrated best practices approach that can be applied to any size and scale of project and take advantage of speed and mobility inherent with agile methods. This second edition also discussed how measuring performance can encourage agility.


#5 – Coaching Agile Teams: A Companion for Scrum Masters, Agile Coaches, and Project Managers in Transition


Summary: Lyssa Adkins had 15 years of experience as project and program manager before she got involved in teaching and coaching agile and Scrum. Published in May 2010, the paperback edition has 352 pages. It is priced at $33.67 online. Since the agile methodology is different from traditional methodologies, the role and responsibility of the project manager has changed as well. A command and control style will not work in an agile environment, so project professionals transitioning to agile should learn to adopt a new mindset to better guide the project team.


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