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Agile Project Delivery
A Practical Approach for Corporate Environments Beyond Software Development
Print ISBN: 9781773382142
Agile Project Delivery: A Practical Approach for Corporate Environments Beyond Software Development reviews how various Agile methods can be applied to project management in complex corporate environments beyond the software development sphere. Readers will learn various techniques across the many methodologies that are part of the Agile family, including Scrum, XP, and Crystal, as well as some of Agile’s influences, such as Lean and Kanban.
Written to bridge the gap between Agile methodology and application, this concise text features practical delivery approaches, specific case studies, unique templates to assist in Agile application, and chapter discussion questions to reinforce understanding on how to harness Agile techniques. With a wide focus on a variety of settings outside of software development, this pedagogically rich text is an invaluable resource for students in any project management course at the college and university levels as well as for both aspiring and experienced project practitioners.
- offers advanced instructions on how to use Atlassian’s industry-leading Agile software, Jira
- discusses the application of Agile methods in non–software development industries, featuring case studies that follow a project manager working through a large health care–related project
- features lists of key terms, case studies, templates, informative figures, discussion questions, and a concluding glossary
- includes lecture slides and an exam test bank for instructors
Table of Contents
List of Figures
List of Tables
About This Book
Part I: What Is Agile?
Chapter 1: Agile’s Lean Foundations
Chapter 2: Agile Overview
Part II: Agile Project Initiation
Chapter 3: Understanding Corporate Environments
Chapter 4: Capturing and Prioritizing User Stories through the Value Stream
Part III: Agile Project Planning
Chapter 5: Building the Agile Team
Chapter 6: User Story Estimation
Chapter 7: Sprint Planning
Part IV: Executing Agile Projects
Chapter 8: Scrum
Chapter 9: Information Radiators
Part V: Closing the Sprint and Preparing for Release
Chapter 10: Reviewing Work
Chapter 11: Closing the Sprint
Chapter 12: Preparing for Release
Appendix: A Summary of Tools and Techniques
Glossary of Terms