An essential guide for anyone new to agile projects and a valuable source of inspiration for the more experienced. Explains the key principles, techniques and processes of agile project management.
Includes free, downloadable templates to get you started!
By: David Morris
Publication Date: September 16th, 2022
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This third edition of Agile Project Management in easy steps has been updated to reflect its ongoing evolution. It explains the principles, practices, and processes of agile project management, by following an entire project, step-by-step, and covering the main activities and deliverables, including:
- Pre-project foundations, project vision and the business case.
- Ongoing discovery and definition of scope.
- Iterative and incremental development.
- Continual retrospectives and improvement.
- Post-project close-down and benefits review.
Now with four new chapters:
- The changes from the traditional role and responsibilities.
- How to apply agile approaches to projects in more controlled environments.
- How the role of project management changes in organizations moving from projects to continual flow and value streams.
- Growing trends that project managers can benefit from today.
An essential guide for anyone new to agile projects and a valuable source of inspiration for the more experienced.
Includes free downloadable templates to get you started.
About the author
David Morris is an agile practitioner, coach, and instructor of team performance, business analysis and project management. With over 30 years’ experience, he has worked in and led teams and run his own business, in Europe and Australasia (he is now based in Auckland, NZ), delivering strategic, business, and technical projects following structured, iterative, and agile methodologies. David is certified as a trainer and coach; organises, chairs, and talks at conferences and events; has contributed to several books (including ‘Agile Project Estimation and Planning’, ‘Agile Extension to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge’, and ‘Business Analysis for Dummies’); and writes for several online publications (including InfoQ.com and BATimes.com).