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/ 10. 9. 2019

After summer agile reading recommendations

Our CorpoHub team is crazy about reading and we have a constantly growing library in our office. We’ve read several good books related to agile during the summer and if you’re an agile geek like we are, you will love this agile reading list below.

AGILE PEOPLE by Pia Maria Thoren

Agile HR is a hot term that is following the trend of agile. With HR being recognized as the most important pillar in agile transformation, this management consultant is sharing, how can you create a mindset change in management and HR with tools that facilitate employee drive and performance.

AN EVERYONE CULTURE: Becoming a deliberately developmental organization by Robert Kegan

We are a big fan of this American psychologist, Harvard professor and author of Immunity to change. With his bold and out of the box view, he is challenging the way companies operate and ask the question - how things might be if companies placed their focus on growing the capabilities of all of its employees through personal development and real company-wide teamwork?

THE ART OF DOING TWICE THE WORK IN HALF THE TIME By Jeff Sutherland

When you’re looking for a book that will present you scrum in a light way with full of stories and practical examples, this is the book. Light reading that manages to inspire you about scrum and a must-read for everyone stepping in scrum world.

THE AGE OF AGILE: How smart companies are transforming the way work gets done by Stephen Denning

Most companies are not born agile, so how do you transform them? How do you switch to agile management, overcome constraints, embrace the new mindset, employ meaningful metrics and the entire organization agile?

AGILE COACHING by Rachel Davies and Liz Sedley

Learn from practical experiences and examples of working with teams. How should you work with people to create great agile teams? How can you support the team to produce great software while being self-organized? Which skills does the team need and how can you create an atmosphere that is fun and relaxed, yet efficient?

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As a Director of Engineering at Spotify, Marcin is working to identify, diagnose and remove barriers to execution across a 400+ technology organization, critical to Spotify success, in order to facilitate a predictable and sustainable delivery of value. He sees engineering teams as complex adaptive systems and thus works by applying principles and practices from the domains of agile, lean, systems thinking, and similar to allow for the desired outcomes to emerge in presence of sensible guiding constraints.

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After experiencing Scrum methodology in many wrong ways, Matej's wish is to help as many teams as possible to improve the understanding and practical execution of this widely used agile method.

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"Balance not only plays an essential role for human beings throughout their lifetime. But the way we grow business models and nurture organizational culture only thrives from a balanced kind of intervention and management."
We chatted with Mike Leber, a host workshop facilitator at Agile Slovenia about his views on agile, the effects of the pandemic, and forecasts for the future.

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