- Essential for any technology team's library
- The definitive and only reference on minimizing and optimizing project information
- Get a much more comprehensive understanding of getting the most for the minimal amount of work
- Grounded on solid principles that can be applied to real organizations
- Takes being Agile and changing for the better to the next level
- Save significant time by lifting ideas from this book
- Conversational style is easy for both tech teams and managers to understand
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Setting Up To Fail
How can I finish this user story when no two people have the same idea about what the words mean?
Everybody has to sit in this room and stare at a projector for two hours a week? Seriously?
Why are we required to do the same work and data entry for every little thing we do?
The book says design is "emergent" and happens through "good conversations" What, exactly, does that mean? Sounds like a bunch of BS to me.
Overwhelmed By Details
There must be a thousand defects in that list. How are we going to deal with that many items?
We have four different requirements, bug-tracking, agile project management, and work-reporting systems. How do I stop the madness and deal with all of this insanity?
Agile is old hat and has been taken over by the consultants. What's next?
Why are we acting like fast-food workers, taking orders and doing only what we're told?
How is it possible that the team did everything I asked them to do and nothing I really needed?
Change Your Paradigm
Listen To The Readers
Do the minimum overhead required to make and keep track of things people want.
Learn new concepts like the Test-Driven Analysis Wheel