Enterprise-Scale Agile Software Development
Enterprise-Scale Agile Software Development is the collective sum of knowledge accumulated during the full-scale transition of a 1400-person organization to agile development—considered the largest implementation of agile development and Scrum ever attempted anywhere in the world.
Now James Schiel, a certified Scrum trainer and member of the Scrum Alliance, draws from his experience at the helm of that global four-year project to guide you and your organization through the transition. He lends his insight on how you can use Scrum as an organizational framework and implement XP practices to define how software is written and tested. He provides key information and tools to assess potential outcomes and then make the best corresponding choices in any given situation.
Schiel sequences chapters to match typical developmental progression, and in addition to practical guidance, he provides a tool kit from which you can take ideas and select what works for you. Covering quality development practices based on ISO 9001, which help you create consistently high-quality software in a cost-efficient manner, this invaluable resource shows you how to—
Much more than a mere "body of knowledge," this volume goes beyond standardizing agile and Scrum practices. It breaks up the process into manageable tasks, illustrating how to set the stage for the change, plan it, and then initiate it. Using the methods and information presented, any organization should be able to achieve a nearly seamless transition to agile.
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Chapter 2 Why Agile?
Chapter 3 Transitional Concepts
Chapter 4 Transition Barriers
Chapter 5 Management in an Agile Environment
Chapter 6 Create the Transition Team
Chapter 7 Define the Organizationl Agreements
Chapter 8 Determine Transition Goals
Chapter 15 Selecting the Pilot Projects for the Agile Transition
Chapter 16 Tools in the Agile Enterprise
Chapter 17 Managing Customer Involvement
Chapter 18 Agile Project ManagementGetting Started
Monitoring Reporting and Controlling
Chapter 20 Agile Analysis
Chapter 21 Launching Scrum Teams
Chapter 22 Managing Scrums Teams
Chapter 9 Create the Transition Backlog
Chapter 10 Beginning Transition Sprint 1
Chapter 11 Create the Transition Budget
Chapter 12 Develop the Transition Communication Plan
Chapter 13 Create the Training Plan
Chapter 14 Facilities Planning