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Agile Software Development (Cód: 9244445)

Sliger, Michele; Broderick,Stacia

Addison Wesley

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When software development teams move to agile methods, experienced project managers often struggle-doubtful about the new approach and uncertain about their new roles and responsibilities. In this book, two long-time certified Project Management Professionals (PMPRs) and Scrum trainers have built a bridge to this dynamic new paradigm. They show experienced project managers how to successfully transition to agile by refocusing on facilitation and collaboration, not 'command and control.' The authors begin by explaining how agile works: how it differs from traditional 'plan-driven' methodologies, the benefits it promises, and the real-world results it delivers. Next, they systematically map the Project Management Institute's classic, methodology-independent techniques and terminology to agile practices. They cover both process and project lifecycles and carefully address vital issues ranging from scope and time to cost management and stakeholder communication. Finally, drawing on their own extensive personal experience, they put a human face on your personal transition to agile--covering the emotional challenges, personal values, and key leadership traits you'll need to succeed. Coverage includes Relating the 'PMBOKR Guide' ideals to agile practices: similarities, overlaps, and differences Understanding the role and value of agile techniques such as iteration/release planning and retrospectives Using agile techniques to systematically and continually reduce risk Implementing quality assurance (QA) where it belongs: in analysis, design, defect prevention, and continuous improvement Learning to trust your teams and listen for their discoveries Procuring, purchasing, and contracting for software in agile, collaborative environments Avoiding the common mistakes software teams make in transitioning to agile Coordinating with project management offices and non-agile teams 'Selling' agile within your teams and throughout your organization For every project manager who wants to become more agile. Part I An Agile Overview 7 Chapter 1 What is 'Agile'? 9 Chapter 2 Mapping from the PMBOKR Guide to Agile 25 Chapter 3 The Agile Project Lifecycle in Detail 37 Part II The Bridge: Relating PMBOKR Guide Practices to Agile Practices 49 Chapter 4 Integration Management 51 Chapter 5 Scope Management 67 Chapter 6 Time Management 83 Chapter 7 Cost Management 111 Chapter 8 Quality Management 129 Chapter 9 Human Resources Management 143 Chapter 10 Communications Management 159 Chapter 11 Risk Management 177 Chapter 12 Procurement Management 197 Part III Crossing the Bridge to Agile 215 Chapter 13 How Will My Responsibilities Change? 217 Chapter 14 How Will I Work with Other Teams Who Aren't Agile? 233 Chapter 15 How Can a Project Management Office Support Agile? 249 Chapter 16 Selling the Benefits of Agile 265 Chapter 17 Common Mistakes 285 Appendix A Agile Methodologies 295 Appendix B Agile Artifacts 301 Glossary 321 Bibliography 327 Index 333 When software development teams move to agile methods, experienced project managers often struggle doubtful about the new approach and uncertain about their new roles and responsibilities. In this book, two long-time certified Project Management Professionals (PMPRs) and Scrum trainers have built a bridge to this dynamic new paradigm. They show experienced project managers how to successfully transition to agile by refocusing on facilitation and collaboration, not command and control. The authors begin by explaining how agile works: how it differs from traditional plan-driven methodologies, the benefits it promises, and the real-world results it delivers. Next, they systematically map the Project Management Institute s classic, methodology-independent techniques and terminology to agile practices. They cover both process and project lifecycles and carefully address vital issues ranging from scope and time to cost management and stakeholder communication. Finally, drawing on their own extensive personal experience, they put a human face on your personal transition to agile--covering the emotional challenges, personal values, and key leadership traits you ll need to succeed. Coverage includes Relating the 'PMBOKR Guide' ideals to agile practices: similarities, overlaps, and differences Understanding the role and value of agile techniques such as iteration/release planning and retrospectives Using agile techniques to systematically and continually reduce risk Implementing quality assurance (QA) where it belongs: in analysis, design, defect prevention, and continuous improvement Learning to trust your teams and listen for their discoveries Procuring, purchasing, and contracting for software in agile, collaborative environments Avoiding the common mistakes software teams make in transitioning to agile Coordinating with project management offices and non-agile teams Selling agile within your teams and throughout your organization For every project manager who wants to become more agile. Part IAn Agile Overview 7 Chapter 1What is 'Agile'? 9 Chapter 2Mapping from the PMBOKR Guide to Agile 25 Chapter 3The Agile Project Lifecycle in Detail 37 Part IIThe Bridge: Relating PMBOKR Guide Practices to Agile Practices 49 Chapter 4Integration Management 51 Chapter 5Scope Management 67 Chapter 6Time Management 83 Chapter 7Cost Management 111 Chapter 8Quality Management 129 Chapter 9Human Resources Management 143 Chapter 10Communications Management 159 Chapter 11Risk Management 177 Chapter 12Procurement Management 197 Part IIICrossing the Bridge to Agile 215 Chapter 13How Will My Responsibilities Change? 217 Chapter 14How Will I Work with Other Teams Who Aren't Agile? 233 Chapter 15How Can a Project Management Office Support Agile? 249 Chapter 16Selling the Benefits of Agile 265 Chapter 17Common Mistakes 285 Appendix AAgile Methodologies 295 Appendix BAgile Artifacts 301 Glossary 321 Bibliography 327 Index 333 '

Características

Peso 0.63 Kg
Produto sob encomenda Sim
Marca Addison Wesley
I.S.B.N. 9780321502759
Referência 008736138
Altura 23.32 cm
Largura 18.49 cm
Profundidade 1.98 cm
Número de Páginas 353
Idioma Inglês
Acabamento Brochura
Cód. Barras 9780321502759
Ano da edição 2008
AutorSliger, Michele; Broderick,Stacia