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  • By b-Lane
    Jul 27, 2011
    This book is awesome (and I haven't even read the use cases in the second half yet). This is much more than a contrast between the two tools, it gives sufficient insight into the value of Kanban to enable the reader to envision how the tools could be used effectively in their own organization. I'm a Product Management Director in a Silicon Valley startup and I'm currently urging the VP of Engineering, Director of Engineering and Director of QA to read this book and adopt the tools. A must read! -- Update: I read the second half of the book. A bit thin on the use cases, but easy to skim through and reinforces the messages in the first half with respect to flexibility and limits. Still giving 5 stars as the first half is worth the price of the book
  • By crybud
    Oct 13, 2010
    comparing for understanding, not for judgement. There is no such thing as a good or bad tool – Projector Lamp just good or bad decisions about when and how to use which tool. This book includes: - Kanban and Scrum in a nutshell - Comparison of Kanban and Scrum and other Agile methods - Practical women handbags examples and pitfalls - Cartoons and diagrams illustrating day-to-day work - Detailed case study of a Kanban implementation within a Scrum
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Product Details

ISBN
9780557138326
Publisher
C4media
Published
March 1, 2010
Language
English
Pages
120
Binding
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
Weight
0.51 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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