We use this page to list resources we mention at conferences, user group meetings and workshops. The latest additions are at the top. After a month or so they go into sections below ordered by topic.
We are continuously adding to our resource portal. Registering on it by taking login above is a great way to be notified, on a monthly basis (you can opt-out anytime), of when we have added new resources.
Topics are tagged with where they were mentioned so that you easily find those referenced by event. Recent tags are:
Although there is some duplication here, you might also want to look at The Most Valuable Things I’ve Discovered in 20 Years of Agile.
Books being written
Introducing FLEX – FLow for Enterprise Transformation: Going Beyond Lean and Agile. This book describes the FLEX system and how you can use it to assist your organization’s move to Lean-Agile and Flow. (PMISFIPM)
Lean-Agile at the Team: A Lean Approach To Scrum and Kanban. It shouldn’t be either Scrum or Kanban but what’s useful from both that fits your situation.
Organized by topic
Information Portal. This contains much of resources that the PMI acquired from Net Objectives.
Disciplined Agile (PMIG)
Disciplined Agile for Executives: These days being competent at IT is mere table stakes at best, you need to excel at IT if you hope to become an industry leader. Today business executives must focus on disruptors, new competitors entering their market space using technologies in new ways. Becoming an agile business – an adaptive, responsive, and learning organization – is the true goal. Business agility requires true agility across all of your organization, not just software development, not just DevOps, and not just IT. Learn more at …
CUTTER BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY JOURNAL VOL. 31, NO. 3 A Disciplined Agile Approach to Business: Because the environment in which your organization operates evolves over time, and your competitors and partners also evolve, business agility proves to be a moving target in practice. See how your compare to your competitors …
Introduction to Disciplined Agile: Your Disciplined Agile (DA) journey starts with an understanding of what Agile, and Disciplined Agile, really is. View the resources on this page for an understanding of the fundamental concepts behind agile software development and Disciplined Agile. Learn more at …
Leadership and management
Lean-Agile adoption and improvement
The Business Case for Agility (PMISFIPM)
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