Management 3.0

If I tried to summarize what you get from his book, you can consider Jurgen Appelo as the hidden son resulting from a relationship between a Springer Verlag journal’s editor and Mike Cohn, with some influence from Aardman Studios in the education. Jurgen Appelo gives his own assessment of his …

The Jazz Process – Collaboration, Innovation and Agility by Adrian Cho

I must admit that I was initially a little bit skeptical on a book about agility coming out from IBM. I was wrong. Although you will find a little bit of “bigblueness” in the content, I really enjoy reading this book that propose a deep and interesting perspective on the …

Coaching Agile Teams

Transmitting human experience through written material is not easy. As Rachel Davies did in “Agile Coaching”, Lyssa Adkins manages to do it brilliantly in this book that covers the same topic. Based on her own experience of “recovering command-and-control project manager”, she write about all the circumstances where you can …

Making it Big in Software

You can read on the back cover of this book “Here’s all the information you need to jumpstart your software career: the best way to get hired, move up, and blaze your way to the top!” There is certainly more marketing ambition than developer modesty in this statement. This being …