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The Agile Mind-Set: Making Agile Processes Work Paperback – July 21, 2015
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Too often we focus on implementation, process, and logistics without considering the broader context. -Cameron Turner, Engineering Director, D2L
The Agile Mind-Set explains the piece of the Agile puzzle that most organizations are missing. -Roger Brown, Agile Coach, Agile Crossing
This book urgently needs to be read by leaders and managers who plan to hop onto the Agile bandwagon. It will help you see through the briar-patch of branded services and ossified processes, to the original intent of 'Agile.' -Rob Myers, Principal Coach/Instructor, Agile Institute
Gil Broza's book has the tools, options, and practices to help people start, restart, think, rethink, grow, and improve their implementation of Agile by grasping the underpinning mind-set. -Gunther Verheyen, Shepherding Professional Scrum at Scrum.org
I return to The Agile Mind-Set repeatedly for inspiration and guidance, and always come away with a constructive way of approaching a challenging situation. -Michael Goitein, Principal Project Manager, Mobiquity
About the Author
In writing The Agile Mind-Set, Gil Broza has addressed an aching need shared by organizations worldwide. As his experience and observations confirm, many who adopt Agile pay too much attention to processes and tools, and are disenchanted with the results. Some are in denial while some are searching for a magic bullet. Still more are stranded on a mediocre performance plateau, stalled in a mishmash of "best practices," and looking for answers.
In the last 11 years alone, Gil has mentored and coached more than 2,000 professionals who then delighted their customers, shipped working software on time, and rediscovered passion for their work. He has also:
- Worked as a development manager, team leader, and programmer for 12 years, successfully applying Agile methods since 2001
- Coached dozens of private- and public-sector clients, large and small, including independent software vendors, custom development firms, and IS/IT departments
- Served as a regular writer for the prestigious projectmanagement.com (a PMI publication), contributing articles on effective Agile behaviors
- Given keynotes and interactive talks at various conferences worldwide
Gil provides workshops, consulting, facilitation services, and enablement programs to fix lackluster Agile attempts and support ongoing Agile improvement efforts. In addition, he offers much-needed services to help ScrumMasters, team leaders, and managers grow as servant leaders. He is in high demand by organizations looking to fully realize Agile's potential.
Visit www.OnTheWayToAgile.com to receive Gil's popular (and free!) Something Happened on the Way to Agile mini-program. Its 20 daily training segments will help you break the cycle of Agile mediocrity and move toward the promised benefits of Agile.
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In a comprehensive, yet, succinct book, Gil explores the different facets of the agile mentality, all backed by Gil's extensive Agile and technical experience and expertise. In short, you won't find a better book to start your Agile journey. I wish I had had access to this book years ago.
If you or your team decided to to seek agility, this is the book you should read first.
If your team is struggling in your agile journey, this is the book you should read (and consult often).
If you need to attain executive support for agility, this is the book you should share with them.
Start here, and keep the book within arm's length - you will be glad that you did.
This book is an easy read and essential for all practitioners of agile product development, agile service delivery and agile strategic planning. It is especially important for decision makers (managers, directors, VPs, CxOs) who think that this fundamental change in business perspective can be "outsourced" to the people who are doing the day-to-day delivery to customers. Agility requires involvement, support and understanding from the top. This book delivers the concepts to be understood.