Agile in the real world, a co-production with Bits & Chips Magazine

Success is created by sharing knowledge. Together with Bits & Chips magazine Valori plans to publish an e-book: “Implementing Agile in the real world”. In this new ebook experience stories will take a dominant position. What problems are organizations facing when they apply Agile? What choices do they make while implementing Scrum?

Basis for the e-book will be a series of articles by the same name that presents these stories in small manageable chunks. On the backlog are currently topics like: “The 5 characteristic of SCRUM, “Starting with Agile?”, “The pilot project”, “Selecting the team”, “How do I create transparency?”, “Should I really enhance each sprint?” And “Who owns the DOD?”. In each article I ask the Bits & Chips readers to comment on the article, and suggest topics for next issues. So I trust the backlog will change over time.

The articles will be published (in dutch) from January onwards and they will be integrated into an ebook late this year.

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3 Responses to Agile in the real world, a co-production with Bits & Chips Magazine

  1. Nina says:

    Sad to hear that it will be in dutch 😦
    Would be interesting for non-dutch-speakers as well

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    • djdegrood says:

      Hi Nina, I agree with you. I still thinking about creating a translation also. But that will be a little while later. So the good news is that english version is likely to come, the sad news is that it will be later in time.
      But replies like this, really encourage me to put in that extra effort. Thanks for you reply
      Derk-Jan

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      • Nina says:

        Great to hear that translation is in plans 🙂 Will though put some more pressure for doing it soon by saying that would need it now, as my customer is doing the first Agile / scrum project and I’m in it. So these stories would benefit me

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