Book Reviews Tagged “product-backlog”

The PMI-ACP Exam: How to Pass On Your First Try

The PMI-ACP Exam: How to Pass On Your First Try

I was looking forward to reading this book. I haven't paid much attention to the PMI-ACP initiative and thought this book would help me see what the test covered. The book is extremely short: there are less than 140 pages between the introduction and the glossary. The entire book is double-spaced so it is a very quick read. After the main book is a glossary and then…

Agile Product Management with Scrum

Agile Product Management with Scrum

As a project management framework, Scrum introduces many changes. One of the biggest is the role of the product owner who represents the users or customers of a product or system. The product owner is responsible for making sure the right product is being built and in the right order. This forces the product owner to think iteratively and incrementally about the…

Enterprise and Scrum

Enterprise and Scrum

The two best things about this book are that it: (1) provides a framework for adopting Scrum across an enterprise, and (2) describes some techniques for surmounting some of the problems you will likely face as you try. Although the book is about the "enterprise and Scrum" most of the contents will be applicable to any group of teams transitioning to Scrum. A set of…