Books

The books we authored about Scrum and Agile are below.


EMERGENT

LEAN & AGILE ADOPTION FOR AN INNOVATIVE WORKPLACE Agile adoption can only be successful when the people themselves create the necessary changes and are committed and feel accountable for it. The goal, vision and reasons for the adoption should be clearly communicated. But the path towards agility can only emerge by walking it. By: Cesario Oliveira Ramos

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SCRUM PATTERNS

THE SPIRIT OF SCRUM This is a book about Scrum — a simple but powerful way for people to work together. Scrum is about helping small teams create, build, and evolve a product, one slice at a time. Scrum is as much about people as it is about the products they build and use. It defines a work environment where teams can challenge themselves to become better and better at their work over time. By: The Scrum Patterns Group

A Scrum Book

Coaching Agile Organizations

Marketing text from Addison Wesley:
“Coaching Agile Organizations helps Scrum Masters leverage Scrum to become effective change agents, and move from coaching a single team to coaching the entire organization. Drawing on extensive experience scaling Scrum at multiple companies worldwide, Cesario Ramos and Ilia Pavlichenko address the unique challenges Scrum Masters encounter when adopting Scrum at the organizational level, and working on organizational design for large products that engage multiple teams across departments.

After reviewing the principles, history, and essential roles of the Professional Scrum Master, Cesario and Pavlichenko present concrete tools for facilitating, coaching, and teaching Scrum in the enterprise, from facilitating successful meetings to asking more powerful questions. You’ll find Product Definition Guides to help plan your product and project; Feature Heat Maps for defining your team and organizational structures; and much more. Everything’s product- and technology-independent, so you can use these tools and techniques in any large environment — solving or avoiding the specific problems that arise when organizations scale Scrum.”

Publication on March 2022