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with Esther Derby and Faye Thompson

Esther Derby (@estherderby) and Faye Thompson (@agilefaye) joined Ryan Ripley (@ryanripley) to discuss an agile mindset and learning in the workplace.

Esther Derby on Learning
In this episode you’ll discover:
  • Why learning is difficult in the workplace
  • How management and team members can support learning
  • When agile coaches can model learning for maximum impact
  • Sometimes we just have to say, “I don’t know, let’s try an experiment.”
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Book of the Week:
After decades of research, world-renowned Stanford University psychologist Carol S. Dweck, Ph.D., discovered a simple but groundbreaking idea: the power of mindset. In this brilliant book, she shows how success in school, work, sports, the arts, and almost every area of human endeavor can be dramatically influenced by how we think about our talents and abilities. People with a fixed mindset—those who believe that abilities are fixed—are less likely to flourish than those with a growth mindset—those who believe that abilities can be developed. Mindset reveals how great parents, teachers, managers, and athletes can put this idea to use to foster outstanding accomplishment.

Click here to purchase on Amazon.

Question: Which topic resonated with you? Please leave your thoughts in the comment section below. You can leave a comment by clicking here.
Related Episode:

Want to hear another podcast about the life of an agile coach? — Listen to my conversation with Zach Bonaker, Diane Zajac-Woodie, and Amitai Schlair on episode 39. We discuss growing an agile practice and how coaches help create the environments where agile ideas can flourish.

Help promote the show on iTunes:

One tiny favor.  — Please take 30 seconds now and leave a review on iTunes. This helps others learn about the show and grows our audience. It will help the show tremendously, including my ability to bring on more great guests for all of us to learn from. Thanks!

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with Don McGreal and Ralph Jocham

Don McGreal (@donmcgreal) and Ralph Jocham (@rjocham) joined Ryan Ripley (@ryanripley) to discuss their new book The Professional Product Owner: Leveraging Scrum as a Competitive Advantage.

Ralph Jocham Presenting on Scrum
In this episode you’ll discover:
  • What is a professional product owner
  • How the 3 V’s serve product management
  • Common product owner anti-patterns
  • The value of validating learning
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Book of the Week:
The role of the Product Owner is more crucial than ever. But it’s about much more than mechanics: it’s about taking accountability and refocusing on value as the primary objective of all you do. In The Professional Product Owner, two leading experts in successful Scrum product ownership show exactly how to do this. You’ll learn how to identify where value can be found, measure it, and maximize it throughout your entire product lifecycle.

Click here to purchase on Amazon.

Question: Which topic resonated with you? Please leave your thoughts in the comment section below. You can leave a comment by clicking here.
Related Episode:

Want to hear another podcast about the life of an agile coach? — Listen to my conversation with Zach Bonaker, Diane Zajac-Woodie, and Amitai Schlair on episode 39. We discuss growing an agile practice and how coaches help create the environments where agile ideas can flourish.

Help promote the show on iTunes:

One tiny favor.  — Please take 30 seconds now and leave a review on iTunes. This helps others learn about the show and grows our audience. It will help the show tremendously, including my ability to bring on more great guests for all of us to learn from. Thanks!

Agile Dev West conference offers you the perfect opportunity to get away from distractions to immerse yourself and improve your agile skills in hot areas such as agile and lean development, scaled agile development, agile teams and leadership, digital transformation, and more.

Agile for Humans listeners use code “AFH18” to receive 10% off their conference registration.

Check out the entire program at adcwest.techwell.com.

You’ll notice that I’m speaking there again this year. Attendees will have a chance to participate in my half-day sessions on advanced scrum topics called Coaching Workshop: Taking Your Scrum to the Next Level, as well as Rethinking Your Retrospectives.

I hope to see many Agile for Humans listeners in Las Vegas – June 3-8, for this great event.

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Allison Pollard (@allison_pollard) joined Ryan Ripley (@ryanripley) to discuss professional agile coaching.

Allison Pollard – Agile Coach
In this episode you’ll discover:
  • What professional coaching mean
  • How to start the coaching journey
  • The power of self-organizing teams
  • How to avoid inhibiting self-organization when coaching others
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Book of the Week:
In Michael Bungay Stanier’s The Coaching Habit, coaching becomes a regular, informal part of your day so managers and their teams can work less hard and have more impact. Drawing on years of experience training more than 10,000 busy managers from around the globe in practical, everyday coaching skills, Bungay Stanier reveals how to unlock your peoples’ potential. He unpacks seven essential coaching questions to demonstrate how–by saying less and asking more–you can develop coaching methods that produce great results.

Click here to purchase on Amazon.

Question: Which topic resonated with you? Please leave your thoughts in the comment section below. You can leave a comment by clicking here.
Related Episode:

Want to hear another podcast about the life of an agile coach? — Listen to my conversation with Zach Bonaker, Diane Zajac-Woodie, and Amitai Schlair on episode 39. We discuss growing an agile practice and how coaches help create the environments where agile ideas can flourish.

Help promote the show on iTunes:

One tiny favor.  — Please take 30 seconds now and leave a review on iTunes. This helps others learn about the show and grows our audience. It will help the show tremendously, including my ability to bring on more great guests for all of us to learn from. Thanks!

Agile Dev West conference offers you the perfect opportunity to get away from distractions to immerse yourself and improve your agile skills in hot areas such as agile and lean development, scaled agile development, agile teams and leadership, digital transformation, and more.

Agile for Humans listeners use code “AFH18” to receive 10% off their conference registration.

Check out the entire program at adcwest.techwell.com.

You’ll notice that I’m speaking there again this year. Attendees will have a chance to participate in my half-day sessions on advanced scrum topics called Coaching Workshop: Taking Your Scrum to the Next Level, as well as Rethinking Your Retrospectives.

I hope to see many Agile for Humans listeners in Las Vegas – June 3-8, for this great event.

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with Billie Shuttpelz, Joanna Vahlsing, and Cheryl Hammond

Billie Shuttpelz (@OopslandBillie), Cheryl Hammond (@bsktcase) and Joanna Vahlsing (@joannavahlsing) joined Ryan Ripley (@ryanripley) to discuss Women in Agile 2018.

Billie Shuttpelz – Agile Coach, Trainer, and All Around Awesome Person
In this episode you’ll discover:
  • Back for its third consecutive year, Women in Agile is on Sunday, August 5, 2018 (the day before the Agile2018 conference) in San Diego, CA. Click here to register.
  • This year’s keynote is by April Wensel, an international speaker, and the founder of Compassionate Coding, a social enterprise that’s bringing emotional intelligence and social consciousness to the software industry through training and coaching.
  • How mentorship grows the community
  • The power and value of diversity on teams
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Book of the Week:
Geared toward women who are considering getting into tech, or those already in a tech job who want to take their career to the next level, this book combines practical career advice and inspiring personal stories from successful female tech professionals Brianna Wu (founder, Giant Spacekat), Angie Chang (founder, Women 2.0), Keren Elazari (TED speaker and cybersecurity expert), Katie Cunningham (Python educator and developer), Miah Johnson (senior systems administrator), Kristin Toth Smith (tech executive and inventor), and Kamilah Taylor (mobile and social developer).

Written by a female startup CEO and featuring a host of other successful contributors, this book will help dismantle the unconscious social bias against women in the tech industry.  Click here to purchase on Amazon.

Question: Which topic resonated with you? Please leave your thoughts in the comment section below. You can leave a comment by clicking here.
Related Episode:

Want to hear another podcast about the life of an agile coach? — Listen to my conversation with Zach Bonaker, Diane Zajac-Woodie, and Amitai Schlair on episode 39. We discuss growing an agile practice and how coaches help create the environments where agile ideas can flourish.

Help promote the show on iTunes:

One tiny favor.  — Please take 30 seconds now and leave a review on iTunes. This helps others learn about the show and grows our audience. It will help the show tremendously, including my ability to bring on more great guests for all of us to learn from. Thanks!

Agile Dev West conference offers you the perfect opportunity to get away from distractions to immerse yourself and improve your agile skills in hot areas such as agile and lean development, scaled agile development, agile teams and leadership, digital transformation, and more.

Agile for Humans listeners use code “AFH18” to receive 10% off their conference registration.

Check out the entire program at adcwest.techwell.com.

You’ll notice that I’m speaking there again this year. Attendees will have a chance to participate in my half-day sessions on advanced scrum topics called Coaching Workshop: Taking Your Scrum to the Next Level, as well as Rethinking Your Retrospectives.

I hope to see many Agile for Humans listeners in Las Vegas – June 3-8, for this great event.

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with Jo Perold and Faye Thompson

Joanne Perold (@joPerold) and Faye Thompson (@AgileFaye) joined Ryan Ripley (@ryanripley) to discuss human and systems thinking in the workplace.

Joanne Perold – Agile Coach and Certified Scrum Trainer
In this episode you’ll discover:
  • How do we humanize the world of work
  • Helping middle management adapt to agile
  • The power of co-creation in the workplace
  • Ways to break down the silos in your organization
  • Insights into the middle management role
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How to support the show:

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Book of the Week:
The Nexus Framework is the simplest, most effective approach to applying Scrum at scale across multiple teams, sites, and time zones. Created by Scrum.org—the pioneering Scrum training and certification organization founded by Scrum co-creator Ken Schwaber—Nexus draws on decades of experience to address the unique challenges teams face in coming together, sharing work, and managing and minimizing dependencies.
Click here to purchase on Amazon.

Question: Which topic resonated with you? Please leave your thoughts in the comment section below. You can leave a comment by clicking here.
Related Episode:

Want to hear another podcast about the life of an agile coach? — Listen to my conversation with Zach Bonaker, Diane Zajac-Woodie, and Amitai Schlair on episode 39. We discuss growing an agile practice and how coaches help create the environments where agile ideas can flourish.

Help promote the show on iTunes:

One tiny favor.  — Please take 30 seconds now and leave a review on iTunes. This helps others learn about the show and grows our audience. It will help the show tremendously, including my ability to bring on more great guests for all of us to learn from. Thanks!

Agile Dev West conference offers you the perfect opportunity to get away from distractions to immerse yourself and improve your agile skills in hot areas such as agile and lean development, scaled agile development, agile teams and leadership, digital transformation, and more.

Agile for Humans listeners use code “AFH18” to receive 10% off their conference registration.

Check out the entire program at adcwest.techwell.com.

You’ll notice that I’m speaking there again this year. Attendees will have a chance to participate in my half-day sessions on advanced scrum topics called Coaching Workshop: Taking Your Scrum to the Next Level, as well as Rethinking Your Retrospectives.

I hope to see many Agile for Humans listeners in Las Vegas – June 3-8, for this great event.

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with Patricia Kong and Kurt Bittner

Patricia Kong (@pmoonk88) and Kurt Bittner (@ksbittner) joined Ryan Ripley (@ryanripley) to discuss Scrum.org’s Nexus Framework.

Scrum.org’s Kurt Bittner and Patricia Kong
In this episode you’ll discover:
  • What is the Nexus Famework
  • How Nexus allows you to scale scrum without destroying its soul
  • Why teams need to get good at Scrum FIRST and then worry about scaling
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How to support the show:

Thank you for your support. Here are some of the ways to contribute to the show:

Book of the Week:
The Nexus Framework is the simplest, most effective approach to applying Scrum at scale across multiple teams, sites, and time zones. Created by Scrum.org—the pioneering Scrum training and certification organization founded by Scrum co-creator Ken Schwaber—Nexus draws on decades of experience to address the unique challenges teams face in coming together, sharing work, and managing and minimizing dependencies.
Click here to purchase on Amazon.
Question: Which topic resonated with you? Please leave your thoughts in the comment section below. You can leave a comment by clicking here.
Related Episode:

Want to hear another podcast about the life of an agile coach? — Listen to my conversation with Zach Bonaker, Diane Zajac-Woodie, and Amitai Schlair on episode 39. We discuss growing an agile practice and how coaches help create the environments where agile ideas can flourish.

Help promote the show on iTunes:

One tiny favor.  — Please take 30 seconds now and leave a review on iTunes. This helps others learn about the show and grows our audience. It will help the show tremendously, including my ability to bring on more great guests for all of us to learn from. Thanks!

Agile Dev West conference offers you the perfect opportunity to get away from distractions to immerse yourself and improve your agile skills in hot areas such as agile and lean development, scaled agile development, agile teams and leadership, digital transformation, and more.

Agile for Humans listeners use code “AFH18” to receive 10% off their conference registration.

Check out the entire program at adcwest.techwell.com.

You’ll notice that I’m speaking there again this year. Attendees will have a chance to participate in my half-day sessions on advanced scrum topics called Coaching Workshop: Taking Your Scrum to the Next Level, as well as Rethinking Your Retrospectives.

I hope to see many Agile for Humans listeners in Las Vegas – June 3-8, for this great event.

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with Kevin Trethewey and Danie Roux

Kevin Trethewey (@KevinTrethewey) and Danie Roux (@danieroux) joined Ryan Ripley (@ryanripley) to discuss the Spine Model and how to use it effectively with agile and scrum teams.

Danie Roux Presenting
In this episode you’ll discover:
  • What the Spine Model is.
  • How to use the Spine Model with your agile teams
  • Use the Spine Model to find common ground
  • Applying system thinking to team dynamics
Links from the show: How to support the show:

Thank you for your support. Here are some of the ways to contribute to the show:

Book of the Week:
Accountability. Transparency. Responsibility. These are not words that are often applied to software development.

In this completely revised introduction to Extreme Programming (XP), Kent Beck describes how to improve your software development by integrating these highly desirable concepts into your daily development process.

The first edition of Extreme Programming Explained is a classic. It won awards for its then-radical ideas for improving small-team development, such as having developers write automated tests for their own code and having the whole team plan weekly. Much has changed in five years. This completely rewritten second edition expands the scope of XP to teams of any size by suggesting a program of continuous improvement.

Click here to purchase on Amazon.

Question: Which topic resonated with you? Please leave your thoughts in the comment section below. You can leave a comment by clicking here.
Related Episode:

Want to hear another podcast about the life of an agile coach? — Listen to my conversation with Zach Bonaker, Diane Zajac-Woodie, and Amitai Schlair on episode 39. We discuss growing an agile practice and how coaches help create the environments where agile ideas can flourish.

Help promote the show on iTunes:

One tiny favor.  — Please take 30 seconds now and leave a review on iTunes. This helps others learn about the show and grows our audience. It will help the show tremendously, including my ability to bring on more great guests for all of us to learn from. Thanks!

Agile Dev West conference offers you the perfect opportunity to get away from distractions to immerse yourself and improve your agile skills in hot areas such as agile and lean development, scaled agile development, agile teams and leadership, digital transformation, and more.

Agile for Humans listeners use code “AFH18” to receive 10% off their conference registration.

Check out the entire program at adcwest.techwell.com.

You’ll notice that I’m speaking there again this year. Attendees will have a chance to participate in my half-day sessions on advanced scrum topics called Coaching Workshop: Taking Your Scrum to the Next Level, as well as Rethinking Your Retrospectives.

I hope to see many Agile for Humans listeners in Las Vegas – June 3-8, for this great event.

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Kim Brainard (@Agilebrain1) joined me (@RyanRipley) to explore training from the back of the room techniques and practices.

Kim Brainard Leading an Agile Workshop

Kim has over 8 years of Agile experience and 15 years’ experience in IT project planning, implementation, and execution. She is skilled in building interaction and collaboration among organizations to drive change, support key business objectives, and maximize value creation across enterprise environments. She recently served as Co-Chair of Scrum Alliance’s Global Gathering 2017 and is very active in the agile community.

In this episode you’ll discover:
  • How trainers and coaches can use brain science to help their students and teams learn more effectively
  • The 4C’s to engaging with learners in your workshops
  • How 6 times 6 ways can improve your student’s ability to retain content and idea
  • Why active learning trumps passive lectures
Links from the show: How to support the show:

Thank you for your support. Here are some of the ways to contribute to the show:

Book of the Week:
From Sharon L. Bowman, the author of the best-selling Ten-Minute Trainer, comes the dynamic new book, Training from the BACK of the Room! This innovative resource introduces 65 training strategies that are guaranteed to deliver outstanding training results no matter what the topic, group, or learning environment. Now, trainers can replace the traditional “Trainers talk; learners listen” paradigm with a radical new model for designing and delivering instruction: “When learners talk and teach, they learn.”
Click here to purchase on Amazon.
Question: Which topic resonated with you? Please leave your thoughts in the comment section below. You can leave a comment by clicking here.
Related Episode:

Want to hear another podcast about the life of an agile coach? — Listen to my conversation with Zach Bonaker, Diane Zajac-Woodie, and Amitai Schlair on episode 39. We discuss growing an agile practice and how coaches help create the environments where agile ideas can flourish.

Help promote the show on iTunes:

One tiny favor.  — Please take 30 seconds now and leave a review on iTunes. This helps others learn about the show and grows our audience. It will help the show tremendously, including my ability to bring on more great guests for all of us to learn from. Thanks!

This podcast is brought to you by Audible. I have used Audible for years, and I love audiobooks. I have three to recommend:

  1. Agile and Lean Program Management by Johanna Rothman
  2. The Lean Startup by Eric Ries
  3. Rolling Rocks Downhill: The Fastest, Easiest, and Most Entertaining Way to Learn Agile and Lean by Clark Ching

All you need to do to get your free 30-day Audible trial is go to Audibletrial.com/agile. Choose one of the above books, or choose among more than 180,000 audio programs. It’s that easy. Go to Audibletrial.com/agile and get started today. Enjoy!

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Difficult question. But this is the question everyone organization faces when deciding to adopt Scrum. Professional Agile Leadership happens when senior leaders, middle managers, and agile team members fully embrace their responsibility to empower their teams and to favor self-organization to solve complex problems.

Professional Agile Leadership Essentials – Fort Wayne, Indiana April 10, 2018

Scrum and Agile require a shift in the way most teams work today, but it is essential if an organization wants to capitalize on the benefits of an agile product delivery approach.

This is why scrum.org’s Professional Agile Leadership – Essentials (PAL-E) is my favorite course to teach. The impact that this course can have on an organization is huge. And the students always walk away with practical tools, tips, and ideas that they can immediately apply to their organization.

Professional Agile Leadership Essentials (PAL-E) is a 1-day workshop created by Scrum.org to provide a foundation for leaders to help their organizations be successful with Agile and Scrum. This workshop uses a  combination of instruction and team-based exercises to help participants learn how to empower teams and enable self-organization within their organizations.

The changes for all involved are profound. By becoming professional agile leaders we change the way work is organized, managed, and measured. This journey isn’t easy, but if we can reach this level of alignment and focus, the results can be amazing.

This year, through a partnership with the Project Management Institute-North East Indiana Chapter (PMI-NEIC), I’m teaching the PAL-E course on Tuesday, April 10, 2018, in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Click here to register!

Here’s a preview of some of the topics we’ll:

  • Metrics that matter
  • The impact of undone work
  • Hiring a Scrum Master
  • Making Impediments visible
  • Breaking down silos in your organization
  • The importance of a product vision
  • The impact and influence of culture on your team
  • Product Backlog management
  • Getting the most out of your Sprint Retrospectives
  • Self-organization: What is it and how to preserve it

It’s a packed day of Professional Agile Leadership lessons that you can use to immediately help your teams improve and deliver “done” product increments that delight your customers.

Early bird pricing for the Fort Wayne class is $550, but this pricing ends on 3/15. I’ve also provided a $100 discount code – PMINEIC – that you can use along with the early bird pricing to get this course at the lowest pricing available. For PMI members, this course is worth up to 6 PDU’s.

Professional Agile Leadership – Essentials (PAL-E)  April 10, 2018 – check out the link below to register:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/profession-agile-leadership-essentials-pal-e-fort-wayne-in-tickets-42305298286?aff=ryanripleycom

I hope you decide to join us. Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have questions about the class.

About Your Trainer – Ryan Ripley

A Professional Scrum Trainer with Scrum.org, Ryan Ripley has experience as a software developer, manager, director, and ScrumMaster at various Fortune 500 companies in the medical device, wholesale, and financial services industries. Ryan is committed to helping teams break the cycle of “bad Scrum” so they can deliver valuable software that delights their customers.

The host of Agile for Humans, the top Agile podcast on iTunes, Ryan lives in Indiana with his wife Kristin and three children. He blogs at ryanripley.com and is on Twitter @ryanripley. Ryan loves talking about all things Agile and promises not to speak in the third person if you come up and ask him a question.

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Esther Derby (@estherderby) Don Gray (@donaldegray), and Faye Thompson (@agilefaye) joined Ryan Ripley (@ryanripley) to discuss their upcoming workshop Coaching Beyond the Team in Columbus, Ohio April 3rd – 5th, 2018.

Esther Derby and Don Gray – Coaching Beyond the Team

Esther is an expert in organizational dynamics and a leading thinker in bringing agility to organizations, management, and teams. She co-authored “Agile Retrospectives: Making Good Teams Great” and “Behind Closed Doors: Secrets of Great Management“. Esther is sought after trainer and speaker.

Don is a friend and mentor to me and a valued member of the agile community. He has contributed to multiple books including CENTER ENTER TURN SUSTAIN: ESSAYS IN CHANGE ARTISTRYREADINGS FOR PROBLEM-SOLVING LEADERSHIP, and AMPLIFY YOUR EFFECTIVENESS. He co-teaches one of the top agile and leadership workshops available – Coaching Beyond the Team – with Esther Derby.

Faye has more than eighteen years of project delivery experience and is currently a senior agile consultant with CareWorks Tech. Focusing on agile methodologies and continuous improvement, she has had a positive impact in the financial services, healthcare, advertising, and automotive industries. Faye is passionate about using innovative solutions to drive business value and helps work groups transform into highly engaged and energized teams.

In this episode you’ll discover:
  • How the Coaching Beyond the Team workshop can improve your agile practices
  • Why context is critical to understanding the problem you’re trying to solve
  • Which models and practices to use depending on the situation
  • Why local problems are often systemic of larger organizational issues
Links from the show: How to support the show:

Thank you for your support. Here are some of the ways to contribute to the show:

Book of the Week:
In The Lean Startup, Eric Ries laid out the practices of successful startups – building a minimal viable product, customer-focused and scientific testing based on a build-measure-learn method of continuous innovation, and deciding whether to persevere or pivot. In The Startup Way, he turns his attention to an entirely new group of organizations: established enterprises like iconic multinationals GE and Toyota, tech titans like Amazon and Facebook, and the next generation of Silicon Valley upstarts like Airbnb and Twilio.
Click here to purchase on Amazon.
Question: Which topic resonated with you? Please leave your thoughts in the comment section below. You can leave a comment by clicking here.
Related Episode:

Want to hear another podcast about the life of an agile coach? — Listen to my conversation with Zach Bonaker, Diane Zajac-Woodie, and Amitai Schlair on episode 39. We discuss growing an agile practice and how coaches help create the environments where agile ideas can flourish.

Help promote the show on iTunes:

One tiny favor.  — Please take 30 seconds now and leave a review on iTunes. This helps others learn about the show and grows our audience. It will help the show tremendously, including my ability to bring on more great guests for all of us to learn from. Thanks!

This podcast is brought to you by Audible. I have used Audible for years, and I love audiobooks. I have three to recommend:

  1. Agile and Lean Program Management by Johanna Rothman
  2. The Lean Startup by Eric Ries
  3. Rolling Rocks Downhill: The Fastest, Easiest, and Most Entertaining Way to Learn Agile and Lean by Clark Ching

All you need to do to get your free 30-day Audible trial is go to Audibletrial.com/agile. Choose one of the above books, or choose among more than 180,000 audio programs. It’s that easy. Go to Audibletrial.com/agile and get started today. Enjoy!

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