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Authors: Craig Larman, Bas Vodde
ISBN-13: 9780321636409, ISBN-10: 0321636406
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Addison-Wesley
Date Published: February 2010
Edition: (Non-applicable)

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Author Biography: Craig Larman

Craig Larman is a management and product development consultant in enterprise-level adoption and use of lean development, agile principles and practices, and large scale Scrum in large, multisite, and offshore development. He served as chief scientist at Valtech, an international consulting and agile offshore outsourcing company. His books include the best-sellers Agile and Iterative Development: A Manager’s Guide (Addison-Wesley, 2004) and Applying UML and Patterns, Third Edition (Prentice Hall, 2005).

Bas Vodde works as an independent product development consultant and large scale Scrum coach. For several years he led the agile and Scrum enterprise-wide adoption initiative at Nokia Networks. He is passionate about improving product development, and an avid student of organizational, team management, and product development research, and remains an active developer. Bas is the coauthor (with Craig) of the companion book Scaling Lean & Agile Development (Addison-Wesley, 2009).

Book Synopsis

Lean and Agile Development for Large-Scale Products: Key Practices for Sustainable Competitive Success

Increasingly, large product-development organizations are turning to lean thinking, agile principles and practices, and large-scale Scrum to sustainably and quickly deliver value and innovation. Drawing on their long experience leading and guiding lean and agile adoptions for large, multisite, and offshore product development, internationally recognized consultant and best-selling author Craig Larman and former leader of the agile transformation at Nokia Networks Bas Vodde share the key action tools needed for success.

Coverage includes

  • Frameworks for large-scale Scrum for multihundred-person product groups
  • Testing and building quality in
  • Product management and the end of the “contract game” between business and R&D
  • Envisioning a large release, and planning for multiteam development
  • Low-quality legacy code: why it’s created, and how to stop it
  • Continuous integration in a large multisite context
  • Agile architecting
  • Multisite or offshore development
  • Contracts and outsourced development

In a competitive environment that demands ever-faster cycle times and greater innovation, the practices inspired by lean thinking and agile principles are ever-more relevant. Practices for Scaling Lean & Agile Development will help people realize a lean enterprise—and deliver on the significant benefits of agility.

In addition to the action tools in this text, see the companion book Scaling Lean & Agile Development: Thinking and Organizational Tools for Large-Scale Scrumfor complementary foundation tools.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction 1

Chapter 2: Large-Scale Scrum 9

Action Tools

Chapter 3: Test 23

Chapter 4: Product Management 99

Chapter 5: Planning 155

Chapter 6: Coordination 189

Chapter 7: Requirements & PBIs 215

Chapter 8: Design & Architecture 281

Chapter 9: Legacy Code 333

Chapter 10: Continuous Integration 351

Chapter 11: Inspect & Adapt 373

Chapter 12: Multisite 413

Chapter 13: Offshore 445

Chapter 14: Contracts 499

Miscellany

Chapter 15: Feature Team Primer 549

Recommended Readings 559

Bibliography 565

List of Experiments 580

Index 589

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