Part IV

Managing in Agile


In this part . . .

In the following chapters, I explain how to use agile processes to manage the different areas of responsibility that most projects have in common, such as scope, procurement, time, cost, team dynamics, communication, quality, and risk.

You come to understand the important differences between historical project management and agile approaches for each project management area. You see how to apply the different 12 Agile Principles to each area and how self-organizing scrum teams can work with different agile artifacts and events to successfully manage agile projects.

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