Distributed Agile: DH2A: The Proven Agile Software Development Approach and Toolkit for Geographically Dispersed Teams, by Upadrista Venkatesh
If you have ever worked on an Agile software development project, you know the importance of face-to-face communication. Having both business and IT professionals working together in the same room can become the critical success factor. Can Agile be successful though when team members are scattered across rooms, buildings, regions, or even countries?
CHAPTER 1: Distributed Agile – What it all means
CHAPTER 2: Introduction to Design for Hybrid Agile Adoption
CHAPTER 3: Design for Hybrid Agile Adoption Methodology
CHAPTER 4: The Appraisal Segment
CHAPTER 5: The Estimation Segment
CHAPTER 6: The Planning Segment
CHAPTER 7: The Implementation Segment
CHAPTER 8: The DH2A Roles
CHAPTER 9: The Basics of E-DH2A
CHAPTER 10: The E-DH2A Office
CHAPTER 11: E-DH2A Office Governance
CHAPTER 12: The E-DH2A Framework Implementation
Yes! By following the Design for Hybrid Agile Adoption (DH2A) approach, framework and set of templates and tools explained in this book, you can implement successful Agile projects. After reading this book, you will master these ten objectives:
Distributed Agile contains three sections. Section I provides the basics of distributed Agile and DH2A, compares collocated with distributed Agile, and shares the rewards of following a distributed Agile approach. Section II dives into the DH2A methodology, with entire chapters dedicated to the Appraisal Segment, Estimation Segment, Planning Segment, and Implementation Segment. In addition there is a chapter in Section II on the roles required to make DH2A a success. Section III focuses on the DH2A framework, with an emphasis on Project Management Office and Governance. Actual case studies are used to illustrate the many useful tools within this text.
Upadrista Venkatesh has worked in a blended mixture of the onsite-offshore model and had been the trusted advisor for several organizations to help them adopt the strategies of distributed development. He is currently working in the leadership role for a large IT service provider apart from being an advisor to the DH2A Institute. His current research and interests focus on bringing strategic changes to organizations seeking to move to the Distributed Agile development approach.
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