Agile Reading List

This is my Gold Standard reading list for learning and practicing the Scrum Software Development Methodology. Not surprisingly, Scrum can be used for any kind of project, not just software development as it’s Lean Management framework was largely borrowed from Lean Manufacturing principles from Lean Six Sigma, TQM, Kanban, Kaizen and the Theory of Constraints. This list was originally borrowed from the Scrum Alliance’s reading list. In addition to the articles found on the Scrum Alliance’s website, the following books will help you on your journey to Scrum.

All of these books are available via the O’Reilly Safari Books Online website.

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