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Agile Software Requirements: Lean Requirements Practices for Teams, Programs, and the Enterprise (Agile Software Development Series) [eBook Kindle]

Dean Leffingwell

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“We need better approaches to understanding and managing software requirements, and Dean provides them in this book. He draws ideas from three very useful intellectual pools: classical management practices, Agile methods, and lean product development. By combining the strengths of these three approaches, he has produced something that works better than any one in isolation.”

–From the Foreword by Don Reinertsen, President of Reinertsen & Associates; author of Managing the Design Factory; and leading expert on rapid product development

Effective requirements discovery and analysis is a critical best practice for serious application development. Until now, however, requirements and Agile methods have rarely coexisted peacefully. For many enterprises considering Agile approaches, the absence of effective and scalable Agile requirements processes has been a showstopper for Agile adoption. In Agile Software Requirements, Dean Leffingwell shows exactly how to create effective requirements in Agile environments.

  • Part I presents the “big picture” of Agile requirements in the enterprise, and describes an overall process model for Agile requirements at the project team, program, and portfolio levels
  • Part II describes a simple and lightweight, yet comprehensive model that Agile project teams can use to manage requirements
  • Part III shows how to develop Agile requirements for complex systems that require the cooperation of multiple teams
  • Part IV guides enterprises in developing Agile requirements for ever-larger “systems of systems,” application suites, and product portfolios

This book will help you leverage the benefits of Agile without sacrificing the value of effective requirements discovery and analysis. You’ll find proven solutions you can apply right now–whether you’re a software developer or tester, executive, project/program manager, architect, or team leader.

Sobre o Autor

Dean Leffingwell, a thirty-year software industry veteran, has spent his career helping software teams achieve their goals. A renowned methodologist, author, coach, entrepreneur, and executive, he founded Requisite, Inc., makers of RequisitePro, and served as its CEO. As vice president at Rational Software (now part of IBM), he led the commercialization of the Rational Unified Process. As an independent consultant and as an advisor to Rally Software, he has helped entrepreneurial teams and large, distributed, multinational corporations implement Agile methods at scale. He is the author of Scaling Software Agility: Best Practices for Large Enterprises (Addison-Wesley, 2007) and is the lead author of Managing Software Requirements, Second Edition (Addison-Wesley, 2003), which has been translated into five languages.


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  • Formato: eBook Kindle
  • Tamanho do arquivo: 15742 KB
  • Número de páginas: 560 páginas
  • Quantidade de dispositivos em que é possível ler este eBook ao mesmo tempo: Você pode ler este eBook em até 5 dispositivos ao mesmo tempo, de acordo com os limites estabelecidos pela editora
  • Editora: Addison-Wesley Professional; Edição: 1 (27 de dezembro de 2010)
  • Vendido por: Amazon Servicos de Varejo do Brasil Ltda
  • Idioma: Inglês
  • ASIN: B004JLMUJU
  • Leitura de texto: Habilitado
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  • Leitor de tela: Compatível
  • Configuração de fonte: Habilitado
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4.0 de 5 estrelas A Path for the Unforgiven 19 de janeiro de 2013
Por Joe Butson - Publicada na Amazon.com
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It is difficult to improve on a review like the one Per Kroll wrote, but I do need to add my own opinion on the book.

While the book's title may be deceptive, it is likely the best way to gather an audience for what I found to be an excellent and accessible recipe for implementing agile at scale. Having led Agile Teams at the Feature and Component Level, I know how powerful and fundamental those concepts are in engaging a team of over 100 people in a large Program.

Most profitable organizations have bits and pieces of best practices within and readers will recognize this when they skim through the books later chapters where Leffingwell begins to synthesize the fundamentals of agility and lean practices "up the organization."

Most organizations I have worked within "foam the runway" for large projects/programs to land. It is never pretty how ugly these landing can be with traditional planning only able to set up the "triage" ward for the inevitable crashes. This book describes how portfolio managers can create an agile architecture using epics to create a smooth landing for programs and keep the architecture aligned with the portfolio vision epics. Using lean techniques at the portfolio level brilliantly increases flow/reduces waste and keeps the focus on business value.

The book is a breeze to read for the agile community but I also think the jargon is limited enough that any manager can grasp it's fundamental power, and implement basic ideas/concepts of the book within a week of picking it up. I certainly hope this is the case as I am delivering a handful to my local colleagues this week.
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5.0 de 5 estrelas A wholistic enterprise approach to Agile 9 de agosto de 2011
Por Stephen Chin - Publicada na Amazon.com
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Dean has put together a gem of a book, taking all of his experience working with large-scale implementations of Agile and consolidating it into a model that you can apply across your enterprise.

Part of what I like about his approach is that it doesn't ignore the realities of typical enterprise organizations. Besides developers and testers, you have architects, product managers, executives, etc. Most of these folks provide value (although executives may be questionable), and need to be engaged in the Agile requirements process.

Dean has a great model for Agile Architecture that balances the need for team ownership and autonomy with a larger architectural roadmap and vision that works at scale. While a lot of Agile practitioners believe that architecture emerges, this is much harder to accomplish for projects that span teams, products, and geographies.

The most innovative part of this title is the application of Lean principles to enterprise portfolio planning. At scale, the simple Lean principles, of streamlining flow and limiting work in process, provide the right constraints to drive value through the organization. Dean has the first wholistic model for this, which starts with filtering requirements from across the enterprise, proceeds through evaluation and architectural analysis, and completes with implementation on the teams.

If you are looking for a book grounded in large-scale Agile implementation experience based on solid principles that can be applied to real organizations, then this is the right title for you.
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2.0 de 5 estrelas Too high level/only good for beginners 26 de junho de 2014
Por Silverstein - Publicada na Amazon.com
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This is an entry level book on agile software development and requirements. It spends a great amount of time talking around agile and requirements without really providing any solid discussion on how to do either effectively, or both together. Based on the reviews and the TOC, I thought this book might be a bridge for the gap between requirements analysis and agile -- which tends to throw out proper requirements analysis -- but instead it's just a 30,000 foot summary of the concepts. I wouldn't buy it again.
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5.0 de 5 estrelas Fantastic. That covers it all. 25 de outubro de 2014
Por SaneMan - Publicada na Amazon.com
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Whether you believe in The Scaled Agile framework or not, this book is superb. It provides factual and insightful information about the "why" of Agile practices in an enterprise environment. There's a lot of strong information where traditional agile methodology falls short such as the role of the architect, the product manager, and addressing the complexities of multi-team projects that goes way beyond SOS. Interesting and educational too. Love it.
5.0 de 5 estrelas Impressed 22 de dezembro de 2015
Por Ginger R. - Publicada na Amazon.com
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If you are interested in finding ideas to apply to solve problems as you scale your Agile implementation, this is a MUST read. The book not only has practical ideas which you can implement, it also provides you with the history and in some cases economic theory behind why it makes sense. Don't hesitate to buy this book as a guidebook to your scaling implementation. A must read for our development teams and product management.

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