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Agile Project Management: Creating Innovative Products

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Best practices for managing projects in agile environments-now updated with new techniques for larger projects

Today, the pace of project management moves faster. Project management needs to become more flexible and far more responsive to customers. Using Agile Project Management (APM), project managers can achieve all these goals without compromising value, quality, or bu

ebook, 432 pages
Published July 10th 2009 by Pearson Education (first published April 6th 2004)
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used for a college course for Agile Project Management. Great introduction to APM, and leadership in general.
it's definitively one of the most important books about Agile project management. It is oriented to project managers and stakeholders to want to manage project and portfolio of agile projects. notice that only the 2nd version worth the money invested.
My business stakeholders expect to deliver predictably, in order to organize sales and service activities.
Let's see if this book can bring some inspiration...
This book has a lot of good advice, if you don't get too caught up in all of the "agile" hype.
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