The Dream Team Nightmare: Boost Team Productivity Using Agile Techniques

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Product Details

Price
$24.00
Publisher
Pragmatic Bookshelf
Publish Date
Pages
304
Dimensions
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.64 inches | 0.9 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781937785710

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About the Author

Portia Tung is interested in helping people make the most of their potential. Her curiosity is driven in part by her desire to live a meaningful life. As a coach, storyteller and playmaker, Portia strives to release human potential by changing systems from within.

Reviews

Engaging and fun to read, The Dream Team Nightmare is jam-packed with fresh ideas and techniques that are easy to adopt. It's also a great springboard for follow-up reading on the bigger ideas such as systems thinking. I would heartily recommend it to everyone to share with their teams.
--Victoria Morgan-Smith Scrum Master
The Dream Team Nightmare is a breath of fresh air in comparison to other books on project theory and process out there. It provides you with a wealth of information to make better decisions on your project.
--James Major Project Manager Network Rail
The Dream Team Nightmare is a crash course in Agile. I strongly recommend it to all readers involved in building software products, from technical to product people.
--Dyan Corutiu Software Developer
The Dream Team Nightmare is an innovative and entertaining read that helped me learn some new ideas and techniques, had me thinking about how I work, and kept me wanting to continue the adventure.
--Karl Scotland Agile Coach Rally Software
The Dream Team Nightmare is packed with tips and concrete techniques for how to do just about everything an Agile Coach does. Portia's entertaining book is totally unlike any other Agile book you've ever read.
--Liz Sedley Author of Agile Coaching
This is the most fun read I've had in a long time. I anticipate that it will have the same dramatic effect for Agile methods as The Goal did for Systems Thinking. You should read it at least twice, once for enjoyment and a second time for deeper learning.
--Matt Gelbwalks Transformation Coach North Main, LLC
The Dream Team Nightmare shows in a gentle yet concrete way how an Agile coach works. A great book for anyone working to introduce Agile to others.
--Michael McCullough Founder of Tastycupcakes.org and Executive Technical Director at Quadrus Development