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Last updated on 2016-01-08
About the Book
This is a book about continuous improvement in agile software development. Continuous improvement is what makes agile work. It’s at the heart of agile, whether you use Scrum, Kanban or any other agile framework.
The goal of this book is to make you aware of the importance of continuous improvement, explore how it is engrained in agile software development, and provide suggestions that you can use in your daily work to improve continuously and increase your organization's agility.
The book is a work in progress. You can buy the eBook for a discounted price as long as the book is being updated to learn more about continuous improvement. Thanks to Leanpub you will automatically receive all future versions for free :-).
Feedback on this book is very much appreciated. Please sent your suggestions, comments, ideas or questions to BenLinders@gmail.com.
Continuous Improvement is the act of continuously doing whatever helps to become better and thus more valuable - Ben Linders.
- What is Continuous Improvement
- How Agile Engraines Continuous Improvement
- How to Improve Continuously
- Sustainable Pace
- Getting More out of Agile and Lean
- About the Author
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