In this unique book, Sean Robson offers practical advice on the most effective way to see projects through from beginning to end. Basing his strategies on the twelve principles of the Agile Manifesto, and drawing on his vast experience, he particularly focuses on the use of Scrum and Kanban and their suitability for certain types of projects, enabling you to select the most appropriate method for the task in hand. As you read this book, you will learn how to build customer loyalty by delivering consistently high standards and offering greater flexibility and transparency. You will realize cost savings as you analyze your expenditure, reduce waste, and increase efficiencies in the delivery cycle. Effectiveness will increase as you promote greater inter-company collaboration and reduce the stress that so often accompanies large-scale projects. You will be able to eliminate unnecessary paperwork as you improve the clarity of requirements. Late projects, and those that exceed budget, will be a thing of the past!
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