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In writing The Human Side of Agile, Gil Broza has tapped into fundamental concerns -- and challenges -- of Agile practitioners. For not only does the "human" in the book's title refer to the people that make up any Agile team, it also pertains to those who lead them, to those who run the company, and to the people who purchase and use the end product. Gil encourages Agile team members to take up servant leadership and to steer all involved toward the excellence promised by properly executed Agile.

In the last 11 years, Gil has mentored and coached more than 2,000 professionals who then delighted their customers, shipped working software on time, and rediscovered passion for their work. He has also:

  • Worked as a development manager, team leader, and programmer for 12 years, successfully applying Agile methods since 2001
  • Coached dozens of private- and public-sector clients, large and small, including independent software vendors, custom development firms, and IS/IT departments
  • Served as a regular writer for the prestigious (a PMI publication), contributing articles on effective Agile behaviors
  • Given keynotes and interactive talks at various conferences worldwide
Throughout his career, Gil has focused on human characteristics that prevent positive outcomes in software development teams. These include limiting habits, fear of change, outdated beliefs, and blind spots. In helping teams overcome these factors, he supports them in reaching ever-higher levels of performance, confidence, and accomplishment. Organizations looking to fully realize Agile's potential rely on Gil's workshops, consulting, facilitation services, and enablement programs to fix lackluster Agile initiatives and support ongoing improvement. In addition, he offers much-needed services to help ScrumMasters, team leaders, and managers grow as servant leaders.

Gil's new book is The Agile Mind-Set: Making Agile Processes Work. Learn more from him by taking his two innovative self-study courses, Individuals and Interactions ( and Packing List for Your Agile Journey ( For free guidance, visit to receive Gil's popular Something Happened on the Way to Agile mini-program. Its 20 daily training segments will help you break the cycle of Agile mediocrity and move toward the promised benefits of Agile.

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5.0 su 5 stelle The human side - the key to going agile. 15 ottobre 2015
Di Brad R White - Pubblicato su
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This book helped us take our agile implementation to the next level.
I've seen many teams implement the agile practices and then get stuck, not making much more progress on the journey toward being agile.
One of the frequent comments about agile is that it doesn't *cause* problems with your development efforts, but it will *expose* problems. But what then? This book answers both of those problems. After you've implemented the practices, the next step is to make progress on the human side with those problems that are exposed.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Why Agile Fails... (This is what is missing) 20 dicembre 2012
Di Robert Shaw - Pubblicato su
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Agile has a dirty secret..
Many Coaches will teach you how to do Agile, how to follow the rule and change your process (for the better).
Many times you will hear that Agile is NOT a silver bullet, it is a Silver Mirror..
However it can take time.. Sometimes a long time for the true impacts of agile to manifest in your teams.
The realization that they have to embrace being agile and its tenets at their core. This change can cause distributions and tensions as people try to Grasp the change that is happening.
I would list this book as a MUST READ for anyone undergoing agile adoption especially at the end of year one.
5.0 su 5 stelle The Agile Linchpin guide 23 ottobre 2012
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If you've read Seth Godin's "Linchpin", and your chosen field of "becoming the best in the world in" is leading Agile teams, this book gives you all the details on how to become the Agile Linchpin in your environment. It's full of practical advice, presented in a way that can be read cover-to-cover, but also organized such that you can quickly find answers to questions you ask yourself in your day-to-day work.

You'll learn about designing your role, growing an Agile team, engaging in powerful conversations, being an Agile leader, and sustaining your team for the long term. You'll find plenty of extra food for thought if you follow the links in the notes section, and you can download handy one- and two-page worksheets and resources from the book's companion website.

Gil's book is the most practical "how-to" for Agile leaders and Agile change agents that I've found so far.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Gateway Book into Understanding How Agile Teams Work 4 marzo 2013
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There are many books about agile leadership. This is the one to start with as it covers all of the key areas and also points you to many of the canonical resources for the role of people in agile. To be successful at agile you need to understand the process you are using and the technical skills. There are few guides that cover the "meta" level where real people struggle with adopting agile methods. This may well become the standard companion book to the process and technical books on agile to address that level. You'll still want to read others to dive more deeply into specific areas, but this book can be your guide.
5.0 su 5 stelle A great (must) read! 21 ottobre 2012
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Gil really nails this one on the head! I think another reviewer said, "stop doing Agile and start being Agile" and I couldn't agree more. This book is designed to be on your desk, dog-eared, tape flagged, and well loved. I have read it cover to cover, but find myself going back to it and reading a chapter (or a part of a chapter) at a time, and that's more what Gil intended. I happened to be asked to read the manuscript and am so happy for Gil with the finished product. After it was published, I ordered a copy for another ScrumMaster who works with me and is struggling with getting her team from moving from "storming" to "norming". Highly recommend.

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