Agile with Guts - A Pragmatic Guide to Value-Driven Development (Nicolas Gouy)

 
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Agile with Guts - A Pragmatic Guide to Value-Driven Development (Nicolas Gouy)

"Valuable software" is the subject of the Agile Manifesto's first tenet. Value is the perceived advantage we receive from something, and it is arbitrary.

Imagine that you are employed by a sizable company's IT division. You want to use iterative delivery to produce valuable software. Numerous stakeholders with numerous definitions of value may exist. How can you be sure you are "building the proper thing" and "building the thing right" at the same time? If your productivity rises, you can be producing the incorrect product more quickly.

This book explains the strategies a major organization employs to concentrate on the correct product and solidify the notion that producing fewer results in greater outcomes.

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