Non-Fiction, Pamela Meyer, Reviews

Review: Pamela Meyer – The Agility Shift

I’ve read a lot of books about agile this year. While looking at some lists, I found this book by Pamela Meyer. I decided to read it! Here’s my short review on The Agility Shift.

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Non-Fiction, Patrick Lencioni, Reviews

Review: Patrick Lencioni – The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable

Last week I read The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable. It’s a non-fiction book about teamwork and what makes teams fail, but told via a fable. It’s a fun read and Patrick Lencioni adds cool characters for his story.

So, what did I think about the book?

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Diana Larsen, Esther Derby, Non-Fiction, Reviews

Review: Esther Derby & Diana Larsen – Agile Retrospectives: Making Good Teams Great

I like feedback. It’s great. Totally awesome. Sorry, let me untrumpify that: I enjoy feedback a lot. I think it is a great tool to learn things and to adjust your course. And it helps you improve. At my job, we try to continuously improve ourselves and our projects. One means of getting feedback, is through retrospectives. And to improve those, I decided to read this book.

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