Practical tips and tools from ten years of Agile.

I have been working to help teams and organisations adopt Agile ways of working for close to 10 years now, usually in the role of a Scrum Master or Agile Coach. During this time, I have had the privilege of working with a lot of great teams. Being exposed to a lot of different environments has been a brilliant learning experience, as each organisation is unique and therefore forces you to try new things and approaches in your efforts to support change.

This book is about sharing the tool kit I have developed during this time. Many of these tools were developed incrementally within teams I worked with, some literally taking years and exposure to a variety of organisations to reach their current state. My hope is to save you some of that time.

Jeff Campbell

Jeff is an Agile Coach who considers the discovery of Agile and Lean to be one of the most defining moments of his life, and considers helping others to improve their working life not to simply be a job, but a social responsibility. As an Agile Coach, he has worked with driving Agile transformations in organisations both small and large.

Jeff is also involved in the Agile community outside of the work place being one of the founding members of Gothenburg Sweden’s largest agile community at 500+ members, a community run agile discussion group which he has helped to spread to 3 countries. He also organizes the yearly conference

  1. Purpose of This Book
  2. Some Practical Stuff
  3. Experiment Driven Change
  4. Door Calendar
  5. Doing Dots
  6. Bugs for Breakfast
  7. Communication Protocol
  8. Tasty Timeboxes
  9. Where Does The Time Go?
  10. Event Log
  11. Resilience Map
  12. Recruitment Retrospectives
  13. Appreciation Flowers
  14. Value Poker
  15. In-Line Definition of Done
  16. Not Now Backlog
  17. Visualised Flow