AgileSherpa: Your Hub for News, Coach and Resources

In the first part of this blog series, we learned about the Intro to Agile, Training and Events section of AgileSherpa. If you’ve missed the first part, AgileSherpa is the premiere destination for starting your Agile journey, or just collecting a few tips and pointers along the way.

In this part, we’ll center our attention on more valuable content: News, Coach, Resources.

News:

Need help finding the significant among the noise?

Can’t decipher fact from fiction in the world of Agile news and information?

We’ll admit; there’s enough out there to make your head spin.

Our editorial staff diligently digs through to find the best of the best, helping you with actionable insight as you advance your Agile initiative.

Want to hear how a UK company is using a mix of Scrum and Kanban to deliver customer value?

What industries are seeing tremendous productivity gains when adopting Agile?

This is just a sample of the types of topics that we uncover in the news section of AgileSherpa.

Coach:

The Coach section is your blueprint to the main terms, techniques, best practices from Agile.

Have a team that doesn’t quite have a handle on hosting an effective retrospective?

Are you unsure what the various metrics (Velocity, Cumulative Flow) mean to your team and management?

The Coach section will give you a strong framework and offer some helpful tips and links to encourage further research and learning.

Resources:

You’ll never really ‘master’ agile, but there’s certainly plenty of information available to help you towards the pursuit of higher understanding.

AgileSherpa has gathered the best books, Websites, videos, forums, downloads, and white papers in an easy-to-consume format.

The diversity of opinion and approach in the Resources will give you plenty of food for thought as you start or continue your Agile transformation.

Enjoy AgileSherpa; it’s the best Agile news and information that the Web has to offer.

Dan Naden
Community Manager
VersionOne

 

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