AGILE Project Management for Busy Managers | Book Series


Customer expectations change under time and market conditions, and the business leaders keep struggling with the change in priorities. Earlier, people used to line-up at the shops for their needs, and wait for 5 to 7 days to receive the responses from the executives. Now, the tradition has changed. Companies are looking for the opportunities to reduce the Operational Costs and do more work with fewer staff members. Nowadays most of the Product Managers are looking for a continual change in tracking the work and operating in an environment of continual change.

The projects are always full of uncertainties, complexities, and ambiguities. So, what is the solution? How can we overcome and make things work? This short book gives a simple answer to all these questions. The author has concisely depicted most useful ideas on Lean-Agile as a practical guide. The book taps into the author’s deep experience on running projects at private and public sectors. This book is recommended for Project Managers in any field, and discipline.


Tony Riches

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