Well Agile Project Management is no cakewalk for people who are new to startup. As the matter of fact even seasoned veterans of startups world might find it difficult as well and that’s why today we will give you a list of books that can act as a guideline for Agile Project Management.
The Lean Startup
They call this book the Agile bible and its author, Eric Ries is a very well known and knowledgeable man in the world of business management. If you don’t have enough time to read multiple books then we suggest you to concentrate on this book.
The Lean Product Playbook: How to Innovate with Minimum Viable Products
Dan Olsen is a great writer and this book is one of his finest works. This book is extremely useful for people who just want to start their business but this doesn’t mean that people with high experience will not find this book useful.
Theory of Constraints
This book is written by Eliyahu M. Goldratt and it is a great guide for people who are not starters and have some experience in starting business and Agile Project Management.
Kanban and Scrum: Making the Most of Both
Well, after some books with specific audience, we have reached a book which is suitable for everyone in Agile Project Management. This is a straight forward book that can help you manage your project and make it done in a glorious fashion.
Agile Contracts: Creating and Managing Successful Projects with Scrum
This book has 3 writers and they are Andreas Opelt, Boris Gloger, and Wolfgang Pfarl. This golden trio wrote a book that can sum up the whole requirements for Agile Project Management. I guess that the name itself can describe the content basis so I won’t make a lengthy text about what you can realize with ease from the title.
Founders at Work: Stories of Startups Early Days
Well this is the icing in the cake; you can read this book and not only get great deal of knowledge about Agile Projects but learn a whole lot more about startup. Author of this book is a famous writer named Jessica Livingston.
The Innovator’s Dilemma: When New Technologies Cause Great Firms to Fail
Clayton M. Christensen wrote this masterpiece of business world for almost every one. If you don’t know that you should implement a new technology for your business then we suggest you to read this book as soon as possible to clear the skies and have a greater vision of what lays ahead of you.
We suggest you to read them in order because they can complete one another and they are like classes you can attend without spending time inside actual class. So go on and read them before diving into unknown waters of Agile Project so you can manage this project type without failing hard.