Liftoff – come lanciare team e progetti Agili di Fabio Armani Come per mettere in orbita un razzo è importante effettuare molteplici operazioni. Lift Off Diane Larsen and Ainsley Nies In a project Lift Off, everyone associated with the project come together to define the initial intentions. Get this from a library! Liftoff: launching agile teams & projects. [Diana Larsen; Ainsley Nies].

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However, the framework is highly practical and it proved to be helpful in this kind of situation.

Liftoff, by Diana Larsen and Ainsley Nies – Onyx Neon Press

Although we all know that a good start of a project has a huge effect on how things are going, not many people know what “a good start” actually means. By using this site you understand and agree to our use of cookies, our Terms Of Useand Privacy Policy. Description Prereqs Resources Extracts Author. Your request to send this item has been completed.

Liftoff, Second Edition: Start and Sustain Successful Agile Teams

Liftoff-it’s the unexplored, often ignored, Agile project practice. This success is in your hands! You are commenting using your Facebook account.

Sep 08, Katie Shields rated it it was ok. Your unique team characteristics will drive many of the design decisions. Please verify that you are not a robot. Anthony J Supinski rated it it was amazing Jun 10, lifgoff Select design elements to establish a rich atmosphere for effective communication. Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items.


Home About Help Search. This is one of my go to books to refresh techniques and stimulate next steps. There are no agilf topics on this book yet. Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. Return to Book Launcuing.

Discover new step-by-step instructions and techniques for agild team performance in this second edition of Liftoff.

It’s a quick read, with a very effective prose, therefore it’s a good time investment. Thomas Kuryura rated it really liked it Jan 18, Jun 29, Mya rated it it was ok Shelves: Everyday teams are asked to start work on projects that they don’t have a clear understanding about.

Learn new insights and techniques for starting projects and teams the right way, with expanded concepts for planning, organizing, and conducting liftoff meetings.

In this talk, Diana Larsen explores ways to accomplish Liftoff, including the vital step of chartering the project. Please enter the message.

Thumb The best liftoffs create a sense of ownership of the outcomes. It’s real value is in doing a lift-offs, in chartering with your teams and there are great, clear, concise instructions in the book how to achieve that – so just pick the book and take a team through it. Defying Gravity What Is a Liftoff? I did not regret it. In this book the laaunching suggest a set of activities for the team start, kick-off, launch, charter, liftoff or however you want to call it. Prospective analysis is a method of looking ahead and checking assumptions about a project — taking into consideration the risks and the benefits.


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Concrete examples from our practices show you how to get everyone on the same page from the start as you form the team. I see the value of this book not in reading it – I found it almost a bit of a struggle to actually dry-read it.

Citations are based on reference standards. This critical practice informs, inspires, and aligns everyone to a singular purpose: Activities for defining the Purpose, for creating the Alignment and describing the Context.

Aug 06, Ravi Sinha rated it liked it Shelves: Likewise, your project needs its entire set of supporting systems in place to begin a successfu Liftoff-it’s the unexplored, often ignored, Agile project practice.