17 Tips for the Next Top 100 Agile Books

How ironic.

My own little book is the first one that did not make it onto the Top 100 Agile Books, which I published last week. If I had not made that last-minute decision to allow that other author’s book onto the list… *groan*

Oh well, it simply means I made it to the #1 slot of the list of new Agile books that didn’t make it onto the Top 100, this time.

Maybe next year…

1 How to Change the World: Change Management 3.0 Jurgen Appelo 2012
2 Who Is Agile? Yves Hanoulle Goodreads 2012
3 Agile Analytics: A Value-Driven Approach to Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing Ken W. Collier Goodreads 2011
4 Disciplined Agile Delivery: A Practitioner's Guide to Agile Software Delivery in the Enterprise Scott Ambler, Mark Lines Goodreads 2012
5 Individuals and Interactions: An Agile Guide Ken Howard, Barry Rogers Goodreads 2011
6 ATDD by Example: A Practical Guide to Acceptance Test-Driven Development Markus Gaertner Goodreads 2012
7 Enterprise Software Delivery: Bringing Agility and Efficiency to the Global Software Supply Chain Alan Brown Goodreads 2012
8 An Agile Adoption and Transformation Survival Guide Michael Sahota Goodreads 2012
9 The Retrospective Handbook Patrick Kua Goodreads 2012
10 The Dream Team Nightmare Portia Tung Goodreads 2012
11 There's Always a Duck Elizabeth Hendrickson Goodreads 2012
12 Enterprise Release Management: Agile Delivery of a Strategic Change Portfolio Louis J. Taborda Goodreads 2011
13 30 Days to better Agile: Effective strategies for getting results Fast using Scrum Angela Druckman Goodreads 2012
14 Combat Agile: Applying Military Concepts to Create Top-Performing Agile Teams Steven T. Johnson Goodreads 2012
15 Everything You Want to Know About Agile Jamie Lynn Cooke Goodreads 2012
16 Discover to Deliver Ellen Gottesdiener Goodreads 2012
17 The Leprechauns of Software Engineering Laurent Bossavit Goodreads 2012

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