Our Books Recommendations List on Agile, Kanban, Lean and Business Productivity Themes


That list gathers the best books to get knowledge on the most important Agile, Kanban, Lean and Business Productivity related themes.

Books on Agile theme:

  • All About Agile: Agile Management Made Easy! by Kelly Waters
  • Agile Estimating and Planning by Mike Cohn
  • Project Retrospectives: A Handbook for Team Reviews by Norman L. Kerth
  • Agile Retrospectives: Making Good Teams Great by Esther Derby, Diana Larsen, Ken Schwaber

Free Drupal 7 Responsive themes

In our highly developed and quickly changing technology world it is very necessary to be Mobile. That is why our first article is dedicated to the Free Drupal 7 themes that will allow your own website be Mobile and easy to see in all the modern devices: from PC to tablet and smartphones! AgileLion Logic provides services in creating Mobile compatible websites, as well as other Drupal website development services.

What is the Difference between Agile, Kanban and Scrum in less than 5 minutes?

First let us remember that the Agile Movement was born in 2001 in the field of Software Development, at a time when complex and highly ineffective methods and management philosophies were being used to try to deliver software projects. They were collectively called heavy processes, because of the large number of steps they required to get anything done, the Rational Unified Process or RUP is one of them.

Two Factors that Lead Us to Success

The road to life isn’t linear. It isn’t Sherbrooke Street. It’s more like Côte-des-Neiges. It’s a country route, dusty and dirty, with soft shoulders and high banks. Don’t be afraid of taking chances – of striking out on paths that are untrod. Don’t be afraid of failing. Don’t be afraid of making an ass of yourself. I do it all the time and look what I got.

By William Shatner.

10 Rules for Business Success

Loïc Le Meur’s 10 Rules for Business Success, from the great piece Chris Nutall wrote for the Financial Times. Some do sound counter-intuitive, that makes them even more interesting. So read, and THINK before you do them.

Focus as One of the Most Powerful Principles in Business

“Focus, by itself, is one of the most powerful principles in business, period… And it’s especially powerful if your competitors are not focused.”

Joel Bomgar. More words of wisdom.

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