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The ‘I’ in Agile – A Personal Journey is about my battle with Agile and the challenges I faced. Why were we doing what we were doing? How did I fit in when everything around is so fluid? In an environment where everyone was an expert and an all-rounder, was my role still relevant? Would I still have a good appraisal if I failed, failed fast and often enough?

This book is about how I felt anger and frustration, about how I learnt, unlearnt and found sanity in the madness – iteratively and incrementally. It is about how I discovered ways to cross the gap from a state where I thought I knew everything to a state where I acknowledged that I did not know anything, and how that ignited the spark in me to look for answers to my problems.

About the Author:

Hema Iyer is an IT professional who has been engaged in the different aspects of software delivery, for over 20 years. She has worked in projects in India, Singapore, Malaysia and UK in various capacities.

Her life goals are simple – to learn something new every day, to stay healthy and to sleep well, every night.

She lives in South London, with her husband and two lovely children.

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1 review for The ‘I’ in Agile – A Personal Journey

  1. MINNA RHODE (verified owner)

    The Author has very cleverly incorporated real life examples through her personal journey which I , as a non IT personal could easily relate to .

    She has used the key principles of interactions to meet both personal and practical needs of individuals while working on critical new developments like Esteem . Empathy , Involvement, Sharing and Support

    The book shows has huge relevance in both IT and large scale manufacturing companies adopt an agile-oriented design approach

    Certainly agile can be used during CAD design, where iterations can be short and engineers could break design tasks down into short iterative cycles and tweak new projects along the way using the agile

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