Dark Learning for Agile Enablement

We are currently working on a book about Dark Learning—Dark Learning for Agile Enablement. Enterprise learning–transferring knowledge, skills and behaviors within a large company–is still often thought of as an event (such as a training course or a Webinar), an artifact (such as training guides, videos and documentation) or programs that combine events and artifacts. The authors present a new approach to enterprise learning that fundamentally shifts how people think about and execute enterprise learning. Dark Learning is an approach to enablement that more transparently enables people to embrace new behaviors,…

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Practical Guide to Distributed Scrum

A Practical Guide to Distributed Scrum offers an unprecedented view into how distributed teams can successfully implement and use Scrum, the leading framework for agile software development. With tips, experiences and recommendations from over 1,084 agile team members from 30 countries, readers have access to a wealth of techniques that can maximize the potential of their globally-distributed teams. Early in the development process, the IBM QSE Agile Community decided to donate all royalties to charitable organizations. They voted on the following charities to benefit from these efforts.  Children’s Hunger Alzheimer’s…

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