Books by Craig Larman

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with my co-author BAS VODDE...

Practices for Scaling Lean & Agile Development: Successful Large, Multisite & Offshore Product Development with Large-Scale Scrum

Reflecting our work over recent years, this text explores scaling lean and agile development with Large-Scale Scrum. It was written with my co-author Bas Vodde, who has long and in-depth experience with very large agile product development and enterprise transformations (at Nokia Networks and NSN), and like me, has worked in large embedded systems.

This books explores the concrete practices for large-scale lean product development or agile development with large-scale Scrum, including requirements, contracts, architecture and design, agile offshore development, large-scale multisite development, coordination, and planning multi-hundred-person product group development, and more.

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Scaling Lean & Development: Thinking & Organizational Tools for Large-Scale Scrum

Reflecting our work over recent years, this text explores scaling lean and agile development with Large-Scale Scrum. It was written with my co-author Bas Vodde, who has long and in-depth experience with very large agile product development and enterprise transformations (at Nokia Networks and NSN), and like me, has worked in large embedded systems.

This books explores the foundation for a successful enterprise transformation to large-scale lean or agile product development: the thinking tools and organizational redesign tools necessary to lay the foundation for new practices. Without leadership (and others) that understand and institute these foundational elements, it is difficult to succeed with applying the practices.

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Agile and Iterative Development: A Manager's Guide

This is the best-selling introduction to agile methods, worldwide. It introduces the big ideas of iterative and evolutionary development, agile methods, and a variety of agile and of purely iterative methods: Scrum, XP, UP, and Evo.

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Applying UML and Patterns

I'm grateful to know that the publishers tell me this the most popular text worldwide for software development. It is now in about 15-20 languages and is a standard university text in many countries as an introduction to analysis and design of software-intensive systems.

I wrote the first edition in 1995.

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