This is the governing body for certification in Disciplined Agile.
@Jaco, good catches. We'll likely update this chapter later today or tomorrow. We've copied a couple of diagrams in from the Evolve WoW chapter to make things a bit clearer we hope.
@Drennan, good point. Yes, we're going to add key points to all of the chapters. We find that it's a very good way to provide a summary.
As far as layout goes, we're going to worry about that in a few weeks when we're at that publishing stage.
Hi Scott and Mark. Nice chapter :-). Some remarks:
1) You use the word "process blade" (point 3 on page 6) without explaining it first.
2) You reference Jason Little's "Lean Change Cycle" (figure 1.6 on page 8). He use another version of the picture in his book and training material. In that he use "Experiment" as opposed to "MVC". https://leanchange.org/resources/lcm/ (I know that in his book he at first reference it as MVC, but later replace it with Experiment)
3) Jason also refers to this as the "Lean Change Management Cycle" and not "Lean Change Cycle".
Hope this helps
Love the "Key Points in Chapter" and "Summary" section, should we not perhaps include that in every chapter? While I see your thinking to embed key points in the middle of the DAD principles it makes it a little weird as I not not accustomed to reading a sentence then stopping and looking after the key points. I would usually read then when I get to the key points continue reading immediately the next line below (like text wrap). My suggestion would be just before the DAD principles center justified.. takes up more space but gives you a taste of whats to come and wets your appetite to devour the chapter.. the the summary reinforces those learnings.
We've just posted Chapter 1 which overviews fundamental concepts for the book. We think you'll find it very interesting and we hope that you take the time to provide feedback.
Thank you in advance.
© 2013-2019 Project Management Institute, Inc.
14 Campus BoulevardNewtown Square, PA 19073-3299 USA