Target audience: ScrumMasters, agile Coaches
Urs’s comment: There are two sides to this book. On one hand, the book is full of very good advice, well explained and covered with real world scenarios and examples. And this is the reason why I have to recommend this book for anyone who wants to coach agile development. Beside descriptions on how to run an agile process (planning, daily stand-up and so on), the book explains how to improve team work and how to drive change. On the other hand, there is absolutely no fun involved in ready this book. Don’t get me wrong, the book is well written, but anything else is just boring (that seams to be a problem for me with all books from the Pragmatic Programmers series). Anyway, I survived the 212 pages and learned a lot.