"Response Ability" could be find into the internet for free. Other book is Jeff Sutherland`s "The art of Doing Twice the Work in Half of Time". I have the possiiblity to make the book`s workshop with Mr. Sutherland. He explain how to use SCRUM in non software products. Saving Changes...
Thanks for all suggestions
Response Ability is available in eBooks Saving Changes...
I'd double-down on Lidia's recommendation of Agile Life.
I'd also add PMI's new Agile Practice Guide as it does have content relevant to non-technology projects.
I would suggest also reading Eric Ries's The Lean Startup.
Don't neglect soft skills with books like Shawn Achor's The Happiness Advantage, Tony Hsieh's Delivering Happiness, Jurgen Appelo's Managing for Happiness and of course, Greenleaf's Servant Leadership.
Just to comment. I disagree with Kiron. The new PMI´s Agile Practice Guide is not relevant to non-technology projects. In fact, it was created with the Agile Alliance and the Agile Alliance is software oriented. When you read the guide, if you have experience in Agile implemented in software, you will understand.
1 reply by Kiron Bondale
Jan 12, 2018 5:48 PM
While it was created with the Agile Alliance, the PMI input into it definitely does show non-technology DNA. Case in point is page 23 - the example they have provided is construction-related.
Chapter 4 is domain neutral as well - it focuses on the people aspects of agile.
Once we get into Chapter 5, there are certainly technology practices referenced but even many of those are presented without a focus on software.
Chapter 6 is 100% non-technology as it looks at organization enablers.