Category Archives: DAD Book


Please don’t call yourself a “Disciplined Agile shop”.  It is the kiss of death.  I was recently having a discussion with a client about visiting them on an upcoming visit to the UK.  At one point in the past they Read more…


It’s been a busy couple of weeks for Mark and I.  Here are some updates that are now available at the Sneak Previews (members only) page: Cover design update (see above).  This is our current, and very rough, draft. We’re Read more…


I’m happy to announce that Introduction to Disciplined Agile Delivery 2nd Edition: A Small Agile Team’s Journey from Scrum to Disciplined DevOps is now available.  The 111 page book sells for $9.99 US for the paperback edition and $3.99 US Read more…


We’re happy to announce that our new book, Introduction to Disciplined Agile Delivery: A Small Team’s Journey from Scrum to Continuous Delivery, is now available.  The 102 page book sells for $16.99 US for the paperback edition and $9.99 US Read more…


We’re really excited to see the Chinese edition of the Disciplined Agile Delivery book translated for the Chinese market.  Kudos to Kevin Yan in IBM China’s development labs for doing this translation.  Thank you very much for everyone involved!


Our book, Disciplined Agile Delivery: A Practitioner’s Guide to Agile Software Delivery in the Enterprise, appears to be the second best selling book YTD in IBM Press’s canon. Also, the book was the #3 best seller at the IBM Innovate conference Read more…


Mark met the team that just finished the translation of the DAD book into Japanese here at IBM Innovate in Orlando.  They have created a Japanese version of the DAD Blog.  A link has been added on the main page Read more…


Elizabeth Woodward, co-author of one of my favorite books on scaling agile, A Practical Guide to Distributed Scrum, recently posted a video on Youtube entitled Disciplined Agile Delivery – The Shirt, the Summary .  I worked with Elizabeth at IBM when Read more…


We received a new book review from one of our younger readers.  His comments: too much text, not enough pictures lots of content on DAD, but not enough on MOM   Thanks for the feedback Brayden, keep it coming!


The recording of my 1-hour InformationWeek webcast on DAD is available here: https://event.on24.com/eventRegistration/EventLobbyServlet?target=registration.jsp&eventid=482700&sessionid=1&key=44991426F6D07634F67A0321147EEA90&sourcepage=register  

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