How To Bring Positive Changes In Your Agile Team With Experiment Driven Change
For Expert and Amateur Agile Coaches And Scrum Masters
Introducing a New Approach in Solving Issues Before, During And After Retrospectives …
From LeanPub’s best selling book “Actionable Agile Tools” comes this free chapter about
Experiment Driven Change. 
Download it TODAY and discover: 
  •  Why most Retrospectives are doomed to fail right from the start … and what    you can do to  prevent it
  •  The Unproductive Pattern most teams follow during RETROSPECTIVES (People  keep doing  this pattern and wondering why they get NO VALUE from  Retrospectives) 
  •  Why working in small increments can benefit Agile teams in the long run? 
  •  How to manage several issues without getting overwhelmed and exhausted in  finding the  perfect solution (ANY solution will do … even the wrong ones … You’ll  understand WHY)
Who should download this FREE Chapter?
  •   Coaches and Scrum masters who struggle to get their teams own the improvement process
  •   Managers who want to introduce continuous improvement to their teams in a practical and engaging manner
  •   People who wish to become superstar Agile coaches 
  •   Scrum Masters looking to pump energy into retro meetings
  •   Consultants working with software developers and tech startups
  •   Professionals who are looking for ways to build a working environment conducive to learning and creativity
  •   Trainers and teachers who are expanding their tools of the trade
  •   Agile teams who are not convinced that retrospective are useful 
About the Author
Jeff Campbell is an Agile Coach who considers the discovery of Agile and Lean to be one of the most defining moments of his life. He has been helping teams and organizations adopt Agile ways of working close to ten years now and he has worked with driving Agile transformations in organizations both small and large.

Jeff is also active in the Agile community and is one of the founding members of Sweden’s largest Agile community at 1000+ members,, a community run agile discussion group which he has helped to spread to 3 countries. He also organizes the yearly conference

For him, helping others improve their working life isn’t simply a job but a social responsibility.
This has led him to write the book “Actionable Agile Tools” since most materials and tools available to Scrum Masters and Agile Coaches are theoretical with almost zero practical tools available. 
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