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First, I have to admit I'm German. Germans are different, they don't like American effectiveness and performance culture that much. They also coach differently. They often see coaching a little closer to therapy, more holistically - interpret it less in terms of achieving goals. You have to understand that point in my review. In this German perception, Less recommends a coaching that is a hodgepodge of everything possible. She doesn't worry about basic questions like whether someone who is part of a system can be a coach. Her "agile coach" is the Eierlegendewollmilchsau and at the same time everything from mentor to conflict solver, from trainer to Mother Theresa. I think she describes a coaching at the end, which she can cover very well herself, but hardly anyone else. Is it individual coaching? Team coaching? Where is the boundary? Basic questions are not answered in my point of view. But as I said, take cultural imprint into account. The book is nevertheless a very good introduction to get an idea about a possible perspective on agile coaching. There are also many good tips - but in the end too little clear guidance and too little direction.
Being a certified Co-Active coach myself (as is the author), this is the best Agile book i've come across. This book gets to the core of what Agile is about and how you can create the Agile Mindset within organisations. Just Brilliant.
I was curious to see what Lyssa had to offer in her book and was genuinely wide eyed with interest within every single chapter. A great source of inspiration and potential frameworks to address a multitude of the situations scrum masters and agile coaches face day to day in our work.
Extremely useful for both experienced coaches (as a repository of thoughts and coaching styles) and beginners in transition. It summarizes a lot of practical experiences in a very clear and structured way. I would recommend it to any Agile coach, ScrumMaster or team leader/project manager who is implementing (or planning to implement) Agile