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Agile Shopping List

I was over at the AgileScout website and found a humorous post. The title was Agile Products for Sale – What’s Worth Buying.

Eric Laramée from Agile Partnership made a comment and got me thinking.  Why aren’t more retailers jumping on the bandwagon to offer “Agile” products?

What got us started was a listing on Amazon for a ($12.50) pack of 50 pack of Story Cards. Now, I’m not going to say anything bad about this product. I actually think it’s clever they are offering a product like this.  Those who have been doing Agile for more than one iteration probably have multiple packs of ($1.95) 100 pack 3×5 index cards sitting on their desks.

In no particular order, here is a list of “Agile” products I found on Amazon.  Yes, all of these links are going to an Amazon affiliate account.  I figured I would give it a try.

Agile Shopping List

Not on Amazon, are Mountain Goat Software planning poker cards.  What can I say, I love these cards.

So, what’s on your Agile shopping list?  Feel free to add a comment.

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About Derek Huether

I'm Vice President of Enterprise Engagements at LeadingAgile. I'm super focused on results. But I also take the hand waving out of organizational transformations. I come from a traditional PM background but I don't give points for stuff done behind the scenes. The only thing that counts is what you get done and delivered. Author of Zombie Project Management (available on Amazon)

5 Responses to “Agile Shopping List”

  1. December 6, 2010 at 2:02 pm

    Nice. Ha! Need to create a bundle deal

    • Anonymous
      December 6, 2010 at 2:09 pm

      …and offer it for $19.95

  2. December 7, 2010 at 3:38 am

    Since I work in a common & a mobile workplace anything that’s not on the cloud does not really work for me, except of course the Lysol :P. But I would still have all that on my shopping list for my home office 🙂

    • Anonymous
      December 7, 2010 at 3:45 pm

      It’s funny that you say that. I have all of this at the client site (white-boards, Lysol, post-it notes…) but everything is cloud-based at home. My wife isn’t as zealous about having a Kanban board over my desk at home.

      • December 11, 2010 at 6:58 am

        My client side has a mobile work space, no permanent desk or cube.. you basically plug in your laptop wherever you find a empty chair and an outlet. But i do have a relate with on the home front :))

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