- Boehm and Turner’s “Balancing Discipline and Agility”
- Winston Royce’s “Managing large software development systems” (sic)
- Fred Brooks “No Silver Bullet”
- Mike Cohn’s “Agile Planning and Estimating”
- Something on Earned Value like A Practical Guide to Earned Value Project Management or Earned Value Project Management
- Cockburn’s “Agile Software Development: The Cooperative Game” and “People and Methodologies in Software Development”
I'd ask myself,
- What are the common characteristics of real world ‘traditional project management’?
- What divergences do we have to the agile manifesto content?
- How are the ‘agile methods’ different?