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When i should read this book?

 
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When  i should read this book? I am independent consultant and freelancer, but what i see some company love kanban and some scrum and some waterfall, personally for feels more natural scrum, but in cases of big corps its difficult to say thats its suitable enough.
 
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a book?

personally, I prefer scrum , it organizes the workflow better.
 
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