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Join host Troy Lightfoot and special guest Kevin Callahan as they discussed Product Ownership beyond just process and into real life decision making. Kevin and Troy discuss making decisions depending on Business context, Prioritization techniques, LeanUX and LeanStartup applied to enterprise, Lean Flow, and Quality. 

Kevins website: www.interactionagility.com

Black Swan Farming: www.blackswanfarming.com

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Arlen Bankston and Brad Stokes chat about how HR can support a journey into an Agile environment, supporting the team, metrics and using HR as a stepping stone to transform an entire organisation. It is Agile and PeopleOps with Arlen Bankson.

Arlen is one of LitheSpeed’s two founders and owners and has been actively involved in the application and evolution of Agile software development processes such as Scrum, Kanban and Extreme Programming for over a decade and a half.  He is also a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt and was an early adopter in the application of broader lean principles to agile methods to deepen theoretical understanding and drive organizational change.

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 This week’s episode features special guest William Strydom and host Troy Lightfoot on the topic of “Transformative Cultural Change.” William and Troy discuss why “transformations” in general are so difficult and how Agile transformations are not unique to cultural change. They apply the lessons learned in Apartheid South Africa to change at the individual, team and and organizational levels in Agile Transformations. They also dive into why coaches who are expected to “install or roll out” agile will have limited success if the underlying human psychology is ignored. 

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Stop lying about when the teams will deliver. Instead make your roadmaps a communication device, not a commitment, or a list of promises to be broken. 
 
Listen in as Melissa Perri, Matt Barcomb and Agile Uprising hosts Colleen Johnson and Chris Murman discuss flow based, living road maps. 
 
And once again, we discuss if size matters.
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For our 100th episode, Jay Hrcsko hosts James Gifford, Chris MurmanAndrew Leff and Brad Stokes in a spirited discussion about VersionOne’s 12th Annual State of Agile? Report.

Topics include:

  • Distributed agile teams
  • % of teams using agile 
  • Reasons for adopting agile
  • Agile methods
  • Agile in outsourced projects
  • Challenges to adoption
  • Success measures 
  • SCALING SCALING SCALING
  • Does DAD/LeSS/NEXUS/etc. have a chance
  • And, of course, since Giff is on the show, poop

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Join David Allen, Brad Stokes and Andy Cleff as they discuss

Getting Things Done in an Agile World.

“Your mind is for having ideas, not holding them.”

David is the New York Times best-selling author of Getting Things Done – The Art of Stress-free Productivity. Since it was first published almost fifteen years ago, Getting Things Done has become an incredibly influential business book and one of the gotos for personal organization. GTD is now shorthand for a way of approaching professional and personal tasks and is used by individuals from CEOs to developers.

David discusses the origins of GTD, the journey upon the way, mistakes made and lessons learned. He touches on a range of research such as distributed cognition, the influence of the martial arts and experience of establishing one of the first truly holocratic companies.

Come and join the discussion on the coalition and share of your experiences with GTD.

Support the Agile Uprising by making a contribution via patreon.com/agileuprising Guest contact information Book – Getting Things Done – The art of stress-free productivity Upcoming Book – Getting Things Done for Teens




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Join Andy Flemming and Andy Cleff as they discuss An Everyone Culture: Deliberately Developmental Organizations.

DDO’s create an unusual kind of environment, one that tolerates ? even prefers ? making one’s failures, risks, and weaknesses public so that colleagues can support each other in the process of overcoming them.

There’s a wonderful congruence with Modern Agile principles:

  • Make People Awesome
  • Make Safety a Prerequisite
  • Experiment & Learn Rapidly
  • Deliver Value Continuously
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Members of the Agile Uprising present for this episode have held a number of certifications. Join us as we discuss each certification, why we think it exists, what it means if one has it, and whether renewing makes sense and if so in what situations.

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This week’s episode features special guest William Strydom and host Troy Lightfoot on the topic of “Getting Teams Unstuck with Structured Dynamics for Dialogue.” William and Troy discuss the David Kantor “4 Player Model” and how to help teams to high performance by focusing on “how” we communicate. This episode is all about Individuals and Interactions! 

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In this episode, Lisette Sutherland @lightling and Andy Cleff @justsitthere discuss how to work together anywhere. The biggest takeaway: there isn’t a one-solution-fits-all for remote working, no single formula to follow. Each person, each company, will need to experiment with tools and processes to find what makes him, her, or them most productive. Listen in and learn about the tools available and various processes that can work for different kinds of remote teams.

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