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Do you need help with your Agile adoption? Or would you like to share what worked or didn’t as you were doing an adoption in your own company? If so, Agile Alliance invites you to participate in the Agile Coaching Network. Hosted by Ray Arell, the ACN is a monthly webcast event that enables you to learn and share with other Agile practitioners. More info at AgileCoachingNetwork.org This podcast is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
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In this episode, we talk about the impact of permanent work-from-home policies on Agile team development and coaching.  Plus, we share recommendations on books, blogs, and whitepapers on business and leadership agility. (00:00) Introduction(01:41)  Permanent work-from-home and Agile(40:06)  Resources on business and leadership agility?(47:50) Wrap upThis podcast is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0.  If you want more information about the Agile Coaching Network.  Please go to AgileCoachingNetwork.org Support the show (https://www.agilealliance.org/membership-pricing/)
In this episode, we talk about ways to move teams away from command and control over to a more self-organization model.  Also, we explore why and when Agile project management. (00:00) Introduction(02:06)  Moving from command and control to self-organization(33:18)  Why use Agile project management?(45:17) Wrap upThis podcast is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0.  If you want more information about the Agile Coaching Network.  Please go to AgileCoachingNetwork.org Support the show (https://www.agilealliance.org/membership-pricing/)
In this episode, we talk about recommendations for implementing Agile on a team not developing software, what are the signs that a team has become too large and should be split, and what are some steps to get your foot in the door doing product ownership and development. (00:00) Introduction(02:35) Implementing Agile on a team not developing software(24:04) Signs that the team has become too large and should be split (33:24) How to get your foot in the door doing product ownership and development (46:07) Wrap upThis podcast is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0.  If you want more information about the Agile Coaching Network.  Please go to AgileCoachingNetwork.org Support the show (https://www.agilealliance.org/membership-pricing/)
In this episode, we talk about Agile testing strategies and does it look like in different companies.  Also, we talk about coaching a new product owner who is overwhelmed by the job.   (00:00) Introduction(01:41) Agile testing strategies(34:17) Coaching the overwhelmed product owner(46:00) Wrap upThis podcast is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0.  If you want more information about the Agile Coaching Network.  Please go to AgileCoachingNetwork.org Support the show (https://www.agilealliance.org/membership-pricing/)
In this episode, we talk about how we deal with unconscious biases as a coach, and how do we detect and dampen them.   Also, we talk about how to shift the team to an outcome mindset.   (00:00) Introduction(00:46) Dealing with unconscious biases(31:54) Shifting to an outcome mindset(46:59) Wrap upThis podcast is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0.  If you want more information about the Agile Coaching Network.  Please go to AgileCoachingNetwork.org Support the show (https://www.agilealliance.org/membership-pricing/)
In this episode, we discuss how to maneuver and prepare for a Black Swan event.  Also, we talk about should we measure Agile maturity or not. (00:00) Introduction(02:03) Maneuvering a Black Swan event(35:17) How and should we measure Agile maturity or not?(46:40) Wrap upThis podcast is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0.  If you want more information about the Agile Coaching Network.  Please go to AgileCoachingNetwork.org Support the show (https://www.agilealliance.org/membership-pricing/)
In this episode, we discuss what does it mean to be "good enough" to ship a product.  Also, we talk about how Agile coaches measure their own success in an organization.  (00:00) Introduction(00:52) What does it mean to be "good enough" to ship a product?(26:45) How Agile coaches measure their own success in an organization?(44:25) Wrap upThis podcast is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0.  If you want more information about the Agile Coaching Network.  Please go to AgileCoachingNetwork.org Support the show (https://www.agilealliance.org/membership-pricing/)
In this episode, we devote the hour to talking about having to work remotely now that face-to-face is not possible.  We also talk about you are taking care of yourself during this pandemic. (00:00) Introduction(01:33) Working remotely when face-to-face is not possible(48:46) Wrap upThis podcast is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0.  If you want more information about the Agile Coaching Network.  Please go to AgileCoachingNetwork.org Support the show (https://www.agilealliance.org/membership-pricing/)
In this episode, we talk about how people learn both at the team and personal level.  We also talk about how somebody moves to an Agile coach role from scrum master, and how to become an enterprise-level coach. (00:00) Introductions(02:17) Learning at the team and personal level(29:20) How do you move from scrum master to Agile coach?(39:41) How do you become an enterprise-level coach? (43:34) Wrap upThis podcast is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0Support the show (https://www.agilealliance.org/membership-pricing/)
In this episode, we talk about people's big Agile wins in 2019 and what they want to get done in 2020.  We also answer the question of how to not be an outsider as a scrum master, and we look at how to reflect on our own behavior and team communications.  (00:00) Introductions(03:45) What are your big wins for 2019 and what does 2020 look like(25:21) How to not be an outsider as a scrum master(35:10) Effective team communications(46:20) Wrap upThis podcast is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0Support the show (https://www.agilealliance.org/membership-pricing/)
An exclusive interview with the Supporting Agile Adoption Initiative at their yearly meeting in Stockholm, Sweden.   Attendees included Hendrik Esser of Ericsson,  Eric Abelen of ING,  Bjarte Bogsnes of Equinor, Jutta Eckstein of IT communication, Jorgen Hesselberg of Comparative Agility, Jens Coldewey of Improuv,  Marcin Floryan of Spotify,  John Buck of Governance Alive, Elena Vassilieva of Ericsson, and Ray Arell of Agile Alliance.  We talk about organizational design in Agile companies to promote higher contextual awareness and coordination between parts within companies.  We also talk about sustainability and how development teams can help innovate and create a  sustainable future.      (00:00) Introduction(02:35) What is the Supporting Agile Adoption Initiative (07:47) Organizational Design and Octopus Structures(36:31) Sustainability(46:54) Wrap upThis podcast is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0Support the show (https://www.agilealliance.org/membership-pricing/)
In this last episode of the year: (2:24) We explore why people seek permission to improve products, their teams, and themselves(26:52) Do you use different frameworks depending on the nature of the work?(37:42) How do you assess Agile maturity?Special thanks to the outstanding work of my ACN hosting team.  Thank you so much Hendrik Esser, Jörg Pietruszka, and Linda Cook!This podcast is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0Support the show (https://www.agilealliance.org/membership-pricing/)
This is a special ACN that was recorded live with Eddy Bruin, Kristine Corbus, Paul Holland, Tom Roden, David Evans, Damian Synadinos and Huib Schoots at the Agile Testing Days event in Germany.  We talk about the benefits of a stand-alone Agile conference focused on test, how Agile has changed test professionals, and what are the key takeaways from this Agile Testing Days event.   Support the show (https://www.agilealliance.org/membership-pricing/)
In this episode: (00:39) Is Agile killing or helping innovation?(15:20) Is there value in determining metrics based on cycle time? What metrics are other organizations using to provide leadership visibility into team performance? (26:17) What practical techniques can help improve the cohesiveness of a team in an Agile environment? (37:00) Has there been much success in introducing Agile and practicing Agile in K-12 classrooms?(39:38) What are you reading?(43:13) Wrap up.Support the show (https://www.agilealliance.org/membership-pricing/)
In this episode, (00:37) we talk about building a "Yes, and..." culture; (28:17) How do you bring cultural change to an organization?; (40:40) What are you reading?; (41:45) Wrap-up and upcoming events. Support the show (https://www.agilealliance.org/membership-pricing/)
In this episode: (00:45) we talk about what is wrong with mandated Agile transformations (17:43) What is the best way a scrum master can show value? (31:51) What is the difference between digital and Agile transformations?(37:27) What is the best practice for user stories added in the middle of the iteration?(46:00) Wrap-up and upcoming events. Support the show (https://www.agilealliance.org/membership-pricing/)
In this episode, we talk about:The Agile principle about how we can build projects around motivated individuals. How do we do this?(23:09) Should people in an organization be given a choice to be agile or not? How would this impact employee engagement?(32:58) How do you stop/avoid teams converting user story points into time?(47:27) Wrapup: taking about Agile 2019's Business Agility Lab and ACN events. Support the show (https://www.agilealliance.org/membership-pricing/)
In this episode, (01:04) we explore the concept of Flow and how it works with Agile; (19:44) Any suggestions on coaching effectiveness measurements? ; (29:10) What is the Project Management Office (PMO) role in Agile?; (39:22) Wrap up: upcoming events.Support the show (https://www.agilealliance.org/membership-pricing/)
In this episode, (00:51) we explore a terrible story from the Narrative Project about never having enough time to test; (21:47) How do we combine sprint reviews so that stakeholders can participate?; (29:21 ) Is it essential for leaders to understand and act Agile before they have others do so? ; (36:53) Is it important to hone personal agility to enhance organizational agility? ; (46:49) Wrap up: upcoming events.Support the show (https://www.agilealliance.org/membership-pricing/)
In this episode, (1:03) Narrative Project: we explore ways to dampen stories around somebody feeling that they don't get training opportunities | (14:59) What are some small steps to get started in shifting a large 3K employee organization from multi-year project funding to a more Agile funding model? | (23:59) What are the best approaches/ideas/personal experiences when trying to strengthen or build team trust when scrum coach and team are not co-located? | (35:33) What books are your reading? | (38:37) Wrap up: join Ray at the following events.Support the show (https://www.agilealliance.org/membership-pricing/)
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Mya Z

What's the name and author of the book about vertical slicing?

Jun 20th
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