Originating from a conversation started by Zach Bonaker at Agile Coach Camp US, Mike Mccalla, Jay Hrsko, and Andrew Leff talk about the difference and how inflicting agile vs inviting agile affects an organization.
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Our interview with original manifesto co-author Bob Martin. Bob covers his perspective leading to, during and after the agile manifesto signing in 2001 at the ski resort in Snowbird, UT.
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Join Andrew Leff in his conversation with four of the agile community’s strongest female voices as they discuss how far we have come and how far we have to go in creating trust, safety and opportunity for women in agile. Listen in as Janice Linden-Reed, Beck Hartman, Lisa Crispin and Colleen Johnson share their personal stories and challenge each of us to find ways to mentor women at all points of their careers by building strong relationships and providing honest feedback.
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Hosted by Troy Lightfoot, Andrew Leff, Ryan Lockard and Jay Hrcsko, this episode dives into the role of the scrum master. What are the responsibilities of a scrum master? What makes a good or bad scrum master? Does the scrum master have to be a full time role for one team? These topics and more are discussed.
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An interview with the co-author of the manifesto, Crystal method founder, author, trainer, and global agile speaker Alistair Cockburn. Alistair provides in depth context into what he was doing prior to, and during the manifesto creation. Alistair is also presented with the notes Jon Kern shared, and his reaction to some notes is quite compelling as he sees what Jon handwrote next to his name!
Feb 22 2017 Update:
In our state of podcasting newness, we forgot to ask Alistair his hopes for the future of agile and its practitioners. He gracefully sat with us again for a brief addendum to his episode. The new content starts around minute 32, but the entire show is worth a re-listen! He discusses his paper 'Collaboration: The dance of contribution', the upcoming events with his Heart of Agile conference (Pittsburgh event is April 27 2017). Alistair even mentions his work with Teachable.com, when this links are ready we will update these notes.
Our interview with original manifesto co-author Jon Kern. Jon covers his perspective leading to, during and after the agile manifesto signing in 2001 at the ski resort in Snowbird, UT. During the interview, Jon makes mention of his original notes from the event, which are now freely shared on coalition.agileuprising.com.
Hosted by Troy Lightfoot, Andrew Leff, Andy Bacon and Mike McCalla, this episode dives into the alphabet soup of agile certifications. Speaking from the perspective of co-training, Troy brings a unique perspective on the topic while others share the view of the agile practitioner and their views of certifications.
Our hosts; Jason Cusack, James Gifford and Ryan Lockard discuss what the agile uprising is, our mission, how the group was formed and what we hope to achieve with the growing organization. Topics include the agileuprising.com blog, the emerging coalition.agileuprising.com community and some insights into the agile manifesto author project that is actively underway.