Join our hosts Andrew Leff (@LeanLeff), Mike McCalla (@MSMcCalla_1), and Jay Hrcsko (@BackdoorAgile) as they navigate the topic of middle managers' role in an agile environment. Our hosts speak from personal experience both as middle managers and working with other mangers in the agile context.
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In this addition to the Agile Uprising podcast, our hosts Troy Lightfoot (@G4STroy), James Gifford (@scrummando), Andrew Leff (@leanleff), and Jay Hrcsko (@backdooragile) discuss using Business requirements documents and User stories on Agile teams. To learn more about the Agile uprising, please visit agileuprising.com. To comment on this show, please visit https://coalition.agileuprising.com/t/podcast-released-requirements-and-user-stories/563
On this episode of the Agile Uprising podcast, Ryan Lockard (@AgilePHL) discusses Agile recruiting with international experts Jem D'Jelal, Steve Smith, Rory Seabrook and Scott Keller. We apologize for some audio quality issues.
We cover all things from what makes agile recruiting different, how recruiters match candidates, the importance of certification and how newly interested people can enter the agile world.
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