(Audio issues corrected)
In this spirited episode, our five panelists (Jay Hrcsko, Troy Lightfoot, James Gifford, Andrew Leff, and Ryan Lockard) discuss the current position of agile certifications and where they see Agile heading. At times lively, the discussion covers certifications from Scrum Alliance, Scrum.org, SAFe, PMI and others. With varying views on the relevance of certification, some healthy debate arises.
In this episode, you will hear several members speak to the training skills of Dave Prior, you can find his upcoming trainings here. We also discuss Alistair Cockburn's Agile Master Class, which has some international sessions currently open for registration here. And you hear James make several mentions to a W.L. Gore article, which you can read here.
Join our hosts Jay Hrscko, Colleen Johnson and Ryan Lockard as we cover where Joshua's passion for software delivery, high performing teams, and rapid development come from. Joshua discusses his early passion for computers arising from his father and how he leveraged that passion to be one of the early thought leaders in the Agile community. Joshua also discusses the principles of Modern Agile in depth, his thoughts on the certification movement and scaling.
Joshua also discusses his many upcoming speaking engagements and how to contact him for more information - be sure to give him a follow on Twitter: @joshuakerievsky
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This week's episode is hosted by Jay Hrcsko and Ryan Lockard, and they welcome Jason Little - author of Lean Change Management. Jason joins us to discuss what change management is, how change management impacts agile transformation and how you can begin to effectively lead change.
Jason also discusses the one thing most leaders get wrong about positively leading change.
Unfortunately, our interview with Ken fell through. Ken was very kind to offer time to sit with us, but due to multiple factors outside of his control, and conflicting schedules, we are deferring to publishing a mashup of interviews Scrum.org recently published on youtube - published with permission.
While there was a strong desire to sit with Ken, we are most interested in sharing his story which this show does. We are also very happy to share the paper that Ken wrote and presented (famously) in the 1995 OOPSLA conference in Austin, Texas
You can find the article at this thread on the Coalition.