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.
Chris Murman is the subject of our latest Member Spotlight. Chris is an IT consultant, he is constantly in search of ways to make the work we do better. This means bringing a lean focus to the products we make, a holistic approach to agile business processes, or an intense focus on the technologies of tomorrow.
Colleen Johnson interviews Chris, and they discuss Chris' background, areas of interest and his unique view of agile.
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In this episode, we welcome David Bernstein (@ToBeAgile) to the show, author of the great book Beyond Legacy Code. We discuss David's vast experience as an Extreme Programming practitioner, his international presence as a trainer of over 8000 developers, and his stance in the 2015 book through the Pragmatic Bookshelf.
David provides multiple glimpses into how to prevent legacy code and the importance of the social aspect of software development.
In this episode, our hosts Jay Hrcsko, James Gifford, Jason Cusack and Ryan Lockard discuss the various aspects of companies approaching agile transformation, companies struggling with transformation and the role of leadership in agile transformation.
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We are excited to release our latest network project, the Agile Uprising Member Spotlight. We will be regularly releasing profiles of our members to share their stories and make them a little more known to the larger community. We are very happy to share @Tanner's interview with Andy Bacon first. Please share your feedback on this interview on the Coalition.
Join our hosts Colleen Johnson, Andrew Leff, Andy Bacon and Troy Lightfoot as they decompose this topic and discuss a variety of related to Agile Coaching.
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"My agile is better than your agile" is only limiting your toolkit; come listen to why metaframeworks may be the future of agile.
Join our hosts Jason Cusack, James Gifford, Andrew Leff, Andy Bacon and Mike McCalla as they decompose this topic and discuss a variety of sub-topics including rolling wave planning, traditional frameworks and even some scaling frameworks.
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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, Andrew Leff, Colleen Johnson, and Ryan Lockard discuss the role of product owners and business analysts on agile teams.
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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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