Members of the Agile Uprising present for this episode have held a number of certifications. Join us as we discuss each certification, why we think it exists, what it means if one has it, and whether renewing makes sense and if so in what situations.
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This week's episode features special guest William Strydom and host Troy Lightfoot on the topic of "Getting Teams Unstuck with Structured Dynamics for Dialogue." William and Troy discuss the David Kantor "4 Player Model" and how to help teams to high performance by focusing on "how" we communicate. This episode is all about Individuals and Interactions!
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In this episode, Lisette Sutherland @lightling and Andy Cleff @justsitthere discuss how to work together anywhere. The biggest takeaway: there isn’t a one-solution-fits-all for remote working, no single formula to follow. Each person, each company, will need to experiment with tools and processes to find what makes him, her, or them most productive. Listen in and learn about the tools available and various processes that can work for different kinds of remote teams.
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The theme of this episode is "How life’s scary moments become great learning experiences."
Bucking the trend of the vast trove of conferences held across the world on a near weekly basis that focus on successes, Andy Cleff, Colleen Johnson, Ryan Lockard explore with our guest Tracey Welson Rossman what HASN’T worked: defeats, floundering initiatives, outright failures.
Reflecting on these experiences as “understanding failure as a part of learning” we can inspire each other to keep going when we feel like throwing in the towel.
There they discover some amazing artifacts that date back to circa 2001.
This episode is graciously sponsored by Wellington Dowd. His framework, the Foundation Utilizing Core Knowledge To Actualize Realistic Delivery, is a multi-level phase-gated process to roll out "the agile" to your organization WITHOUT ACTUALLY CHANGING ANYTHING!