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Agile Uprising is a purpose-built network that focuses on the advancement of the agile mindset and global professional networking between and among practicing agilists.

 

This is a group founded by passionate practitioners for passionate practitioners, and not a revenue generating organization.

We will remain agnostic of certifying bodies, removing external influences such as sponsors, partners and other organizations allowing us to focus purely on the advancement of the agile craft.

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Dec 29, 2019

In this Episode Troy Lightfoot discusses the impact a great RTE can have when scaling with Sylver Calfo and Nayana Chavan. They discuss how a similar role can be useful even if an organization has not adopted SAFe as a framework as well as challenges, learnings, and advice from the field. 

Dec 22, 2019

 

Change...the elephant in the room when it comes to transformation.  Why do we try and standardize it?  Is it merely just a training thing?  Join hosts Chris Murman and Colleen Johnson as they sit down to discuss this topic with Esther Derby, author of the new book 7 Rules for Positive, Productive Change.  Enjoy!

7 Rules for Positive, Productive Change

Esther's Twitter

 

Dec 15, 2019

 

Are you trying to transform your organization but still doing "projects"?  How do we get "the business" speaking the same language as IT to help our chances of success?  And have we found the Agile Rosetta Stone when it comes to the above?  Join Jay Hrcsko as he sits down to discuss all the above with the author of Product to Project and the creator of the Flow Framework, Dr. Mik Kersten!

 

Project to Product

Mik's LinkedIn

Tasktop

Dec 8, 2019

Join Agile Uprising host Andy Cleff as he chats with Mark Schell about a challenge most software development teams face: the struggle to keep their codebases tidy. 

Often while organizations are super focused on delivering new functionality to their users, clean up tasks such as deleting unused code are not prioritized and/or viewed as important work. 

Plus it is so much more fun to take on the glamorous work of using the latest technologies to create a user interface or creating a new algorithm to perform machine learning. 

Listen in and grab some strategies for changing mindsets and behaviors to leave things better than you found them.

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Dec 1, 2019

"I promise..." What if we applied the idea of a promise to engineering, systems design, and how we interact with each other?  Join host Jay Hrcsko and special guest-host Jonathan Magen as they sit down early in the morning to chat with the brilliant Mark Burgess, creator of Promise Theory.  Make sure you've had your coffee before you listen, this just may change how you interact with everyone!

 

Mark's Website

Mark's Twitter

Promise Theory: Principles and Applications

Thinking In Promises: Designing Systems for Cooperation

Jonathan's Twitter

 

Nov 24, 2019

What if you want to transform your enterprise but NOT go down the path of scaling frameworks?  Is that wise?  Is it even possible?  Join Andrew Leff, James Gifford, and Jay Hrcsko as they unpack this topic in this week's episode!

Nov 17, 2019

In this @AgileUprising podcast Bob Anderson @leadershipcir, Chairman of the Board of the Leadership Circle and co-author of Mastering Leadership and Scaling Leadership, chats with Andy Cleff @justsitthere

They explore the intersections between leadership and personal mastery, between competence and consciousness, and how organizations can achieve extraordinary performance at scale through the personal transformation of leaders - from reactive, to creative, to integral and beyond.

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Nov 10, 2019

Join us as we sit down with Ben Moisor from Hired Thought to discuss Wardley Mapping...what it is, how to use it, hints & tricks, the whole enchilada! Enjoy!

Ben's Website

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Ben's Podcast (SUBSCRIBE!)

Wardley Mapping by Simon Wardley

Wardley Mapping Pads

Nov 3, 2019

Do we really need a transformation office?  Does that help or hurt our efforts at organizational change? Jason Little, Lean Change Management, explores these questions and more with Chris Murman, Andrew Leff, and Jay Hrcsko on this week's episode!

Jason's Twitter

Lean Change Management site

Jason's book, Lean Change Management

Oct 27, 2019

In this weeks pseudo-philosophy episode we join Andrew, Troy, and Jay as they discuss Ken Wilber's Integral Theory as applied to agile transformations...holons, the 4 quadrants of existence, perception, and how an imbalance in one may lead to problems in the others, as well as how to use this information in your (potentially struggling)  transformation.  Enjoy!

 

A Theory of Everything book

The Theory of Everything Retrospective

Hoshin Kanri

 

Oct 20, 2019

What defines a "successful" agile transformation?  Is there a difference between "big T" and "little T" transformations?  And what exactly is a capon?  Join host Troy Lightfoot as he tries to corral an answer to this and other questions out of Chris Murman, Andrew Leff, and Jay Hrcsko.  This one's a bit of a rambler, but it should be fun for you listeners.  Enjoy!

Oct 13, 2019

What actually happens when you hire smart people and then put them in positions where they have to use their highest order thinking skills on context switching activities?  Listen to Brandi Olson and Andy Cleff to understand the true costs of organizational multi-tasking.

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Oct 6, 2019

What is domain-driven design?  Isn't that an architecture thing?  WTF is "ubiquitous nomenclature"?  Join James Gifford and Jay Hrcsko as they compare experiences with utilizing domain-driven design in agile transformations, and how they used the central tenets and practices to drive success with their transformations.  Enjoy!

 

Domain-Driven Design Quickly

Sep 29, 2019

Guests Lena Ross and Jen Frahm chat with Andy Cleff about empathy and resilience in leadership. 

Topics include:

  • Getting executives fully onboard with business agility and agile transformation. 
  • Helping leaders gain a better understanding of the things in front of the change community. 
  • Focusing on empathy, resilience, and renewal as core strengths necessary for the journey
  • Dealing with congruence, balancing the needs and capabilities of self, others, and context.
  • Growth mindsets and a commitment to life-long learning

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Please continue to support the Agile Uprising by subscribing to our podcast 

Also consider giving us a review on iTunes, Stitcher or your podcasting platform of choice. Ratings and comments really help others find us.

And join the discourse by sharing your experiments around empathy and resilience via Coalition.agileuprising.com

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Sep 22, 2019

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In this episode of the Agile Uprising podcast, Troy Lightfoot and Jay Hrsko Agile principles as a way to measure progress at all levels of an organization. 

Sep 15, 2019

In this @agileuprising episode, guest @Nazee_Hajebi discusses her talk at Agile2019’s Women in Agile @womeninagileorg: “Nevertheless, She Finally Thinks She Persisted”

Cohosts Andy Cleff @justsitthere and Chris Murman @chrismurman ramble on, as usual, exploring two main threads with a very patient Nazee:

  • Hajebi’s experience leading up to, during, and after her Women in Agile 2019 talk
  • How unrealized/unprocessed trauma plays out in the workplace

Please support the Agile Uprising by making a contribution via patreon.com/agileuprising

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Please continue to support the Agile Uprising by subscribing to our podcast. 

Also consider giving us a review on iTunes, Stitcher or your podcasting platform of choice. Ratings and comments really help others find us.

And join the discourse by sharing your experiments around releasing trauma, creating safety and sharing your own vulnerability via Coalition.agileuprising.com

Support the Agile Uprising by making a contribution via patreon.com/agileuprising

Sep 8, 2019

In this week's episode James and Colleen sit down with David Bernstein while at Mile High Agile 2019 to discuss the importance and impact of software craftsmanship on business agility.  Enjoy!

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Sep 1, 2019

Do you ever have trouble with user stories?  Not enough detail?  Hard to write?  What about non-functional requirements?  Join Jay as he sits down with the father of use cases, Ivar Jacobson, to discuss his newest project:  Use Cases 2.0.  Ivar proposes that use cases are actually highly relevant in the agile world...listen with Jay as they explore this topic as well as touch on Essence and the methods prison!

Ivar's Twitter

Use Case 2.0 - eBook

Aug 25, 2019

James Gifford @scrummando  chats with Tomo Watanabe @TomoWatanabe6  while at MHA2019 @agiledenver 

Their conversation covers how to know if you're being a good scrum master.

Topics include:

  • Continuous learning
  • How a scrum master can be of service to the teams, product owners, and the organization
  • What servant leadership looks like
  • Active listening
  • Facilitation

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https://www.linkedin.com/in/tomowatanabecsmpmp/

https://twitter.com/TomoWatanabe6

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http://agileuprising.libsyn.com/mha2019-you-might-be-a-good-scrum-master-if

Aug 18, 2019

Agile practitioners always talk about using "agile outside of IT"...well in this episode, James Gifford sits down with Colorado teacher Bret Thayer (and some of his students!) to talk with how he uses agile in his high school classroom!  Enjoy!

Bret's Twitter

Aug 11, 2019

In this episode of the Agile Uprising podcast, Troy Lightfoot sits down with scientist Bart Kay to discuss the concept of empiricism. They go in the fundamentals of the empirical method and discuss how Scrum is meant to be an empirical process but is often lacking. They also talk about why and how to introduce more empirical process in your life, Agile transformation, and Organization as a whole. 

 

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30529885

http://patreon.com/bart_kay

 

 

Aug 4, 2019

Join Dan Montgomery and James Gifford @scrummando as they discuss: Start Less, Finish More: Building Strategic Agility with Objectives and Key Results

Topics include:

  • Agile strategy - not an oxymoron
  • Balanced scorecards
  • Bringing Agile into OKRs
  • Making work visible
  • Business Outcomes
  • Thinking in terms of results
  • Slippage Organizations
  • Goal setting, iterating and adapting
  • Kanban and WIP
  • Taking the time for everybody - leadership included - to understand agile
  • Theory of Constraints - The Goal

Recorded at MHA2018

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http://agileuprising.libsyn.com/mha2019-start-less-finish-more-with-dan-montgomery

Jul 28, 2019
In this @AgileUprising podcast, Chris Murman @chrismurman and Andy Cleff @justsitthere chat about the launch of anew initiative at the Agile Uprising - helping folks in our community find their voice, to share ideas they have brewing, to connect some dots. #askagileuprising
 
Learn more at https://coalition.agileuprising.com/c/ask-agile-uprising
 
 
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Jul 14, 2019

In this episode (recorded on location at MHA 2019), James Gifford @scrummando chats with Lynn Winterboer @agileLynn and Christen McLemore @mschrismac about coaching the coaches.

Topics include

  • Avoiding the liverwurst on banana bread feedback sandwich
  • Modeling the behavior you’re looking to catalyze - like saying aloud “There’s something that I’m not really good at that I want to get better at.”

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  • Also consider giving us a review on iTunes, Stitcher or your podcasting platform of choice. Ratings and comments really help others find us.
  • And join the discourse by sharing your ideas about coaching the coaches on Coalition.agileuprising.com

 

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