In this episode, host Andy Cleff chats with Molood Ceccarelli, author, and host of the Remote Forever Summit - now in its 4th year of bringing remote work to the agile world.
On 11-17 November 2020, world-class experts in agile, leadership, and remote work share their stories of strategies and techniques for remote working in agile. They are all here to empower you to sharpen your agile coaching skills, become a better leader, and get equipped to improve your remote team and distributed organizations.
In the newest entry of our "Should I Take This?" series Chris Wistrom, Ben AuYeung, Mike Caddell and Jay Hrcsko discuss the Business Agility course offered by Peter Merel and the XSCALE Alliance. They share what they got out of the course, what resonated with them, and why Peter Merel thinks humans will NOT turn out to be intergalactic cockroaches. Enjoy!
Digital. Lean. Agile. These words come loaded with so much baggage, how do you as a leader even begin to comprehend, let alone deliver a "transformation"? In this week's episode we sit down with Mike Burrows, author of the book Right to Left: The digital leader's guide to Lean and Agile (and a few others :)) to discuss his views on agility, how to get leadership in on the journey, and they touch on Agendashift, Mike's work in the Kanban space, and various other topics. Enjoy!
We often talk about the top-down aspects of a transformation...so does leadership experience with agile define whether you'll be successful or not? Most leaders rose through the ranks via Tayloristic behavior...does that bode poorly for your transformation? Join host Jonathan Schneider as he convenes a panel comprised of Mike Caddell, Andrew Leff, and Jay Hrckso to discuss. Enjoy!