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FOCUSING ON THE ADVANCEMENT OF THE AGILE MINDSET

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.

Jan 16, 2022

NOTE - apologies for some audio difficulties, Jay's connection was spotty as his wife was streaming Yellowstone in 4k and eating his bandwith :)

This episode we've been meaning to do for years but have never gotten around to it; we were so surprised to find other practitioners actually utilizing Otto Scharmer's...


Jan 9, 2022

Welcome to our first episode of 2022! In this week's discussion we sit down with a murderer's row of agile practitioners to discuss "The Great Resignation".  Some of these folks have recently changed jobs, others are on the hunt, we have a recruiter in the mix, and yet others are wondering "is it the time to...


Dec 19, 2021

This week we convene a panel to discuss the book Team Topologies by Matthew Skelton and Manuel Pais.  We review the team types outlined, the different interaction modes, how cognitive load figures into team size and layout, and even the Inverse Conway.  Enjoy!

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Robin Dunbar on the Jim Rutt Show

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Dec 12, 2021

In this panel episode, Andy Cleff, Richard Dolman, Marc Story, from Agile Velocity, and Claudia Orozco, John Schneider, and Mike Caddell, members of the Agile Uprising, discuss the pros and cons of various approaches to agile transformations.

They reach the conclusion that by taking a balanced, pragmatic approach and...


Dec 5, 2021

We've talked about many topics on this show, but we've never really went in on cybersecurity.  So what better way to christen that topic than by sitting down with industry legend Ken Pyle.  What ostensibly started out with the question "Is cloud secure?" devolved into a discussion around how Ken finds exploits, why...