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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.

Dec 2, 2018

In this week's episode Jay Hrcsko gathered up some Coalition contributors to discuss what they see as the future of agile!  Jay is joined by Georgina Hughes, David Sabine, and Johanna Rothman as they discuss the future of agile methodologies, roles, frameworks, and the role of the agile coach...and just a hint: they don't always agree!  Enjoy!


Georgina Hughes: Georgina Hughes is an agile enthusiast from London where she’s actively engaged in the large community of agile practitioners. She took a diversion during her education from psychology into computer science, and has made a u-turn during her career back to psychology in order to support management in understanding that there is no difference between a software developer and a business person. She is currently studying with Barefoot Coaching to become an accredited member of the International Coaching Federation.

Georgie's upcoming speaking engagement:  Troublemakers, Misfits, and Disruptors, how does one with with Agilists.


David Sabine: David’s career highlights the intersections of business, technology, the fine arts, and education. He is a Scrum Trainer, executive consultant, Product developer, Executive Director of Ontario Scrum Community®, a TEDx alumnus, Musician, and proud father of two daughters.


Johanna Rothman: Known as the “Pragmatic Manager,” Johanna offers frank advice for your tough problems. She has an extensive career in project and program management, none of which were waterfall. She’s the author of 14 books, with more on the way. Her current book in progress is From Chaos to Successful Distributed Agile Teams: Collaborate to Deliver. Her most recent finished book is Create Your Successful Agile Project: Collaborate, Measure, Estimate, Deliver.

Book I mentioned:

Other books:

Influential Agile Leader (I didn’t mention, but should have):