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LeadingAgile's resident Scrum trainer Dave Prior, hosts a weekly podcast that covers all sorts of topics about Agile, Scrum, Organizational Transformation and Leadership. No matter if you're new to Agile development or an Agile veteran, Dave and his guest are sure to make you think about Agile in a whole new way! Alexa knows us as Leading Agile Sound Notes.
 
If you're excited about unleashing organisational superpowers, then this is the podcast for you. We talk about Scrum, Liberating Structures and creating better workplaces. This podcast is created by Christiaan Verwijs and Barry Overeem. Both are Professional Scrum Trainers for Scrum.org and stewards for the Professional Scrum Master II class they created. Aside from their extensive background and experience with Scrum, they are very excited about Liberating Structures and are active members ...
 
Der Podcast für Unternehmer, Berater und Coaches im 21. Jahrhundert.Neue Führung, Agile, New Work, Unternehmen 4.0, Holacracy und Co. Der kritische Blick aus der Praxis auf das Buzzword-Bingo und die Methoden-Gläubigkeit in Organisationsentwicklung, Coaching und Training. www.kultur-wandeln.de
 
How to use a clicker or an auditory marker for when your dog does something correctly. When and how to use a negative marker "Uh Oh That's Not What I asked For, Think Again!" as well as learning about timing for using all of these tools when training your dog. Simple & Straight forward. Real Dog Training for the Real World. #CVDOGCLUB #GOODDOG
 
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How does "team cognition" make some Scrum teams more effective than others? In this podcast, we explore scientific research into team cognition and mental models. And we translate it into actionable improvements you can make to make your Scrum teams more effective. By the end of the episode, you will have learned: How team cognition is essentially …
 
Many organizations of all sizes have been publicly experimenting with Dojos—immersive learning environments adopted from ancient martial arts practices—that focus on upskilling teams and producing products. In this week's podcast, our guest Joel Norman shares his thoughts and experiences related to Dojos, including what makes them successful, commo…
 
When we started as #ScrumMaster, the thing that scared us the most was how to translate those lofty ideals into actual down-to-earth behavior. While it sounded great that #Scrum is about #empiricism”, we had no idea what that should look like with our teams, how we should behave to support that and how flexible we could be with the framework of Scr…
 
Even when we don't want to admit it, the Covid-19 pandemic changed how we work. Even after the pandemic ends, it is likely that many Scrum Teams will continue to work from home. Or at least, more often than before the pandemic hit. What is the impact of working from home on productivity and personal well-being? How can organizations support it well…
 
This episode is all about what is impossible when you work with Scrum. Deliver a new and working version of the product every Sprint? Impossible! Give a Product Owner mandate over how to spend the product budget? Impossible! Have only one Product Owner for several Scrum Teams? Impossible! But is it really impossible? In this episode we look at how …
 
This episode is all about that dreaded question: "When is it done and what will it cost?". Its also one of the most natural questions for customers and managers to ask. After all, they're either investing their own money or they will be held accountable when the product fails to return on its investment. So what can you do? In this episode, we draw…
 
You can have different levels of Agility in an organization—and those are all necessary and great. But it takes more to achieve Business Agility, which is entirely different from team-level Agility, or enterprise-level, and so forth. In this podcast, Dave Prior and LeadingAgile CEO Mike Cottmeyer think through and explore the nuances of Business Ag…
 
Simply sending your people off to training, or bringing someone in to train isn’t going to automatically get you the value you want out of it. In this quick podcast, Dave Prior and LeadingAgile’s Jeff Howey dig into five things you can do to ensure you get the most value out of Agile training in your organization.…
 
We often talk about how "Zombie Scrum" lacks frequently releases. Teams are not shipping fast. And while people often easily recognize this in their own team, what does it actually look like on the other side? In this episode, we take a close look at shipping fast. Why is it important? And how can it be turned into the competitive advantage - or as…
 
This week’s SoundNotes features a question submitted by a student during a recent Certified Scrum Master class. The question was posted in the topic parking lot and we did not have time to address it during class, so I followed up with the student after class and we discussed it via phone. I also offered to do a podcast on it and Jeff Howey joins m…
 
The Scrum framework exists to deliver value to stakeholders sooner. Sounds good, right? But when is something “valuable”? For something that seems so central to Scrum, it is remarkably hard for many Scrum Teams to determine what the value of the work on their Product Backlog actually us. In this episode, we offer a more fine-grained approach to und…
 
What is DevOps? How does it tie into the LeadingAgile model? How do we deal with the complications it presents when we apply it at scale? In this week’s podcast, LeadingAgile Chief Transformation Officer Matt Van Vleet joins Dave to answer all of these questions along with a general primer on DevOps in Agile Transformation.…
 
Johanna Rothman (@JohannaRothman), Chris Hurney (@chris_hurney) and Ben Rodilitz (@benrodilitz) join Vic (@AgileCoffee) at a virtual coffee shop to discuss topics related to Making Management Easy. Modern Management Made Easy, a Three-Volume Set (new books) by Johanna Rothman Please HELP support us by becoming a Patron: patreon.com/agilecoffee Agil…
 
How do you know that you're actually delivering value to your stakeholders? That you're responsive to their needs? And that the quality of your work is what they expect? This episode is all about value and stakeholders. We introduce a new feature for the Scrum Team Survey that allows team invite their stakeholders for their perspective. And we shar…
 
In today's episode, we make the connection between the Scrum Framework and continuous improvement. Few Scrum Teams start from a position where everything works smoothly. Often, you initially don't know very well who your stakeholders are, you don't have access to them or you can't release as frequently as you'd want to. So there's a lot to improve …
 
In this episode of SoundNotes, our guest Jeff Howey will help uncover the opportunities this challenging scenario can present—and offer ideas on how to change its foundational causes to prevent it from happening in the first place.Bởi Dave Prior, Agile Consultant & Certified Scrum Trainer
 
Paul Klipp and Justyna Pindel recently reviewed our new book "The Zombie Scrum Survival Guide". They also graciously invited us to talk about our book with them. The ensuing conversation was so nice, that we asked them if we could also publish it as part of our podcast. So here it is :) In it, we talk about how we've seen Zombie Scrum happen around…
 
We often talk about "resistance", and how to overcome it in others. But ironically, we often create resistance ourselves. In this episode of our podcast, Christiaan shares one of his biggest lessons about change and resistance. With this in mind, we also explore how group dynamics helps us explain how we can easily create and amplify resistance thr…
 
In today's episode, we talk about self-management and self-organization. How are those concepts related. And why are incredibly both valuable and important, even now that the Scrum Guide changed its language to emphasize "self-managing Scrum Teams" instead of "self-organizing Scrum Teams"? Coincidentally, we dedicated a chapter in our book - the Zo…
 
In this episode of SoundNotes, Matt Craig joins Dave for a discussion that centers around comparing the way biological systems and businesses function and respond to change. In a biological system, enzymes bring elements together that catalyze reactions and keep iterating until they find an effective response.…
 
"Without good developers, Scrum is lipstick on a pig". Yet, a quick look on blogs, LinkedIn and popular podcasts makes it obvious that more attention goes to Scrum Masters, Product Owners and coaches than to developers. Why is that? In this episode, we share a personal story about a what contributes to a "Developer Culture". This is a culture where…
 
Dave Prior sits down for a conversation with LeadingAgile CEO Mike Cottmeyer and they explore Mike's Agile approach to personal development and dig into the details of how and why his approach to growth and development has evolved over time. If you’d like to contact Dave you can reach him at: LeadingAgile: https://www.leadingagile.com/guides/dave-p…
 
In this week's episode of SoundNotes, Ross Beurmann is back to talk about how to create a funding mechanism that's as adaptable as the governance model. Or, to put it more simply, how to allocate funds and pay for things when we're continually tuning the way we work, and what we're working on. As your organization moves further down the path toward…
 
You have to deeply understand how what you’re doing at all levels of the organization is going to drive quality. In this week’s podcast, LeadingAgile CEO Mike Cottmeyer joins us to dig into why increased quality should matter to you, and some actionable steps to take to enable more of it across your organization. If you’d like to contact Dave you c…
 
When large organizations set out to take on Agile Transformation, it's never for Agile's sake. They're usually after one or more of these 6 things, Predictability, Quality, Cost Savings, Early ROI, Product Fit, or Innovation. In this week's episode of LeadingAgile’s SoundNotes, Dave Prior talks with Mike Cottmeyer to discuss the steps you can take …
 
Diana Larsen (@DianaOfPortland), Lakshmi Ramaseshan (@LakshmiRamases2), Chris Hurney (@chris_hurney) and Colleen Kirtland (@purposecreator) join Vic (@AgileCoffee) at a seasonal (and virtual) coffee shop to discuss the following topics: What new opportunities have you discovered in these pandemic times? Building Values and Principles as a Collabora…
 
Are you excited about the new Scrum Guide? We certainly are, if only because every version makes it more clear what Scrum is really about — which is also our mission. In this episode, we take a look at the four most significant changes and why they were made. While it is tempting to talk about all the nitty-gritty linguistic changes, we believe it …
 
At its core, Scrum is a framework for learning. But learning is hard when what you learn remains superficial and never challenges existing rules and beliefs. In this episode, we talk about the foundational work by theorist Chris Argyris on organizational learning. He developed a model for organizational learning that distinguishes between single- a…
 
It is easy to start new initiatives. And much harder to make them endure. Whether or it is a new team, a new community, or a new product, how do you create a foundation to build on? Thankfully, the Liberating Structure "Purpose to Practice" is of great help here as it gives groups five essential elements to focus on: purpose, principles, participan…
 
Vic (@AgileCoffee) and Larry (@LarryLawhead) teamed up with Lakshmi Ramaseshan (@LakshmiRamases2) and Professor Hadar Ziv (UCI – Dept of Informatics ) in a virtual coffee shop to discuss the following topics: Did the Agile Open SoCal work as a virtual event? Playing to Your Strengths – Using Strengthsfinder (book) with Teams What is a Value Hypothe…
 
"How is it a good idea to mirror this complexity in the product with complexity in the group of people that develop this product?" Scaling Scrum is seriously hard, right? How do you work with many teams on one product? How many Product Owners should you have for one large product? How can many teams deliver a "Done" Increment every Sprint? How do y…
 
Few teams start from a position where the Scrum Framework works like a charm from the start. Scrum is radically different from the way that teams have built products and worked with stakeholders in the past. Scrum Teams usually need to improve in many different areas, and overcome many barriers, in order to reach their goals of higher customer sati…
 
Vic (@AgileCoffee) and Chris Hurney (@chris_hurney) were joined by Colleen Kirtland (@purposecreator) and first-time guest (and new Scrum Master) Kaitlyn Taylor in a virtual coffee shop to discuss the following topics: Words of advice for a new Scrum Master Top Takeaways from #AOSC20 Colleen’s adventures outside of Agile Starling birds murmuration …
 
How do you sell Agile to your customer? "One of our biggest customers preferred the traditional way of doing projects. This boiled down to writing a massive requirement document, estimating the hours the work, and translating that to a fixed budget. We would then set a deadline and get to work." And this is understandable. From the perspective of t…
 
Last year, we brought together 30 Scrum Masters to talk about what made their success possible. We used a string of Liberating Structures to include everyone's voice. In this episode we share the 5 most important contributors that the group identified. How are you investing in those contributors yourself? We offer many strings to explore similar qu…
 
What if Scrum doesn't fit? If you work as a Scrum Master or Agile Coach, you have probably run into teams where Scrum just doesn’t take off. The various Scrum Events feel like a chore, motivation is low and people complain about Scrum. One of the downsides of the popularity of the Scrum Framework is that organizations, teams, consultants, and coach…
 
This week in LeadingAgile’s SoundNotes, Justin Polk is here to discuss the role that capitalization plays in helping an organization adopt an Agile approach to work. When the conversation turns to Agile Transformation, it often focuses on what changes you need to introduce, where, and when. But sometimes we get so caught up in those conversations t…
 
This episode is about how unreliable, nonobjective, and biased your and my thinking is. As sociologists and psychologists have long pointed out, we should develop a more skeptical and nuanced view of our own opinions. In this episode, we explore eight biases and explore how they influence our beliefs in the workplace. A bias called "regression to t…
 
Vic (@AgileCoffee) and Ben Rodilitz (@BenRodilitz) were joined by Allison Pollard (@allison_pollard) and Ruth Struck (@ruthstruck) in a virtual coffee shop to discuss the following topics: Getting clearer on outcomes and finding efficiencies How are you engaging with teams to stay connected in this remote world? How do we coach leadership/teams who…
 
At the beginning of the pandemic, LeadingAgile published a white paper called Maintaining Momentum in a Remote Agile World. This episode of SoundNotes is a follow up to that whitepaper. In this interview, Jeff Howey and Dave Prior reflect on what they've learned about successful remote interaction since the whitepaper was released, how those lesson…
 
This year has been challenging for all of us. It wasn't any different for our company, The Liberators. At the same time, seemingly insurmountable challenges are also drivers of innovation. In this personal episode, we share how we are turning the ship around. Our purpose is to liberate teams from dehumanizing and ineffective ways of organizing work…
 
Vic was joined by Chris Hurney (@chris_hurney) and first-time guests Stacey Ackerman(@agile4marketers) and Cliff Rosa(@mrrosa2) to discuss Stacey’s favorite topic: Agile Marketing. Some questions covered include: How does a Sales/Marketing group’s use of Agile differ from IT’s What is Business Agility? How has Agile for Marketing evolved and where …
 
"Teams make people more than people make teams." It may be a bold statement, but there is a surprising amount of scientific evidence that shows the overwhelming effect of our social environment on our behavior and performance. By understanding why it is easier to understand what makes change so difficult. In this episode of our podcast, we explore …
 
Vic (@AgileCoffee) and Larry (@LarryLawhead) were joined by Ben Rodilitz (@BenRodilitz) and Chris Hurney (@chris_hurney) in a virtual coffee shop to discuss the following topics: the Weakness of One-piece Flow Do you need Team Maturity before you Scale? the Imperitive to improve our industry’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion How well do you underst…
 
This week in SoundNotes, Yaton Bowens joins Dave to talk about the role that trust plays in Agile Transformation. Building on Mike Cottmeyers’ Trust vs. Trustworthiness webinar, Yaton and Dave dig into some of the trust gaps that management and the Development Teams have to cross for an Agile Transformation to take root in an organization. Without …
 
Liberating Structures are easy-to-learn, easy-to-facilitate techniques that build real engagement and involvement in groups of any size. We’ve been using them for a while now. One thing we’ve learned is that coming up with good ‘invitations’ is 90% of the work. In this episode we share some of the lessons we’ve learned and are still learning. This …
 
There is a problem with traditional learning models where experts tell people what they need to know: it doesn't work. Scientific research tells us that people don't learn from being told what they need to learn. In this episode, we explore an alternative approach called Visual Thinking Strategies. Although only one piece of the puzzle, it creates …
 
What creates Zombie Scrum? One clear theme we — and many others — have found is that people use the Scrum Framework for the wrong reasons. When you ask people in a Zombie Scrum organization what they are hoping to get out of Scrum, you’ll hear things like “more speed”, “more brains”, “more output” and “more efficiency”. That’s very different from t…
 
Vic (@AgileCoffee) was joined by Martin Salias (@MartinSalias), Savannah Rayat (@SavannahRayat), Timon Fiddike (@TimonFiddike), and Raj Kasturi (@RajKasturi / @agileRaj) to discuss topics related to becoming a Certified Scrum Trainer (CST). Sites and resources mentioned in this episode: Björn Jensen’s Trainer – Kata CST® Journey – Facebook group fo…
 
"That doesn't work in the real world", "Our product is too complex" and "That works only for hip startups" are some of the reasons that people offer when we ask them why they don't ship faster. In environments with Zombie Scrum, people don't understand why it's important to ship fast. When you ask them, they respond with a shrug. Or with a dismissi…
 
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