The Best of Agile and Scrum PodcastJan 12, 2021
Professional Product Ownership with Don McGreal and Ralph Jocham
In this episode I talk to Don McGreal and Ralph Jocham, both Professional Scrum Trainers with Scrum.org and co-authors of the book "The Professional Product Owner".
We talk about all things Product Ownership and they give some interesting tips for those looking to get started.
Fixing your Scrum with Ryan Ripley and Todd Miller, Professional Scrum Trainers with Scrum.org
In this episode I spoke to Ryan and Todd about their book 'Fixing your Scrum' which is all about exactly what the title says: fixing things that are "wrong" with your Scrum team and/or process. They share valuable tips and insights, and share a little bit about how to got to writing this excellent book. If you're a Scrum Master, this is a must-listen!
The human side of Agile with Gil Broza, Agile mindset & leadership coach and author
In this episode we talk about the human side of Agile with Gil Broza. Gil is an Agile minset & leadership coach and has authored three books that revolve around the theme of Agile mindset. We talk about what mindset people need to become more Agile, how to deal with resistance and how to keep transformations human.
Formula X: Extreme Acceleration for your organization with Jurriaan Kamer, transformation coach at The Ready
In this episode we sit down with Jurriaan Kamer, transformation coach at The Ready. We talk about this book, Formula X, that he wrote with Rini van Solinigen. Formula X is all about how to achieve extreme acceleration for your organization. We talk about what his book is about, what challenges organizations typically face and the FASTER model to help you accelerate.
Remote training, live virtual classrooms and the future of Scrum.org classes with Dave West, CEO of Scrum.org
In this episode we talk to Dave West, CEO of Scrum.org. We talk about what Scrum.org is doing in a changed world to help people learn about Professional Scrum. We discuss remote training, live virtual classrooms (LVCs) and explore what the future might look like with regards to returning to in-person classes or sticking with LVCs!
LeSS and remote LeSS with Gene Gendell, certified LeSS trainer and organizational design consultant
Gene Gendell, one of only two Certified LeSS trainers in the United States, sat down with us to talk about LeSS, its advantages, its pitfalls and how well it works remotely.
SAFe 5.0 and remote SAFe with Dean Leffingwell, Cofounder and Chief Methodologist of Scaled Agile, Inc.
We sat down with Dean Leffingwell to talk about some of the biggest changes in SAFe 5.0 and the impact of COVID-19 and remote working on those using SAFe. Dean shares a couple of great insights in this episode and sheds more light on Business Agility, the need to measure and the importance of mindset and behavior.
Business Agility with Evan Leybourn, Founder of the Business Agility Institute
In this episode we talk to Evan Leybourn, founder of the Business Agility Institute. We talk about Business Agility. What does it mean? How does it help organizations? What are pitfalls? And why do certain organizations do better during COVID-19 then others?
Lean-Agile Budgetting with Rami Sirkiä, Managing Director at Nitor Delta
In this episode we talk to Rami Sirkiä, Managing Director at Nitor Delta, about Lean-Agile Budgetting. We discuss what it is, what the advantages are, what experiments he has run and what advice he has for organization wanting to increase the agility of their budgeting and financial processes.
Remote Agile Coaching with Rick Freedman, author of The Agile Consultant
In this episode we talk to Rick Freedman, author of The Agile Consultant. We talk about remote Agile coaching, remote teams and how compatible Agile is with remote working.