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Join Craig, Tony and Renee on a journey through the world of Agile as they look at recent blogs related to Agile, investigate practices and techniques, look at tools and answer your questions. The revolutionists focus on not just Agile as it relates to software development but also how it applies to business, transition, culture, people and a whole lot more!

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Join Craig, Tony and Renee on a journey through the world of Agile as they look at recent blogs related to Agile, investigate practices and techniques, look at tools and answer your questions. The revolutionists focus on not just Agile as it relates to software development but also how it applies to business, transition, culture, people and a whole lot more!

    Episode 179: The Heart of Agile Distilled with Alistair Cockburn

    Episode 179: The Heart of Agile Distilled with Alistair Cockburn

    Tony and guest host Phil Gadzinski talk to Alistair Cockburn for a brief overview and understanding about the Heart of Agile (and the link to how it all started in Australia): Scrum training had turned into training wheels and consistency – wanted to get back to the essence of Agile Progression from shu (follow techniques), … Continue reading →

    Episode 178: YOW! Speaker Vox Pop with Randy Shoup, Dean Wampler, Mark Hibberd, Dave Thomas & Michele Playfair

    Episode 178: YOW! Speaker Vox Pop with Randy Shoup, Dean Wampler, Mark Hibberd, Dave Thomas & Michele Playfair

    Craig and Tony are at YOW! Conference in Brisbane and wander around the hallways talking to different speakers, hosts and attendees: Highlights included Kent Beck keynote “3x Explore, Expand, Extract“, Anita Sengupta keynote “The Future of High Speed Transportation“, Brendan Gregg keynote “Cloud Performance Root Cause Analysis at Netflix” and Jessica Kerr (keynote “The Origins of … Continue reading →

    Episode 177: The Human Side of Agile for Non-Software Teams with Gil Broza

    Episode 177: The Human Side of Agile for Non-Software Teams with Gil Broza

    Renee and Craig are at Agile 2019 in Washington, DC and talk to Gil Broza, Agile Mindset and Leadership Coach / Trainer at 3P Vantage and author of “The Agile Mind-Set“, “The Human Side of Agile” and “Agile for Non-Software Teams” and they talk about: Agile 2019 talk – “How to Help your Non-Software Colleagues … Continue reading →

    Episode 176: The Lost Tapes – Kanban For One with Sandy Mamoli

    Episode 176: The Lost Tapes – Kanban For One with Sandy Mamoli

    In this previously lost and unreleased podcast from 2012 (we found it on a SD card that was thought to be lost forever), Craig catches up with Sandy Mamoli at Agile 2012 in Dallas, Texas and chat about Personal Kanban and how everything is bigger in Texas. It’s amazing how much hasn’t changed in this … Continue reading →

    Episode 175: Self Selecting Teams & Olympic Lessons with Sandy Mamoli

    Episode 175: Self Selecting Teams & Olympic Lessons with Sandy Mamoli

    Craig and Tony are at YOW! Conference in Brisbane and chat with Sandy Mamoli, Agile Advisor and Coach at Nomad8 and co-author of “Creating Great Teams” and they chat about: Nomad8 is a managerless agile coaching collective in New Zealand, based on the Crisp model The lost podcast Kanbanfor1 (and Jim Benson – Personal Kanban) … Continue reading →

    Episode 174: Dynamic Reteaming with Heidi Helfand

    Episode 174: Dynamic Reteaming with Heidi Helfand

    Craig and Tony are at YOW! Conference in Brisbane and talk to Heidi Helfand, Director of Engineering Excellence at Procore Technologies and author of Dynamic Reteaming and they talk about: YOW! 2017 talk “Dynamic Reteaming: The Art & Wisdom of Changing Teams“ The general belief is the best teams are the ones that are stable … Continue reading →

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