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Dave Prior hosts a weekly Agile podcast that covers all sorts of topics including Scrum, Agile Transformation, Project Management, and Leadership.. No matter if your 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.

LeadingAgile SoundNotes: an Agile Podcast Dave Prior, Agile Consultant & Certified Scrum Trainer

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Dave Prior hosts a weekly Agile podcast that covers all sorts of topics including Scrum, Agile Transformation, Project Management, and Leadership.. No matter if your 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.

    Moving from SAFe to JIT with Yusef Hakim

    Moving from SAFe to JIT with Yusef Hakim

    In this episode of SoundNotes Yusuf Hakim joins Dave to field questions submitted by an attendee of one of LeadingAgile’s Monthly CSM/CSPO Student Lean Coffee meetings, The questions center around issues that cropped up from a non-standard SAFe implementation, the issues that came about as a result fo that implementation, and the steps being taken to it address those issues and move towards an approach that is more focused on “just in time”.

    • 28 min
    Working with Legacy Applications in Agile Transformation

    Working with Legacy Applications in Agile Transformation

    In this episode of SoundNotes, LeadingAgile CTO, Matt Van Vleet and Principal Engineer, Daryl Kulak join Dave to talk about how LeadingAgile’s Studios takes on the technical work of Agile Transformation. One of the challenges many organizations face when trying to adopt Agile is how to address technical debt they must overcome in order to be able to create an environment that can support an Agile way of working.

    • 32 min
    Servant Leadership & Coaching Stances with Luther Harris

    Servant Leadership & Coaching Stances with Luther Harris

    A Scrum Master wears many hats. They act as a servant leader to the team and the organization. They are also expected to develop a level of skill with having the ability to take on different coaching stances when they are working with individuals, teams, and organizations. In LeadingAgile’s Certified Scrum Master classes we devote time to exploring servant leadership and four of the coaching stances a Scrum Master needs to be able to take: Teaching, Facilitating, Coaching, and Mentoring. In this episode of SoundNotes, LeadingAgile’s Learning and Development Coordinator, Luther Harris joins Dave to share his take on what being a servant leader entails and how these four stances must be developed in succession because they build on one another. Luther has a background in education that plays heavily into his take on these topics. Whether you are working as a Scrum Master or higher up in the org chart, if you are leading people, this podcast is going to give you food for thought.

    • 40 min
    Scrum‘s Guide Product Goal

    Scrum‘s Guide Product Goal

    Dave Prior and Lance Kind discuss a new item from the Scrum Guide: Product Goal. Listen in while Dave teaches Lance what the product goal is, ideates on how to implement, and debates as to the value product goal provides. As a bonus, Dave and Lance: discuss how “real options” relate to product backlogs, that there will be a struggle about where to put backlog items that don’t fit the product goal, and how computers have become like the Tardis.

    • 34 min
    Locus of Blame, Elevate Agile, and Speaking with Authority

    Locus of Blame, Elevate Agile, and Speaking with Authority

    This episode of SoundNotes is an interview with LeadingAgile CEO, Mike Cottmeyer who takes on 3 separate topics during the interview:


    1. Locus of Blame (01:38)


    2. Elevate Agile (27:38)


    3. Speaking with Authority  (41:39)


    Locus of Blame


    Things happen. They don’t always happen the way we want them to. You get a flat tire on the way to a job interview, your supplier is late resulting in a massive delay in your delivery of a project, there’s a pandemic and that messes up pretty much everything you had planned. The questions you ask yourself in response to these kinds of setbacks are very important. Learning how to learn from these challenges may not come naturally to you but it is a critical skill.


    Elevate Agile 


    This September, LeadingAgile will be holding an event to celebrate its 11 year anniversary (because Covid got in the way of the 10 year anniversary), and we’re also holding our 2nd Elevate Agile conference. During the interview Mike shares some details about this very exciting event.


    Speaking with Authority


    While advancing in their career many people get to a stage where it is important for them to be able to enter a room, take over, and lead. For some, this comes with ease, but for many, it is the opposite. They can’t see how to get from being the person who was never asked (or allowed) to lead, to being someone who can "own" a room of people. Mike shares details about how (and when) he worked through that. And similar challenges he has worked through since. If you are someone who does not feel you have the agency/experience/authority/power to take the room, you’ll find some helpful tips in this part of the interview.


    Elevate Agile


    https://elevateagile.com/


    Contacting Mike Cottmeyer


    If you’d like to contact Mike you can reach him at:


    LeadingAgile: https://www.leadingagile.com/guides/mike-cottmeyer/

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cottmeyer/

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/mcottmeyer

    Email: mike@leadingagile.com


    Contacting Dave Prior


    If you’d like to contact Dave you can reach him at:


    LeadingAgile: https://www.leadingagile.com/guides/dave-prior/

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mrsungo

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/mrsungo

    Email: dave.prior@leadingagile.com


    If you have a question you’d like to submit for an upcoming podcast, please send them to Dave.

    • 1h 3 min
    Growth Mindset: Obstacles

    Growth Mindset: Obstacles

    This podcast is the second in a series of conversations focused on Fixed vs. Growth Mindset. Leveraging the work in Carol Dwek’s book, Mindset, Mary Kaufman and Dave Prior are exploring the differences between having a fixed mindset and a growth mindset. Each episode of this series will focus on how our mindset impacts the way we perceive and respond to different types of stimulus / events. This episode is focused on obstacles and the differences between how a fixed mindset and a growth mindset meet and respond to the things that get in our way.

    • 40 min

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