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The concept of timebox is used in agile to identify a pre-fixed period of time in which to focus on a specific goal.
This podcast is a 5 minutes timebox that aims to inspire agile practitioners no matter where they are in their journey.



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The Agile Timebox Billy Adams

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The concept of timebox is used in agile to identify a pre-fixed period of time in which to focus on a specific goal.
This podcast is a 5 minutes timebox that aims to inspire agile practitioners no matter where they are in their journey.



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    Episode 6: Unveiling the Truth About Agile Transformation

    Episode 6: Unveiling the Truth About Agile Transformation

    Join us as we pull back the curtain on Agile transformation. In this episode, we'll take a real-world, no-frills look at the journey from Waterfall to Agile. We're not promising a deep dive into every technical detail, but we will provide you with practical insights, tangible examples, and a clear understanding of what it truly means to 'be Agile'. This is your chance to dispel the myths and get a straightforward view of Agile transformation. Tune in and let's unveil the truth together
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    • 4 min
    Episode 5: Moving from Scrum to Kanban, is it the right choice?

    Episode 5: Moving from Scrum to Kanban, is it the right choice?

    It’s not uncommon that a team thinks of moving from Scrum to Kanban, but this might be not always the right choice. More than being a Scrum vs. Kanban discussion, this episode contains some considerations on what most often motivates the transition from one to the other and makes some lights on aspects of Kanban which are not always taken into account by Scrum teams that plan the move.


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    • 6 min
    Episode 4: Agile teams structure. Component teams vs feature teams

    Episode 4: Agile teams structure. Component teams vs feature teams

    Scaling teams up is not a new challenge, but what is the best agile team structure to support scaling? Are feature teams the only option or are component teams a better alternative in some cases? In this episode, we will talk about component and feature teams in software development and what are the main differences between the two.



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    • 6 min
    Episode 3: Minimum Viable Product

    Episode 3: Minimum Viable Product

    When it comes to the development of a new product, perfection should not be the way to go. In this episode we talk about what is a Minimum Viable Product in Agile (aka agile mvp). How to build a mvp, which approaches work best and what is what should be the characteristics of an mvp.



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    • 6 min
    Episode 2: Self organised teams and how to make them a reality

    Episode 2: Self organised teams and how to make them a reality

    One of the necessary steps to implement Agile successfully is to create self-organised teams.
    Nonetheless most organisations fail at this. In this episode we will reflect on why that happens and how we can enable true self organisation and team autonomy.



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    • 5 min
    Episode 1: The Frameworks Trap

    Episode 1: The Frameworks Trap

    What most agile frameworks have in common is that they tend to drive your focus on the process. But there is much more behind the process. If you don’t see it, you risk to fall in the framework trap and assume that your success metrics can be limited to things like team velocity and cycle time.
    In this episode we’ll look at how this risk can be avoided and how you can make the best use of your agile framework of choice.



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    • 5 min

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