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Five Lines of Code with Christian Clausen
In this week's episode Frans Alkemade, Brad Stokes, and Jay Hrcsko sit down with Dr. Lambda himself, Christian Clausen to discuss his book Five Lines of Code. Just because you're not a software engineer doesn't mean you can't understand the importance of refactoring. Enjoy!
Christian's book, Five Lines of Code
Dr. Lambda on Medium
Christian on Twitch
Christian on Twitter
Christian on Github
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The Corporate Nuremberg Defense
"My boss has his orders, and I'm just following mine..." Have you heard this line? How do you coach around it? Join Amy Neil, Chris Wistrom, Mike Caddell, Todd Thrash, Chris Murman, Andrew Leff, and Jay Hrcsko as they unpack this most-painful of responses to the question of "Why are we doing this?"
Agile and Government with Kimberly Davis
In this episode, host Andy Cleff chats with Kim Davis, Agile enthusiast, coach, consultant, and educator, about Agile in Government.
Quarantine Check In with the Agile Uprising Board of Directors
Staying sane during Covid? Kinda over-rated.
It's been over 5 months of lockdown for all of us and dealing with situations we never ever considered we'd have to live thru.
In this episode, we chat about maintaining at least a facade of doing ok - as extroverts and introverts.
Leadership Agility with Bill Joiner
In this episode, we chat with Bill Joiner to explore the challenges of leadership in today’s world.
Bill is a sought-after international thought leader and author of Leadership Agility.
He focuses on the mind-sets and skill-sets that leaders need for a business environment that is buffeted by accelerating change and mounting complexity.
Liberating the Elephant with Jessica Katz
Liberated elephant in the room! Host Andy Cleff chats with Jessica Katz, a trainer, mentor, and coach on a range of leadership topics including
Making Leadership a competitive advantage
Balancing the conflicting roles one faces in complex systems
Jessica's upcoming book focused on supporting middle managers