25 episodes

The Virtually Agile Podcast, the podcast that hears from established thought leaders as well as amplifying newer voices, on all things agile, virtually agile and everything in between.

Virtually Agile Chris Stone - The Virtual Agile Coach

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The Virtually Agile Podcast, the podcast that hears from established thought leaders as well as amplifying newer voices, on all things agile, virtually agile and everything in between.

    S4 - E1 - L.David Marquet - Intent based leadership & the power of language in the workplace

    S4 - E1 - L.David Marquet - Intent based leadership & the power of language in the workplace

    This episode I was joined by L David Marquet, someone who has been a huge influence on my own leadership style. He's the

    best-selling author of books including Turn the ship around & leadership is language, a keynote speaker & ex commanding officer of the USS Santa Fe. A leader who aims to build leaders at every level of an organisation,

     

    In this 40 min episode, we spoke about;

     

    - Intent based leadership

    - The importance of language in the workplace

    - Why we should use 'We' rather than 'They'

    • 41 min
    S3 - E8 - Mia Kolmodin - Serious play & Dandy People posters

    S3 - E8 - Mia Kolmodin - Serious play & Dandy People posters

    This episode I was joined by Mia Kolmodin, the founder of Dandy People, an Executive & Enterprise Agile Coach & Chief Enabling Officer.

    Dandy people are responsible for some of my favourite visuals about agility including; Agile in a nutshell and agile leadership

     

    In this 30 min episode, we spoke about;

     

    - Serious games and their benefits

    - De-stigmatising failure & the biggest f#ck ups game

    - The Dandy posters - Agile infographics

    • 30 min
    S3 - E7 - Maarten Dalmijn - Product Management Pitfalls & The certification circus

    S3 - E7 - Maarten Dalmijn - Product Management Pitfalls & The certification circus

    This episode I was joined by Martin Dalmijn, a Product manager & article writer on Medium who aims to help teams discover better ways of working & avoid the feature factory trap.

     

    In this 35 min episode, we spoke about;

     

    - Product management & roadmapping

    - The notion of deadlines

    - The certification circus

    - Creating learning environments

    • 35 min
    S3 - E6 - Johanna Rothman - Modern management myths

    S3 - E6 - Johanna Rothman - Modern management myths

    This episode I was joined by Johanna Rothman, the 'Pragmatic Manager', author of 19 books, speaker & consultant

     

    In this 47 min episode, we spoke about some of the myths managers face from her book 'Modern Management made Easy'. This included;

     

    - Comparisons between teams

    - Needing estimates to plan

    - The quest for 100% utilisation

    • 47 min
    S3 - E5 - Ravi Jay - Dunning Kruger effect & Enterprise Agility

    S3 - E5 - Ravi Jay - Dunning Kruger effect & Enterprise Agility

    This episode I was joined by Ravi Jay, an Agile Transformation Director

     

    In this 40 min episode, we spoke about;

    - The Dunning Kruger effect

    - Enterprise Agility and the challenges organisations face with ways of working

    - Creating an environment for learning, experimentation & failure

    • 40 min
    S3 - E4 - Rebecca Dainton - Scaling Scrum with LeSS & The benefits of Dyslexia

    S3 - E4 - Rebecca Dainton - Scaling Scrum with LeSS & The benefits of Dyslexia

    This episode I was joined by Rebecca Dainton, an Agile Coach & Scrum Master

     

    In the 40 min episode, we spoke about;

    - Scrum & Scaling Scrum with LeSS

    - Dyslexia and how it can be beneficial to agile roles

    - Career progression as a woman with children

    • 41 min

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