Radio for the Agile Community
127 - Traci Fenton
Joe Krebs speaks with Traci Fenton about Freedom at Work and a democratic workplace, She talks about the impact of fear on performance and moral. In 2022 Traci released her new book "Freedom at Work" that compliments the democratic workplace certification program which she founded in 1997 as WorldBlu.com.
126 - Kevin Callahan
Joe Krebs speaks with Kevin Callahan about the difference between agile team coaching and agile enterprise coaching and why these are often parallel tracks. Kevin takes a very pragmatic approach to agile enterprise coaching and was part of a group that designed the enterprise expert coaching track for ICAgile.
125 - Bob Galen
Joe Krebs speaks with Bob Galen about the role of agile coaches and his new book Extraordinarily BA Agile Coaching (a.k.a. EBAC). Hear him introduce the Growth Wheel for Agile Coaches and how it expands on the agile coaching framework. We talked about the stances and being well-rounded as an agile coaches. Learn about a great interview technique for bringing new agile coaches on and what pair coaching is all about.
124 - Bob Gower
Joe Krebs speaks with Bob Gower about great teams and the psychology behind that make teams great. Hear him go deeper on one of the principles of positive teaming, a collection of patterns he created based on his 25+ years of experiences working with teams.
123 - Joshua Kerievsky
Joe Krebs speaks with Joshua Kerievsky about the Joy of Agility and his upcoming book with the same title. Joshua is a veteran agile community member since the late 1990s and an advocate of eXtreme Programming since then. Joshua will deliver a keynote at the Agile 2022 in Nashville.
122 - Joe Justice
Joe Krebs speaks with Joe Justice reconnect about Agile at Tesla. Even though Joe Justice is a Certified Scrum Trainer with the Scrum Alliance he explains why “Scrum is too slow for Tesla” and shares what the electric car maker is doing differently. He also explains why Scrum is still fast for the majority of organizations but that mob programming and Open Space can have a positive impact in agile teams.
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Very nice set of interviews, Joe. That is an impressive list of well known names in the Agile community. I will enjoy listening to these in the car... looking forward to the driveway moments.
Joe's podcasts provide clear insight into the workings of agile and agile at scale. I highly recommend it to anybody looking to stay informed of the latest thinking around these and other software development topics.