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The is the Agile Uprising Podcast. Agile Uprising is a purpose-built network that focuses on the advancement of the agile mindset and global professional networking between leading agilists. We will remain agnostic of certifying bodies and focus purely on the advancement of the agile craft. Our network will evolve over time, and at the core our online community will remain free to join - forever. We will leverage both traditional and emerging communication and collaboration channels to explore various topics of interest with a direct focus on removing external influences from sponsors, partners and other organizations.

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The is the Agile Uprising Podcast. Agile Uprising is a purpose-built network that focuses on the advancement of the agile mindset and global professional networking between leading agilists. We will remain agnostic of certifying bodies and focus purely on the advancement of the agile craft. Our network will evolve over time, and at the core our online community will remain free to join - forever. We will leverage both traditional and emerging communication and collaboration channels to explore various topics of interest with a direct focus on removing external influences from sponsors, partners and other organizations.

    The ToC-aissance Episode 2: The Book of Tameflow with Steve Tendon

    The ToC-aissance Episode 2: The Book of Tameflow with Steve Tendon

    In the next episode in our ToC-aissance series we chat with Steve Tendon to discuss TameFlow, his collection of mental models and methodologies to utilize Theory of Constraints inside of knowledge work environments. "If you have nothing to do... Go fishing!" Enjoy!
    NOTE: This recording references an earlier version of Steve's book which has since undergone revision; look for The Book of TameFlow at THIS link.
    TameFlow Site
    TameFlow YouTube Channel
     
    If you enjoyed this episode, please give us a review, a rating, or leave comments on iTunes, Stitcher or your podcasting platform of choice. It really helps others find us.  Much thanks to the artist Krebs from Machine Man Records who provided us our outro music free-of-charge!  If you like what you heard, check out these links to find more music you might enjoy! If you’d like to join the discussion and share your stories  please join Coalition.AgileUprising.com Looking for real-time interaction and conversation with other practitioners?  Jump into the fray at our Discord Server! We at the Agile Uprising are committed to being totally free.  However if you'd like to contribute and help us defray hosting and production costs we do have a Patreon.  Who knows, you might even get some surprises in the mail!

    • 46 min
    Sociocracy (Episode 1 of n) with Ted Rau

    Sociocracy (Episode 1 of n) with Ted Rau

    In this @agileuprising episode, host Andy Cleff @justsitthere chats with Ted Rau @Sociocracy4All about Sociocracy - a social technology for evolving adaptive and resilient organizations. 

    We cover topics including: forming circles, establishing roles, meetings and consent, performance feedback, accountability, and money.

    • 42 min
    The ToC-aissance Episode 1: Clarke Ching, The Bottleneck Guy

    The ToC-aissance Episode 1: Clarke Ching, The Bottleneck Guy

     
    We're trying to lead a revival of Theory of Constraints thinking tools and all it's peripheral practices...a "ToC-aissance" if you will! In the first episode in our series we sit down with Clarke Ching, The Bottleneck Guy. We discuss theory of constraints in the abstract, how to combine ToC thinking with Agile delivery practices, and everything bottleneck related. Enjoy!
    The Bottleneck Guy Website
    Clarke's LinkedIn
    Clarke's Books on Amazon
    If you enjoyed this episode, please give us a review, a rating, or leave comments on iTunes, Stitcher or your podcasting platform of choice. It really helps others find us.  Much thanks to the artist Krebs from Machine Man Records who provided us our outro music free-of-charge!  If you like what you heard, check out these links to find more music you might enjoy! If you’d like to join the discussion and share your stories  please join Coalition.AgileUprising.com Looking for real-time interaction and conversation with other practitioners?  Jump into the fray at our Discord Server! We at the Agile Uprising are committed to being totally free.  However if you'd like to contribute and help us defray hosting and production costs we do have a Patreon.  Who knows, you might even get some surprises in the mail!  

    • 51 min
    Lean In Agile (LIA): Enabling Women to Reach Their Potential

    Lean In Agile (LIA): Enabling Women to Reach Their Potential

    This episode features Padmini Nidumolu, co-founder of LeanInAgile (LIA), an organization with this Mission Statement: For Women, By Women, Of Women. To raise the value and visibility of women within the Lean and Agile communities.
    Listen to the journey to create this group, centered around vulnerability and building confidence in women, and hear some of Padmini's favorite guests and interviews, as well as how you can engage and contribute to LIA's mission! 
    Joining in this episode is newest Uprising Board Member, Janee McConnell, hosted by Jason Cusack.  
    Links to learn more:
    leaninagile.org https://www.linkedin.com/company/leaninagile-lia/ Shortcuts to discussed content:
    8 ways to be a good ally blog post Spirals LIA 100 List LIA NextGen "We need the light, not the heat...." ~ Janee's Mom
    Support the Agile Uprising
    If you enjoyed this episode, please give us a review, a rating, or leave comments on iTunes, Stitcher or your podcasting platform of choice. It really helps others find us.  Much thanks to the artist Krebs from Machine Man Records who provided us our outro music free-of-charge!  If you like what you heard, check out these links to find more music you might enjoy! Looking for real-time interaction and conversation with other practitioners?  Jump into the fray at our Discord Server! We at the Agile Uprising are committed to being totally free.  However, if you'd like to contribute and help us defray hosting and production costs we do have a Patreon.  Who knows, you might even get some surprises in the mail!

    • 55 min
    Should I Take This? - Agendashift: Strategic Mapping with Outcomes

    Should I Take This? - Agendashift: Strategic Mapping with Outcomes

    In the new set episode in our series we sit down with Claudia Orozco-Gomez and Mike Caddell to discuss their experience in the Strategic Mapping with Outcomes workshop from Agendashift. Enjoy!
    Agendashift Workshops
    If you enjoyed this episode, please give us a review, a rating, or leave comments on iTunes, Stitcher or your podcasting platform of choice. It really helps others find us.  Much thanks to the artist Krebs from Machine Man Records who provided us our outro music free-of-charge!  If you like what you heard, check out these links to find more music you might enjoy! If you’d like to join the discussion and share your stories  please join Coalition.AgileUprising.com Looking for real-time interaction and conversation with other practitioners?  Jump into the fray at our Discord Server! We at the Agile Uprising are committed to being totally free.  However if you'd like to contribute and help us defray hosting and production costs we do have a Patreon.  Who knows, you might even get some surprises in the mail!

    • 31 min
    Should an Organization Hire a FTE Agile Coach or a Consultant?

    Should an Organization Hire a FTE Agile Coach or a Consultant?

    In the 2021 State of Agile Coaching Report, experienced coaches were twice as likely to be external to organizations. Meaning they were consultants versus hiring a full-time employee. It raised some interesting questions to explore about the state of the field and what the future of agile coaching was:
    What are the reasons why a coach would want to stay an FTE versus becoming a consultant? Are there varied benefits to having both internal coaches as well as external consultants working in your organization? What exactly are the differences in both? Did the pandemic and quarantine specifically impact the agile coaching profession? If I'm looking to become an agile coach, what are the various paths I could take in order to get there? Join host Chris Murman and a motley crew of people willing to take his verbal abuse to discuss this topic: Jon Schneider, Todd Thrash, and Stephen Kellogg as well as fellow AU board members James Gifford and Jay Horsecantspellhisnamecorrectly. It's an irreverent and uncensored conversation that lays open the challenges the agile coaching profession faces today as well as some hope for the future. 
    If you enjoyed this episode, please give us a review, a rating, or leave comments on iTunes, Stitcher or your podcasting platform of choice. It really helps others find us.  Much thanks to the artist Krebs from Machine Man Records who provided us our outro music free-of-charge!  If you like what you heard, check out these links to find more music you might enjoy! If you’d like to join the discussion and share your stories  please join Coalition.AgileUprising.com Looking for real-time interaction and conversation with other practitioners?  Jump into the fray at our Discord Server! We at the Agile Uprising are committed to being totally free.  However if you'd like to contribute and help us defray hosting and production costs we do have a Patreon.  Who knows, you might even get some surprises in the mail! Keywords: Coaching, agile, consulting, fte, w2, 1099, hiring

    • 1 hr 27 min

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
28 Ratings

28 Ratings

Jdubya823 ,

Great podcast!

Agile talk with witty banter. What more could you ask for?!

Mustamil ,

Essential listening for the next wave of agile

Professionally done and carefully curated, I recommend this podcast to anyone who's interested in where agile has been and where it's headed. This is the good stuff!

MichaelNordmeyer ,

Low sound and production quality

Bad sound captured by bad microphones in bad environments. Sounds like someone is talking on the phone while on the subway.

Topics and guests are good, but it's more of a coffee table chat with lots of anecdotes by famous guests. Sometimes entertaining, mostly boring.

If you're desperate and want to kill time, this podcast might do it for you. But when time is somewhat limited the Internet has more useful things about agile to offer.

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