187 episodes

The world of Product Discovery and Creation is becoming increasingly challenging due to mistakes and missed opportunities that are prevalent in agile teams, large-scale Scrum and all other agile frameworks. History has shown that when organisations try and scale their product development to more than one cross-functional team, mistakes are made that cut short many chances of getting all possible benefits.
The route of this for many is the need for more attention paid to the incredible advancements in Product Management driven by hordes of professional Product People who prove that making their customers happier is not a pipe dream but a hard and fast reality.
This podcast exists to explore all topics related to Product and Agility and Coaching. 
How do you marry the agile principles with Product discovery?
Is it really possible to have hundreds of cross-functional teams (or Product Teams)  all working from an effectively prioritised single Product Backlog and a dedicated Product Owner?
How can you embrace continuous improvement and empirical process control for your product, people and processes?
Ever wondered how to overcome the problems people face when trying to scale the Product Owner role and how it relates to Product Management and Product Teams?
Baffled by how to define a product in such a way that enables Feature Teams (aka Product Teams) and why doing wrong means you will only ever be stuck with technical teams? 
Scrum Teams are not compatible with modern product management techniques.
Want to know what Product Focus means and how the right focus makes creating a shippable product less painful?
Need to get your head around how to blend modern product management techniques with Sprint Planning and Sprint Reviews to achieve Product Increments that cover the entire product?
This podcast's original focus was on Scaling Scrum vs Single-Team Scrum and how organisations can reap the benefits of Scrum when working on a larger product but still keeping a single product backlog. We found many Product People liked what we said, and then the penny dropped. This isn't a podcast about scaling Scrum or the limitations of single-team Scrum.
This podcast is for Product People & agile advocates who coach or get their hands dirty with Product creation.
We promise there is no Taboo topic that we will not explore on your behalf. 
We aim to transcend the conversations about a single team, Daily Scrums, Scrum Masters and the double-diamond and bring everyone together into responsible teams dedicated to working on the entire product to make their customers happier and their lives more fulfilling.
Come and join us on our improvement towards perfection, and give us your feedback (we have a strong customer focus, too), and who knows, perhaps we will discover the magic wand that we can wave over all the broken agile and sudo-products to create a more resilient and adaptable future by bringing the worlds of Product, Agility and coaching together.
This podcast has the conversations and insights you need.

Product Agility Ben Maynard

    • Business

The world of Product Discovery and Creation is becoming increasingly challenging due to mistakes and missed opportunities that are prevalent in agile teams, large-scale Scrum and all other agile frameworks. History has shown that when organisations try and scale their product development to more than one cross-functional team, mistakes are made that cut short many chances of getting all possible benefits.
The route of this for many is the need for more attention paid to the incredible advancements in Product Management driven by hordes of professional Product People who prove that making their customers happier is not a pipe dream but a hard and fast reality.
This podcast exists to explore all topics related to Product and Agility and Coaching. 
How do you marry the agile principles with Product discovery?
Is it really possible to have hundreds of cross-functional teams (or Product Teams)  all working from an effectively prioritised single Product Backlog and a dedicated Product Owner?
How can you embrace continuous improvement and empirical process control for your product, people and processes?
Ever wondered how to overcome the problems people face when trying to scale the Product Owner role and how it relates to Product Management and Product Teams?
Baffled by how to define a product in such a way that enables Feature Teams (aka Product Teams) and why doing wrong means you will only ever be stuck with technical teams? 
Scrum Teams are not compatible with modern product management techniques.
Want to know what Product Focus means and how the right focus makes creating a shippable product less painful?
Need to get your head around how to blend modern product management techniques with Sprint Planning and Sprint Reviews to achieve Product Increments that cover the entire product?
This podcast's original focus was on Scaling Scrum vs Single-Team Scrum and how organisations can reap the benefits of Scrum when working on a larger product but still keeping a single product backlog. We found many Product People liked what we said, and then the penny dropped. This isn't a podcast about scaling Scrum or the limitations of single-team Scrum.
This podcast is for Product People & agile advocates who coach or get their hands dirty with Product creation.
We promise there is no Taboo topic that we will not explore on your behalf. 
We aim to transcend the conversations about a single team, Daily Scrums, Scrum Masters and the double-diamond and bring everyone together into responsible teams dedicated to working on the entire product to make their customers happier and their lives more fulfilling.
Come and join us on our improvement towards perfection, and give us your feedback (we have a strong customer focus, too), and who knows, perhaps we will discover the magic wand that we can wave over all the broken agile and sudo-products to create a more resilient and adaptable future by bringing the worlds of Product, Agility and coaching together.
This podcast has the conversations and insights you need.

    Creative Constraints (With Helen Callaghan & Helen Lisowski) - Lean Agile London 24 TalkInTen

    Creative Constraints (With Helen Callaghan & Helen Lisowski) - Lean Agile London 24 TalkInTen

    Our first conference of the season is the fantastic Lean Agile London 2024!We continue our TalkInTen series by interviewing the dynamic duo, Helen Callaghan and Helen Lisowski. In this episode, they delve into the heart of creativity under constraints, showing us how limitations can actually enhance our problem-solving abilities.Talk Synopsis:Do you feel you don’t have enough people, money, or time? You might think that solving problems can't be enhanced by the very restrictions causing them....

    • 11 min
    Getting Unstuck: Playful Techniques for Agile Coaching Effectiveness (With Dana Pylayeva) - Lean Agile London 24 TalkInTen

    Getting Unstuck: Playful Techniques for Agile Coaching Effectiveness (With Dana Pylayeva) - Lean Agile London 24 TalkInTen

    Our first conference of the season is the fantastic Lean Agile London 2024!We continue our TalkInTen series by interviewing the innovative Dana Ava. In this episode, Dana shares insights on expanding your Agile coaching style by integrating playfulness into your Agile Coaching Growth Wheel. Drawing inspiration from Co-Active coaching and Liberating Structures, Dana guides you through perspective shifting—a powerful and playful way to unblock teams, enable optionality, and effectively navigate...

    • 12 min
    Strategic Agile Coaching: Let’s Show The Value We Add! (With Elaine Tittanegro Correa) - Lean Agile London 24 TalkInTen

    Strategic Agile Coaching: Let’s Show The Value We Add! (With Elaine Tittanegro Correa) - Lean Agile London 24 TalkInTen

    Our first conference of the season is the fantastic Lean Agile London 2024!We continue our TalkInTen series with the brilliant Elaine Tittanegro Correa. In this episode, Elaine discusses the challenges facing the agile market in the UK, where agile coaches and functions are being downsized or entirely made redundant. She addresses the impulsive decisions companies often make during financial struggles, leading them to remove roles perceived as “advisory only.” Elaine on LinkedIn: https://bit....

    • 12 min
    Humanising Collaboration – Breaking The Barriers To Collaboration Through Shared Vulnerability (With Stuart Young) - Lean Agile London 24 TalkInTen

    Humanising Collaboration – Breaking The Barriers To Collaboration Through Shared Vulnerability (With Stuart Young) - Lean Agile London 24 TalkInTen

    Our first conference of the season is the fantastic Lean Agile London 2024!We continue our TalkInTen series by interviewing the amazing Stuart Young. In this episode, Stuart discusses the power of vulnerability and the benefits of embracing uncertainty in our professional lives.Stuart on LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/stuart-young-2b683729/Stuart’s TalkInTen explores how practicing vulnerability and being authentic can enhance collaboration and lead to successful outcomes. He in...

    • 11 min
    The Most Useful Lesson After 20 Years of Building Products (With Pawel Brodzinski) - Lean Agile London 24 TalkInTen

    The Most Useful Lesson After 20 Years of Building Products (With Pawel Brodzinski) - Lean Agile London 24 TalkInTen

    Our first conference of the season is Lean Agile London 2024! We're thrilled to kick off our TalkInTen series with Pawel Brodzinski. Join us as we interview the amazing speakers to give you their "TalkInTen."Pawel on LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/pawelbrodzinski/ Here is what he has to say about himself: "I am a seasoned leader, manager, coach, author, public speaker, and guest academic lecturer. I have end-to-end experience building software and expertise in lean and agile methods. ...

    • 12 min
    Impact Over Effort Product & Project Strategies for Success (With James Louttit)

    Impact Over Effort Product & Project Strategies for Success (With James Louttit)

    James Louttit, a leading expert in Project Management and author of "Leading Impactful Teams," brings over twenty years of experience to our latest podcast episode. His extensive background in leading diverse project teams to success across various industries has established him as a pivotal figure in the field. In this episode, James shares actionable insights and proven strategies from his book, offering listeners practical tools to enhance project effectiveness and innovation. Known for hi...

    • 46 min

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