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Do great things with great people! This is the podcast for high-performance teams. Topics include the Core Protocols, Agile software development, Open Space Technology, team emotional intelligence, psychological safety, and more. We share workshops, class segments, and interviews about awesome teams.

With Great People Richard Kasperowski

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 5 Ratings

Do great things with great people! This is the podcast for high-performance teams. Topics include the Core Protocols, Agile software development, Open Space Technology, team emotional intelligence, psychological safety, and more. We share workshops, class segments, and interviews about awesome teams.

    Mary and Tom Poppendieck: Keeping Your Team Together During the Great Resignation

    Mary and Tom Poppendieck: Keeping Your Team Together During the Great Resignation

    In this episode, Richard interviews Mary and Tom Poppendieck. Richard's Agile heroes, the Poppendiecks have written highly influential works on lean software development, including Lean Software Development: An Agile Toolkit, The Lean Mindset, and Leading the Lean Software Development: Results are Not the Point. Richard tackles with them one of the burning problems of today's business world: how to retain an increasingly independent workforce? When you finish listening to this episode, visit their website at: http://www.poppendieck.com.

    You can read the transcript of the full episode at http://kasperowski.com/podcast-74-mary-and-tom-poppendieck.

    • 45 min
    Woody Zuill: The Best Leader Is the One Who Leads Without Authority

    Woody Zuill: The Best Leader Is the One Who Leads Without Authority

    In this episode, Richard interviews Woody Zuill, an Agile coach well known for popularizing mob programming and the No Estimates movement. In this first part of the interview with Woody, he tells us how kindness, consideration, and respect can transform any team into a fulfilling working experience.

    When you finish listening to the episode, connect with Woody on LinkedIn and Twitter, visit his website at www.woodyzuill.com, and check out his upcoming book No Estimates - How to Deliver Software Without Guesswork.

    You can read the transcript of the entire episode at https://kasperowski.com/podcast-73-woody-zuill/.

    • 34 min
    Woody Zuill: Knowing When to Stop a Conversation Is Knowing When to Listen

    Woody Zuill: Knowing When to Stop a Conversation Is Knowing When to Listen

    In this episode, Richard interviews Woody Zuill, an Agile coach well known for popularizing mob programming and the No Estimates movement. In this first part of the interview with Woody, he tells us how kindness, consideration, and respect can transform any team into a fulfilling working experience.

    When you finish listening to the episode, connect with Woody on LinkedIn and Twitter, visit his website at www.woodyzuill.com, and check out his upcoming book No Estimates - How to Deliver Software Without Guesswork.

    You can read the transcript of the entire episode at https://kasperowski.com/podcast-72-woody-zuill/.

    • 36 min
    Adam Weisbart: Make Things Simple and Your Team Will Move Faster

    Adam Weisbart: Make Things Simple and Your Team Will Move Faster

    In this episode, Richard interviews Adam Weisbart, principal at Weisbart Consulting, certified scrum trainer, and agile coach. Adam was also an initiator of Agile Virtual Summit, which grew into a community at https://agilemastery.com. Adam tells us how to eliminate friction, simplify your team's workflow, and get the job done faster and more reliably. When you finish listening to the episode, visit Adam's website at https://weisbart.com/richard, where he left some sweet surprises for you.

    You can read the transcript of the episode at https://kasperowski.com/podcast-71-adam-weisbart/

    • 30 min
    Steven Wolff: How Understanding and Caring Eliminates Tension and Angst

    Steven Wolff: How Understanding and Caring Eliminates Tension and Angst

    In this episode, Richard interviews Steven Wolff. Steve is a Team Emotional Intelligence expert whose research greatly influenced Richard's work with teams. Steven tells us how to transform angst and tension into excitement - a driving force of any successful team. When you finish listening to the episode, visit Steve's website at https://stevenwolff.com, where you will be able to connect with him and explore his work.

    You can read a full transcript of the episode at https://kasperowski.com/podcast-70-steven-wolff/.

    • 47 min
    Could You Win a Nobel Prize for Slacking Off?

    Could You Win a Nobel Prize for Slacking Off?

    In this episode, Richard talks about slacking off and why is it so important. You can read the entire essay at https://kasperowski.com/could-you-win-a-…for-slacking-off/.

    • 8 min

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A podcast unlike any other

This is a very unique podcast that should have many more listeners. Richard has a great podcast voice, the pace of the podcast perfect (not too rushed, not too slow). I love the intro/outro music, too. The host brings such a calamity, level-headedness, down-to-earth perspective to each episode: this is essential to survive mentally during this time of pandemic, elections, protests.

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