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Do you need help with your Agile adoption? Or would you like to share what worked or didn’t as you were doing an adoption in your own company? If so, we invite you to participate in the Agile Coaching Network. The ACN is a monthly webcast event that lets you learn and share with other Agile practitioners. More info at AgileCoachingNetwork.org or nuAgility.org. Also, support our outstanding sponsor Agile Alliance! This nonprofit helps to make the ACN possible. Help support the show by becomin ...
 
Want to be an Agile Rock Star at work and in every day life? Join Paddy Dhanda and guests for a regular dose of light-hearted Agile discussions. Paddy’s experienced over £4 billion in Agile failures during his career, rolled out the Agile learning strategy to over 100k agilists at a global investment bank and is currently the Agile Practuce Director at the largest Tech training organisation in the UK. Why call a podcast the Peaky Agilist? Paddy comes from the city of the Peaky Blinders, Birm ...
 
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This week, Dan Neumann is joined by Eric Landes to answer a listener’s question about development. Our listener asked: How can a non-technical Scrum Master or a Scrum Master introduce technical skills and practices to strongly opinionated engineers? In this episode, Dan and Eric are sharing how to shift the mindset from wanting to know it all about…
 
The managers often have trouble adapting to an Agile way of work, but the problem of why this is an issue twenty years after the manifesto may be on us--the Agile coaches. So let's explore ways we can help managers transform from the traditional top-down control mindset to one of servant leadership. Join Hendrik Esser, Shawna Cullinan, Jörg Pietrus…
 
Dan Neumann, your host, has been reviewing the history of the Agile Coaches Corner Podcast and encountered the most popular show among these 184 episodes, it is titled “What is Agile?” and was hosted by himself and Sam Falco. In this episode, you will get the chance to listen again to the most listened episode so far, which explores the foundations…
 
Zufälligerweise war die wunderbare Marianne Rady bei mir zu Besuch, als der Termin zur Podcastaufnahme im Kalender stand. Wir wären keine Agile Coaches wenn wir diese Chance nicht sofort genutzt hätten. Somit gibt es heute eine Podcastfolge mit Marianne Rady zum Thema „Wie gehen wir mit Unsicherheit um?“ „Es geht nicht um die Lösung für den Kunden,…
 
This week, Dan Neumann is joined by Hal Hogue to talk about the Daily Scrum event. Dan and Hal are assessing this topic again after two years, a particular couple of years since much has changed due to the strike of the COVID-19 pandemic, especially in regards to the workplace, making most of the work to be remote. In today’s episode, Hal and Dan a…
 
This week, Dan Neumann is joined by three of his Agile colleagues, Erik Lindgren, Hal Hogue, and Adam Ulery. In this episode, they discuss a common question with respect to Teams: Should we choose long-running Teams or dynamically formed ones? These four Agile colleagues share today valuable examples on how to form Teams and practical ways to help …
 
Wir sitzen mit Steffi und Veit bei Armin im Garten und beantworten gesammelte Fragen, die uns im Slack über die letzten Wochen gestellt wurden. Außerdem ist Mutter Natur dieses Mal auch live dabei in Form von Vogelgezwitscher, Hundegebell und Wind. Trotz entspannter Gartenlaune uns Sonne, die auf die Birne scheint, kommt in der Diskussion ganz schö…
 
This week, Dan Neumann is joined by two colleagues, Alba Uribe and Hal Hogue. In this episode, they are discussing what a Scrum Master does outside of the Scrum Team bubble. They dive deep into the roles of a Scrum Master as a teacher, coach, facilitator, and also as an impediment remover. Listen to this thoughtful conversation and find meaningful …
 
This week, Dan Neumann is joined by two of his Agile Thought colleagues, Hal Hogue and Mike Guiler to discuss a very particular question: What does a Scrum Master actually do all day? In this episode, Dan, Hal, and Mike start by exploring what a Scrum Master does not do, then they discuss the many hats a Scrum Master wears, and how these several du…
 
This week, Dan Neumann is joined by two of his colleagues, Rosemary Atanga and Quincy Jordan. In this episode, they explore the answer to a very common question: How many teams can or should a Scrum Master Support? Dan, Rosemary, and Quincy talk about the role of a Scrum Master and how it is affected by supporting one, two, or even more Teams. They…
 
Die Zuhörenden dieses Podcasts wissen, dass man viele Rollen einnehmen darf, wenn man als Agile Coach wirkungsvoll sein will. Trainer, Moderator, Coach, ScrumMaster, Mentor, Berater, offenes Ohr, Schulter zum Ausweinen, Sparringspartner und Facilitator um nur ein paar wenige zu nennen. Daniel und ich kamen in den letzten Tagen immer wieder bei eine…
 
Every Agile coach is faced with a team that says they are too busy to improve. You’re frustrated. You see the improvements you want and know the team is capable of more. But when it comes down to it, they don’t want to put in the work. In this episode, we explore ways to help teams move past the too-busy roadblock with ways to help them move forwar…
 
This week, Dan Neumann is joined by two external guests today: Sarah Skillman and Mary Demain, both SEAM experts and Agile practitioners. In this episode, Dan, Sarah, and Mary are talking about SEAM (Socio-Economic Approach to Management) and how leadership is the key to Agility. Sarah and Mary share their extensive knowledge and experience working…
 
This week, Dan Neumann is joined by Adam Ulery to explore the topic of scaled approaches independent of embracing an industry framework. In this episode, Dan and Adam are discussing scaling without adopting an Agile framework like SAFe. They share the reasons organizations use industry frameworks to scale, dive deep into the characteristics of SAFe…
 
This week, Dan Neumann is diving deep into the topic of psychological safety, inspired by a couple of articles that got his special attention (references below). Dan is sharing in today’s episode the definition of psychological safety, its link to diversity in Teams and innovation, as well as some specific ways to foster psychological safety as the…
 
This week, Dan Neumann, your host, is sharing what he has learned from his continuous learning journey that brought him to acting classes several months ago and that now involves him getting a part as an actor in a play. Dan learned from his acting classes a lot of wisdom that can also be applied to Agility and in the delivery of value to the organ…
 
In dieser Folge sprechen wir darüber, wie wir für uns Teamidentität im Coaching nutzen. Wir teilen unser Verständnis von Identität und wie Identität unserer Meinung nach auf Verhaltensänderung wirkt. Wir diskutieren die Tools, mit denen wir besonders gerne arbeiten um Identität transparent zu machen und im Coaching einzubinden. Kommt in unsere Slac…
 
As we perhaps get past Covid, how and what will we learn this year? Are you planning to attend in-person events? What about online events and e-learning? In this episode, we explore how members of the ACN plan to learn this year and ways to improve how we do events moving forward. Join Hendrik Esser, Shawna Cullinan, Jörg Pietruszka, Diana Larsen, …
 
This week, Dan Neumann is joined by Kristan Chavious and Quincy Jordan, two returning guests and colleagues. In this episode, they are discussing the very special topic of empathy and how it can be a challenge to practice it in fast-paced settings; it can be tough to reconcile empathy with moving fast but there is a significant value in it. Key Tak…
 
This week, Dan Neumann is joined by three colleagues Alba Uribe, Quincy Jordan, and Justin Thatil, to have a second conversation about vulnerability, especially about the patterns Teams can fall into that are a threat to vulnerability and the overall safety of the work environment. In this episode, they explore these dangerous antipatterns and how …
 
This week, Dan Neumann is joined by his colleague Misi Eyetsemitan and together they are exploring the value of Empiricism beyond the Scrum Team. In this episode, Dan and Misi dive deep into the meaning of Empiricism and how it contributes to a Scrum Team predictability. Empiricism leads to more effective decision-making and is considered a powerfu…
 
How can so many teams not be thriving with Agile, when there are so many people certified as scrum masters, product owners, and coaches? In this episode, we explore some of the reasons why teams are not thriving even after certification and look at ways of how we can improve the situation. Join Hendrik Esser, Shawna Cullinan, Jörg Pietruszka, Diana…
 
This week, Dan Neumann is joined by three of his colleagues Alba Uribe, Quincy Jordan, and Justin Thatil. In today’s episode, they are exploring the concept of vulnerability as it is introduced by Brené Brown and its meaning for Scrum Masters and Agile Coaches who are seeking to foster a safe environment where vulnerability is welcomed and celebrat…
 
This week, Dan Neumann is joined by two of his colleagues, Adam Ulery and Kris Chavious. In this episode, Dan, Adam, and Kris are answering a listener who asked about the Dos and Don’ts of a Scrum Master. They cover topics such as culture, how to handle time boxes, meetings, and the challenging role of a Scrum Master removing impediments, among oth…
 
Angeregt durch eine Frage von Kristina, sprechen wir in dieser Folge über die Product Owner Rolle. Wir gehen der Reihe nach durch, was man tun kann, um dem eigenen Team eine gute Grundlage für den Start zu geben. Es geht um Augenhöhe, Dialog, Ziele, das Ende des „Contract Game“ aber auch Motivation und ganz selten auch mal klare Erwartungen. Tretet…
 
This week, Dan Neumann is joined by two of his Agile Coach’s colleagues, Andrea Floyd and Adam Ulery. In this episode, Dan, Andrea, and Adam are answering a listener’s question who is just entering the role of a Scrum Master in the organization he works for and realized that it’s going through the consequences of a lack of the application of the AD…
 
This week, Dan Neumann is joined by Andrea Floyd, colleague and principal consultant at AgileThought, to discuss different ways of helping Agile Practices to take root and thrive within organizations. In this episode, you will find an opportunity to reflect on your Agile Journey, identify the aspects where adjustments can be made, and reinforce the…
 
Diese Aufnahme ist im Rahmen der Scrum User Group Heilbronn entstanden. Wir haben die Teilnehmer gefragt, was sie für Fragen oder Themen haben, über die wir reden sollen. Dann wurde gemeinsam priorisiert und in Lean Coffee Manier eine Gesprächsagenda erstellt. Und dann ging es gemeinsam los. Und wie beim letzten Mal durften die Teilnehmenden mitred…
 
This week, Dan Neumann is joined by a colleague, friend, and Professional Scrum Trainer, Eric Landes. In this episode, Dan and Eric are answering a listener’s question that arises from an episode in which Change Fatigue was discussed; the listener wants to hear more about cases observed of Change Fatigue in Teams and Organizations and how they can …
 
This week, Dan Neumann is joined by Buyi‌ ‌Kalala‌ in today’s episode to explore the differences between Agile Missionaries and Agile Mercenaries, considering a missionary someone who is there to help and assist the team on its journey, and a mercenary, who is paid to “hit,” who can reinforce misconceptions, and even execute tasks that are not cohe…
 
Marc ist nicht nur Sprecher, Autor, Podcaster und Agile Coach sondern auch ein ganz persönlicher Wegbegleiter aus der Agilen Community. Wir hatten schon das Vergnügen gemeinsam bei verschiedenen Kunden zu arbeiten und es ist immer eine Freude mit ihm zu wirken! Heute sprechen Daniel und ich mit Marc über Wurst, Community, Goldfische, Wirkung, „Hall…
 
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