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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 explo ...
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In this episode of the Agile Uprising podcast, hosts Andy Cleff and Chris Murman chat with Jason Little and Ken Rickard co-authors of . They explore the origins and motivations behind their new book, which aims to help organizations navigate change. The discussion covers the importance of understanding one's own context, the pitfalls of superficial…
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Originally recorded in the before times... Nov 2019... we're rereleasing this podcast, in anticipation of our upcoming conversation with the "Grand Poohbah of Lean Change" and his co-author about their new book "" In this episode, Hosts Chris Murman, Andrew Leff, and Jay Hrcsko delve into the intricacies of transformation offices within organizatio…
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This week we have a chat with James Gifford who recently authored a post on LinkedIn regarding how we view maturity in our organizations. Is chasing a more "mature" organization really the direction we should be moving in? Or would it make more sense to orient around builidng capabilities? Listen in and find out what we think! Enjoy! If you enjoyed…
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In this episode of the Agile Uprising Podcast, Andy Cleff digs into the topic of team engagement, health, and happiness. Whether you're a team leader, a team member, or someone passionate about organizational culture, this episode is packed with actionable insights that promise to enhance your approach to employee and team engagement. Episode Highl…
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Are you ready to transform your team's communication dynamics? Dive into this episode of the Agile Uprising podcast, where host Andy Cleff explores using David Kantor's four-player model to cultivate continuous improvement in high-performing teams. In This Episode: Overview of the Four-Player Model: Learn about the mover, follower, opposer, and bys…
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In this episode of the Agile Uprising podcast, Andy Cleff, Chris Murman, and Jesper Ørting delve into a discussion on the concept of greed, in the context of organizational dynamics as well as personal growth. This episode marks the seventh and final installment in , focusing on how these vices manifest in professional settings, especially within t…
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This week we sit down for an unscripted conversation around "change management." Why is the first excuse when a change fails "we need more/better/gooder change management!"? Why isn't everyone responsible for managing change? And also, isn't this just good communications and transparency? Enjoy! If you enjoyed this episode, please give us a review,…
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This week we sit down with frequent guest Johanna Rothman to discuss her newest book, project lifecycles...does it matter what method you use, project or product? Isn't the goal to deliver value? Tune in as we discuss how to pick your value delivery methodology, in service of "what risks are we willing to swallow?" Cheers! If you enjoyed this episo…
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Join us this week as we unpack...ENVY. How does this sin relate to our roles as coaches, our worlds in the enterprise...do we really want what we think we want, and is it solely because someone else has it? Tune in to find out! Enjoy! If you enjoyed this episode, please give us a review, a rating, or leave comments on iTunes, Stitcher or your podca…
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In this episode of the Agile Uprising podcast, host Andy Cleff chats with guest Lennie Noiles about the importance of coaching and supervision for agile coaches. They explore the idea of coaching supervision, which focuses on helping coaches reflect on their own practices and improve their coaching skills. Lennie emphasizes the need for coaches to …
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You know this is the episode you were waiting for....this week host Sam Hogarth gathers a motley crew into a panel to discuss the concept of lust and how it impacts us in the agile space. Listen in, it's not the conversation you'd typically expect from this cast of characters...enjoy! If you enjoyed this episode, please give us a review, a rating, …
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A rebroadcast of a chat hosts Andy Cleff, Ben Au-Yeung, Serge Marten, and Jay Hrcsko had with Dave Snowden about Spiral Dynamics, Integral Theory, and Metamodernism. We explore thru a Boxian lens "All models are wrong, but some are useful." Are these effective tools for organizations to gain new perspectives on themselves? Are there other potential…
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We are rereleasing this episode from 2023... how does it hold up? We got together to talk about...STUFF. Specifically, we discussed what we were reading/watching/listening to that had NOTHING to do with "the agile", and how those things had impacted our behaviors, mindsets, how we approached our work as coaches and agents of change. Hopefully thing…
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Join hosts Andrew Leff, Chris Murman, and Andy Cleff in an exploration of wrath and its impact on relationships, both personal and professional. From the subtle nuances of organizational dynamics to the intricacies of managing emotions in the workplace, this episode delves deep into the complexities of wrath and offers strategies for fostering heal…
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We often praise others, create intricate rewards programs at work, compensation plans are loaded with performance goals....are all these things counter-productive? Join us this week as Sarah Baca and Jay Hrcsko sit down with the author of the book Punished by Rewards, Alfie Kohn. They discuss how "inside each carrot is a stick", how to properly mot…
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Explore the dynamics of leadership through the lens of the power of three in this insightful Agile podcast. Join Tanner Wortham and Andy Cleff as they discuss military parallels, agile principles, and the significance of movement in decision-making. Gain valuable insights into empowerment, balancing maker and manager time, and embracing uncertainty…
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This Agile Uprising podcast delves into the theme of "Gluttony," exploring the impact of overindulgence and excess in various aspects of work and life. Hosts Chris Murman, Jay Hrcsko, and Andrew Leff engage in a thought-provoking conversation about how gluttonous behaviors can manifest in work habits, personal growth, and relationships. The episode…
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This week we sit down with Gil Broza to discuss his new book, Deliver Better Results. We discuss the importance of systems thinking, the importance of both people and mindset, and Gil's strategies for levelling up your organization, along with how to assess where you are (as a clue to where to start!) Enjoy! Links Listeners can download chapter 1 f…
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In this episode, Troy Lightfoot sits down with Complex Product Development Specialist Dave Rush. They discuss scaling beyond software using techniques like model-based systems engineering and some popular scaling approaches that need reconsideration in these contexts. Resources Mentioned: (Feel Free To Connect!) About the Agile Uprising : If you en…
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In this episode, the second in a series, the crew explores the sin of "sloth" in the context of agility and organizational dynamics. Chris Murman, Andy Cleff, and Andrew Leff, delve into the negative connotations of sloth as it relates to motivation, communication, and decision-making within teams and organizations. They discuss the impact of silen…
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In this episode, Sarah Baca, Mike Caddell, Claudia Orozco-Gomez, and Andrew Leff delve into the complexities and often misunderstood role of the Scrum Master. Sharing insights from their experiences, the panel discusses the challenges faced in distinguishing between project managers and Scrum Masters, emphasizing the importance of genuine relations…
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In the first of an expected series, Chris Murman, Jay Hrcsko, and Andrew Leff explore the deadly sin of pride in agile coaching and transformation. Reflecting on personal experiences, feedback challenges, and the impact of pride on organizational culture, the hosts engage in a candid and humorous conversation. They encourage listeners to embrace se…
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Rebroadcasting a fav from the archives: Join , and as they discuss Getting Things Done in an Agile World. "Your mind is for having ideas, not holding them." David is the New York Times best-selling author of Getting Things Done - The Art of Stress-free Productivity. Since it was first published almost fifteen years ago, Getting Things Done has beco…
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In this episode, hosts Troy Lightfoot and Andy Cleff sit down with Prateek Singh and Dan Vacanti about the new book "Scaling Simplified ." which can be currently found on Leanpub and Amazon. It challenges many common assumptions about "Scaling Agile" and teaches techniques for simplifying scaling by focusing on flow. Resources Mentioned: About the …
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This week we sit down with Maarten Dalmijn, author of Driving Value with Sprint Goals to discuss the importance of a sprint goal. We start off with the confession that for some practitioners this concept is a bit too "woo", but then we use Maarten's book to peel back the onion and develop greater understanding around how your sprint goal is both a …
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