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You're busy, but you want more out of life. More ideas, more clarity, more adventure, and more fun. That's what the Agile lifestyle is all about. Don't stay stuck in mediocrity a moment longer. Join the Agile Bettys for learning and laughs, as they explore the Agile lifestyle. Hear their stories of growth and adventure. The good, the bad, and the ugly. They don't take themselves too seriously, but they are serious about living an Agile life awesomeness.
 
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There are digital tools galore! But how do you sort through them? How do you know if it will satisfy your requirements? You need to make sure that you don't invest significant capital into purchasing and implementing an unsuitable tool only to find it doesn't work for you or you're not using it properly. So, in this episode, I explore: - My top 8 d…
 
Almost all business owners can tell you that starting out in business, there is no one size fits all instruction manual so that you can make your ideas and business thrive. I definitely empathise with anyone starting out or wanting to start a business. Ive started more than one with failure and success. So let me take you through some essential do’…
 
Agile? The PMO? What's going on right now? Is it just me or is there a real disconnect between organisations who are looking to introduce agile ways of working and what they are doing with their PMOs? Shouldn’t you look at leveraging them to drive the change? Wouldn’t it be better to engage the PMO rather than to ignore them? In this episode, I exp…
 
In his book “Agility: How to Navigate the Unknown and Seize Opportunity in a World of Disruption,” Leo Tilman offers a comprehensive definition of the word “agility.” According to Tilman and co-author former NORAD commander General Charles Jacoby, agility is “the organizational capacity to detect, assess and respond to environmental changes in ways…
 
Trying to grow a business, family, or climb the corporate ladder? Perhaps you are trying to change the world or improve yourself. Whatever success means to you, it can be harder to achieve when living with Anxiety. In this episode, I introduce you to what it means to be successfully anxious, how it impacted me, and what you can learn from my experi…
 
This special episode celebrates the Pride month of June and features the hosts and producer of Agile Amped as the guests. Alalia Lundy (she/her/hers) is a Business Agility Enablement Manager; William Rowden (he/him/his) is a Business Agility Practice Development Associate Director, and Ryan Keawekāne (he/him/his) is a Marketing Associate Manager. W…
 
Jeff Wood has over 20+ years of experience in leading transformational change including the implementation of PMOs within both the public and private sectors. Love making a difference to organisations and the people within priding myself on strong servant-leadership, efficient and effective service design, delivery of complex portfolios, programmes…
 
Kayton Bhatia is a Senior Leader in Digital Product Management at Kaiser Permanente. For Pride Month, he is sharing his story about bringing his whole self to work. As a gay, Indian man, Bhatia’s path to leadership is anything but typical. Despite changes to laws in both the US (where he lives and works) and India (where he was born and raised), th…
 
It's our businesses' 5 Year Anniversary, so as a business owner what do I wish I knew when I started that would have saved me heartache, headaches, and tears. Find out in this episode of Agile Ideas. In this episode, I explore: 5 Key Business Lessons I wish I knew when I started from people management, controlling everything to sales and vision. Wh…
 
Steve is obsessed with making tech human and leveraging it to deliver continuous value. For the past 20 years, his focus has been on using mapping techniques to guide ambitious and struggling teams towards their true north. He's a former startup CTO, agency consultant, systems and release engineer, finance IT manager, tech support phone jockey, and…
 
Sandy Beky is the founder of two companies whose work, at first blush, seems unrelated. The first is HeHop, a nonprofit that uses blockchain technology to empower victims and witnesses of domestic violence to capture and store tamper-resistant evidence for use in court. The second is Kyosei Solutions Lab, through which Beky helps leaders of France’…
 
In this episode, ideas don't bring results - you need to develop, implement and improve. So I share what to do when you have a lot of ideas and not sure where to go next or what to do. From tracking the ideas, to deciding which one/s to progress with by asking some key questions and then the very first steps to test the idea. Link to Business Model…
 
Colleen Kirtland is on a learning journey, and in this episode, she shares her passion for and commitment to learning as much as possible from nature. Pointing to many resources and examples of biomimicry, economics, and above all systems thinking, Kirtland invites us to think about creating systems that not just grow linearly but thrive. She argue…
 
Adam Burden is Accenture’s Chief Software Engineer and a senior managing director leading Technology services for Accenture in North America. In this episode, Burden shares how Cloud helps break barriers to agility. One barrier is legacy systems. While package solutions have become popular in the last few years, Burden says that the “renaissance of…
 
As one of Australasia's most successful Medical Technology Business Leaders, Leanne Elich is a passionate Oncology Advocate and Global Healthcare Specialist with over 25 years experience in both clinical and corporate environments with executive leadership. Leanne has led business operations teams, sales and marketing teams, technical and support t…
 
What happens if you put $1 billion dollars in the hands of students to invest collaboratively? Luke Hohmann is Founder and CEO of FirstRoot, which wants “to get $1,000 into a million schools so that children are in control of $1 billion or more of capital by 2030.” Hohmann shares stories of how real school students have invested in their schools an…
 
Molood Ceccarelli is a remote work expert and agile coach. Her work has been published in places such as Forbes, Huffington Post and Inc.com as well as Scrum Alliance, Happy Melly and Shiftup. She is often referred to as the queen of remote work. She is the CEO and founder of Remote Forever where she helps distributed companies adopt agile ways of …
 
Joe Pusz has worked in project management and has been learning about the PMO throughout almost his entire life. As a result, he has become an expert and was even named one of the Top 15 PMO Influencers in the World in 2020 by the Global PMO Alliance. Joe has started his own podcast series and has founded many PMO initiatives with a strong focus, o…
 
What does it mean to put customers at the center of everything you do? For Riot Games, the brand behind League of Legends, it means “making it better to be a player.” Our guest Michael Robillard is the Principal of Enterprise Agility for Riot Games, and he shares how business agility unlocks their ability to make good on that promise. One outstandi…
 
Johanna Rothman, a.k.a. the Pragmatic Manager, is author of 18 books and frequent blogger on the topic of product management and more. Rothman shares with us insights about her latest three-book bundle on “Modern Management Made Easy.” These books are full of “the kinds of questions I keep hearing from my clients.” Each chapter begins with a questi…
 
In this episode, I outline 3 key observations with PMO popularity right now, and three challenges that relate, then delve into an idea that could be useful for organisations and leaders alike in transforming their PMOs for the future. This episode is brought to you by the one-stop-shop for all things PMO - www.thepmoleader.com. Thank you for listen…
 
Diversifying Equity with Agile for Humanity Self-defined Soul Craftswoman April Jefferson applies her experience in coaching, crafting experiences, and conference speaking to help “bring up new voices.” Jefferson shares her story of striving to increase equity of the Black, indigenous, people of color (BIPOC) community in Agile. One way is the Agil…
 
Rachel is a wellbeing, motivation, and performance specialist, whose work has spanned multiple sectors including corporate, health, education, and not-for-profit. As a trained psychologist, she has extensive experience in bringing the science of optimal performance and wellbeing to life, to assist both individuals and organisations to thrive. Rache…
 
Rajesh Nerlikar is chief product advisor at Prodify and the co-author of the book “Build What Matters: Delivering Key Outcomes with Vision-Led Product Management” with Ben Foster. Nerlikar highlights a few of the ten dysfunctions that the co-authors had seen in their experience advising product management teams. The book focuses on the four core te…
 
Nick Horney is an organizational psychologist and founder of Agility Consulting. He spent 23 years in Special Operations in the U.S. Navy, before building a career in the agile space. Horney joins us to discuss his ideas and experience in leadership agility and anticipating change, focusing on 2020 and the COVID-19 pandemic. He uses the concepts of…
 
In my rawest podcast yet, I share what 2020 has meant to me and our business, the ups, and downs, and how I and like many others were tested and pushed to our limits. I hope that this raw podcast helps you on your quest for happiness. Thank you for listening to this podcast. We welcome any feedback. If you would like us to cover specific topics in …
 
This one is special because it coincides with Agile Management Office's win of Project of the Year and Professional Services of the Year awarded by the most reputable Project Management body in Australia! We were so excited to win this award and have decided to record this episode to talk more about the project, what it entailed, what we were doing…
 
Alicia McLain is a small-business owner, executive leadership coach, public speaker and co-founder of the Agile Coaching Exchange North America. McLain shares her experience speaking on the topic of “Coaching, the Secret Sauce to a Culture of Accountability.” Building on the Agile Coaching Institute’s Coaching Competency Model, she shares what coac…
 
Michael Spayd is the co-founder of The Collective Edge, which seeks to “transform the transformers.” In this episode, Spayd shares some of his thinking behind his new book “Agile Transformation” and reminds us of the difference between organizational transformation and what he calls “a big adoption.” Leaders are key to the chances of success: “If y…
 
Jim Ewel is one of the earliest advocates for Agile Marketing and is one of the authors of the Agile Marketing Manifesto. His new book “The Six Disciplines of Agile Marketing” provides a framework for applying Agile principles and practices to marketing. Ewel encourages marketers to initially shift their focus away from a process like Scrum or Kanb…
 
Corey Post is a Lean-Agile transformation management consultant with 20+ years of leadership experience developing large solutions, new products, and complex systems. Recently he authored two talks for the Agile2020 conference: · Use Product Value Streams to Rapidly Deliver Customer Value and Create a Learning Machine · What You Need to Know About …
 
Talking all things Change Management with Karen Ferris. Acclaimed internationally as an author and speaker, with industry acknowledgment of her reputation as a Thought Leader, she provides both strategic and practical advice and insights to her audiences. She is the author of 4 books regarding organisational change and resilience. Her latest public…
 
Esther Derby has four decades of experience with organizational change and she’s a well-known author and thought leader in the agile space. Derby chats with us about her latest book: “7 Rules for Positive, Productive Change: Micro Shifts, Macro Results” While you’ll hear her 7-step guide to problem solving, we particularly dig into her guidance on …
 
Mik Kersten, author of “Projects to Products” and CEO of Tasktop, has seen a reoccurring theme. We go to conferences; we hear about all these fantastic things that can happen when we incorporate lean practices, continuous flow, and feedback. We come back pumped to start changing the way we work because we know it will improve our lives for the bett…
 
In a former life, Marc Siles was a senior executive chasing a corporate career – until he had a near burnout experience. Originally from Spain, Siles has been living in Finland for the last 18 years, where he dedicates his passion and energy to enable companies around the globe to accelerate their strategic growth.  Siles shares powerful and person…
 
A humbling experience nominated as a World Top 3 Finalist in Global PMO Influencer of the Year 2020, along with being the only finalist from Australia. I was invited to present a keynote at the World PMO Global Awards 2020 hosted by PMO Global Alliance. In this keynote/episode, I explore: The history of the PMO and its evolution or lack thereof How…
 
Jeff Gothelf helps organizations build better products and executives build the cultures that build better products. He is the co-author of the award-winning book “Lean UX”, “Sense & Respond”, and his latest, “Forever Employable: How to Stop Looking Work and Let Your Next Job Find You.” After waking up on his 35th birthday in a panic about the seco…
 
Ashley Cooper is a professional environmental photographer. He spent fourteen years traveling to every continent on the planet to document the causes and impacts of climate change and the rise of renewable energy. This epic journey was entirely self-funded through image sales to newspapers and magazines. Ashley then crowdfunded £45,000 to self publ…
 
Julia Steel is a change speaker, trainer, and coach who works with organisations to turn their great ideas into incredible outcomes. She is the author of two books Buy-in: How to Lead Change, Build Commitment and Inspire People and Unite which includes 13 messages of hope and action from the VID19 Conference which she launched in March, in response…
 
Vladimir Pacheco is currently an Associate Professor in Governance and coordinator of the International Studies programme at the Department of Global Studies in the School of Culture and Society, Aarhus University, Denmark. His current research interests include analyzing the governance mechanisms, economic policy prescriptions, and socio-economic …
 
How important is transformative innovation to your company and are you willing to invest in it? John Carter, a product development expert and inventor, shares his advice for how to nurture innovation within an organization. He believes a governance structure that includes the following is a key to success: Governance: Get the right leaders to the t…
 
Steve Glaveski is an entrepreneur, author, and podcaster, providing services of management consulting, business consulting, and Human Resources consulting. He runs Collective Campus, recognised in 2018 as one of Australia's fastest-growing new companies by the AFR. Collective Campus is a corporate innovation and startup accelerator based in Austral…
 
Alicia McLain is the co-founder of Agile Coaching Exchange (ACE) in North America, an organization with an intent to bring coaches together around the mission of building competency and community. She joined us to share more about ACE, as well as the nine things she has seen that wildly successful agile coaches do. Accenture | SolutionsIQ’s Alalia …
 
Steve Abboushi has been a City of Melton resident for 12 years and during that time has, as a volunteer, mentored and taught highly disadvantaged young people life skills to help them lead productive lives. He has a Bachelor in Criminal Justice Administration and has worked in the State Government and not-for-profit sector. Cr Abboushi was elected …
 
Evan Leybourn is the founder and CEO of the Business Agility Institute, an international membership body to both champion and support the next generation of organizations. He joins us to discuss the key findings from this year’s Business Agility Report, their annual flagship research study revealing where organizations around the globe are in their…
 
Wanting to run a business and actually doing it are two different things, both are fraught with challenges but the journey makes it a learning adventure. I've set up two businesses, one that failed and one that is continuing to show that learning from mistakes is the right thing to do. From growing up in a migrant family to learning about entrepren…
 
Bruce Nix is the Director of Business Agility at Vaco Memphis, a talent and solutions firm. He shares with us a wonderful example of agility: pairing up people impacted by the pandemic with non-profits in need of their talent. Listen to this case study that began with two people taking action and hear Nix’s recommendations for organizations as they…
 
The Project Management Office (PMO) is lagging behind Delivery to the point that they’re no longer effective. The objective of this webinar is to demonstrate the key areas which cause such lag (or disconnect) and provide insight into the various techniques which can be applied to help evolve the PMO. This webinar is based on over 12 months of resea…
 
Jardena London’s mission is to help organizations become healthy, productive and fun. She is founder of Souls@Work, a movement to help bring soul back into the workplace. She explains to us the concept of Structural Agility and how it can help businesses achieve true agility and survive the challenges posed by the changing environment. Accenture | …
 
The most important part of any business is bringing in new sales, for sales are the lifeblood of any business. One way to do this is to be securing lucrative government tenders as these tend to provide good opportunities to grow your business, though getting them is very hard. After four years in business, I've been fortunate to secure one a year b…
 
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