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Agile FM

Agile FM

Jochen (Joe) Krebs

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We cover a wide range of topics, for example Scrum, Kanban, Lean, Extreme Programming, CSM, PSM, Product Owner, Communication, Leadership, Agile Transformations and Cultural Change.

Latest Episodes

Agile FM - Lee Henson

Lee Henson had a difficult childhood but he had the willpower to escape the spiral he was in. Years ago, just when he was about to start a 5-day PMP boot camp someone ate his breakfast off his plate and convinced him to join his training. His name: Ken Schwaber. Lee was intrigued and has been infected with empiricism ever since. Lee is the known as the “Agile Dad” and he has helped many Fortune 500 companies in their agile journey. He is an active member in the agile community in Utah where he also lives. Lee is a CST and this episode we have a chance to talk about Scrum, community and his own daily stand-up podcast. I hope you enjoy this one.

41 minOCT 8
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Agile FM - Lee Henson

Agile FM - Gil Broza

n this episode, I speak with Gil about the potential challenges non-software teams are facing when they are interested in increasing their agility. We talk for example about boards, stories (and the template), automated testing, an agile mindset and the role of a product owner. I hope you enjoy this one.

29 minAUG 24
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Agile FM - Gil Broza

Agile FM - Jill Greenbaum

Dr. Jill Greenbaum shares her journey from a teacher and school administration to a graphic facilitator in the corporate world. She is the only Bikablo Visual Trainer in the United States and she teaches others to use this technique to remove communication barriers and adding clarity and transparency to meetings and results. She has a large following among agile coaches. Learn a few tips and tricks about visual facilitation and how it can enrich your day to day work, either in-person or working virtually.

29 minAUG 18
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Agile FM - Jill Greenbaum

Agile FM - Dan Vacanti

Daniel Vacanti is a 20-year software industry veteran who got his start as a Java Developer/Architect and who has spent most of the last 15 years focusing on Lean and Agile Practices. In 2007, he helped to develop the Kanban method for knowledge work. Dan is the CEO of Actionable Agile and the author of When Will It Be Done? and Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability. He is also one of the course stewards for the Professional Scrum with Kanban (PSK) course at Scrum org. In this episode, Dan Vacanti and I talk about the Scrum and Kanban communities and the importance of predictability and what this means in terms of empirical process control.

28 minJUL 14
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Agile FM - Dan Vacanti

Agile FM - Scrummer Quiz 2020

Interested in playing the Scrummer Quiz 2020? Starting today, each Monday at 10am Eastern, we will release 3 questions that relate to Scrum. Learn a few new things and possibly win a book written and autographed by Jeff Sutherland and JJ Sutherland (The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time).

3 minJUL 7
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Agile FM - Scrummer Quiz 2020

Agile FM - Richard Kasperowski

Richard Kasperowski is the first Open Space facilitator that takes the Agile NYC Open Space “virtual” on JUN 19th. Agile NYC has a long tradition of Open Space conferences, but this will be our first virtual one. And because this event is virtual we are inviting not only New Yorkers, but the world to join. Register here: www.agilenyc.org For only $10, learn about agile in a post-covid world but also see in action how Open Space can be done in a remote setting. In addition to the open space, hear a 30 Minute keynote by Cristina DiGiacomo and a live graphic recording, all in a remote setting.

12 minJUN 6
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Agile FM - Richard Kasperowski

Agile FM - Harrison Owen

This audio segment is a re-release of Harrison Owen’s talk at Agile NYC back in 2012. You can find the corresponding video here on YouTube. Open Space is an integral part of many companies these days and this talk in NYC still pushes the boundaries today and is truly a timeless piece about organizational agility with Open Space. Beside conferences and client work, Open Space became a liberating structure and made its way into the Agile Transformation Kata. I also dedicated and released a free poster about Open Space. If you like to see an Open Space in action in a virtual set-up, join me here. If you are looking for a 5-Minute introduction to Open Space, I just released a video that can be used to introduce your audience to an open space.

48 minMAY 31
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Agile FM - Harrison Owen

Agile FM - Lauri Apple

In the the light of COVID-19, I asked Lauri about agile program management. We talked about the need for a role that is the glue between the teams, within the team and leadership. The glue that keeps things going also from on a personal level. She relates the role to Zombie Scrum, robotic behavior and execution of specific Scrum elements. You will hear Lauri talk about how to cut through the zombie scrum problem, how the program manager deals with metrics and most importantly can drive value. Program management does not have to be conflict with Scrum Mastery, but she sees value in both. Hear topics like culture, agile coaches with technical expertise, bugs, metrics and we close it out with a conversation about Open Source. I hope you like this one!

36 minMAY 12
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Agile FM - Lauri Apple

Agile FM - Joe Justice

I had the pleasure speaking with WIKISPEED CEO Joe Justice and chair of the Agile Business Institute. Joe is dedicated to change the world how cars and living spaces are being built. He is the author of the Scrum in Hardware Guide and offers workshops to engineers to use an agile mindset and Scrum to build the products of the future. Joe himself has very small carbon footprint and his work always keeps the environment in mind. One of the reason why he converted his Tesla Model 3 to a race car. I spoke with Joe about the differences between agile in hardware and software, how car manufacturers take advantage of agile processes as their competitive advantage in the future. Joe also shares his vision about cars and living spaces as they constantly evolve.

36 minMAY 6
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Agile FM - Joe Justice

Agile FM - Jim Benson

Jim Benson is the co-creator of Personal Kanban and Lean Coffee, Even though Lean Coffee uses a modified Personal Kanban, it is a meeting facilitation tool to increase engagement and collaboration. In this episode Jim and I talk about some applications of Personal Kanban and Lean Coffee. We talk about how poisonous multi-tasking, silos of communication and lack of professionalism could be in Personal Kanban and what companies are missing out.

49 minAPR 30
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Agile FM - Jim Benson

Latest Episodes

Agile FM - Lee Henson

Lee Henson had a difficult childhood but he had the willpower to escape the spiral he was in. Years ago, just when he was about to start a 5-day PMP boot camp someone ate his breakfast off his plate and convinced him to join his training. His name: Ken Schwaber. Lee was intrigued and has been infected with empiricism ever since. Lee is the known as the “Agile Dad” and he has helped many Fortune 500 companies in their agile journey. He is an active member in the agile community in Utah where he also lives. Lee is a CST and this episode we have a chance to talk about Scrum, community and his own daily stand-up podcast. I hope you enjoy this one.

41 minOCT 8
Comments
Agile FM - Lee Henson

Agile FM - Gil Broza

n this episode, I speak with Gil about the potential challenges non-software teams are facing when they are interested in increasing their agility. We talk for example about boards, stories (and the template), automated testing, an agile mindset and the role of a product owner. I hope you enjoy this one.

29 minAUG 24
Comments
Agile FM - Gil Broza

Agile FM - Jill Greenbaum

Dr. Jill Greenbaum shares her journey from a teacher and school administration to a graphic facilitator in the corporate world. She is the only Bikablo Visual Trainer in the United States and she teaches others to use this technique to remove communication barriers and adding clarity and transparency to meetings and results. She has a large following among agile coaches. Learn a few tips and tricks about visual facilitation and how it can enrich your day to day work, either in-person or working virtually.

29 minAUG 18
Comments
Agile FM - Jill Greenbaum

Agile FM - Dan Vacanti

Daniel Vacanti is a 20-year software industry veteran who got his start as a Java Developer/Architect and who has spent most of the last 15 years focusing on Lean and Agile Practices. In 2007, he helped to develop the Kanban method for knowledge work. Dan is the CEO of Actionable Agile and the author of When Will It Be Done? and Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability. He is also one of the course stewards for the Professional Scrum with Kanban (PSK) course at Scrum org. In this episode, Dan Vacanti and I talk about the Scrum and Kanban communities and the importance of predictability and what this means in terms of empirical process control.

28 minJUL 14
Comments
Agile FM - Dan Vacanti

Agile FM - Scrummer Quiz 2020

Interested in playing the Scrummer Quiz 2020? Starting today, each Monday at 10am Eastern, we will release 3 questions that relate to Scrum. Learn a few new things and possibly win a book written and autographed by Jeff Sutherland and JJ Sutherland (The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time).

3 minJUL 7
Comments
Agile FM - Scrummer Quiz 2020

Agile FM - Richard Kasperowski

Richard Kasperowski is the first Open Space facilitator that takes the Agile NYC Open Space “virtual” on JUN 19th. Agile NYC has a long tradition of Open Space conferences, but this will be our first virtual one. And because this event is virtual we are inviting not only New Yorkers, but the world to join. Register here: www.agilenyc.org For only $10, learn about agile in a post-covid world but also see in action how Open Space can be done in a remote setting. In addition to the open space, hear a 30 Minute keynote by Cristina DiGiacomo and a live graphic recording, all in a remote setting.

12 minJUN 6
Comments
Agile FM - Richard Kasperowski

Agile FM - Harrison Owen

This audio segment is a re-release of Harrison Owen’s talk at Agile NYC back in 2012. You can find the corresponding video here on YouTube. Open Space is an integral part of many companies these days and this talk in NYC still pushes the boundaries today and is truly a timeless piece about organizational agility with Open Space. Beside conferences and client work, Open Space became a liberating structure and made its way into the Agile Transformation Kata. I also dedicated and released a free poster about Open Space. If you like to see an Open Space in action in a virtual set-up, join me here. If you are looking for a 5-Minute introduction to Open Space, I just released a video that can be used to introduce your audience to an open space.

48 minMAY 31
Comments
Agile FM - Harrison Owen

Agile FM - Lauri Apple

In the the light of COVID-19, I asked Lauri about agile program management. We talked about the need for a role that is the glue between the teams, within the team and leadership. The glue that keeps things going also from on a personal level. She relates the role to Zombie Scrum, robotic behavior and execution of specific Scrum elements. You will hear Lauri talk about how to cut through the zombie scrum problem, how the program manager deals with metrics and most importantly can drive value. Program management does not have to be conflict with Scrum Mastery, but she sees value in both. Hear topics like culture, agile coaches with technical expertise, bugs, metrics and we close it out with a conversation about Open Source. I hope you like this one!

36 minMAY 12
Comments
Agile FM - Lauri Apple

Agile FM - Joe Justice

I had the pleasure speaking with WIKISPEED CEO Joe Justice and chair of the Agile Business Institute. Joe is dedicated to change the world how cars and living spaces are being built. He is the author of the Scrum in Hardware Guide and offers workshops to engineers to use an agile mindset and Scrum to build the products of the future. Joe himself has very small carbon footprint and his work always keeps the environment in mind. One of the reason why he converted his Tesla Model 3 to a race car. I spoke with Joe about the differences between agile in hardware and software, how car manufacturers take advantage of agile processes as their competitive advantage in the future. Joe also shares his vision about cars and living spaces as they constantly evolve.

36 minMAY 6
Comments
Agile FM - Joe Justice

Agile FM - Jim Benson

Jim Benson is the co-creator of Personal Kanban and Lean Coffee, Even though Lean Coffee uses a modified Personal Kanban, it is a meeting facilitation tool to increase engagement and collaboration. In this episode Jim and I talk about some applications of Personal Kanban and Lean Coffee. We talk about how poisonous multi-tasking, silos of communication and lack of professionalism could be in Personal Kanban and what companies are missing out.

49 minAPR 30
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Agile FM - Jim Benson
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