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The Agile Revolution

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The Agile Revolution

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The Agile Revolution

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Join Craig, Tony and Renee on a journey through the world of Agile as they look at recent blogs related to Agile, investigate practices and techniques, look at tools and answer your questions. The revolutionists focus on not just Agile as it relates to software development but also how it applies to business, transition, culture, people and a whole lot more!

Latest Episodes

Episode 186: Managing the Unmanageable with Ron Lichty

Craig fires some questions at Ron Lichty, co-author of “Managing the Unmanageable” and the “Study of Product Team Performance“: Author of machine Language programming books “Programming the Apple IIGS in Assembly Language” and “Programming the 65816“ Managing the Finder team at Apple – hired for stellar C++ coding ability and customer empathy Software development is … Continue reading →

--JUL 13
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Episode 186: Managing the Unmanageable with Ron Lichty

Episode 185: Heart of Agile Academy with Alistair Cockburn & Soledad Pinter

Tony, Renee and Craig speak to Alistair Cockburn and Soledad Pinter about the newly launched Heart of Agile Academy: The Heart of Agile Academy is the opportunity to reset Agile learning with a clean sheet of paper The core design decisions were to remove the classes being tied to a title and to be better … Continue reading →

--JUN 13
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Episode 185: Heart of Agile Academy with Alistair Cockburn & Soledad Pinter

Episode 184: Agile Virtual (Pizza) Summit with Adam Weisbart

Craig, Renee and Tony catch up with old friend and “irregular” guest Adam Weisbart about Agile Virtual Summit, Recess retrospectives, Build Your Own Scrum and making your own pizza. Renee realised Washington state is nowhere near Washington, DC Agile Virtual Summit 1-5 June 2020 – a collection of great speakers and registration is free! Distributed … Continue reading →

--MAY 22
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Episode 184: Agile Virtual (Pizza) Summit with Adam Weisbart

Episode 183: Let’s Not Waste A Crisis – Live at Agile Brisbane April 2020 Virtual Meetup

One of the strengths of the agile approach to delivery is flexibility in responding to changing circumstances, and there is no better example of this than the current lockdown. I’m sure you have heard the political adage: “Don’t waste a good crisis.” which allows us to reflect on how ways of working are currently being … Continue reading →

--MAY 11
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Episode 183: Let’s Not Waste A Crisis – Live at Agile Brisbane April 2020 Virtual Meetup

Episode 182: Unlearn-ing with Barry O’Reilly

Craig and Tony are at YOW! Conference in Brisbane and (despite a bin rolling by) sit down with Barry O’Reilly, co-author of “Lean Enterprise” and author of “Unlearn” and they talk about: Reminiscing about Barry’s resume that includes CitySearch (and its competitor Zip2 owned by Elon Musk), Snake, Wireless Pets on Nokia and Lilo & … Continue reading →

--APR 16
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Episode 182: Unlearn-ing with Barry O’Reilly

Episode 181: Change it with the BOSSAnova with Jutta Eckstein

Craig and Tony are at YOW! conference in Brisbane and chat with Jutta Eckstein, author of “Agile Software Development in the Large“, “Agile Software Development with Distributed Teams“, “Retrospectives for Organisational Change” “Diving for Hidden Treasures: Uncovering the Cost of Delay in Your Project Portfolio” with Johanna Rothman and “Company-wide Agility with Beyond Budgeting, Open … Continue reading →

--MAR 26
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Episode 181: Change it with the BOSSAnova with Jutta Eckstein

Episode 180: Extreme Programming & 3X Explained with Kent Beck

Craig and Tony are at YOW! Conference in Brisbane and have a rockstar moment and catchup with Kent Beck, the creator of Extreme Programming, the pioneer of xUnit and author of numerous books including “Extreme Programming Explained” and “Test Driven Development“: Extreme Programming (XP) was born at Chrysler by letting go of conventional wisdom and … Continue reading →

--FEB 20
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Episode 180: Extreme Programming & 3X Explained with Kent Beck

Episode 179: The Heart of Agile Distilled with Alistair Cockburn

Tony and guest host Phil Gadzinski talk to Alistair Cockburn for a brief overview and understanding about the Heart of Agile (and the link to how it all started in Australia): Scrum training had turned into training wheels and consistency – wanted to get back to the essence of Agile Progression from shu (follow techniques), … Continue reading →

--JAN 14
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Episode 179: The Heart of Agile Distilled with Alistair Cockburn

Episode 178: YOW! Speaker Vox Pop with Randy Shoup, Dean Wampler, Mark Hibberd, Dave Thomas & Michele Playfair

Craig and Tony are atYOW! Conference in Brisbane and wander around the hallways talking to different speakers, hosts and attendees: Highlights included Kent Beck keynote “3x Explore, Expand, Extract“, Anita Sengupta keynote “The Future of High Speed Transportation“, Brendan Gregg keynote “Cloud Performance Root Cause Analysis at Netflix” and Jessica Kerr (keynote “The Origins of … Continue reading →

--JAN 7
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Episode 178: YOW! Speaker Vox Pop with Randy Shoup, Dean Wampler, Mark Hibberd, Dave Thomas & Michele Playfair

Episode 177: The Human Side of Agile for Non-Software Teams with Gil Broza

Renee and Craig are at Agile 2019 in Washington, DC and talk to Gil Broza, Agile Mindset and Leadership Coach / Trainer at 3P Vantage and author of “The Agile Mind-Set“, “The Human Side of Agile” and “Agile for Non-Software Teams” and they talk about: Agile 2019 talk – “How to Help your Non-Software Colleagues … Continue reading →

--2019 DEC 31
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Episode 177: The Human Side of Agile for Non-Software Teams with Gil Broza

Latest Episodes

Episode 186: Managing the Unmanageable with Ron Lichty

Craig fires some questions at Ron Lichty, co-author of “Managing the Unmanageable” and the “Study of Product Team Performance“: Author of machine Language programming books “Programming the Apple IIGS in Assembly Language” and “Programming the 65816“ Managing the Finder team at Apple – hired for stellar C++ coding ability and customer empathy Software development is … Continue reading →

--JUL 13
Comments
Episode 186: Managing the Unmanageable with Ron Lichty

Episode 185: Heart of Agile Academy with Alistair Cockburn & Soledad Pinter

Tony, Renee and Craig speak to Alistair Cockburn and Soledad Pinter about the newly launched Heart of Agile Academy: The Heart of Agile Academy is the opportunity to reset Agile learning with a clean sheet of paper The core design decisions were to remove the classes being tied to a title and to be better … Continue reading →

--JUN 13
Comments
Episode 185: Heart of Agile Academy with Alistair Cockburn & Soledad Pinter

Episode 184: Agile Virtual (Pizza) Summit with Adam Weisbart

Craig, Renee and Tony catch up with old friend and “irregular” guest Adam Weisbart about Agile Virtual Summit, Recess retrospectives, Build Your Own Scrum and making your own pizza. Renee realised Washington state is nowhere near Washington, DC Agile Virtual Summit 1-5 June 2020 – a collection of great speakers and registration is free! Distributed … Continue reading →

--MAY 22
Comments
Episode 184: Agile Virtual (Pizza) Summit with Adam Weisbart

Episode 183: Let’s Not Waste A Crisis – Live at Agile Brisbane April 2020 Virtual Meetup

One of the strengths of the agile approach to delivery is flexibility in responding to changing circumstances, and there is no better example of this than the current lockdown. I’m sure you have heard the political adage: “Don’t waste a good crisis.” which allows us to reflect on how ways of working are currently being … Continue reading →

--MAY 11
Comments
Episode 183: Let’s Not Waste A Crisis – Live at Agile Brisbane April 2020 Virtual Meetup

Episode 182: Unlearn-ing with Barry O’Reilly

Craig and Tony are at YOW! Conference in Brisbane and (despite a bin rolling by) sit down with Barry O’Reilly, co-author of “Lean Enterprise” and author of “Unlearn” and they talk about: Reminiscing about Barry’s resume that includes CitySearch (and its competitor Zip2 owned by Elon Musk), Snake, Wireless Pets on Nokia and Lilo & … Continue reading →

--APR 16
Comments
Episode 182: Unlearn-ing with Barry O’Reilly

Episode 181: Change it with the BOSSAnova with Jutta Eckstein

Craig and Tony are at YOW! conference in Brisbane and chat with Jutta Eckstein, author of “Agile Software Development in the Large“, “Agile Software Development with Distributed Teams“, “Retrospectives for Organisational Change” “Diving for Hidden Treasures: Uncovering the Cost of Delay in Your Project Portfolio” with Johanna Rothman and “Company-wide Agility with Beyond Budgeting, Open … Continue reading →

--MAR 26
Comments
Episode 181: Change it with the BOSSAnova with Jutta Eckstein

Episode 180: Extreme Programming & 3X Explained with Kent Beck

Craig and Tony are at YOW! Conference in Brisbane and have a rockstar moment and catchup with Kent Beck, the creator of Extreme Programming, the pioneer of xUnit and author of numerous books including “Extreme Programming Explained” and “Test Driven Development“: Extreme Programming (XP) was born at Chrysler by letting go of conventional wisdom and … Continue reading →

--FEB 20
Comments
Episode 180: Extreme Programming & 3X Explained with Kent Beck

Episode 179: The Heart of Agile Distilled with Alistair Cockburn

Tony and guest host Phil Gadzinski talk to Alistair Cockburn for a brief overview and understanding about the Heart of Agile (and the link to how it all started in Australia): Scrum training had turned into training wheels and consistency – wanted to get back to the essence of Agile Progression from shu (follow techniques), … Continue reading →

--JAN 14
Comments
Episode 179: The Heart of Agile Distilled with Alistair Cockburn

Episode 178: YOW! Speaker Vox Pop with Randy Shoup, Dean Wampler, Mark Hibberd, Dave Thomas & Michele Playfair

Craig and Tony are atYOW! Conference in Brisbane and wander around the hallways talking to different speakers, hosts and attendees: Highlights included Kent Beck keynote “3x Explore, Expand, Extract“, Anita Sengupta keynote “The Future of High Speed Transportation“, Brendan Gregg keynote “Cloud Performance Root Cause Analysis at Netflix” and Jessica Kerr (keynote “The Origins of … Continue reading →

--JAN 7
Comments
Episode 178: YOW! Speaker Vox Pop with Randy Shoup, Dean Wampler, Mark Hibberd, Dave Thomas & Michele Playfair

Episode 177: The Human Side of Agile for Non-Software Teams with Gil Broza

Renee and Craig are at Agile 2019 in Washington, DC and talk to Gil Broza, Agile Mindset and Leadership Coach / Trainer at 3P Vantage and author of “The Agile Mind-Set“, “The Human Side of Agile” and “Agile for Non-Software Teams” and they talk about: Agile 2019 talk – “How to Help your Non-Software Colleagues … Continue reading →

--2019 DEC 31
Comments
Episode 177: The Human Side of Agile for Non-Software Teams with Gil Broza
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