The Modern Agile Show

Over the past decade, innovative companies, software industry thought leaders and lean/agile pioneers have discovered simpler, sturdier, more streamlined ways to be agile. These modern approaches share a focus on producing exceptional outcomes and growing an outstanding culture. Today, it makes far more sense to bypass antiquated agility in favor of modern approaches. Modern agile methods are defined by four guiding principles: Make People Awesome; Make Safety a Prerequisite; Experiment and Learn Rapidly and Deliver Value Continuously. World famous organizations like Google, Amazon, AirBnB, Etsy and others are living proof of the power of these four principles. However, you don’t need to be a name brand company to leverage modern agile wisdom.

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 19m. Bisher sind 38 Folge(n) erschienen.
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Interview with Lynn Langit


Episode 16 of the Modern Agile Show features an interview with Lynn Langit, a cloud architect, data architect, coder, instructor, autodidact and keynote speaker. Lynn entered the field of software at age 38, she is the author of a best-selling Hadoop course on Linda.com, she taught her calculus at age 51 in order to learn Machine Learning, she teaches kids how to program and she’s been helping scientists create high performance, cloud-based Genomic editing software.


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 2017-12-14  19m
 
 

Interview with Jeff Patton at YOW! 2017


Episode 15 of the Modern Agile Show features an interview with Jeff Patton, veteran agilest, author of the best-selling book, User Story Mapping and the guy who teaches the fantastic workshop, Passionate Product Leadership.


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 2017-12-12  23m
 
 

Interview with David J Bland, Founder and CEO, Precoil


Episode 14 of the Modern Agile Show features an interview with David J Bland, CEO and Founder of Precoil. We discuss optimizing for learning, how your customer determines what is viable in an MVP, how David helps companies experiment and learn rapidly and safely and what is assumption mapping.


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 2017-10-27  20m
 
 

Interview with Melissa Perri and Matt Barcomb: Issues with Product Owner role


Episode 13 of the Modern Agile Show features an interview with Melissa Perri and Matt Barcomb. We discuss issues with the Product Owner role, as defined by Scrum and explore the importance of product management and how to make product ownership a team sport.


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 2017-10-07  19m
 
 

Interview with Laura Klein, author of Build Better Products


Episode 12 of the Modern Agile Show features an interview with Lean Startup/UX guru, Laura Klein, author of Build Better Products: A Modern Approach to Building Successful User-Centered Products. Learn how her work maps to Modern Agile, User Maps and how Laura writes books on a treadmill!


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 2017-09-22  25m
 
 

Interview with Brett Durrett CEO of IMVU


Episode 11 of the Modern Agile Show features an interview with the great Brett Durrett, CEO of the Silicon Valley company, IMVU. He talks about the Modern Agile principles present at IMVU and how the company grew from nothing to $50 million/year in revenue.


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 2017-02-15  30m
 
 

The Tar Pit Agile Leadership interview with David Lokietz


Episode 10 of the Modern Agile Show begins with a small passage from The Mythical Man-Month, by Frederick P. Brooks, Jr, followed by an interview about agile leadership with agile coach, David Lokietz.


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 2017-02-15  13m
 
 

Cycles of Mistrust explained


Episode 9 of the Modern Agile Show is about the Cycle of Mistrust, as documented in the fantastic book, Driving Fear out of the Workplace, by Kathleen D. Ryan and Daniel K. Oestreich.


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 2017-01-25  12m
 
 

Deliver Value Continuously Demystified Lean Startup Continuous Deployment Q+A.


A show devoted to the topic of Delivering Value Continuously, a passage about Continuous Deployment from the book, The Lean Startup (by Eric Ries) and several answers to questions about Delivering Value Continuously.


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 2016-12-19  17m
 
 

Networks Not Hierarchies Who Sets Team Priorities Hardest Principle to Adopt


A book passage from Tom DeMarco about teams as Networks not Hierarchies, a white board discussion about who sets priorities on teams, answering a question about the hardest Modern Agile principle to adopt.


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 2016-12-19  14m