Tuesday, June 14, 2022

Kanban Metrics with Troy Lightfoot

Troy Lightfoot joins me to discuss basic differences between Scrum and Kanban, Kanban Metrics and his upcoming classes. The metrics we cover are: WIP, Throughput, Work Item Age, and Cycle Time. We also talk about his upcoming Professional Kanban 1 Certification and Applying Metrics for Predictability classes. 

You can find the interview here:  https://bit.ly/3Qjlczo

Troy’s Upcoming Classes

Wednesday, June 01, 2022

Distributed Teams and the Five Lenses with Mark Kilby

Distributed Teams are always tough - even for seasoned pros. In this episode of the podcast, Mark Kilby joins me to utilize the Five Lenses of Humane Management to explore some of the wins and challenges from working on a distributed team we are both a part of. 

You can find the podcast here: https://bit.ly/3x7xvY8

Friday, May 20, 2022

The Five Lenses of Humane Management with Jim Benson

Jim Benson is back to explain The Five Lenses of Humane Management and how to use them to understand and design cultures and systems that support human collaboration.

I asked Jim to join me for this podcast because I’ve been studying the lenses and incorporating them into my work for about a year now. They have had a deep impact on me, the way I engage with teams, and the way I show up to collaborate with others. If you are interested in understanding how and why the groups you are working with are high-performing (or perhaps the opposite), you will find valuable insights in this interview.

You can find the interview here.

Monday, April 25, 2022

Agile Physics and the Math of Flow w Troy Magennis

When people talk about Agile you’ll hear them talk about certain ideas, topics, or “laws” that are just mentioned as if they were universally known truths, almost like gravity. In “Agile Physics - the Math of Flow”, a new FREE course offered by Troy Magennis, you can start to learn the math behind some of these truths.  In this interview, Troy joins me to explain why he developed the course, how it works, and the tools he provides to add clarity on why Agilists consider certain things to be as true as gravity.

You can find the interview here.

Thursday, April 07, 2022

The Agile Coaching Income Report with Jessica Katz


Jessica Katz has been hard at work collecting data for the new version of The Agile Coaching Income Report. She joins me to talk about some key insights from the 2021 report, what she's learned so far from the new data she has collected, and how people are using it to negotiate for better compensation.

You can find the interview here: https://bit.ly/3xcPSv5

Saturday, March 19, 2022

Developing an Internal Agile Certification Program with Dan Eberle

Dan Eberle is the Agile Coach at the New York Times where he's been hard at work developing an Agile Certification program. During this episode of the podcast, Dan explains why he developed the program, the different areas it focuses on, and how employees of the New York Times will evolve through the different levels of certification. 

To sign up for Dave's in-person CSM/CSPO classes in Atlanta:
* Use the discount code DPM10 to get a 10% discount off the list price

Monday, March 07, 2022

Career Refactoring - Find the Gig that Sparks Joy w/ Luis Garcia

The pandemic has caused many of us to reassess how we spend our days. After years of climbing to the top of the ladder from his start as a Project Manager, Luis Garcia realized he was missing the thing about work that he loved most - working with teams to build products that impact the lives of others. This interview is about how Luis chose to return to the gig that brings him the most joy.

You can find the interview here.

Tuesday, January 25, 2022

The Journey to Enterprise Agility w/ Daryl Kulak and Hong Li


In their book The Journey to Enterprise Agility - Systems Thinking and Organizational Legacy, Daryl Kulak and Hong Li share stories about their experiences working with organizations that are on the journey towards agility and explain how this shift in approach works, why so many organizations fail at adopting agile, and how the changes they recommend impacts the way we think and work with people at all levels of the enterprise.

You can find the interview here.

Sunday, January 16, 2022

Product Goal Resources

In the 2020 Scrum Guide, information on the Product Goal is contained in the Product Backlog section: https://scrumguides.org/scrum-guide.html#product-backlog

DrunkenPM Interviews on Product Goal

Product Goal Articles and Blog Posts 

Links to Helpful Videos on Product Goal

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