Sunday, March 31, 2019
Here is a post and podcast where Amitai Schleier and I talk about the class, what we learned from Jim and Tonianne, insights and takeaways from both the class and Personal Kanban in general, and why we are both continually working on refining the systems we use to plan and manage our own work.
It was super cool to get to meet Amitai in person. I had previously only met him virtually when he and Troy Lightfoot taught Rachel Gertz and I how to do Mob Programming. If you'd like to check out that podcast, click here.
Sunday, March 24, 2019
You can find the podcast on my Reluctant Agilist blog on ProjectManagement.com
You can find the podcast interview on LinkedIn.
Sunday, March 17, 2019
In this episode of the Reluctant Agilist, Certified Scrum Trainer and Agile Coach, Eric Tucker, and I talk through two related questions that came from students in my classes:
- What is the best way to inject defects into a sprint?
- How do you reset expectations with stakeholders if you are going to fail a sprint?
During the interview Eric and talk about why adding/removing work from a sprint is generally not something you want to do, but what you should do if it is unavoidable. We also touch on what to do if the team discovers that they will not be able to deliver on their sprint forecast, why you want to make sure the stakeholders know ahead of time and what some other options might be.
You can find the interview on my Reluctant Agilist blog on ProjectManagement.com
This episode of SoundNotes features, LeadingAgile Technical Consultant, Rich Dammkoehler in a conversation about why it is so important to make sure your organization is focused on improving their technical practices.
Wednesday, March 06, 2019
you can find it here.