Best Agile podcasts we could find (Updated August 2018)
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This Agile Life
Monthly
 
A podcast devoted to agile and lean software development.
 
Agile coaches from Integrum talking about their pain and success following Agile and Lean principles in the real world.
 
Join Tony, Craig and Renee as they cover all things Agile, Scrum, Kanban, Lean, Culture, Organisational Transformations, Practices, Techniques and recent events.
 
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Agile Answers
Monthly
 
Get actionable answers to your questions about agile software development, the Scrum framework, and agile management. Adam tackles questions from callers to help them conquer their real-world challenges.
 
Agile for Humans
 
A roomful of engaged agilists sharing espresso shots of agile / lean wisdom
 
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Agile in 3 Minutes
Monthly
 
The simplest podcast that could possibly work.
 
An agile podcast, delivered by agile practitioners, focused on helping agile teams. Bob Galen and Josh Anderson use their decades of agile coaching experience to power your organizations need for agility and scale. If our 100+ episodes don't have what you need, ask us a question and we'll help you out!
 
This is the Agile Uprising Podcast. Agile Uprising is a purpose-built network that focuses on the advancement of the agile mindset and global professional networking between leading agilists. We will remain agnostic of certifying bodies and focus purely on the advancement of the agile craft. Our network will evolve over time, and at the core our online community will remain free to join - forever. We will leverage both traditional and emerging communication and collaboration channels to expl ...
 
...and what you can do to prevent it
 
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Agile Chuck Wagon
Weekly
 
A weekly podcast on agile, lean, leadership, and technical topics aimed at beginning to intermediate practitioners.
 
Conversations about Agile Development and Delivery
 
Discussions of all aspects of applying lean and agile methods for effective software development: lean product development, agile analysis, design patterns, test-driven development. A series of podcasts by Net Objectives.
 
where the naughty dogs train
 
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Agile FM
Monthly
 
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.
 
A roomful of engaged agilists sharing espresso shots of agile / lean wisdom
 
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Agile University
Weekly
 
Learn Agile concepts in 5 minutes!
 
Coaching agile coaches
 
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Badass Agile
Weekly
 
A place for elite leaders and teams.
 
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 ...
 
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The Agile Path
Daily+
 
Here on The Agile Path we create audio documentaries on the issues facing organisations as they move towards more agile ways of working. Our series are meticulously researched as we attempt to capture the full gamut of views and experiences, from our contributors who are a mix of both world renowned experts and individuals working on teams that are experimenting with new ways of working. We combine extensive research with imaginative storytelling and innovative sound design to bring you an e ...
 
Podcast by Agile Alliance
 
Welcome to Lean Agile Management Podcast – a bi-weekly podcast for business leaders and managers who want to take the mystery out of successful Lean Agile transformation. In every episode of the LAMP, we ask industry thought leaders and top-tier management consultants to shine the light on the toughest issues in management. Learn how experts boost work efficiency, create a culture of high performance, reduce stress in the workplace, and help to build businesses that thrive. Lean Agile Manage ...
 
Dedicated to Agile methodologies such as Scrum and Kanban. Home also to the All Things Agile podcast available on iTunes. Part of Team Xcelerator Inc.
 
LeadingAgile's resident Scrum trainer Dave Prior, hosts a weekly podcast that covers all sorts of topics about Agile, Scrum, Organizational Transformation and Leadership. No matter if you're new to Agile development or an Agile veteran, Dave and his guest are sure to make you think about Agile in a whole new way! Alexa knows us as Leading Agile Sound Notes.
 
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Agile and Beyond
Rare
 
The world falls into chaos. Everyone freaks out. These events are all connected. They arise from a systemic shift. This podcast explores this precarious new “normal” and imagines potential solutions. This relaunch focuses on the Great Transformation. Tipping points in natural ecosystems. Systemic changes in political economies. Older episodes explored the future of work and the economy.
 
Troubleshooting Agile is a problem-solving session for agile teams. Jeffrey and Squirrel look at common problems agile teams face and provide practical, immediately useful advice for getting back on track.
 
Eine Video-Reihe von Klaus Leopold, LEANability, mit kurzen Interviews und Geschichten rund um das Thema Lean Business Agility.
 
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This Agile Life
Monthly
 
A podcast devoted to agile and lean software development.
 
Explore the breadth and depth of the Agile Chicago community.
 
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Agile Doctor
Monthly
 
Things Change. Be Agile.
 
A regular discussion with industry leaders about agile marketing and how to adapt the principles of agile project management in an increasingly social and real-time marketing world.
 
In this podcast, Zach Beer and George Evjen have candid conversations about their experiences developing software in agile environments. They discuss what works, what doesn't , and how to move your team in a positive direction!
 
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Agile Leadership
Daily+
 
A show about Agile leadership as seen through the eyes of experienced practitioners. The hosts, Ron Eringa and Laurens Bonnema, interview Agile leaders to highlight their unique take on Agile leadership.
 
The Agile Amped podcast is the shared voice of the Agile community, driven by compelling stories, passionate people, and innovative ideas. Together, we are advancing the impact of business agility.
 
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The Agile Pubcast
Monthly
 
An agile podcast…in a pub…an agile PUBCAST! Agile coaches Geoff Watts and Paul Goddard share their musings over an informal drink. There will be no agenda, no script and no idea where it would go... a truly freeform agile podcast.
 
Confessions of an Agile Activist is a podcast about agile software development. The Agile Activist shares his experiences in managing and selling agile software development and Scrum.
 
Podcast by Jeff Dalton
 
In this podcast, our team conducts an agile retrospective on a movie. In attempting to apply several traditional techniques with some collaborative technology, we see if we are able to retrospect as a distributed team.
 
The Agile Amped podcast is the shared voice of the Agile community, driven by compelling stories, passionate people, and innovative ideas. Together, we are advancing the impact of business agility.
 
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Agile India Podcast
Monthly+
 
Agile India is Asia's premier conference for Agile and Lean. Join us Monday March 6. Find out more at http://2017.agileindia.org
 
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JoinAgile Podcast
Monthly
 
Podcast by Dmitri Iarandine
 
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Agile Fitness Labs
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Podcast by You Get One Body & One Life Make it The Best It Can Be
 
Peaceful Parenting, Improving Relationships, and Creating Smarter Children Agile: marked by a ready ability to move with quick and easy grace, having a resourceful and adaptable character.
 
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Agile Kiwis
Daily+
 
Can't make it to your local (kiwi) Agile / Lean / DevOps meetup? Don't worry.
 
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Agile Alchemy
Daily+
 
Exploring the intersection between spirituality and business.
 
You're busy, but you want more out of life. More ideas, more clarity, more adventure, and more fun. That's what the Agile lifestyle is all about. Don't stay stuck in mediocrity a moment longer. Join the Agile Bettys for learning and laughs, as they explore the Agile lifestyle. Hear their stories of growth and adventure. The good, the bad, and the ugly. They don't take themselves too seriously, but they are serious about living an Agile life awesomeness.
 
A podcast for business leaders looking for new ways to accelerate their team’s performance and improve their organization’s results. Listen as former F-15 Fighter Pilot turned business improvement expert, Joel “Thor” Neeb, shares his lessons learned in creating organizational alignment and developing a culture of disciplined execution to improve business performance. He will also interview other business leaders, industry experts and inspiring individuals that will motivate you to get out of ...
 
Write Your First-Draft Novel in 6 Months
 
AgileVentures.org panelists discussion on selected books and topics relating to agile development, team collaboration, and software engineering.
 
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In this episode we talk with Justin Zimmerman who leads the content team at The RedX a company that develops software to support real-estate professionals. This is Justin’s first foray into adopting Agile—like many marketers he’s educating himself and learning on the job. We’ll hear how he’s approaching adoption, what’s working, and what’s not. ...…
 
You know whats missing in our leaders in every area of endeavour? Great communication. We need more storytellers. Want to become one? A compelling and dynamic leader has been places and done things. They inspire and ignite people with their communication style Start collecting your stories Start cementing your own personal philosophy Think of g ...…
 
Ryan Lockard, Paul Elia, and Brad Stokes discuss the challenges of working in the world of transformation and how things differ between being an employee versus a consultant. Ryan: RyanLockard.com / @_Lockard Paul: PaulElia.com / @Paul_V_Elia Brad: LinkedIn.com/in/BradleyMStokes / @BradStokes Support the Agile Uprising by making a contribution ...…
 
Lean Kanban is different from Agile Scrum even though both Agile Project Management and Delivery Methods serve a similar purpose of delivering value to the end User. Learn about all the key differences in this short and sweet episode! Check YouTube JoinAgile channel if you'd prefer a video version.
 
In this episode of The Business Thorcast, Thor discusses how you can align your desperate teams – or even two companies that compete with one another – around a common goal and execution process. The result? Elevated success that is more than any group could ever have individually.
 
We have a look at Jason Palmer's "You Don't Need Standup" with a mutual learning, curious attitude. What can we learn from Jason? What information does he have that we don't? Where do we agree with him? We conclude that indeed some teams may be better off without standups - see Fred George's Programmer Anarchy for example - but before embarking ...…
 
with Dave West - CEO of Scrum.org Dave West (@davidjwest) joined Ryan Ripley (@ryanripley) to discuss scrum.org’s new offering: PSM-II – An Advanced Scrum Master Course. Dave West CEO of Scrum.org Dave is the CEO/product owner at Scrum.org. He is a frequent speaker and widely published author of articles and his acclaimed book, Head First Objec ...…
 
Sooner or later, most leaders need to address emotional control. But how do you control emotions when they are automatic and sub-conscious reactions? Being mercurial, moody, or unpredictable is great for keeping people terrified, but not for building trust, loyalty and performance As a leader, or as anyone looking to build/improve success, you ...…
 
This week's episode features special guest William Strydom and host Troy Lightfoot on the topic of "Integral Theory." William and Troy discuss how leadership and teams can make better decisions by applying "A Theory of Everything." They discuss past experience with this theory in personal life as well as individual, team and and organizational ...…
 
This quick episode introduces a simple analogy that will help you understand the difference between Agile and Scrum, and never mix those two concepts up again. Please check YouTube JoinAgile channel if you'd like some visuals with the audio:https://www.youtube.com/c/JoinAgileTraining
 
In this episode, we talk about (00:34) how an IT Agile coach can influence the business side of an organization, (15:23) how an Agile coach knows they are going in the right direction, (23:15) How a coach first engages with a client, (29:14) what techniques to facilitate Agile principles and values, and (34:45) what are ways to coach a team to ...…
 
A few more thoughts on alignment, inspired by a list of "XP Mistakes" from the great J. B. Rainsberger. We look at some of the antipatterns and lessons learnt and, as usual, tell a few of our own stories about mistakes we've made and observed.SHOW LINKS:- XP, My Greatest Misses: https://blog.jbrains.ca/permalink/xp-my-greatest-misses- CITCON: h ...…
 
How do you know when you have too little/too much process in place? Use this episode to get an understanding of what a "good enough" process looks like for a team of 5 versus a team of 50 so that you and your team can maintain success as you grow. P.S. Did you miss the YouTube video of a recent talk at #Path18 in Columbus, OH? Check it out here ...…
 
Woody Zuill Woody Zuill coined the term Mob Programming which he also pioneered in from of blogging, conferences and speaking engagements. Today Mob Programming is a standard practice in agile teams around the world. In this episode he also shares insights into the No Estimates movement he created and why he applies this thinking to complex kno ...…
 
Exactly today 5 years ago, on 7/30/2013, the first Agile.FM podcast went live. Prior to that, I had released podcast episodes designed for the local agile community in New York City. Since that first agile.fm episode went live thousands have tuned in and listened to the great guests that made agile.fm so very special. Today Agile.FM has thousan ...…
 
It’s not uncommon to find people feeling very disconnected from their work. Sometimes an individual’s passion and purpose is connected to their work in the team room, and sometimes, it’s not. Sometimes they may not know what their passion and purpose is….we’ve talked about methods for finding and connecting purpose in previous episodes, but is ...…
 
Join host Andy Cleff as he chats with Nate Wixom and Torrey Powell who have been leading mob programming at Clearlink.com since January 2017. Their experience, the good, the bad, and the ugly is the focus of our show. You can reach Nate at nate.wixom@clearlink.com and Torrey at torrey.powell@clearlink.com. Show Links Websites/Books TDD and Mob ...…
 
Harold Shinsato is an independent Agile and software craftsmanship coach, facilitator, speaker, and culture hacker. Harold co-founded Montana Code School and continues to assist the school with agile process and technical practices. He co-authored The OpenSpace Agility Handbook and software patent 6108698. He cultivates culture change through s ...…
 
This episode of The Business Thorcast is unlike any before. Instead of diving into business initiatives and flying airplanes, Thor recounts his experience of climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro with an elite team of executives. Thor and VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger, SVP of Customer Experience, Scott Bajtos, and Global Accounts Leader, David Kluzak apply After ...…
 
The final episode of our mini-series on achieving alignment. We list five different objections we hear to the goals or process of alignment, and suggest ways to address them. We also tell a success story based on achieving alignment.SHOW LINKS:- Theory X and Theory Y: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theory_X_and_Theory_Y - Alistair Cockburn's mut ...…
 
These days you hear a lot of talk about diversity and inclusion. It seems like every company we work with has some sort of initiative around creating a more diverse environment and leveraging the diversity of their team members through a more inclusive culture. But how do you create that inclusive culture? In this episode of The Business Thorca ...…
 
In North America, our lives are increasingly defined by the amount of stress we can shoulder. The ability to ‘push a little harder’ each year is considered a mark of dedication and achievement - but should it really be that way? Is success really about maximum effort? Tension and anxiety are not only pervasive in our society, they are also leth ...…
 
Join Troy Lightfoot, Andrew Leff, and Chris Murman as they ruminate on why we have so many meetings...and why they overwhelmingly add little to no value to our lives. They discuss why meetings go off the rails, tips to keep your meeting moving in the right direction, and how to avoid those headshaking disasters most of us encounter in corporate ...…
 
*** VLOG audio quality warning and apologies! ****Why did your Agile job interview fail? There could be numerous and very subjective reasons, but on this Vlog episode I'm trying to pin down a few most likely ones, as well as providing my professional coaching advice. Please enjoy and subscribe on SoundCloud or using iTunes feed to show your sup ...…
 
CIO for Enterprise Applications at Nationwide Insurance Michael Carrel covers rolling out agile enterprise-wide at scale, becoming comfortable with failure, and the ins and outs of building a culture of visual management, accountability, and innovation at this financial services giant. Transcript Bob Payne: [00:00:21] I'm here with Michael Carr ...…
 
Episode 3 of our mini-series on achieving alignment. This week, we finally explain some methods for aligning with your team, your boss, or your peers. Methods include Test-Driven Development for People (aka the Ladder of Inference) and a creative use of the two-column case study. Next time - questions from listeners and common concerns we hear ...…
 
Agility is surrounded with the expectation that things will happen quickly - teams will ramp up fast, agility will spread quickly and easily, and projects will immediately start delivering value faster. What’s the right mindset to have about speed in Agile practice? As the saying goes, you have so slow down before you can speed up. If you slow ...…
 
Join host Andy Cleff as he chats with Professor Dave Snowden. Topics include the development of narrative as a research method, the role of complexity in sensemaking, physics, philosophy, the coffee/alcohol cycle, cognitive biases and if agile/Agile has gone astray. Support the Agile Uprising by making a contribution via patreon.com/agileuprisi ...…
 
They came from different directions, but they had the same goal: meetup in Las Vegas. Francie and Rae talk about Rae’s family road trip west, complete with secret waterfalls and crazy dust storms.
 
Our next instalment on alignment as a tool for agile success. If alignment is as valuable as we claimed in the previous episode, why doesn't every organisation have it? We use ideas from Dr. David Burns to classify resistance to alignment into "outcome" and "process" resistance, then give examples of each and tell a story about a startup where ...…
 
Kelly Waters is the CEO of 101 Ways with offices in London and Amsterdam. I had a chance to meet and record an episode with him from a perspective on how Agile impacts the work of a digital agency. He is the author of the award-winning blog AllAboutAgile which also impacted his book using the very same title as his blog. In this podcast, Kelly ...…
 
In this episode we interview Jayson Gehri who serves as the marketing director for IBM’s Hybrid Data Management group. This is Jayson’s second tour implementing Agile having previously worked in the Dell marketing group. This time around they’re taking a different, more flexible, approach to rolling out Agile. With full CMO buy-in and support, ...…
 
How do legendary performers become legendary? What separates them from the rest of the vastly talented, inspired and hard working people in the world? I believe it’s the habit of constantly moving the goal post forward. You can never rest on what you’ve just done, and you definitely cannot take shortcuts or look for ‘easy' You have to make a ha ...…
 
Mommies gone wild? No, Mommy’s gone to Hawaii. Join Francie and Rae as Francie regales her agile life adventures on the big Island of Hawaii for the half Ironman Honu 70.3.
 
In this week's episode host Jay Hrcsko sits down with Karen Martin to discuss her book Value Stream Mapping. They cover topics like executive engagement, how concentrating on a small part of a process will yield large results and the importance of having a great facilitator! Links https://www.ksmartin.com Value Stream Mapping…
 
Why are some Agile professionals claiming that Agile is Dead and Scrum is for Zombies only? Highly arguable and controversial topics that I thought would be worth discussing and helping you navigate around... Please enjoy and share with your colleagues who might also benefit from this.
 
Today, the first instalment of a little series on a big problem affecting agile teams: alignment. What does it mean when your team or company isn't aligned? How does misalignment show itself and what effects does it have on your progress? Jeffrey and Squirrel describe four different alignment patterns and tell real-life stories about the woes o ...…
 
This episode we talk about (00:36) tactics and strategies to engage upper and executive management in adopting business agility, (12:49) how can you bring the most value to line-managers that might be willing to change but not yet see or understand the full implication, (32:04) how does an Agile Coach know that he has done a good job, and (41:0 ...…
 
Groceries at your doorstep? Buy a bike on Ebay? Heck yeah! Ray and Francie talk about the good and the bad of online shopping, and how it can enhance your agile life.
 
with Esther Derby and Faye Thompson Esther Derby (@estherderby) and Faye Thompson (@agilefaye) joined Ryan Ripley (@ryanripley) to discuss an agile mindset and learning in the workplace. Esther Derby on Learning In this episode you’ll discover: Why learning is difficult in the workplace How management and team members can support learning When ...…
 
Ellen Gottesdiener Ellen Gottesdiener is a thought leader in the agile industry as she published several books about requirements gathering very relevant for the agile world. These books are Requirements by Collaboration , The Software Requirements Memory Jogger and Discover to Deliver. In this episode, Ellen and I speak about product managemen ...…
 
Is this the end for the Agile Coach? Have we reached the summit of our useful lives? If Coaching is dead, it is incumbent on all Agile leaders then to find the next thing, the next level of improvement and performance The notion that ‘everyone gets it now, we’re just fine, thanks’ is the same thing as telling a major league baseball team that w ...…
 
In this weeks episode Jay Hrsko and Troy Lightfoot discuss case studies on what makes a great scrum master. Note: Troy's microphone quality was a bit poor due to hotel internet. Resources mentioned: Coaching Agile Teams Scrum Mastery Moving Motivators Agile Coaching Institute Getting Rid of Powerpoint Course…
 
From The Tavern, Cheltenham, UKTo mark the 50th recording of the pubcast, Geoff & Paul return for a pint at the pub where it all started two years ago. They retrospect on the pubcasts as well as how they personally have changed over that time. (There is also a sneaky preview of the Global Scrum Gathering 2018 in London from Paul!)…
 
Agile at scale can get you to code very quickly, but then sometimes everything comes to a screeching halt. The biggest bottlenecks are often found after teams are done with the code. Dan James of Icon Agility Services joined Bob Payne on the Agile Toolkit Podcast to discuss Dan’s session at Lean+Agile DC 2018: Building a Lean Enterprise with De ...…
 
How do you provide focus and drive for a team using kanban? There's no natural "sprint" unit to hang a goal on, it seems. Jeffrey and Squirrel answer this listener question and explain how to create a product narrative, avoid the feature factory, and start with "Why"?SHOW LINKS:- Kanban book: https://www.amazon.com/Kanban-Successful-Evolutionar ...…
 
Today, Chuck talks about how to recognize a fellow agilist using behavioral interview techniques. He also shares some wisdom of the crowd around good interview questions. This topic stems from an open space session he led at Mile High Agile 2018. This episode is sponsored by our friends and generous backers on Patreon. Sponsors are needed to he ...…
 
Jeff Sutherland Joe Krebs and Jeff Sutherland Jeff Sutherland reflects in this episode, which was recorded in January 2011, on the Agile Movement just days before the Agile Manifesto turned 10 years. Jeff provides metrics around the Scrum adoption, the Scrum Guide and of course an outlook of Scrum in the world. At the end of the recording he me ...…
 
Join our hosts Brad Stokes, Troy Lightfoot, Andrew Leff, and Jay Hrcsko as they continue the conversation around the scaled agile framework; they come at the topic as if you the listener are new to the concept and they cover multiple topics, as well as discuss the pros/cons to SAFe and scaling frameworks overall. Come and join the discussion on ...…
 
What are the most common questions that I get from listeners and clients? In this episode, I address the 10 questions I get most commonly from listeners and clients, including what to do about estimation across multiple teams, how to break through resistant mindsets within the team and the leadership, and how to get more badass in general.…
 
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