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Best AgileThought podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
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Updated August 2020
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Today on the podcast, Dan Neumann and Christy Erbeck are discussing how to lead in times of crisis and come out of it stronger than ever. As a leader, it is critically important to take care of yourself during crises to be able to lead others through them, as well. In this episode, Christy shares her tips for leading through crisis, key strategies …
 
In this episode, Professional Scrum Trainer Eric Landes addresses the questions: "Will the Professional Scrum Master Certification help me get a job as a Scrum Master?" The Professional Scrum Master certification Bolsters your Credentials Of course there is no guarantee of a job with a certification, but I believe it helps you have the intelligent …
 
This week, Dan Neumann is joined by his AgileThought Colleague, Quincy Jordan! In their conversation today, Dan and Quincy are diving into the world of online videogames — specifically Fortnite; the popular battle royale, sandbox game — and drawing comparisons between it and agility. Having watched his son play Fortnite over the summer, Quincy saw …
 
In this episode, Professional Scrum Trainer Sam Falco answers the question: "Why do you say that Sprint Zero is an anti-pattern?" Why do you say that Sprint Zero is an anti-pattern? “Sprint Zero” is a label applied to the indeterminate period of time used to gather product requirements and analyze them before a Scrum Team can start developing the p…
 
In today’s episode, Dan Neumann is joined by return guest, Andrea Floyd! Andrea is an enterprise agile transformation consultant at AgileThought. Andrea has 25 years of experience in software development and management. She is an innovator who has led multiple organization-wide scaled agile implementations, and she has also architected innovative s…
 
In this episode, Professional Scrum Trainer Sam Falco answers the question: "Is it OK to plan several Sprints in advance?" I’ve seen this practice in many organizations. Product Owners plan four, five, even six Sprints of work for their teams. The result is something like a Gantt chart with Sprints instead of weeks as the unit of measure. It’s a ba…
 
This week on the Agile Coaches’ Corner, Dan Neumann is joined by a new guest, Michael Guiler! Mike is an Agile Consultant at AgileThought. He has been an Agile coach for over 13 years now and has tons of experience helping geographically dispersed organizations (both business and technology) transform to better achieve their goals. His focus is on …
 
In this episode, Professional Scrum Trainer Sam Falco addresses the question: “How do you escape the tyranny of the burndown chart?” The Problem with Burndown Charts This was the question a student asked last week. I knew exactly what he meant. I experienced it myself with my first Scrum Team, and I’ve seen it many time since. Teams try to predict …
 
In this week’s episode, Dan Neumann is joined by frequent guest of the show, Quincy Jordan — principal transformation consultant and agile competency lead at AgileThought! Together, they are exploring COVID-19 as an agile accelerator. In the agile space, there has been a long-time myth that face-to-face is synonymous with colocation and that you ca…
 
In this episode, Professional Scrum Trainer Sam Falco addresses the question: "How do we avoid Scrum adoption pitfalls?" Last week, a student asked me what are some common pitfalls that we see when organizations shift to Scrum from a “big design upfront” process like waterfall. A big one is that they think it’s a silver bullet Adopting Scrum doesn’…
 
Joining the podcast once again one of Dan’s favorite return guests, Christy Erbeck! Christy is a principal transformation consultant at AgileThought and a Certified Dare to Lead™ Facilitator (CDTLF). She has over 25 years of experience in domestic and international consulting, training and coaching, and working in both software development and non-…
 
In this week’s episode, Dan Neumann is joined by special guest and AgileThought colleague, Andrea Floyd! Andrea is an enterprise agile transformation consultant at AgileThought. Andrea has 25 years of experience in software development and management. She is an innovator who has led multiple organization-wide scaled agile implementations, and she h…
 
Joining Dan Neumann this week is frequent guest, Quincy Jordan! Quincy has been with AgileThought for just over two years as a principal transformation consultant and agile competency lead. Prior to AgileThought, Quincy was the transformation lead for Pivotal’s Atlanta office, where he consulted with clients to help them reach enterprise scale. He …
 
In this episode, Professional Scrum Trainer Eric Landes addresses the questions: "hy would the Scrum guide not use ceremonies and events interchangeably?" Introduction In some classes, students will refer to the scrum events as ceremonies. Yet the guide refers to these as events. So why would the Scrum guide not use ceremonies and events interchang…
 
This week, Dan Neumann is joined by a special return guest — Christy Erbeck! Christy is a Principal Transformation Consultant at AgileThought and a Certified Dare to Lead™ Facilitator. She has over 25 years of experience in domestic and international consulting, training and coaching, and working in both software development and non-product-focused…
 
In this episode, Professional Scrum Trainer Sam Falco addresses the question: "If we have stories that aren't finished by the end of the Sprint, how do we get credit for the work we've done so far?" Introduction I get that question a lot, both in training classes and when I'm coaching teams. It stems from a fundamental misunderstanding of what a Sc…
 
This week, Dan Neumann is joined by repeat guest and AgileThought colleague, Quincy Jordan! Quincy is a Principal Transformation Consultant and Agile Competency Lead who has been with AgileThought for just over two years. Prior to AgileThought, Quincy was the transformation lead for Pivotal’s Atlanta office, where he consulted with clients to help …
 
In this episode, Professional Scrum Trainer Eric Landes addresses the questions: "How technical stories should be used in Scrum?" Overview I have been asked how technical stories should be used in Scrum. Great questions, and of course Scrum has a framework, while not specifically talking to this issue. When discussing technical stories, I typically…
 
In today’s episode, Dan Neumann is once again joined by his colleague, Quincy Jordan! Quincy is a Principal Transformation Consultant and Agile Competency Lead who has been with AgileThought for just over two years. Prior to AgileThought, Quincy was the transformation lead for Pivotal’s Atlanta office, where he consulted with clients to help them r…
 
In this episode, Professional Scrum Trainer Sam Falco addresses the complaint: "I don't like Scrum because there are too many meetings." At first glance, that seems like an odd thing to say, because there are only four meetings. The Meetings in Scrum Sprint Planning is timeboxed at up to eight hours for a one-month Sprint. It's usually shorter for …
 
In this week’s episode, Dan Neumann is excited to be joined by someone outside of AgileThought, Yvonne Marcus! Yvonne specializes in teaching home management (which is the process of effectively running a household) with an agile twist. Her mission is to help parents develop flexible home management solutions using agile principles to leave them wi…
 
In this episode, Professional Scrum Trainer Eric Landes addresses the questions: "Can Scrum and Kanban work together?" Introduction In my classes I often get asked about the differences between Scrum and Kanban. Can Scrum and Kanban work together, how can that work? Typically people will talk about one team doing and Kanban, typically an Operations…
 
In this episode, Dan Neumann is excited to be joined by special guest, Felipe Castro! Felipe is an expert on OKRs or Objectives and Key Results. He is an OKR trainer, speaker, and author who helps organizations transform how they use goals by adopting OKR! He has even created his own OKR tool called the OKR Cycle which is a simple method to avoid O…
 
In this episode, Professional Scrum Trainer Sam Falco addresses the questions: "What does an effective Daily Scrum look like?" Introduction Recently, I saw a great question on Twitter from Ebenezer Ikonne. I love following him because he often asks thought-provoking questions about agility in theory and agility in practice. His question that day wa…
 
In this episode, Dan Neumann is back with his co-host and colleague, Sam Falco! Today, they’re discussing whether or not a Scrum Master should be technical. Sam often finds himself being asked about this and has noticed many other people have a strong opinion for arguing either side of the coin. But, there’s more to it than just those two extremes!…
 
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