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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.
 
The Product Experience features conversations with the product people of the world, focusing on real insights of how to improve your product practice. Part of the Mind the Product network, hosts Lily Smith (ProductTank organiser and Product Consultant) & Randy Silver (Head of Product and product management trainer) “go deep” with the best speakers from ProductTank meetups all over the globe, Mind the Product conferences, and the wider product community.
 
Always learning, always growing, and always sharing with others, host Karl Sterling brings you conversations with extraordinary experts! We hope you enjoy our interviews. Karl works as a neurorehabilitation specialist based in Syracuse, New York, and is the creator of the Parkinson’s Regeneration Training ® education program. While his extensive experience as a trainer includes working with a variety of populations, he primarily specializes in working with clients who have movement disorders ...
 
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Agile Digital Business

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Agile Digital Business

Vickie Maris, author, speaker, certified trainer / Authorized Partner Every

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Exploring ways for a business to be agile as it listens and responds to its team and customers... Host of Agile Digital Business is Vickie Maris - author, speaker, certified trainer / Authorized Partner - Everything DiSC® & The Five Behaviors®. She and her guests provide insights and ideas for personal and team development. You'll also hear insights on social media engagement, preparation for customers' uses of voice search and other steps to help you ready your teams and business for the fu ...
 
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The Agile Within

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The Agile Within

Greg Miller, Agile Coach/Speaker/Scrum Master

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Admit it... Agile is difficult. Some of the processes (e.g., Scrum, XP, Kanban, etc.) may seem simple, and they are at first blush. Most of us can understand, and even get quite good at the process of Agile (DOING Agile). But what about BEING Agile? This is the other aspect of Agile, which is likely even more difficult to master. In each episode, we'll dive deep into how to BE Agile (through behavior modification, and mindset shifts). We'll help you improve through conversations and shared s ...
 
Ever find yourself confused about what dog trainers are on about? In a world where dog owners are bombarded with dog training Jargon. Your Hosts Natasja and Wendy are determined to make the art of dog training easy to understand for all dog owners, we have even gone as far as banning all Jargon! So if you are struggling with your dog, don't understand what your dog trainer is telling you and you just want to learn how to have a dog that does as it is told and walks with you rather than piss ...
 
Get Fit With Fido encourages dogs and their owners throughout the country to get fit together. To kick-start Get Fit With Fido activity for 2015, we have planned a boot camp style event on Wednesday 21st January from 10am-2pm at the Lee Valley Athletics Centre, Edmonton, London. Exercising with your own Mr Muttivator costs little or no money at all and you will always have someone's wagging tail and eager eyes to spur you on. As part of the campaign we have a 'Slimmer of the Year Competition ...
 
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In this interview, I talk with Dr. Dale Bredesen about his latest research on Alzheimer's and about his latest book entitled, The First Survivors of Alzheimer's: How Patients Recovered Life and Hope in Their Own WordsIt has been said that everyone knows a cancer survivor, but no one has met an Alzheimer's survivor – until now. In his first two book…
 
We've run a number of podcast episodes about product discovery because it's one of the hardest things to get right. Even the most experienced product people find it hard to avoid common mistakes. This week, product coach and consultant Anthony Marter joins us on the podcast to chat about the tricky balance between strategy, business case, and disco…
 
In the book The Journey to Enterprise Agility - Systems Thinking and Organizational Legacy, Daryl Kulak and Hong Li focus on the disconnection that often occurs between various parts of the enterprise and how that creates challenges during Agile adoption. Taking a systems thinking approach, Kulak and Li make the case for re-orienting the enterprise…
 
In part one of two, Sarah sits down with Barb Buchmayer, author of Positive Herding 101: Dog-Friendly Training. Barb has pioneered a method for training herding dogs without the use of aversive tools. Website:https://www.positiveherdingdog.com/Where to get the book: Amazon, Clean Run, Dogwise, Barnes & Noble, and almost any book retailer can order …
 
This podcast is our third in a series of conversations focused on Fixed vs. Growth Mindset. Leveraging the work in Carol Dweck’s book, Mindset, Mary Kaufman and Dave Prior explore the differences between having a fixed mindset and a growth mindset. Each episode of this series focuses on how our mindset impacts the way we perceive and respond to dif…
 
There's a huge shift that takes place when you move from managing a product (with a team) to leading a Product Team. It's not just a change in how you spend your day - it's a whole new outlook, with a focus on different skills and competencies. Jason Knight joined us on the podcast to talk about some of the lessons he's learned along his journey. F…
 
Amy Cook, PhD is a dog behavior consultant extraordinaire and she sat down to chat with Sarah about the importance of planned, trained, and rehearsed management strategies for navigating the world with reactive dogs. http://playwaydogs.com/https://www.fenzidogsportsacademy.com/index.php/courses/7467 Anti-Racism Resources: https://robindiangelo.com/…
 
🎉 The podcast is BACK! Before we jump into the show, I want to invite you to join me for the LIVE Open Space event I’m hosting on January 27th, 2022! Now on with the show! 🎉 If your organization is like most, you’re rushing around a bit more than usual right now. Why? Because it’s the start of a new year, and leaders in your organization are insist…
 
In the fall of 2021, Geoff Watts and I recorded this conversation exploring what it means to cultivate leadership in various contexts. We also explore concepts of ORGANIC agility that encourage healthy change and better transformational behaviors within business settings. Geoff Watts is among my all time favorite thought leaders and influencers amo…
 
When Mike McCalla, President, and Founder of Lean Agile Intelligence was looking for feedback on some ideas he had around enterprise agile transformation, he posted his thoughts on LinkedIn and asked if he was oversimplifying what he had started referring to as Object-Oriented Data-Driven Change. One great thing about agile folks who spend time on …
 
With over 34 years of experience as a group fitness and personal training expert, Ann merges her passion for teaching older adults and athletes alike, combining balance, strength, flexibility, cardiovascular exercise, and brain fitness to the routines she teaches.In addition to training, Ann has been working with groups of senior citizens to furthe…
 
Philips Nwachukwu, a Senior Product Manager at The Bulb Africa, joins us on the podcast this week to talk about how he transitioned from a jack-of-all-trades to starting a Product Operations function, as well as the unique challenges he sees for Product people working in Africa. Featured Links: Follow Philips on LinkedIn and Twitter | Practical Pro…
 
Join us for another round table style conversation, talking about the role of business in supporting sustainability initiatives. Rebecca and Caitlin from Easy Agile are joined by Ida and Ulrika from TietoEVRY. TietoEVRY is a leading digital services and software company, Headquartered in Finland, serving thousands of enterprise and public sector cu…
 
Barking puppies, struggles stationing in class, failed recalls, and more in this Patreon questions megasode. Be sure to join us on Patreon! We have new perks for 2022, patreon.com/cogdogradio Mentioned in the episode: www.synergydogsports.comAgility Right From the Start by Emelie Johnson Vegh and Eva BertilssonCog Dog Classroom:https://cog-dog-clas…
 
This interview was originally recorded in video. You can find the video here: https://youtu.be/FGCiOhXYqwMIn April 2014, Derek Huether started leading a monthly Lean Coffee meeting for Agile Baltimore. Early in 2022, the group will hold its 100th Lean Coffee! In celebration of that, Derek joined me for an interview all about Lean Coffee - what is i…
 
Working with the Product folks at LeadingAgile is different than a lot of other Product Management gigs. In this interview, LeadingAgile’s Andrew Young joins Dave to talk about what it’s like working with the product group at LeadingAgile, why we focus so heavily on the product side of things, the difference between working “in” product and working…
 
If the last coupleof years has taught us anything, it’s that predicting the future is hard. In this podcast episode, sponsored by Amplitude, we turn to Margaret Heffernan to learn how to do it better. She’s a captivating speaker with more than 12 million views of her TED talks and a prolific writer who recently published Uncharted: How To Map The F…
 
In this episode, Jeff Pray and I quokka ‘bout the shaping and molding effects of being your authentic self as it relates to making pottery, practicing agility in the workplace, and life in general. We also touch on many other topics such as weaving fun and joy into our work habits and conversations, not to mention the powerful effects of well deliv…
 
If you're the kind of person that listens to the Product Experience and reads articles on MTP, then you're already familiar with any number of frameworks, methodologies and principles to make you a better product manager. But knowing them isn't enough to do the job — or, at least, not to do it well. Figuring out what works for you is way more impor…
 
Ashley Smith has a long career of helping early-stage startups scale into successful organisations. In this episode, Ashley talks to our hosts about product-led growth, and how everyone can and should do it. Featured Links: Follow Ashley on LinkedIn and Twitter | OpenView Partners Product-Led Growth Index…
 
You had your first dog, then your upgrade, and now you've got this third one. Do you feel paralyzed? Afraid to screw up? If you've ever felt paralyzed with fear of failure or disaster when it comes to dog training, this listen is for you.https://soundcloud.com/sarah-stremming/upgrade-dogs Anti-Racism Resources: https://robindiangelo.com/publication…
 
In this week’s SoundNotes podcast, Dave is joined by Vic Bonacci, CST who recently joined the LeadingAgile team. As Certified Scrum Trainers, both Dave and Vic bring their numerous years of experience and unique perspectives to the table to chat candidly about the issues and challenges surrounding being a more advanced Scrum Master, and how to cont…
 
One great product person can do some amazing things. An entire team of great product people is a force multiplier, creating an environment that is far more than the sum of its parts. We talked with Petra Wille - Coach, Author & co-creator of MTP Engage/Hamburg - about what it takes to 10x your team. Featured Links: Follow Petra on LinkedIn and Twit…
 
Join Sarah as she discusses what happens when our dogs don't always do what we expect. "Your expectations are getting in the way of your observations," as heard from Emelie Johnson Vegh on Hannah Branigan's podcast, Drinking From the Toilet, here: https://hannahbranigan.dog/podcast/105/ Anti-Racism Resources: https://robindiangelo.com/publications/…
 
Change is difficult. Figuring out what to change is often the hardest part. Whether you are looking for different outcomes within your organization, or you are simply trying to create a change in how you live your life, one of the first steps you need to take is to determine what it is you actually need to change to see different results.Braden Cun…
 
Being strategic is about planning to reach our goals and deciding what to do with our limited capacity to achieve those aspirations and vision. But to do this, we have to first identify what’s valuable to the organization and prioritize the things that will release the most value into it. LeadingAgile Chief Methodologist, Dennis Stevens joins Dave …
 
Product people have a tendency to solutions—we're enlightened enough to know better, but we always need to resist the urge to try and fix every problem we come across. That's an especially hard challenge when the problems are internal. Keeping on top of your mental wellbeing is critical, so we talked with Nicholas Jemetta about how to take of yours…
 
Do you have a barky-lunge-y type? Do you still want to trial in dog agility? Check out the tips, deal breakers, and training procedures you will need in this episode. Anti-Racism Resources: https://robindiangelo.com/publications/https://blacklivesmatter.com/https://www.naacp.org/https://www.ibramxkendi.com/how-to-be-an-antiracist-1Cog Dog Classroom…
 
In this episode of the podcast Sustained Agility’s Eric Tucker, CST, joins Dave to talk about common sense and Agile. When it comes to adopting Agile practices and frameworks like Scrum, there are missteps people and organizations make that could be easily avoided if they would just use common sense. Eric has put together a talk highlighting some o…
 
Join me and Marissa Martino of Paws and Reward to discuss why you should ditch your training resolutions. Wait - what?!?! Isn’t this a dog training podcast? Hear us out! We definitely want to encourage you to train with your dog(s). And, we also want to help you alleviate some of the pressure that a “new year, new you” attitude brings. In this epis…
 
Jacob Weiss, PhD, is the founder of HandEyeBody Academy, a social enterprise with a mission to help people learn how to move better, focus better, and function better, by teaching hand-eye coordination exercises that are creative, fun, and accessible for all abilities.Since graduating from Princeton University and completing his PhD in Biomedical I…
 
LeadingAgile Senior Consultant Derek Stanley joins Dave Prior to discuss GQM (Goal Question Metrics). During the interview Derek and Dave explore what GQM is by talking through real-world examples that showcase why people use them, and how they can provide clarity on performance towards desired business outcomes. Whether you are focused on the team…
 
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