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The 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 explo ...
 
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Host Andy Cleff and a panel of Agile Uprising co-hosts Claudia Orozco, Niklas Kari, and Stephen Kellogg chat with Jurgen Appelo about the unFIX Model for versatile organizations. "It is time for an alternative to SAFe, LeSS, Holacracy, Management 3.0, the Spotify model, and matrix organizations. We need something that takes flexibility to a new lev…
 
In this week's episode we sit down with Ivar Jacobson to discuss the "crazy things" he's seen as a result of the agile explosion, as well as going into detail about his new practice called Essence. Enjoy! Essence Website Part one of the Crazy Things series If you enjoyed this episode, please give us a review, a rating, or leave comments on iTunes, …
 
Tired of not achieving Organizational outcomes and don’t know how to improve that?...this show is for you. In this episode Host James Gifford talks with Scrum.org’s Patrica Kong and Kurt Bittner about Evidence Based Management. Learn more about defining value and setting goals in both the near- and long-term. More Info Evidence Based Management: ht…
 
Join Andy Cleff and Marc Story, Enterprise Coach, as they chat with Ryan Sparks about effective leadership principles. Both Ryan and Marc tap into their service in the Marine Corp as well as their Agile Transformation experience. Topics include: Patterns of human organizations Decision-making processes The OODA Loop Next best actions Cross-training…
 
Hosts Andy Cleff and Jenny Tarwater, Enterprise Agile Coach at Agile Velocity, chat with Esther Derby about the myth of the annual performance review. They uncover how the ritual reinforces existing power structures and diminishes safety for teams. They then explore ways to help people to be more successful in their roles. Things like regular feedb…
 
Join Host James Gifford as he talks with Discord members Todd Thrash, Mike Caddell, Stephen Kellogg, and Jonathan Schneider for Part 2 of our discussion around "passing the baton." The panel discusses more advanced topics for when you're passed the baton and things are not what you expected. They examine topics such as team splitting and other Team…
 
In this weeks episode hosts Claudia Orozco-Gomez and Jay Hrcsko sit down with the comedic geniuses behind Comic Agile, Luxshan Ratnaravi and Mikkel Noe-Nygaard. We talk about where the idea to do agile comics came from, how they come up with ideas for their comics, the process of creating their book, and what lies ahead. If laughter is the best med…
 
At some point in everyone's agile journey they are passed the baton to shepherd a new team of people...where do you even start? Join us this week for part 1 of the conversation around "How do I get up and running?"; James Gifford is your host, with guests including Stephen Kellogg, Janel Lanza, Todd Thrash, Mike Caddell, and Jonathan Schneider. Enj…
 
Often our community speaks of the work Robert Greenleaf did over 50 years ago in hushed tones. Servant Leadership is something prevalent in most training classes, conference presentations, and blogs across the globe. Do we really know what it means, and understand all the challenges that prevent its ability to thrive? Join AU board member Chris Mur…
 
Join an all-star cast of the Agile Uprising board as we discuss the past five years of putting out a weekly podcast. From folks who have been there since day one to others that have joined in the past year, we share a perspective that we are thankful to bring to listeners every week. We also chatted about how our Discord instance has been a lifesav…
 
Join Janeé McConnell, Andrew Leff and Brad Stokes in this hilarious discussion as they examine Agile memes and look at the deeper truths behind what memes reveal about Agile. O'Rly What does Agile mean? Agile Developers Jira Tickets Psychological Safety Sad kid Agile Certifications: No bite dog (but he hurts in other ways) Code without asking quest…
 
In this week's episode Claudia Orozco-Gomez and Jay Hrcsko sit down with the creator of Agendashift (and repeat podcast guest :) Mike Burrows to discuss the second edition of his book. We've covered some of the Agendashift classes before as well as Mike's most-recent book (Right to Left) and we were quite excited to discuss Agendashift, what led to…
 
So many groups form. And so many groups fade. What distinguishes those groups that grow and flourish from those that fade and fail? Agile Uprising host Andy Cleff chats with Ted Rau, from Sociocracy for All, about using intentional processes to establish an inclusive group culture early on to grow and flourish without governance troubles getting in…
 
"We needed a new agile?" Agile has reached it's 20 year mark, and we have reached an inflection point: what works? What does? What did we miss, and what should we change to enable success going forward? Join us as we sit down with Cliff Berg, one of the many voices behind the Agile2 movement, to get his take on where we went wrong and what can we d…
 
On this week's episode, we get a bit meta and interview the interviewer...join us as we sit down to chat with Shane Hastie, who is the podcast host for the InfoQ Culture and Methods show. We discuss podcast hosting ups and downs, surprises, and then we get a chance to actually pick SHANE'S brain about what books/topics/thinkers are relevant and int…
 
The theme for this week's show is High-Performance Teams - explored through the lens of a rather unusual team-building event. A 15 day, 5,000 km trek from the Atlantic to the pacific coast of Canada, followed by a jaunt in Hawaii - competing against three other teams on different continents. Hosts Andy Cleff and Richard Dolman chat with the crew fr…
 
You can't trip and fall in Enterprise IT these days without someone mentioning the "C" word...and we're not talking about croissants. We've all heard the Inigo Montoya quote used all over the agile world, but nowhere is it more appropriate than in the cloud space....so to help people understand what "cloud" really means, we brought in the experts: …
 
In this week's episode we sit down with author and agile practitioner extraordinaire Allan Kelly to pick his brain about how to work with OKRs in an Agile environment....everyone rushed out to adopt OKRs because Google uses them, but how many companies do them well? Listen in for some tips and tricks to success with OKRs! Enjoy! Succeeding with OKR…
 
Project Management? But this is an agile podcast!?!?!?!? Hold onto your seats folks as we discuss critical chain project management, which has it's basis in Theory of Constraints and is actually EXPONENTIALLY more effective than our plain old waterfall world...and let's be real...as long as a company has projects and project managers, there will AL…
 
This episode features Chris Li and Troy Lightfoot discus the state of Training in the industry, how poor training has not only direct impact but large residual impact at organizations and some neuroscience behind how people learn. Chris Li is a Certified Scrum Trainer (CST), and the first trainer in North America certified by Scrum Alliance as a “P…
 
This week we sit down with guest Graham Scott to dig into Throughput Accounting...is it really accounting? How does this help us make better decisions? And if it's so great, why do we still use cost accounting to make decisions? We also talk about Graham's research around using Theory of Constraints to assist in budgeting inside of enterprises. Enj…
 
This episode features Mitch Goldstein, Enterprise Agile Strategist at Box.com. Mitch shares his technique for identifying and removing dependencies between agile teams at scale. This episode is hosted by Agile Uprising Board Member, Troy Lightfoot Prioritization Podcast Mentioned Support the Agile Uprising If you enjoyed this episode, please give u…
 
In the next episode in our ToC-aissance series we chat with Steve Tendon to discuss TameFlow, his collection of mental models and methodologies to utilize Theory of Constraints inside of knowledge work environments. "If you have nothing to do... Go fishing!" Enjoy! NOTE: This recording references an earlier version of Steve's book which has since u…
 
In this @agileuprising episode, host Andy Cleff @justsitthere chats with Ted Rau @Sociocracy4All about Sociocracy - a social technology for evolving adaptive and resilient organizations. We cover topics including: forming circles, establishing roles, meetings and consent, performance feedback, accountability, and money. Contact Information https://…
 
We're trying to lead a revival of Theory of Constraints thinking tools and all it's peripheral practices...a "ToC-aissance" if you will! In the first episode in our series we sit down with Clarke Ching, The Bottleneck Guy. We discuss theory of constraints in the abstract, how to combine ToC thinking with Agile delivery practices, and everything bot…
 
This episode features Padmini Nidumolu, co-founder of LeanInAgile (LIA), an organization with this Mission Statement: For Women, By Women, Of Women. To raise the value and visibility of women within the Lean and Agile communities. Listen to the journey to create this group, centered around vulnerability and building confidence in women, and hear so…
 
In the new set episode in our series we sit down with Claudia Orozco-Gomez and Mike Caddell to discuss their experience in the Strategic Mapping with Outcomes workshop from Agendashift. Enjoy! Agendashift Workshops If you enjoyed this episode, please give us a review, a rating, or leave comments on iTunes, Stitcher or your podcasting platform of ch…
 
In the 2021 State of Agile Coaching Report, experienced coaches were twice as likely to be external to organizations. Meaning they were consultants versus hiring a full-time employee. It raised some interesting questions to explore about the state of the field and what the future of agile coaching was: What are the reasons why a coach would want to…
 
Back for another episode is one of our favorite guests, Johanna Rothman! Join us to discuss her new Modern Management Made Easy book series; there's way more to cover in these books than the timebox allows, but we touched on topics such as the difference between leadership and management, congruence, and trust versus empowerment. Enjoy! Modern Mana…
 
Vasco Duarte, Brad Stokes and James Gifford discuss how the Scrum Master role will change the world of work. Scrum Masters are people who care about improving the world of work (they do that with their teams every day) and are committed to that mission. Unfortunately some reason, people feel “ashamed” of being called Scrum Master, and quickly chang…
 
Andy Cleff chats with Robin Rice about conscious leadership, how it relates to the demands of leaders in the transition to new ways of working. Part professional mentor, part personal muse, and part magician, Robin offers behind-the-scenes support and consciousness training to executives, artists, medical professionals, civic leaders, and entrepren…
 
In this episode, Jason Cusack looks back at the Manifesto series, reflects on Mike Beedle's legacy, and the lessons we can all learn from Mike. Tune in to hear thoughts on why critiques from others mean they are listening, and why a leap of faith with some 'crazy people' can sometimes change the world. Support the Agile Uprising If you enjoyed this…
 
In this episode, Andy Cleff and Mike Caddell chat with guest Soren Pedersen about the drivers of quality. If organizations are to be successful at creating high-quality products they need the right kind of management commitment, organization-wide communication, safety, and transparency. In short - they need more than “the right” framework, they nee…
 
In this episode, host Andy Cleff chats with guests Wayne Tarken, Mitch Goldstein, and Jonathan Schneider about Agility in HR.... and HR supporting Organizational Agility. Guest Contact Info: Jonathan Schneider: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathanschneider/ Wayne Tarken - https://www.linkedin.com/in/waynetarken/ Agile HR Consortium https://www.link…
 
Holacracy? Sociocracy? What's the difference? Didn't Zappos have a hard time adopting this? In this episode we sit down with the man who wrote the book, Brian Robertson, to have an honest conversation about what holacracy is, how it works, and we dissect some of the more public struggles with adoption. Enjoy! Holacracy on Amazon Brian Robertson's T…
 
How fast does your team make a decision? Does the speed at which you make decisions impact your probability of success? Based upon Jim Johnson of the Standish Group's research, it would appear so! Join us as we sit down with him to talk about decision latency theory as well as how to build a "winning hand" that helps guarantee success. Enjoy! Decis…
 
Welcome to ORSC LAB episode 8 of the Agile Uprising podcast. Host Leslie Morse chats with our guest Nasya Miller on the topic of Time Spirits. Nasya is a Facilitator, Educator, Relationship Systems Coach, and Life Coach based in Chicago. If you enjoyed this episode, please give us a review, a rating, or leave comments on iTunes, Stitcher or your po…
 
"It's not WHERE you deploy, but HOW..." This week we sit down with two of the authors of the book Cloud Native Transformation, Pini Reznick and Jamie Dobson. We talk about philosophy, educational systems, biases, and, oh yeah...cloud native transformation patterns. Enjoy! Link to a FREE COPY of the book! Cloud Native Transformation @ Amazon Cloud N…
 
This episode is another in the ORSC LAB series. Host Leslie Morse chats with Shaila Reddy. Shaila is an ORSC trained and certified coach that is on a journey of transforming organizations by providing thought leadership, consulting, training and coaching in Lean, Agile, Systems Thinking, Design Thinking, Scaling Agility and DevOps. --- If you enjoy…
 
Jay Hrcsko - Agile Agent of Chaos. Podcast host. Change enthusiast who leads from the front and aims to help everyone realize their fullest potential. Agilist, comedian, metalhead. But what does he do? Really? And when's the last time he shipped anything to prod? Chris Murman grabs the mic and interviews Jay. for this special Valentine's Day episod…
 
"There's no way enterprises can compete with startups."...or can they? Join us as we sit down with Jonathan Rasmusson, author of Competing with Unicorns, where he posits that not only can they compete they can also win by using startup behaviors and practices. Also...is this the first book in the "post-agile" world? Enjoy! Competing with Unicorns b…
 
Welcome to ORSC LAB episode 6 of the Agile Uprising podcast. Leslie Morse hosts today's conversation along with ORSC LAB member Andrew Leff. They chat with guest Mike Holton. Mike is an enterprise agile coach and transformation consultant. He is both a Co-Active Professional Coach as well as ORSC Trained and Certified. If you enjoyed this episode, …
 
We've talked at length about shifting from projects to products...is the next shift from products to people? Join us as we sit down with Pete Oliver-Krueger and Michael Dougherty to discuss their book in progress "Shift: From Product to People". Enjoy! Shift: From Product to People If you enjoyed this episode, please give us a review, a rating, or …
 
In this 5th episode of our ORSC Lab Series, host Billie Schuttpelz chats with Leslie Morse about Leslie's journey with agile, ORSC, and her career in coaching. Disturbance's ally, crazy wisdom, and lion's roar all make an appearance. Along with wine and bourbon. If you enjoyed this episode, please give us a review, a rating, or leave comments on iT…
 
We always talk about agile in the software development space...but what about Finance? What about HR? How does one go about "transforming" departments that typically are not exposed to agile as a practice? Join us as we sit down to discuss this topic with the guy who literally wrote the book on this topic, agile practitioner/author/coach Gil Broza.…
 
THEY'RE HEEERE...It's 2021 and we're back! In our first episode this year we assembled a cast of characters to have an unscripted conversation around: What is the future of agile coaching? HOT TAKES INCOMING! Enjoy! If you enjoyed this episode, please give us a review, a rating, or leave comments on iTunes, Stitcher or your podcasting platform of c…
 
"Design for redesign." Join us this week as we sit down with Jardena London to discuss her white paper "Structural Agility: Using structure to enable the flow of value." We touch on why structure change is paramount to successful change, how important continuous design is, and we discuss the types of tensions present in an organization and how they…
 
ORSC Lab Series: Episode 4. Join host Leslie Morse and Billie Schuttpelz as they sit down with coach Paul Tevis to discuss his coaching experience. Enjoy! If you enjoyed this episode, please give us a review, a rating, or leave comments on iTunes, Stitcher or your podcasting platform of choice. It really helps others find us. Much thanks to the art…
 
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