Helen Walton and Pete Burden on Creating the Culture You Want

Interview with Helen Walton and Pete Burden on  May 12, 2015

At QCon London Helen Walton and Pete Burden discussed what it takes to design a collaborative, agile supporting culture in an organisation, if it is possible for large organisations to actually change and what is needed to enable that change. The spoke about the Spark the Change conference and how it is a showcase of organisations that are actually working in new ways.


Jaimee Newberry on Applying Agile Techniques to People

Interview with Jaimee Newberry on  May 05, 2014

Happy people make happy, good products. Jaimee Newberry tells us about how to apply established design and development principles to individuals and teams in a similar way we apply them to products. To make people and teams happy, we have to find out what goals they want to achieve. We have to find ways to reach those goals, overcome obstacles and periodically review our progress.


Linda Rising on Thinking about Thinking and the Agile Mindset

Interview with Linda Rising on  Apr 30, 2014

Linda Rising was interviewed at QCon London 2014. She speaks about the difference between the Fixed and the Agile mindeset, looks at the links between cognitive neuroscience and agile development. She discusses the value of standing and moving around when working and addresses number of myths about change.


Esther Derby on Language, Communication and Change

Interview with Esther Derby on  Feb 21, 2014

Esther Derby shares her thoughts on language, communication and change and their importance in organisations, the definition of metaphor and designing your environment for Agile success.


Steve Peha on Agreements-Based Culture

Interview with Steve Peha on  Jan 25, 2014

Steve Peha describes how culture can derail a seemingly perfect Agile project. He then details how we can see and incrementally modify cultures by focusing on agreements. Agreements govern how we work together; they govern individuals and their interactions. By deliberately focusing on making, keeping, confronting, and renegotiating agreements, we can change our culture to support Agile teams.

Eric Steven Raymond on the Hacking Culture and Agile

Interview with Eric Steven Raymond on  Dec 14, 2012

Eric Steven Raymond, in an interview at the Agile Culture Conference, talks about the hacking culture and some of the lessons the Agile community could learn from open source development.

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