Karl Scotland advises changing the perspective and using an experimental approach based on trial-and-error for organizations that want to evolve through learning.
Josh Knowles shares thoughts on the strong engineering culture which has made the Pivotal Labs team successful, taking a look at how things have evolved over the past 20 years.
Sandy Mamoli explains how Trade Me is using Portfolio Kanban to reduce WIP by prioritizing projects, focusing on the important ones rather than urgent ones.
Matt Ballantine shares the approaches that have helped him to successfully deliver change in organizations by focusing on emotional reactions, stages of learning, old vs. new, peers influence.
Mark Cohen shares how Fairfax is using Lean and Agile to embrace disruption, and how free online news has undermined a very lucrative print news business, taking their classifieds markets.
Barry O'Reilly discusses how to embrace a culture of continuous experimentation and learning, to adapt the organization’s design, and transform the business to an adaptable, resilient Lean Enterprise.
Anne-Marie Charrett advises developing a testing mindset and a tester skillset that helps testers embrace disruption instead of fighting it.
Jim Benson discusses what life has been like for him under canned processes and then provides a simple framework to help you create a great process that fits your organization.
Matthew McCullough examines the last four years of communication culture at GitHub, starting their internal mobile and web apps, use of pull requests, and emoji.
Dianne Marsh describes how Netflix' tooling, especially the continuous delivery system, allows developers to push the button for production deployment, and helps them to recover if necessary.
Jez Humble discusses the behaviors, rituals and processes that are essential to fast flow in software development. (audio quality is degraded from the 26m mark for 14m)
Rachel Davies shares advice on how to dissolve barriers to adopting new working practices and get a team moving in the right direction.