Todd Charron talks about some of the outcomes from Lean Startup Machine in Toronto, applying Lean Startup in the Enterprise and how can us improvisation techniques in Agile to reduce our fears.
Adrian Howard sits down with Infoq to discuss the his session on Lean Startup and the Business Model Canvas, Lean UX, bridging the gap between UX and Development and how this might change roles in the future.
Jeff Patton sits down with us at Agile 2013 to discuss how Product Development fits in with Agile, multiple definitions of the term MVP and the origins and uses of Story Mapping.
Jason Little sits down to discuss how he's been using Lean Change and gives us some insight into his book on the same subject.
David Bland sits down with us at Agile 2013 to discuss how to bring experiments and other Lean Startup techniques to the enterprise.
Joshua Kerievsky tells us about Anzen and his experience in taking the concept of safety from the manufacturing world and tailoring it to software development teams and organizations. By having ONE core value - safety - teams and organizations can keep from falling into the common pattern of practicing a superficial form of Agile and/or Lean development without getting any of the results.
Ed Cortis talks about Agile (or whether it is just common sense) in Operations teams as well as sharing his experiences in rolling out an Activity Based Working environment at Bankwest.
Neil Killick discusses his background in Agile and his thoughts on estimation in Agile software projects, in particular the discussion around #noestimates.
Luke Hohmann sits down with InfoQ to discuss the Innovation Games Summit, the history of Innovation Games, and the San Jose 2013 Budget Games
Jeremy Lightsmith sits down with us to discuss how Nordstrom is using Lean Startup and Design Thinking to create innovation in a fortune 500 company.
Jeff Patton helps teams build better products by helping them understand their users in a more thoughtful manner. By using the principles of comaking, teams begin to take more responsibility for their projects and their outcomes, thereby creating a more streamlined process of meeting their users' needs and having fun while doing it.
Brandon Carlson discusses his Agile journey, measurement and some code metrics tools he is working on. He also shares his views on professionalism and the importance of not fearing your customers.