In this third segment Dan Mezick talks about how creating a pulse around Open Space events helps organisations create a sense of community, deal with uncertainty and create an environment which sustains their agile adoption for the long term.
Steve Adolph discusses his PhD research on communications in organisations, the importance of boundary spanners and how a large backlog becomes an impediment to product development flow. He talks about he importance of the ScrumMaster role, problems with Product Owners and where Business Analysis can add value.
Christian Legnitto describes FB's release process for mobile apps, how FB has no dedicated iOS or Android teams, A/B testing and the Play Beta program, tools used for the build process, and much more.
At the Agile 2013 conference three of the leaders from VersionOne spoke about managing a growing agile organisation, agile and the PMO, agile capacity planning, enterprise adoption patterns, throughput accounting and the principles of flow, encouraging and allowing cultural change and the latest features of the product. They discussed how agile is used inside Version One and at their customers
Mitch Lacey talks about the Stalwarts Track at Agile 2013, how hiring is broken in many organisations and suggests some ways to address the problem and asks for volunteers for Agile 2014
Steve Peha tells us how many agile practices, like visual management, can be taken directly into the classroom to produce better learning environments for our children in K-12 education. He also delves into what we can learn from teachers - that there must be safety to have effective teams - and shares several techniques to create safety on software development teams.
Crista Lopes discusses the idea of using constraints to define styles of programming and architecture. Also: large scale static analysis of open source code, Open Simulator and VR, and much more.
Tim Lister talks about his keynote at the Agile 2013 conference, reflecting on his 40 years in the software industry, the new release of the book Peopleware, risk management in software projects and how teams form.
In this second interview in a series Dan Mezick talks about how a OpenAgile Adoption is facilitated by an Open Space event which can act as a signal and catalyst for lasting and effective Agile adoption in organisations. He talks about the importance of engagement and ownership by people and how an Open Space event allows opt-in involvement and unleashes creative problem solving.
In this series of four short interviews one of the founders and some of the contributors to the International Consortium for Agile (ICAgile) discuss the goals of the organization and how it works. Ahmed Sidky explains why ICAgile was founded and the goals behind the formation, Lyssa Adkins, Michael Spayd and Sally Elatta talk about the reason for their involvement and why they support it.
Samuel Crescencio and Juan Banda discuss the state of Agile adoption in South America, the conferences and community events which are happening there and the formation of the Agile Alliance Brazil.
This is the first in a series of brief discussions with Dan Mezick in which he talks about topics from his book The Culture Game. In this one he explains the importance of designing meetings as good games and facilitating them to achieve the best outcomes