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.
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.
Kent McDonald discusses Agile 2013 from the conference chair perspective, some of the decisions, approaches and new experiments undertaken and thoughts on the future direction of the conference.
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.
Catherine & Raj have been working in Enterprise Agile transitions in large hardware manufacturers, they share their experiences and advice on leadership and bringing Scrum to hardware teams. They spoke at Agile 2012 about the use of tactile models, engaging managers and building cross-functional hardware-software teams.
Mike Griffiths shares his journey on the creation of DSDM through to his more recent work with the PMI around the Agile Community of Practice and the PMBOK v5 Guide and Software Extension.
Samuel discusses the Lean Pyramid, a perspective that links Lean management ideas with Agile values principles and good technical practices, providing a framework for enterprise wide Agile adoption. He also talks about the establishment of the Agile community in South America and his ambitions the region.
Kupe Kupersmith discusses his session on Improv at Agile 2012 and how it can help both teams and individuals communicate better.
Peter Saddington discusses his work as an Agile Coach, his Agile Scout blog, his new book and his passion into research and tools around leveraging human capital and optimizing teams.
Pat Reed discusses the need for an Agile accounting standard to support large-scale agile adoption, the need for career pathways that are compatible with collaborative teamwork and the role of the Agile Alliance in humanizing the software industry.
George Dinwiddie sits down with InfoQ at Agile 2012 to discuss the Three Amigos (Business, Programmers, and Testers) and how they need to interact and use examples in order to get a shared vision.
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.