Jabe Bloom explores the latest thinking in Design Critique and how this affects and interacts with Agile/Lean teams. He argues that if Design Thinking is utilised then there will be changing needs of Critique as the design moves forward through the process and offers solutions that he uses to ensure designers and teams increase collaborative ownership and become more effective
Olaf Lewitz joins us to discuss how you can safely de-scale your organization and on using Temenos and Kris maps to focus on the core values of your organization.
Doc List co-chaired the Collaboration, Culture and Teams track at Agile 2014. He talks about how those aspects are interrelated, the Agile Stalwarts track and how Teaching from the Back of the Room makes a difference in learning and retention
Erin Schnabel, developer lead of the WebSphere Liberty Profile, spoke to Alex Blewitt at QCon New York about the modular architecture behind the Liberty Profile, and what benefits this has brought both to end users and the developer team. She also highlighted how the the transition from monolithic to modular started with the configuration and broke down dependencies between services.
Ardita Karaj joins us at the Agile 2014 conference to discuss how Product Owners and Teams can work together to use value to prioritize the work they do.
In this interview Larry Maccherone explores the various ways in which we can use metrics to overcome cognitive bias and make good decisions by explaining how they can be used to support exploration of alternatives, facilitate effective communication with management and give confidence of direction that is much more in line with our values
Rebecca Parsons and Phil Brock talk about the growth of the Agile Alliance, internationalization and the collection of valuable content on the Agile Alliance website
Aish Fenton explains how machine learning is used at Netflix for recommendations but also for many more applications.
Dianne Marsh explains Netflix' approach to managing development teams, how to avoid over-managing them, fostering responsibility and engineering velocity.
In this interview Jeff Patton contemplates ‘building the right thing’ while emphasising the importance of truly understanding the core elements of Agile. He explores differentiating between learning practices, best practices, rules and strategies and highlights how utilising ‘game space thinking’ encourages a more effective skills-based team approach to agility.
Elisabeth Hendrickson discusses her move from consulting to take on the role of Director of Quality Engineering for Pivotal Labs, how important engineering technical practices are to building quality in from the ground up and how scaling agile across many teams requires a structure that supports self-organization within organizational constraints.
Lynne Cazaly joins us to discuss how adding visuals to your facilitation toolbox can help your listening and how thought leadership can help you stand out in a crowd.