Andrew Clay Shafer discusses how leadership and organizational learning can be used as a competitive advantage, covering various topics: Agile, DevOps, Lean Startup, Cynefin, Systems Thinking, etc.
Gojko Adžić explains how to ask questions and how to see things in a different perspective in order to get more from the software development process.
Ángel Medinilla outlines the steps he recommends to make for product success: product vision, business model, test assumptions, iterative and incremental development, use metrics, and keep it simple.
Dave Sharrock presents key practices that incorporate the Lean Startup principles, allowing a Product Owner to validate business ideas by bringing the build-measure-learn cycle alive.
Craig Smith, Renee Troughton discuss improving visual management: different types of story walls, ways to visualize the product backlog, the important of queue columns and WIP limitation, etc.
Tim Berglund shares the vision of an organization without product managers with its implications and boundaries, provoking the listener to take a bold step into that direction.
Ryan Martens encourages citizen engineers to join forces with entrepreneurs in order to tackle world’s toughest problem using Design Thinking, Agile, Lean Startup, open source, biology and sociology.
Bill Scott details how they introduced Lean into their enterprise technology stack at Paypal.
Stephen Hardisty presents how Etsy delivers products without having project managers, business analysts, or testers.
Giff Constable shares 4 tactics for thinking holistically about an idea and clearly identifying, prioritizing and tackling assumptions.
Wil Stuckey explains how Etsy manages to deploy nearly ~10,000 changes in one year, and how they run A/B experiments in the midst of continual code change.
Lane Halley advises on building and organizing a User Experience process based on the Lean Startup cycle.