• David Chilcott on Growing Agile Leaders

    by Shane Hastie on  Mar 13, 2016

    At the Agile New Zealand Conference David Chilcott from Outformations gave a talk on Growing Agile Leaders (The Inconvenient Truths). Afterwards he spoke to InfoQ about the challenges leaders face and why the truth he points out are both inconvenient and uncomfortable in many organizations.

  • Author Q&A on Leading without Authority

    by Savita Pahuja on  Aug 16, 2015 2

    Tathagat Varma, shares his experience of working as an individual contributor at a deeper leadership level. He refers to this as an "Individual Leader". This post explains how to lead without authority.

  • Author Q&A on Strategy, Leadership and the Soul

    by Shane Hastie on  Aug 09, 2015

    Jennifer Sertl and Koby Huberman wrote a book taking a different approach to leadership. Their focus is on providing the tools to nurture agility through resilience, responsiveness and reflection. They aim to support the individual's ability to better trust their core intelligence and apply that to being effective leaders. They spoke to InfoQ about the book.

Perspectives On Agile Software Testing - Book Review

Posted by Savita Pahuja on  Mar 03, 2015

Book Review and QnA with authors of eBook "Perspectives on Agile Software Development".

We Need No Less than Pervasive Leadership

Posted by Jean Richardson on  Jan 01, 2015

Jean shows how Pervasive Leadership aligns with chaordic leadership in that it acknowledges a true follower cannot be bound to follow. The moment they are bound, they are no longer leader or follower.

An Interview with Rebecca Parsons - ThoughtWorks CTO

Posted by Shane Hastie on  Jun 19, 2012

Dr Rebecca Parsons is the Chief Technology Officer for ThoughtWorks, and a Director of the Agile Alliance. She discusses the trends in database technology, continuous design & delivery and Agile.

Software Development Lessons Learned from Poker

Posted by Jay Fields on  Apr 26, 2008

There is no silver bullet. We know it, but don't act like it. Your language, tool or process is better, right? Jay Fields says: "It depends". The right choices varies with context, people, and more. 3

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