Owais Zahid talks about establishing quality requirements for products, including quality aspects in the definition of Done, and communicating goals with the development team.
Yasuo Hosotani presents how the Agile Tour Osaka has been organized without face-to-face or online meetings but only by using “Like” on Facebook.
Chris Kruppa covers the reason for adopting Agile, why it is necessary and how organizations can inspire their teams to embrace Agile values without imposing it.
Bas Vodde introduces the LeSS framework (https://less.works), how it was created and how it works.
Yann Hamon makes the connection between innovation and agility. Innovation must be supported by Agile delivery capability, and, reversely, building up an Agile organization is an innovation journey.
Jas Chong shares a case study focusing on HR aspects in the transition including team transition, change of roles, team recruitment, iterative recruitment, knowledge transfer and structuring change.
Simon Powers is mapping the values, principles, tools and frameworks available to Agile leadership, uncovering the true purpose of Agile and the ultimate role of the Agile coach.
Kimble Ngo talks about the individual and empathy, and how to bring change into an organization by starting with every person.
Shane Hastie examines the underlying drivers and motivation for adopting Agile, explores what an Agile mindset actually means and shows how to apply the ideas embodied in the Agile Manifesto.
Soon Loo encourages listeners to live with passion and to make the most out of their lives.
Steve Smith compares and contrasts different types of Feature Branching and Trunk Based Development, and explains why Continuous Delivery without Continuous Integration is not working.
Dean Leffingwell describes the values, principles and practices of the Scaled Agile Framework, how it is delivering faster time-to-market, more engagement, higher quality, and increased productivity.