Will Ballard explains how small teams turning into large teams do more than change size-they change structure and add policies aimed at preventing mistakes rather than capturing the best outcomes.
Adrian Fittolani introduces the Monte Carlo Simulation, an empirical mathematical method used to estimate project timelines.
Ben Ross discusses using the Objectives and Key Results framework and Lean startup to drive operational efficiency, and how the framework’s design improves organizational alignment and performance.
Paul Martin uncovers the hidden barriers to body-language skill development and shares a technique that improves the positive communication abilities of people.
Dave Ehringer shares the experiences instating CI/CD at Liberty Mutual and the best practices they picked up along the way, using Cloud Foundry and Spring.
Heather Fleming discusses two frameworks that can be used with individuals to improve communication, increase empathy and establish the psychologically safe environment a team needs to thrive.
Richard Weissel advises Agile organizations to spend some time understanding what it is that makes the classroom environment a classic example of collaborative working based on trust and respect.
Wendy Closson talks about the concrete steps that will get one in the habit of winning friends and influencing people using an algorithmic approach to speaking authoritatively and authentically.
Nick Beenham describes how the Enterprise Services Team at Comcast transformed from large monolithic deployments with cycle times of anything from 90 days to cycle times measured in hours.
Neha Batra believes that the best teams are the ones with diverse ways of working, diverse opinions, and diverse backgrounds, but with great diversity comes great responsibility.
Joseph Rodriguez and Peter Clowes talk about the basic principles of XP.
Dan Podsedly talks about the challenges and opportunities encountered as product organizations grow beyond the single agile team, based on real world experiences of Pivotal Tracker.