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Hi everyone and welcome to this episode on the Agile Atelier podcast. Today, I’ll be chatting with Roman Pichler on the topic of Scaling a Product. Roman Pichler is a product management expert specialised in digital products. He has helped advance product management over the past 10 years by developing new practices that help agile… Continue readin…
 
Hi fellow Agile enthusiasts and welcome to today’s episode, which is a very special one. I talk to Teresa Torres on the nuances of Continuous Discovery. Teresa is an internationally acclaimed author, speaker, and coach. She teaches a structured and sustainable approach to continuous discovery that helps product teams infuse their daily product deci…
 
Welcome to today’s episode where I’ll be chatting with Emily Bache on the topic of Technical Coaching. Emily is the author of the books Technical Agile Coaching with the Samman method and The Coding Dojo Handbook. She is also a Technical Agile Coach at ProAgile where she helps software development teams to get better at… Continue reading Episode 36…
 
Hi everyone and welcome to another episode on the Agile Atelier podcast. Today, I have the pleasure of chatting with Daniel Mezick about Open Space Agility. Daniel has coached executives and teams since 2006. He is also a ScrumAtScale Trainer, and an author and co-author of three books on organizational change: The Culture Game, The… Continue readi…
 
Hi everyone and welcome to episode 34 on the Agile Atelier podcast. Today, I have the pleasure of speaking with Felipe Castro on the topic of Using OKRs to Shift from Features to Outcomes. Felipe Castro is an OKR Trainer who helps organizations transform how they set goals with the help of the OKR framework.… Continue reading Episode 34: Using OKRs…
 
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Hi everyone and welcome to this episode on the Agile Atelier podcast. Today, I’ll be talking to Heidi Helfand about Dynamic Reteaming, which is also the title of the book she has authored. Heidi coaches software development teams using practical, people-focused techniques, with the goal of building resilient organizations as they double and triple …
 
Today's question is from Jodie who wants to know about alternatives to the 3 questions when facilitating the Daily Scrum. We are always happy to take questions about the Scrum Events. Todd and Ryan discuss the lean metric "item aging" and how it can be used to help a Scrum Team gain insights into the progress of their work. What is your favorite wa…
 
A past student left us a comment in our Slack channel asking how to get the Developers on their Scrum Team to attend the Daily Scrum. This is a common issue that many Scrum Master's face. Fortunately, it is an easy problem to solve. Watch as Todd and Ryan break down this situation and expose many of the common reasons that Developers do not attend …
 
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A recent student asked Ryan and Todd to talk about the differences between a Sprint Backlog and a Product Backlog. It's an interesting question as these are two Scrum Artifacts that teams use to keep information transparent. The Sprint Backlog is a representation of present work while the Product Backlog represents future work. Check out the video …
 
A YouTube viewer sent in a question asking about what to do when a Developer does not commit. This question had a little context with it. The scenario was when a Developer won't focus during a Scrum Event or meeting. Check out what Todd and Ryan had to say about this situation! // Want to learn more about Scrum? Buy Fixing Your Scrum: Practical Sol…
 
A Scrum Master wrote in and asked Ryan and Todd what should a Scrum Team do when they finish their work early during a Sprint. This is such a great problem to have! Our first step is to CELEBRATE. It's great that value has been delivered, but now there are some important choices to make. Check out the video to learn how Todd and Ryan handle this Sc…
 
A recent student was concerned about the amount of time Product Backlog Refinement was taking away from product development. After a few questions, we realized that our student had some misconceptions about who should attend Product Backlog Refinement. Ryan and Todd discuss the things that they take into consideration when planning a Product Backlo…
 
You're just starting a new Scrum Master role and you see many opportunities to change and improve things. With so many options, it's hard to know where to begin. Watch as Todd and Ryan break down this situation and give guidance on how to get started and what to do once the biggest issues are discovered. We'll give you a hint, Vanilla Ice gave us a…
 
A listener asked Todd and Ryan how to get Scrum Master experience after getting certified as a Professional Scrum Master. Quite a few Scrum Master's have gotten creative as they've looked for ways to apply their learnings before getting their first Scrum Master gig. Ryan and Todd discuss the things that they did that ultimately led to their first S…
 
We get this question pretty often, especially when speaking at conferences: I'm a project manager at a company that just adopted Scrum, am I now out of a job? The quick answer is: Of course not, but there are likely some changes coming your way. Ryan and Todd take the question head-on in today's video. // Want to learn more about Scrum? Buy Fixing …
 
The Agile for Humans crew got together to discuss the lessons they've learned as the majority of the workshops, classes, and coaching opportunities moved online. We shared some of our best tips as we've navigated this new way of learning. Host: Ryan Ripley Guests: Tim Ottinger, Mike Coon, Jenny Tarwater, Makus Silpala, and Don Gray Streamed Live on…
 
A Scrum team got to the end of their Sprint but did not have a done increment of product to show their stakeholders. What should they do? Cancel the Sprint Review? Show undone work? This is a tricky situation that is bound to happen in a complex world. But we still have to review what happened with our stakeholders. Check out what Todd and Ryan hav…
 
Ben F. left a comment and asked Todd and Ryan about the hardest part of being a Scrum Master. Tricky question as every Scrum Master faces different challenges as they help teams use Scrum to solve complex problems. Check out Ryan and Todd's take on this question as they talk about the things that they have struggled with on their Scrum Master Journ…
 
Today's question is from a viewer who wants to know if a manager can also be the Scrum Master? While the Scrum Guide does not forbid it, having a manager in the Scrum Master role can cause many anti-patterns. Watch the video to learn more about how Ryan and Todd have tried to fulfill both roles and have both failed in epic ways! // Want to learn mo…
 
A YouTube viewer (Kaleb) asked whether or not the Sprint Backlog could change during a Sprint. Todd and Ryan discuss how a Sprint Backlog is emergent and how the Developers are encouraged to update the Sprint Backlog as new things are learned about their Product. Check out the video for more tips on how to manage complexity during your product deve…
 
A YouTube viewer sent in a question asking about the typical day in the life of a Scrum Master. Todd and Ryan talk about what their days look like when they are in the Scrum Master role and how each day usually looks a little different. Check out the video to learn about the things you'll see as a Professional Scrum Master. Want to learn more about…
 
Hello to all listeners. Welcome to today’s Agile Atelier episode, where I chat with L. David Marquet on the topic of Servant Leadership. David is a retired United States Navy captain and bestselling author of Turn the Ship Around and Leadership is Language. He was the commander of the submarine USS Santa Fe, a submarine… Continue reading Episode 32…
 
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