This podcast features Michael Tibbert and Dhaval Panchal helping me out with a question submitted by a student that focused on implementing Agile in a traditional supply chain organization. We also address the question of whether or not it is easier to implement Agile in a band new organization than it is in an existing one.
Oh - and also… The Parable of the Watermelon
And if you want to read more about the Parable of the Watermelon
(And in 2 weeks, when he gets his website sorted, that will be added here as well.)
In this podcast Michael de la Maza and Dhaval Panchal talk about their new book “Agile Coaching: Wisdom from Practitioners”. Michael and Dhaval are the co-editors of the book which is full of stories, tips, and advice from experienced, Agile coaches and trainers. In addition to talking about the book, Michael and Dhaval also share their own thoughts on topics around coaching and they offer advice for those who are headed down the coaching path.
Agile Coaching: Wisdom From Practitioners
TO CONTACT MICHAEL
Michael Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael Twitter: https://twitter.com/hearthealthyscr
TO CONTACT DHAVAL
The Agilistocrats hold their 2016 Retrospective!
1. What is the most valuable thing you learned this year?
Here are some links from the podcast
If you’d like to get in touch with any of the Agilistocrats, you can find them with the information below.
Have an amazing New Year!!
Dhaval Panchal & Tom Perry sat down with Dave Prior at Agile 2015 to discuss their session - Swarming : The Birds, the bees and Agile -or- How Managers influence self-organization
A final Agilistocrats! podcast to wrap things up at the 2015 Global Scrum Gathering in Phoenix. The Agilistocrats are joined by special guests: Chris Li, Kelly Harris, Peter Beck, Peter Stevens, Andreas Schliep, Steve Holyer, Jessica Small and Jill Paul.