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What's New at the Scrum Alliance - from the 2018 North American Global Scrum Gathering

The Agile Heretic - An Interview with Jim Benson

David Hawks at the 2018 North American Global Scrum Gathering

Billy McLaughlin - 2018 Global Scrum Gathering Keynote

Christopher Avery and The Leadership Gift

Johanna Rothman at Agile 2017 - Creating Your Successful Agile Project and 1 Day User Stories

In this Agile 2017 interview Johanna Rothman talks with Dave about her new book “Create Your Successful Agile Project Collaborate, Measure, Estimate and Deliver” and how teams that are struggling to make Scrum work may want to adopt an approach that focuses on continuous flow in order to deliver value for their customers with greater frequency.

The interview includes a conversation about working with User Stories that are sized to only take the team a single day to complete and how this may help teams that are struggling with estimation. Dave and Johanna’s also discuss her approach to writing (she averages about 1 book a year in addition to posting to her blog every few days) involves writing for just 15 minutes a day.

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Posted on: September 26, 2017 01:03 AM | Permalink | Comments (7)

Agile 2017 - Agile Practice Guide w/ Johanna Rothman and Mike Griffiths

At Agile 2017, Johanna Rothman and Mike Griffiths sat down with Dave to talk about the work they've been doing on the PMI Agile Practice Guide. Their work was part of a joint effort between the Agile Alliance and PMI and is intended to offer guidance for traditional PMs on how to begin applying Agile in their work. The PMI Agile Practice Guide will be released in September 2017.

For more video podcast interviews from Agile 2017, please follow @leadingagile or check out the LeadingAgile on YouTube.

Posted on: August 16, 2017 11:00 AM | Permalink | Comments (11)
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