Ahh, the joys of Agile Opens. Meeting and mingling with fellow practitioners while learning new ideas and sharing experiences. For this episode, Vic (@AgileCoffee) traveled to Seattle for the Agile Open Northwest before bopping down to San Diego to visit Agile Open San Diego. Both multi-day events were held in February.
In Seattle, Vic was joined
In memory of Jean Tabaka.
Recorded at the Scrum Alliance's Global Scrum Gathering in Orlando, FL, this episode features nine voices. Vic (@AgileCoffee) was joined by eight fellow participants (all working with Agile/Scrum teams) to discuss some highlights of the gathering.
Stuart Young (@Stuartliveart)
Laura Powers (@poweredbyteams)
Kim Brainard (@agilebrain1)
Stuart Fish (@fishstua)
Jamie Crews (@jamie_crews)
A very special guest introduces episode 37, and you can see her on video at Kickstarter.
On this episode Vic is joined by Curtis Gilbert, Larry Lawhead (@LarryLawhead) & Brett Palmer (@brett_palmer) to discuss topics from volume II of the Agile Coffee Conversation Starters. We dove into:
Personal Kanban in Daily Life
Thomas Leonard's The Nine Environments of You
I've been talking up my Lean Coffee Conversation Starters since the early part of this year, mostly in face-to-face discussions. The decks I have been envisioning would each contain the best and most popular topics from my over three years of hosting local meetups, as well as a number of sessions up and down
In addition to our regular podcasts, I host a couple lean coffee meetups every month where we get people dropping in who are less experienced yet very curious about Agile methodologies and lean principles. One common theme at these in-person sessions centers around the role of a ScrumMaster, and it's a topic that engages
Theme: Agile Community Events
Dr. Dave (@DrCorneliusInfo) joins Vic (@AgileCoffee) for a beautiful morning on Huntington Beach discussing all manner of Agile community events: Agile Opens (and other open space uses), coaching retreats and camps, lean coffees, hackathons. Dave talks about the 5Saturdays model, and we tell how to find, get involved and host these
Recently I was asked about using Lean Coffee (LC) in the workplace, something I've been doing for the past few years. While I'm a strong advocate for LC's workplace applications, I'd like to start with my view of the broader picture. (I've written about my experiences with LC before, but this post has more experiences to back
Vic is joined by returning guest Dale Ellis (@theDigitalDale) and newcomer Alberto Hernandez for a fresh brew of Agile topics:
Death March Scrum and Kanban - Dale bases this question on Edward Yourdon's Death March
How can ERP implementations be sped up using Agile methodologies? - Alberto has much experience with ERP rollouts but wants to know
Vic (recently iced) is joined by Jon Jorgensen (@waterScrumBan) and Brett Palmer (@Brett_Palmer) for another morning of Agile and Coffee.
In this episode, our Agile heroes discuss the following topics:
ALS Ice Bucket Challenge - Jon and Vic both participated. Vic's video is here.
pre-review of Jeff Sutherland's new book Scrum: the Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half
Live from Paradise Perks, Dr. Dave Cornelius (@DrCorneliusInfo) and Arielle Caron join Jon and Vic use the lean coffee format to discuss the following topics:
2. Kill Agile
3. koans, problem solving and goose in a bottle
4. brainstorming / inceptions ... worthwhile?
5. Creative Inc's model of brainstorming
6. Greenhousing and Jesse's Lasso
Reach out to Jon (@waterScrumBan) and