Fresh off their Scrum Day San Diego appearance, Jon and Vic are joined by Dr. Dave Cornelius (@DrCorneliusInfo) and Brett Palmer (@Brett_Palmer) for a lively morning of Agile and Coffee.
It's our last podcast from Paradise Perks in Irvine (alas, the institution has shuttered its doors), and this session (recorded on June 14th) is divided
[ UPDATE July 2016 - I no longer subscribe completely to the concept of capacity planning, at least to this level of detail. I will keep this post available, but I will not maintain the fancy spreadsheet ;) It's fun to geek out with numbers and formulas, but we could do better having meaningful
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
Live from Paradise Perks, Jon and Vic use the lean coffee format to discuss the following topics:
Agile Games and Gamification
Scrum as a gamification platform
techniques used by people like Bryan Beecham (@BillyGarnet) at Iceberg Ideas
Agile in Japan
referenced The New New Product Development Game by Takeuchi and Nonaka, 1986
Training, Taboos and Readiness
Jon's favorite book: Training from the
Jon recently asked (at 14:00 of episode 3 of the podcast) what's Agile and what's not.
Do you ever hear Oh, that's not Agile as a pejorative? There'a a lot of controversy - even a heated debate - about what constitutes the minimum necessary to still be considered Agile.
Agile, of course, is not one method, but
Vic (@AgileCoffee) and Jon use the lean coffee format to discuss the following topics:
Minimally Viable Agile
Transparency between POs, SMs and teams
Safe environments and the Soup
Plus we take a look ahead to the following agile/lean events both in California and across the USA:
Scrum Day San Diego - June 13
Interact with local executives, ask why they went with
Agile Inceptions are powerful and fast ways to get a team to internalize a vision. It's a two-day investment that saves the company months of up-front planning and allows the teams to begin immediately deliver core product functionality.
Since mid-2013, I've been involved with teams adopting the Agile Inception format used by Pivotal Labs to kick off
In this second episode of Agile Coffee podcast, Vic (@AgileCoffee) is joined by Jon and they use the lean coffee format to discuss the following topics:
what motivates people
making a difference
body of work
are we overly idealistic?
50 new Agile coaches hired
We mention the following books:
Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us - Daniel H Pink
Our first AgileCoffee podcast, recorded live at the Knollwood restaurant in Irvine, CA, on March 13th, 2014. Victor Bonacci (@AgileCoffee) is joined by Brett Palmer, Jon Jorgensen and Curtis Gilbert. We can be reached at:
Jon: @waterscrumban (twitter) & firstname.lastname@example.org
Brett: @brett_palmer (twitter)
Vic: @agilecoffee (twitter) & email@example.com
Southern California Agile User Group
Agile Open California 2014
Agilists are everywhere.
We come in all stripes.
Combine these two observations and you realize that at any time the opportunity can present itself to broaden your perspective on Agile practices. When we meet other practitioners, it's routine to ask a few basic questions; but if we take a disciplined approach to our inquiry, the encounter becomes