Self selection, the fastest and most efficient way to form stable teams, is based on a belief that people are at their happiest and most productive if they can choose what they work on and who they work with.
Listen in as Heidi Helfand, Director, Engineering Excellence at Procore Technologies and author of a new book Dynamic Reteaming challenges the notion that we need to keep our software develop teams “the same” in order to be successful.
Join our hosts, Chris Murman, Jay Hrcsko, and Andy Cleff as they dive into the discussion around Red-Amber-Green (RAG) status reporting and the use of this information radiation. This topic came from Andy’s Coalition post “Why Red is Good”. The post has quite a few comments – which you are welcomed to join into.
This episode of the Agile Uprising podcast features an exclusive interview with manifesto author and inventor of Scrum, Dr. Jeff Sutherland. Jeff speaks to us about his professional career prior to the manifesto, his involvement in the event, and his work since.
In this episode of the Agile Manifesto author review, hosts Ryan Lockard and Andy Cleff interview author Arie Van Bennekum.
We discuss Arie’s interesting professional history in the medical and defense industries and his early involvement in the DSDM framework and consortium. Arie shares his personal views of the manifesto event in Snowbird and also provides his views on the future of agile.