Coming to the final chapter of Agile Conversations, we look at how leaders can not only provide accountability for others, but be accountable themselves.
Upcoming events, new transcripts, and latest podcasts. We're glad to have you here—keep talking!
Moving on to Chapter 6 of Agile Conversations, it's time to talk about commitment.
How trying to "convince" someone through advocacy fails.
We look at why defaulting to fear was a successful adaptation for our ancestors and why it serves us poorly now.
We dive into chapel 3 of Agile Conversations, all about building trust.
Book launched! It was a very busy May and will be an even busier June. We're glad to have you here—keep talking!
We come to our chapter on the foundational method for conversational analysis, the Four Rs.
We tell the story of our own journey from over-determined software factory to today's feature factories.
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We reflect on how we struggled with agile adoption and accountability in our teams and how we learnt to study and improve our conversations.
We reach into the archives for an interview with Matthew Skelton and Manuel Pais, authors of the definitive guide to optimizing software team structures: Team Topologies.
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