In this third iteration of a series of scrum fundamentals, we discuss sprint reviews. Brent, Danielle, and Sunny define the importance of a sprint review meeting and well as share their opinions on showcasing the work done in the sprint. They also discuss the roles during the sprint review, especially that of the product owner… Continue reading Episode 110: What You Did Is Really Important
As a continuation of iteration 87 from last season (Adhering to the principles and values), we have our first parking lot, discussing viewpoints on timeboxed or pointed spikes. Brent, Justin, and Sunny discuss questions such as, “What spikes are used for? Should spikes be time-boxed or story-pointed? Does the time come out of capacity? Is… Continue reading Episode 109: I Can See That Perspective Now
In this second iteration of a series of scrum fundamentals, we discuss sprint planning. Brent, Sunny, and Justin share their opinions on good practices, potential pitfalls, and that ‘one thing’ that everyone should do in sprint planning. Although they have slightly nuanced views on the amount of information that teams may need to get started,… Continue reading Episode 108: Conversation Solves So Many Problems Down The Road.
The daily scrum, the daily meeting, the daily stand up…it goes by many names, but the purpose is the same. It’s a short team-centered meeting to share important information at the right time to the right team members in service of the sprint goal. In this first iteration of a series of Scrum fundamentals, Brent… Continue reading Episode 107: Share Important Information At The Right Time
When you start working with a new team and you need to evaluate them, it may be difficult to determine on the surface if they’re high- or low-performing. Both types of teams may shortcut steps, but for different reasons. Joining Brent are Friends of the Pod, Justin and Charis, as they share their experience working with… Continue reading Episode 106: I’m already a friend of the podcast
Season Four starts with a super-sized conversation between Brent, Michael, and Teresa about whether Agile is a methodology or a mindset.
In the Season Three finale, join Danielle, Patrick, and Scott in their conversation about metrics.
In the first of a two part remix, Danielle, Patrick, and Scott revisit the use of metrics on an agile team.
In the second part of this series, Brent, Justin, and Michael discuss more about how Agile isn’t what you call it.
In the follow-up to the last iteration and previous iterations on team culture, Brent and Kathleen talk about how Diversity and Inclusion impact Agile teams.