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We bring amazing agile minded individuals from product, coaching, entrepreneurship, and engineering space and bring you an immersive learning experience through stories and practices. If you are an aspiring or new Scrum Master, Business Analyst, Product Owner, or Product Manager; you will take away a lot from these conversations!
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Agile Coaches' Corner

Dan Neumann at AgileThought

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Agile Coaches' Corner shares practical concepts in an approachable way. It is for agile practitioners and business leaders seeking expert advice on improving the way they work to achieve their desired outcomes.
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Do you need help with your Agile adoption? Or would you like to share what worked or didn’t as you were doing an adoption in your own company? If so, we invite you to participate in the Agile Coaching Network. The ACN is recorded monthly at our live event. If you want to join that event, please visit acnpodcast.org. Help support the show by becoming an ACN member today!
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We are a bunch of agile coaches living in Auckland, New Zealand. We run the self-organised Auckland Agile Coaching meetup and we record our reflections and learnings after the meetup sessions. Tune in to hear what we learned and see if it could help you in your agile coaching journey.
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Want to be an Agile Rock Star at work and in every day life? Join Paddy Dhanda and guests for a regular dose of light-hearted Agile discussions. Paddy’s experienced over £4 billion in Agile failures during his career, rolled out the Agile learning strategy to over 100k agilists at a global investment bank and is currently the Agile Practuce Director at the largest Tech training organisation in the UK. Why call a podcast the Peaky Agilist? Paddy comes from the city of the Peaky Blinders, Birm ...
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This week, Dan Neumann and Justin Thatil are joined by two external guests for Kanban University: Joey Spooner, Vice President for Community Development and Product Management, and Todd Little, Chairman of Kanban University. In this episode, experts from Kanban University join the podcast to share their expertise with the audience. Listen to this c…
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In this episode, we will be addressing the challenges that arise when requirements change unexpectedly or when flexibility is needed in our teams, companies, products, or customers. This may involve tackling problems related to our processes, planning, technical debt, legacy systems, as well as contracts with both internal and external parties. Joi…
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This week, Dan Neumann and Justin Thatil are joined by an external guest, James D Murphy, a United States Air Force Veteran, F15 Fighter, and instructed pilot. James founded a company called Afterburner Inc. and is now the CEO of Afterburner Capital; he wrote seven books and is an expert on the Agile Delivery Framework. In this episode, they discus…
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This week, Dan Neumann and Justin Thatil, your hosts, are joined by Erica Menendez and Mariano Oliveti to discuss what it takes to deliver high-quality Agile Projects. In this episode, they dive deep into what a successful Agile project looks like and describe the necessary steps to be taken in order to reach it. Key Takeaways Clarify the purpose T…
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This week, Dan Neumann and Justin Thatil are joined by Erik Lindgren to discuss the concepts of MVP (Minimum Viable Product) and MMP (Minimum Marketable Product) and the differences between them. In this episode, they explore an example of a successful brand that started the simplest way possible and became a multimillion-dollar success a decade la…
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In letzter Zeit hatten wir viel Aufmerksamkeit für Konflikte. Auch, weil wir erst in einer der letzten Folgen ausgiebig mögliche Ursachen eines Konflikts zwischen Führungskraft und Team beleuchtet haben. Im Nachgang ergab sich durch Diskussionen mit Zuhörenden die Frage, wie viel Konflikt ein Team eigentlich braucht. Oder vielleicht besser gefragt,…
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This week, Dan Neumann and Justin Thatil are joined by Rich Hundhausen for the second part of a deep conversation about Nexus. Rich is a software developer, Professional Scrum Trainer, and co-creator of the Nexus Framework for scaling Scrum. In this episode, they dive deep into how to deliver value in the form of a working integrated increment of p…
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In this episode, we will be discussing the essential leadership traits that are required to build a customer-centric organization. We will analyze the characteristics of expert, achiever, and catalyst leaders, emphasizing the effectiveness of inclusive leadership. Additionally, we will explore how people can deal with bad leadership and how they ca…
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This week, your hosts, Dan Neumann, and Justin Thatil, welcome an external guest, Rich Hundhausen, software developer, Professional Scrum Trainer, and co-creator of the Nexus Framewokr for scaling Scrum. This episode is the first of two parts, in which they discuss the features of Nexus and when and how to implement it. Listen to this episode for a…
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This week, Dan Neumann and Justin Thatil are joined by Erik Lindgren to discuss scope creep, a term that everyone working in software development knows well. The expression refers to adding further features or functions of a new product, requirements, or work that is not authorized. In this episode, they dive deep into the challenge of managing tim…
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This week, Dan Neumann and Justin Thatil discuss Agility: How do you know if you truly are in an Agile environment? In this episode, they explore the meaning of Agile and the different features that make this framework unique, including Creativity, Teamwork, Mindset, Continuous Learning, and Psychological Safety. Key Takeaways Does Scrum allow crea…
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Erst vor ein paar Tagen war das 10-jährige Emendare Jubiläum. Traditionell wurde es mit einem OpenSpace durchgeführt. Wir kamen dadurch auf die Idee, diesem Werkzeug mal eine komplette Folge zu widmen. OpenSpace als Werkzeug für Agilisten wirkt einfach in der Struktur. Vielleicht wirkt es auch nicht besonders kompliziert in der Durchführung. Hinter…
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This week, Justin Thatil is joined by two of his Agile colleagues, Mike Guiler and Mariano Oliveti, to discuss the tiredness and frustration that can sometimes be caused by following the Agile process. Some organizations can even be convinced that Agile did not work for them; how can this wound be healed? Key Takeaways Some organizations are sure t…
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This week, Dan Neumann and Justin Thatil are joined by an external guest called Rich Visotcky, President and Founder of Joint Insights, who is passionate about creating shared understanding. Rich is a Professional Scrum Trainer with Scrum.org. In this episode, they explore the topic of cultural impact on transformation. We work in and for organizat…
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This week, your host, Dan Neumann, is talking about a prominent topic: are the times of remote working about to end? Today, he is solo hosting this episode to assist you in navigating this new trend and successfully surviving these changes. In this episode, Dan discusses hybrid work and the trend of returning to in-person work. He shares some strat…
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In this episode, we discuss Jon Kern’s, coauthor of the Agile Manfesto, LinkedIn post calling for a return to Agile basics and reimagining it for the future. Join Shawna Cullinan, Jörg Pietruszka, Diana Larsen, Sheila Eckert, Sheila McGrath, Hendrik Esser, Ray Arell, and all the callers to the monthly live event as we explore topics related to Agil…
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This week, Justin Thatil, your host, welcomes Quincy Jordan and Pamela Dukes, Olympic Athlete and Agilist, who engage in a thoughtful conversation regarding how these two areas of expertise intertwine and how the abilities applied to professional sports enhance her role as an Agilist. In this episode, you will learn about Pamela’s journey as a prof…
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In dieser Folge analysieren wir verschiedene Einflussfaktoren, die dazu führen können, dass sich Konflikte zwischen Team und Führungskraft entwickeln. Wir sprechen über falsche Grundannahmen, die ins Abseits führen und wie Agile Coaches als das Instagram der Arbeitswelt unrealistische Ideale schaffen können. Es geht um ungünstige Verhaltensweisen, …
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This week, Dan Neumann and Justin Thatil are joined by Misi Eyetsemitan. In this episode, they discuss the future of Agile, the advantages and challenges they see, and how far the Agile Methodology has come in the last two decades since its origins when it was created to achieve better and more efficient software development. Listen to this episode…
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This week, Dan Neumann and his co-host Justin Thatil are joined by Hal Hogue, who has transitioned from an Agile Coach position to a Managing role and today shares the features of such a shift. In this episode, Hal discusses his journey from working with managing engineers to becoming one of them. He mentions the particularities of both of these ro…
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This week, Dan Neumann is joined by two AgileThought colleagues, Justin Thatil, the show's cohost, and Lizmeth Rodriguez. They discuss the topic of how to achieve a seamless Value Flow, one of the SAFe principles, and the general importance of flow in a system. These three expert Agilists also assess the differences between Kanban and SAFe, especia…
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