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John interviews leading executives and top folks from agility. The truth is that agility can't be bought in a box. Take the hard road, be the best, not the rest. Try "re-wilded" Product Management, DevOps, Lean/Agile for the c-suite. Let's connect: https://x-agility.com https://orderlydisruption.com https://kanbanguides.org https://www.linkedin.com/in/johncolemanagilitychef/ https://www.instagram.com/johncolemanagilitychef/ https://www.youtube.com/JohnColemanagilitychef https://twitter.com/J ...
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This week, I am joined by the authors of "The Flow System Playbook" authors John Turner and Nigel Thurlow, to discuss what inspired the book and how to get the best value out of it. We covered: The background of the book and those which it is in memory of Clarifying the problem and ill-defined problems, getting clarity on your objectives What inspi…
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The author of Extraordinarily Badass Agile Coaching: The Journey from Beginner to Mastery and Beyond joins me on this week's episode of the Xagility podcast to discuss: How Bob got into Agile Coaching What does Bob mean by “Badass”? Serving your clients The new stances on the wheel of competency Different types of leadership The coaching act Meta s…
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Many organizations have become successful, over decades, by following tried and tested #management and #projectmanagement rules. Rules and regulations that are deeply embedded in the culture of the organization.As we encounter increasing degrees of complexity, the business case for #agile has been proven time and again, especially in the world of #…
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This week I am joined by Quinton Quartel to discuss the Fluid agile Scaling Technology (FaST) - both a method and a framework. What did we discuss? Quinton’s road to the beginning of FAST and the history of FAST How does open space work with 800 people? The power of open space What other ingredients do you need to help your teams work together more…
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How do you manage your energy when trying to foster/cultivate change? Here are a few helpful tips to manage the energy you bring to a situation.Enjoyed this episode? Let's connect: ⁠https://www.linkedin.com/in/johncolemanagilitychef/⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠https://linktr.ee/johncolemanxagility ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠- social and podcast links ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠https://linkpop.com/orderlydis…
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This week I am joined by the amazing Allan Kelly to discuss his book: Succeeding with OKRs in Agile: How to create & deliver objectives & key results for teams.In this episode: 1. Allan’s journey into OKR2. How do we implement OKRs in a healthy and helpful way?3. 1975 vs 2023 OKRs4. Strategy, mission and purpose5. You want to do OKRs: where do you …
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This week I had the pleasure of having Cliff Hazell talk about his time at Spotify, his journey into Flight Levels and what can you do when you need to deliver technical expertise when the capacity is already full? On the agenda:1. Cliff’s History 2. The usefulness of talking to people taking the calls every day 3. Helping leaders of scale-ups to g…
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Tom Gilb joins this week's episode of the Xagility podcast to tell us all about impact estimation tables, decomposing to deliver value and the laws of project success.In this episode:1. Impact Estimation Tables2. Simple symbols to indicate relationships3. Strategies carry the cost4. Value divided by effort and cost5. How do we know we are halfway t…
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This week, Luca Minudel joins the Xagility podcast to discuss his book "Living Complexity Practical applications of Human Complexity in software and digital products development" as well as dot voting and assessing complexity. On the agenda: Luca’s journey with complexity Luca’s experience with F1 & making changes during the race Lessons learned fr…
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On this week’s episode of the Xagility Podcast, Matthew Skelton tells all about his books: Team Topologies: organising business and technology teams for fast flow and Remote Team Interactions Workbook. On the agenda: Obstacles to fast flow Is team topologies optimised for fast flow? Sociotechnical systems How to get value to customers on an ongoing…
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Aimee Schuster joins me on this week's episode of the Xagility podcast to discuss all things marketing and sales. Join us as we discuss the following: Amy’s Marketing Background What does Amy’s work consist of Are organisations separating marketing and revenue? Is this effective? Can there be a one-function leader? Getting sales and marketing to co…
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This week on the Xagility podcast we brought the amazing John Hibbs to tell us all about his company, CoEfficient, and all the ways in which measuring organisational performance from the human perspective is beneficial. Tune in to hear us discuss a range of topics, such as psychological safety, toxic positivity and the Monergy model. On the agenda:…
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Welcome to the Xagility Podcast! In this episode, we explore the revolutionary approach of unFixed and its impact on agile team organization. Join us as we uncover the key differentiators between unFixed and team topologies, revealing how this innovative methodology enhances team dynamics and organizational agility. Discover the reasoning behind th…
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Are you ready to embrace the power of shared decision-making? Join us in this thought-provoking episode as we journey through the pages of Ted Rau's book, "Many Voices, One Song: Shared Power with Sociocracy." Challenge conventional notions of governance and step into a world where collaboration and inclusivity reign supreme. Let's unlock the poten…
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This week I am joined by Brian Robertson, the author of Holacracy: The Revolutionary Management system that abolishes hierarchy. Tune in to hear an insightful conversation about the problems and complexities of modern day management. In this episode we cover: The discovery of Holacracy Corporate antibodies & Holacracy How does Holacracy work and wh…
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This week I am joined by Cesario Ramos to discuss his latest book "Creating Agile Organizations", what is a product, where do former product owners go and dealing with dependencies. On the agenda: Structure, incentives & processes What is a product Where do former product owners go? Mindset & hiring policies Dependencies between teams Coaching & le…
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Do you tap your card to use Transport for London? Today, the man behind the system, Russ Lewis, joins me to discuss innovation at TFL, his book "An operating Model for Business Agility", his career, artificial intelligence & intellectual property as well as a deep dive into "the Chalice". Join us! About Russ Lewis: Russ has run 3 large and successf…
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What are the 3 primary challenges of project management that Kanplexity solves? Improving flow & feedback Figuring out what the right thing is to do How do we figure out what the right thing is to do But how does Kanplexity solve these problems? Enjoyed this episode? Let's connect: ⁠https://linktr.ee/johncolemanxagility ⁠- social and podcast links …
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We are undoubtedly living in a complex world but what impact has that had on the leaders of today and tomorrow? Enjoyed this episode? Let's connect: https://linktr.ee/johncolemanxagility - social and podcast links https://linkpop.com/orderlydisruption - order training from right here If you are interested in helping your team or organization achiev…
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Kanplexity is an alternative approach to product development and project management developed by John Coleman - X Agility - with the purpose of helping executive and leadership teams increase organizational agility and competitive advantage. The model uses kanban as an agile framework but isn't based exclusively on kanban, as many organizations do …
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We often celebrate the great agile leaders that make impressive breakthroughs in product and customer markets. We look to the best in our industry and draw inspiration from their words, actions, and remarkable ability to create resilient, effective organizations in the face of adversity. That said, we should also take time out to identify poor lead…
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In a simple or complicated environment, executives and #leadership teams know the answers upfront. They know a road needs to be built, they know how to build that road, how much it costs, and what steps are needed to build the road from point A to point Z. This provides a degree of certainty and you can invest money knowing that what you build is v…
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In the context of scrum, it is important that the productowner is focused on building the most valuable product, and that the developers have a clear sense of what the product is, what a platform for value delivery might be, and what kind of services are necessary to deliver value. Enjoyed this episode? Let's connect: https://linktr.ee/johncolemanx…
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Traditional project management tends to have a strong focus on efficiency, whilst #agile tends to have a strong focus on effectiveness.Efficiency is a strong focus on executing against a predetermined plan whilst optimizing resources. Effectiveness is a strong focus on building the most valuable product, in the most valuable way, at the most valuab…
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Since it's inception in 2001, #agile has come a long way. There are a number of great case studies that demonstrate the success of the approach, and there are phenomenal products and services that have been created using a variety of #agileframeworks.You do find that there is a lot of support at the individual and team level in the form of an #agil…
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Jim Benson is back again on the Xagility podcast. This time we talk about his book "The Collaboration Equation", lessons from billion dollar construction projects, obeya rooms, humble hubris, building what people need as well as leadership structure and unachievable KPIs. Join us on this fun and informative episode!About Jim Benson:After three deca…
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About Matthew Selbie: 20 years of international experience in the energy, retail, and software businesses. Successful strategic marketer with proven ability to grow revenues and brand equity. Managed internationally and domestically (US and Europe), services and product marketing, B2C and B2B, start up and mature businesses. Strong functional compe…
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About Tim Wigham: Tim believes that with strong leadership, a systematic approach, and stable technology, any competent team can achieve excellence. Over the last ten years, he has completely immersed myself in the business of accelerated improvement; supporting leaders and teams in the energy sector, to unlock their potential and exceed their expe…
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About Glaudia Califano: Glaudia started her Agile journey in a Scrum team. Over the years she enhanced her skills and knowledge by taking on different roles and responsibilities across a variety of disciplines such as Scrum Master, Product Ownership, Business Analysis, Service Delivery Management, Agile & Lean coaching. She has guided organizations…
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About Professor Rao: Professor M.S. Rao, Ph.D. is the Father of “Soft Leadership” and the Founder of MSR Leadership Consultants, India. He is an International Leadership Guru with forty-two years of experience and the author of fifty-two books including the award-winning ‘See the Light in You’ URL: https://www.amazon.com/See-Light-You-Spiritual-Min…
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Curious to deep dive into Organisational Topologies? This week the Xagility podcast hosts Alexey Krivistky and Roland Flemm to tell all. About Alexey Krivitsky: Alexey is the creator and consultant of Organisational Topologies. He is also a LeSS Coach, Scrum Master for Scaled Products, and Software Developer. He had also been a coach with Scrum All…
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Welcome back to the Xagility Podcast. In this episode I am delighted to be joined by Darren Linden to discuss change, development and transformation within an organization. 02:12 Recognizing that you're not the only expert in the room 06:58 Inflicting help when help is needed 15:05 Managing expectations about uncertainty 20:14 Is change ever finish…
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Matt Young, CEO of UserVoice and speaker within the product management circle joins John Coleman on the Xagility Podcast to discuss Scrum, Product management and listening to the customers opinions on products. About Matt: Matt is a leader in SaaS, product management, software engineering, with a passion for sustainable, high-performing teams. Chal…
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How did John start his career at Bose? How was the noise canceling headphones invention born? How do you market innovations? John Carter brings his immense knowledge and experience to this episode of the Xagility™ podcast. John Carter has been a widely respected adviser to technology firms over his career. John is the author of "Innovate Products F…
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Joe Justice, founder of WIKISPEED, brings his extensive expertise and humour on this episode of the Xagility podcast! Joe Justice is author of Scrum Master, published in 7 languages. Joe has worked with Bill Gates, the leadership team at Amazon, and operated the Agile program at Tesla for Elon Musk. Joe founded WIKISPEED which became an example of …
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Heidi Helfand joins me on this episode of the Xagility™ podcast to discuss her wonderful book: Dynamic Reteaming as well as her five patterns for dynamic reteaming. Packed with anecdotes and over two decades of experience, this episode is guaranteed to make you laugh, think and learn. Heidi Helfand is a software engineering leader with 20+ years of…
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The one and only Gene Gendel joins us on this episode of the Xagility™ podcast. Amongst other important topics, the speaker discusses important nuances such as the geographical restraint to agile adoption, whether LeSS is a framework and the importance of getting executives onboard with LeSS adoptions. 0:00 On the beginning of large scale scrum (Le…
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This week, the Xagility podcast has the pleasure of welcoming the amazing Bruce McCarthy. Bruce has authored Product Manager versus Project Manager and co-authored Product Roadmaps Reloaded: how to set direction while embracing uncertainty along with C Todd Lombardo, Evan Ryan, and Michael Connors. In this episode, Bruce and John discuss the defini…
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This week, the Xagility podcast has the pleasure of welcoming the amazing Bruce McCarthy. Bruce has authored Product Manager versus Project Manager and co-authored Product Roadmaps Reloaded: how to set direction while embracing uncertainty along with C Todd Lombardo, Evan Ryan, and Michael Connors. In this episode, Bruce and John discuss the defini…
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Jim Benson joins John Coleman on this week's episode to discuss a lifetime of experience, Jim's Book 'The Collaboration Equation', the system of humane management, leadership & tangibles as well as advice on how to tackle the common stakeholder question 'when will it be done?', what goes on in the obeya rooms and why the most beautiful boards look …
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Jim Benson joins John Coleman on this week's episode to discuss a lifetime of experience, Jim's Book 'The Collaboration Equation', the system of humane management, leadership & tangibles as well as advice on how to tackle the common stakeholder question 'when will it be done?', what goes on in the obeya rooms and why the most beautiful boards look …
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In this video version of the Xagility podcast, the incredible Indi Young joins me to talk about why you shouldn't look at a problem through the aperture of a solution and the effect this can have on overall performance. Packed with metaphors and anecdotes, this episode is the perfect mix of fun stories and incredible wisdom. Indi's website: https:/…
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In this video version of the Xagility podcast, the incredible Indi Young joins me to talk about why you shouldn't look at a problem through the aperture of a solution and the effect this can have on overall performance. Packed with metaphors and anecdotes, this episode is the perfect mix of fun stories and incredible wisdom. Indi's website: https:/…
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Jared M. Spool is a Maker of Awesomeness at Center Centre – UIE. Center Centre is the school he started with Leslie Jensen-Inman to create industry-ready User Experience Designers. UIE is Center Centre’s professional development arm, dedicated to understanding what it takes for organizations to produce competitively great products and services. In …
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The Xagility™ podcast has the immense pleasure of having the amazing Klaus Leopold on this week's episode. Tune in to hear Klaus talk about the beginning of his career, the start of Flight Levels and some fantastic case studies. 0:52 The Beginning of Klaus' career 4:37 The Birth of Flight Levels 6:08 Rethinking Agile & The Birth of Flight Levels Ac…
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This week, the Xagility podcast has the pleasure of hosting Dave Snowden to discuss his latest book, Cynefin weaving sense-making into the fabric of our world publication in 2020. Sit back, relax and enjoy. Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qLAyXnUx_TU Check out Dave's book here: https://www.cognitive-edge.com/cynefinbook/ --- Send …
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Have you ever wondered what makes Scrum teams effective? Perhaps you have found some theories online but do any of them have any scientific evidence? We bet not. This episode brings you 5 years worth of research by the extremely knowledgeable Christiaan Verwijs and Dr Daniel Russo. Throughout the last half decade, these two have embarked on a journ…
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Have you ever wondered what makes Scrum teams effective? Perhaps you have found some theories online but do any of them have any scientific evidence? We bet not. This episode brings you 5 years worth of research by the extremely knowledgeable Christiaan Verwijs and Dr Daniel Russo. Throughout the last half decade, these two have embarked on a journ…
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Ever wondered what the terms "Holacracy" and "Sociocracy" mean in the context of agile? How do we define and implement them? What is their effect? Well wonder no more, Robert Kinnerfelt joins this week's Xagility™ episode to provide you all the answers. Alongside the host, John Coleman, both speakers dive in the ins and outs of Holacracy and Socioc…
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Are you a manager? If so, would you consider coaching to be your responsibility? Do you consider that in your role as a manager, exercising coaching responsibility is one of the many cogs making a great company? If you answered "No", let us de-mystify why it is your responsibility and how this contributes to making a good company. Perhaps this snip…
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