The Illustrated Agile Podcast
By Len Lagestee
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A behind-the-scenes, personal, and in-depth look at the posts covered in the Illustrated Agile blog. We will cover important topics impacting the brave folks transforming their organization to greater agility. This podcast is for the catalysts...the ones in the trenches causing positive reactions as they work to bring joy and productivity into the workplace.
||CleanEpisode Nine: Bird Flocks and Simple Change||The natural tendency for many organizations is to add more process and more steps and more structure in times of uncertainty and change. And all this complexity breeds more complexity. More complexity breeds more oversight and governance. And move overs||6/5/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode Eight: Learning to Unlearn||Sometimes, we just need the chance to reboot. Listen in as Len Lagestee talks about a few coaching resolutions he introduced in the blog post “Learning to Unlearn.” As coaches, we often fall into the trap of wanting to do more, to add more, o||5/20/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode Seven: The Joy (and Pain) of Leaving||This day always comes and it always will…but it never gets easier. In the post “An Exit Strategy for the Agile Coach,” I discussed the journey from the time a coach arrives until the time has come for them to go. This arc of interaction starts wit||5/2/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode Six: Change, or Else!||Maybe we should change. Change! We really better change. Oh, forget it. Most organizations know they need to change to keep up with our fast-paced world. Some ignore this need, others demand it, while even more will try to change through sheer willpower||1/23/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode Five: Resolutions||All day…every day. Thousands of micro-choices we make individually will ultimately reflect the collective organizational culture we deserve. There are no shortcuts. Our culture is the sum of how we behave with each other. Listen to Len Lagestee sha||1/2/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode Four: An Exit Strategy for the Agile Coach||Agile coach Len Lagestee digs deeper into the post “An Exit Strategy for the Agile Coach.” An Agile coach should be thinking about shaping an environment where people in an organization can learn and self-heal, can sustain the change they are||10/30/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode Three: Even Happier Product Owners||The role of a product owner in an organization transforming to greater agility brings its share of challenges but can also be quite fulfilling. Listen to Len Lagestee talk about the blog post “Even Happier Product Owners” and share his experi||10/9/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode Two: Four Insights for an Agile Coach||This one gets a little personal. Listen to Len Lagestee share some of the insights into his own growth and development as an Agile coach detailed in the post “4 Insights for an Agile Coach.” From acceptance to amplification, there is somethin||9/26/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode One: The Togetherness of Agile||The first ever Illustrated Agile podcast episode. Listen to Len Lagestee give a behind-the-scenes look into the origins of the blog post “The Togetherness of Agile.” 15 minutes packed with stories and practical advice for those doing the hard||9/17/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
Sounds like Len is speaking right to me
It's crazy how similar so many company cultures are and how their problems exist everywhere. It's inspiring and exciting to know that others have been where my company has been and overcome with a little guidance and excitement. Great content and amazing quality.
The Human Side of Agile
The focus on Agile tends to be on practices and technology, the real focus of Agile sholuld be on people, relatipobnships, and growth; with practices and technology in a supporting role.
The Illustrated Agile Podcast has this focus on people, repationships, and growth.
Very easy inspirational and relatable