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Inspiring Story! How Mahlodi Broke Into Scrum Mastering

Today’s episode is a launch party for my guests’ new book: “Human Centered Agile: A Unified Approach For Better Outcomes.” The book is a guide on how to apply Human-Centered Design (HCD) practices to an Agile product development model that is used widely throughout industry and government, where it is applied primarily to software and technology development efforts. This has been an ongoing industry challenge due to the fact that HCD prioritizes time spent understanding the problems to be solved (time spent in the problem space), while Agile prioritizes a fast hypothesize-and-deliver model (time spent in the solution space).

Book Launch Party: Human-Centered Agile

Today’s episode is a launch party for my guests’ new book: “Human Centered Agile: A Unified Approach For Better Outcomes.” The book is a guide on how to apply Human-Centered Design (HCD) practices to an Agile product development model that is used widely throughout industry and government, where it is applied primarily to software and technology development efforts. This has been an ongoing industry challenge due to the fact that HCD prioritizes time spent understanding the problems to be solved (time spent in the problem space), while Agile prioritizes a fast hypothesize-and-deliver model (time spent in the solution space).

What do coaching gymnastics and coaching Agile have in common? How Mike broke into Scrum

Mike is an highly experienced Agile Coach, Delivery Manager, SAFe Agilist, and Certified Scrum Master responsible for coordinating multiple concurrent development and delivery efforts throughout their full lifecycle in the public and private sectors. In his private life, Mike is also an elite gymnastics coach! Listen to hear the very relevant parallels!

Adarsh Mehrotra on DevOps, Blockchain and DevSecOps for Agile Sustainability

Adarsh is bringing a new perspective to this podcast because a lot of his work has to do with technical agile. And that’s where the rubber hits the road in agile transformations, because there’s no “look like.”You can’t just adopt some of the surface practices of agile and say that you are doing DevOps. No way. Read on for how to “get real” with technical agile.

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