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A podcast for business leaders looking for new ways to accelerate their team’s performance and improve their organization’s results. Listen as former F-15 Fighter Pilot turned business improvement expert, Joel “Thor” Neeb, shares his lessons learned in creating organizational alignment and developing a culture of disciplined execution to improve business performance. He will also interview other business leaders, industry experts and inspiring individuals that will motivate you to get out of ...
 
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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“Many people in organizations think they are just too complex to have that business agility. However, as a company, AT&T proved that we could pivot and establish new ways of working to meet an urgent need.” What started with a small Agile group in 2012 has evolved into a growing effort to scale Agile across AT&T—a large enterprise with 200,000+ emp…
 
The best way to improve your skills is through practice. But practicing the wrong way can lead to bad habits. In this episode of the SAFe Business Agility podcast, SPCT Dwayne Stroman discusses the concept of “practice makes permanent” and how it helps drive a successful SAFe implementation.
 
Technical expert, cat-herder, change leader, entrepreneur. Lots of terms have been used to describe an architect. But a marine pilot? In today’s episode of the SAFe Business Agility podcast, senior consultant at cPrime and SPCT candidate Steve Adolph joins us to talk about that metaphor, plus the importance of the architect role, and why it doesn’t…
 
In between running the Value Stream and ART Identification Workshop and actually launching an ART lies an informal process to determine what people should be involved where. And when that informal process is rushed, it can lead to less than optimal outcomes. At least that’s what SPCT Marshall Guillory experienced as he worked with organizations at …
 
Sometimes an Agile transformation is a lot harder than it needs to be. It can happen when an organization is launching an ART, or it can happen during something as simple as helping an individual team improve its demos. So how do you spot that friction and remove it from your transformation? In this episode, Eric Willeke, SAFe Fellow and founder of…
 
A continuous learning culture can positively impact an organization’s performance, innovation, competency, and competitive advantage. But what exactly is it and how do you create one in your organization? In this episode, Jeff Shupack, SAFe Fellow and SPCT at Product and Team, joins us to define continuous learning culture, explain why it’s importa…
 
Lean-Agile practices thrive in a trust-based environment. And leaders play a huge role in creating that environment for everyone in the organization. But leadership skills and behaviors aren’t necessarily intuitive for all leaders. And leaders often don’t get the help they need to learn how to evolve and grow in their role. In this episode, Dr. Ste…
 
Learning doesn’t just start in the classroom. It continues as learners take the knowledge they’ve gained and apply it to their role. So, how can instructors and trainers create a more powerful learning experience and give learners the support they need to grow? In this episode, we turn to our Scaled Agile colleagues, Tamara Nation, director of prod…
 
When people think of intelligence, most associate it with IQ. But emotional intelligence is actually a better indication of how a person will succeed in their career. In this episode, Jennifer Fawcett, SAFe Fellow and semi-retired Agile coach, consultant, and speaker, joins us to discuss emotional intelligence, how it can help individuals and organ…
 
Defining and effectively managing value streams can translate to satisfied customers and competitive advantage. But what is value stream management and how does it relate to SAFe? In this episode, Richard Knaster, SAFe Fellow and vice president and chief scientist at Digital AI, and Marc Rix continue their conversation about why value stream manage…
 
Defining and effectively managing value streams can translate to satisfied customers and competitive advantage. But what is value stream management and how does it relate to SAFe? In this episode, Richard Knaster, SAFe Fellow and vice president and chief scientist at Digital AI, and Marc Rix, SAFe Fellow and principal consultant at Scaled Agile exp…
 
How can we create behavioural change in Agile teams through coaching? That's the topic of Laura Re Turner's new book titled 'Becoming Agile: Coaching Behavioural Change for Business Results.' In this episode of the Peaky Agilist podcast we explore the 6 step framework Laura has written about. --------------------------------------------------------…
 
In this episode we explore the value of visualising your organisation's value streams and how it can help reveal your biggest blockers to agility. ------------------------------------------ This episode is sponsored by Emergence, the journal of business agility. Use the promo code "peaky" to get a 10% discount on your annual subscription. Visit htt…
 
Objectives and key results (OKRs) are essential in guiding an organization in its Lean-Agile transformation. But what exactly are OKRs and how and why should leaders use them? In this episode, Vikas Kapila, SPCT at Enterprise Agility Consulting, shares three business agility transformation OKRs that leaders can use to accelerate adoption and outcom…
 
In this episode we explore insights from Chris Stone on the differences between Agile Coaching and Scrum Mastery. Chris talks of his journey into Agile and shares his passion for creating themed Retrospectives and many more… ------------------------------------------ This episode is sponsored by Emergence, the journal of business agility. Use the p…
 
Three technology trends—artificial intelligence (AI), big data, and cloud—are converging to provide new ways of understanding, managing, and transforming products and services. What does that mean for enterprises now and in the future? In this episode, Dean Leffingwell, Scaled Agile co-founder and SAFe chief methodologist shares highlights from his…
 
Implementing Lean Portfolio Management (LPM) is a complex journey—one that an organization might not get a second chance to roll out. In this episode, Phil Gardiner, SAFe practice leader, executive consultant, and SPCT with Applied Frameworks, joins us to discuss how organizations can successfully launch and evolve their LPM implementation.…
 
Organizational politics. Skeptical leaders. Differing perspectives and assumptions on how the organization actually delivers value. There are lots of potential hurdles to clear when an organization embarks on a Lean-Agile journey. In this episode, Adam Mattis, SPCT at Scaled Agile, joins us to discuss how business architecture affects value stream …
 
In this episode we speak to Wendy Redshaw about her journey as a female executive and the challenges she has overcome. Wendy shares insights into the future of Banking and reveals her biggest tips for leadership in the digital age. ------------------------------------------ This episode is sponsored by Emergence, the journal of business agility. Us…
 
In direct response to customer feedback, the Framework team recently released a significant update to its guidance on SAFe® Metrics. In this episode, Andrew Sales, member of the Framework team and SAFe Fellow, joins us to explain what’s changed, why these changes are important, and where enterprises can find key resources to help them apply the new…
 
Lean Portfolio Management (LPM) is gaining momentum among enterprises seeking to connect strategy and execution with the teams that are doing the work. In this episode, SPCT Deema Dajani speaks with us about LPM and how to implement it.Scaled Agile による
 
“We reorganized our company from three distinct business units to a functionally aligned organization, where everyone is responsible for delivering value to the customer.” In this episode, we talk to Janice Murray and Adrienne Dieball at ACT.org about revisiting the organization’s value streams and Agile Release Trains (ARTs). Find out the aha mome…
 
Jo is an experienced voice over artist with a fully equipped professional home voice over studio, complete with Source Connect, meaning she can deliver impeccable audio quality recordings that are both secure and in real-time to any client no matter where they are in the world.She has a versatile voice that will move and amuse you and has worked on…
 
When enterprises extend SAFe into the business, complexities can arise as people within organizational value streams interact with those in development value streams. In this episode, members of our panel share their insights and stories from the field about the role of the operational and development value streams in an enterprise’s journey toward…
 
Release Train Engineers (RTEs) play an important role in aligning the organization. In this episode, we talk to Kimberly Lejonö and Carl Starendal, both former RTEs and experienced Agile coaches, who share their tips for RTEs just getting started in their role. And we’ll dive into some questions we hear from RTEs in the field around inspiring chang…
 
What happens when the strategy set by an organization’s leaders is disconnected from the work that’s actually happening on the Agile Release Train? In this episode, SAFe® Fellow and SPCT Eric Willeke joins us to discuss how to get leadership to focus on strategic direction, and how to make sure people on the trains know the why (not just the what) …
 
In part two of our scrum master tips and tricks series, Madi Fisher and Sam Ervin are back with even more advice. In this episode, we talk about managing timeboxes, why communication and trust within teams are so important, and how to be an awesome scrum master.Scaled Agile による
 
While lots of people are still working remotely, some are returning to company offices, creating hybrid team environments. What does this new normal mean for collaboration within Agile teams? We turned to two of our scrum masters, Madi Fisher and Sam Ervin, to find out.Scaled Agile による
 
Many organizations that develop and deliver software have been practicing Agile for a decade, if not longer. That hasn’t typically been the case for organizations developing hardware, until now. In this episode, Harry Koehnemann, Principal Contributor at Scaled Agile, joins us to discuss why organizations developing hardware are under pressure to d…
 
This is part 2 of the amazing conversation with Joe Justice, founder of WIKISPEED. Joe Justice Joe applied agile to automotive manufacturing in 2006, founding Team WIKISPEED, and set 4 world records. WIKISPEED became the first automotive manufacturer to accept Bitcoin in 2012, and was featured on the cover of Bitcoin Magazine issue #3. Joe Justice …
 
This is part 1 of the amazing conversation with Joe Justice, founder of WIKISPEED. Joe Justice Joe applied agile to automotive manufacturing in 2006, founding Team WIKISPEED, and set 4 world records. WIKISPEED became the first automotive manufacturer to accept Bitcoin in 2012, and was featured on the cover of Bitcoin Magazine issue #3. Joe Justice …
 
It’s hard to practice SAFe effectively and achieve business agility if your key stakeholders aren’t fully engaged at the right levels. In this episode, Charlene Cuenca, principal consultant and SPCT at Icon Agility, joins us to discuss why business owners are critical to successfully connect strategy to execution—and deliver better business outcome…
 
Organizations practicing SAFe create value streams to accelerate time to value. But what’s the difference between an operational and a development value stream? How do they coexist to optimize flow? And how are value streams critical to achieving business agility? In this episode, Ian Spence, SAFe Fellow and Chief Scientist at Ivar Jacobson Interna…
 
Without internal alignment on a clear definition of value, how can an organization quickly respond to changing customer demands? In this episode, Shawn Lowe, business agility advisor at Accenture│SolutionsIQ, joins us to discuss how to bring clarity to what value is, as well as its effect on customer satisfaction and achieving business agility.…
 
Earlier this year, we introduced new updates to SAFe® 5, including the new 5.1 Big Picture, several new articles, improvements to existing articles, and more. Andrew Sales, member of the Framework team and SAFe Fellow joins us to share details about the evolution of SAFe and explain why we’ve taken a slightly different approach with this release.…
 
In this episode we speak to Karen Witchalls-Plunkett about how to build confidence for public speaking and in front of the camera. This episode is packed full of tips and tricks you can immediately put into action. Karen Witchalls-PlunkettKaren Witchalls-Plunkett has over 25 years of experience in broadcast journalism, presenting and public speakin…
 
Leaders cultivate success by exemplifying behaviors that align with their organization’s values, and by integrating these values into their decision-making processes. In this episode, Audrey Boydston, SPCT and Scaled Agile senior consultant, joins us to talk about leading with intention, and why core values are so important personally and professio…
 
Agile Coaching is becoming more and more important for teams to unlock innovation and over come challenges. In this episode Bani Sodhi and I teamed up and had the privilege of hosting 2 amazing Agile Coaches who each brought a different perspective, Erin Bolk (Expert Agile Coach) & Kerri Sutey (Agile Coach at Google). Bani Sodhi - Co-host A spiritu…
 
Many large finance and technology companies are vying for market share in a very competitive space. In this 50th episode of the SAFe Business Agility Podcast, we talk with Oden Hughes from American Express. She joins us to discuss what the company is doing to improve its business and technical agility and provide the best customer experience.…
 
While Agile practices often translate well in development and marketing organizations, it’s more challenging to apply them in other areas of the business. In this episode, Gez Smith discusses key topics around Agile HR, including where it makes the most sense and some implementation tips.Scaled Agile による
 
Organizations worldwide are shifting their focus toward customer centricity for lots of reasons, including to build loyalty and drive revenue. But an amazing customer experience isn’t just about customers. In this episode, Tiffani Bova shares her advice about why organizations need to start by creating a great employee experience.…
 
Erin is a longtime agile, coactive, and ORSC coach with a deep passion for serving people, teams, and organizations. Through her work with her coaching and consulting practice, Ad Meliora Coaching, she helps her clients to find the pain points and then reimagine a new way forward. Her goal in all that she does is simple: happy people doing great wo…
 
In 1995, author and advisor Geoffrey Moore released Inside the Tornado, the second book in his popular three-part marketing series that offers strategies to get products into the mainstream market. Twenty-five years later, is the guidance in the book still relevant? In this episode, Dean Leffingwell takes over the mic to find out from the author hi…
 
Gamestorming is a set of practices for facilitating innovation in the business world. A facilitator leads a group towards some goal by way of a game, a structured activity that provides scope for thinking freely, even playfully. If you would like to know more about Gamestorming checkout the awesome website: https://gamestorming.com David Mastronard…
 
While the title release train engineer, or RTE, is specific to SAFe®, the role exists under different names, such as Agile delivery lead, and is critical to managing the flow of value in an organization. In this episode, SAFe Fellow Carl Starendal joins us to define exactly what problem the RTE solves, explore patterns and anti-patterns, and discus…
 
From their origins in software development, Agile practices are expanding to business teams, including marketing. But making that happen requires a different mindset and tactics. In this second of two episodes, host Tim Shisler speaks with three Agile marketing experts to compare and contrast the similarities and differences between Agile transform…
 
From their origins in software development, Agile practices are expanding to business teams, including marketing. But making that happen requires a different mindset and tactics. In this first of two episodes, host Tim Shisler speaks with three Agile marketing experts to compare and contrast the similarities and differences between Agile transforma…
 
Jeff Gothelf helps organizations build better products and executives build the cultures that build better products. He is the co-author of the award-winning book Lean UX and the Harvard Business Review Press book Sense & Respond, and his latest book Forever Employable. Jeff works as a coach, consultant, and keynote speaker helping companies bridge…
 
There are lots of key roles associated with SAFe—Business Owners, Product Managers, Release Train Engineers, Scrum Masters. But probably the most ubiquitous is the SAFe coach, a role that’s elemental throughout all of SAFe’s core competencies. But it’s also a role that doesn’t have its own guidance article on the SAFe website. In this episode, SAFe…
 
In this ongoing series, our customers and partners share their stories from the field about working with SAFe ceremonies and implementations. This episode features Vikas Kapila, SPCT at Enterprise Agility Consulting, who talks to us about the various patterns he’s seen in PI Planning and the impact they’ve had on organizations’ outcomes.…
 
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