Agile for Humans™ is a weekly podcast dedicated to the individuals and interactions that make agile work. The goal is to help create safe and collaborative working environments where people are empowered to do their best work.
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Todd discusses how to monitor work item age using Kanban. Discover how to define work's start and end points and how work item age is calculated. Learn about the tracking tools and how to monitor it using a traditional card-based board manually. For ... more
A listener asks about the International Scrum Institute and its legitimacy. We've never heard of it, so we direct listeners to other ways to get trained and certified. more
A listener asks about the challenges faced by an infrastructure team working in Kanban, juggling two different tracking systems. This video delves into the complications of handling disjointed work and suggests streamlining processes using tools like... more
I stumbled across this podcast via LinkedIn. This has been such a great resource for me as I begin my career as a certified scrum master and project manager. I am looking forward to implement what I’ve been doing for years in a more official and effective way to maximize growth, and this podcast helps answer questions that I sometimes ask myself throughout the process.
Highly recommended for any Scrum Masters and Agile coaches. Episodes contain insights which can be instantly applied in your role.
I agree with Adrien. The sound is painfully distorted. I'd take it down.
Wow you guys are great but your geography is embarrassing for such supposedly intelligent gents. London is capital city of England. Lake District is in England. England is not in Scotland.
I am watching from oldest to me so ignore comments if addressed. if you want to include management, stop calling them "they"
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Agile for Humans launched 9 years ago and published 620 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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