Hot 30 with Matty – 7 May 2021

The Hot 30 with Matty, counting down the hottest 30 songs in Australia as voted by you.

  • Baby Shark come back!
  • Craig Smith with your entertainment news and the U.K. Top 5
  • Steve Rickertt’s Hit Pick
  • The Juice Media
  • Richard Tucker with the U.S. Top 5
  • Your requests and shout outs
  • 1800 646 376
  • request@hot30withmatty.com
  • @hot30oz

Heard Coast to Coast on over 65 stations in Australia and 25+ around the world.

Hot 30 with Matty – 30 April 2021

The Hot 30 with Matty, counting down the hottest 30 songs in Australia as voted by you.

  • Craig Smith with your entertainment news and the U.K. Top 5
  • Steve Rickertt’s Hit Pick
  • The Juice Media
  • Richard Tucker with the U.S. Top 5
  • Your requests and shout outs
  • 1800 646 376
  • request@hot30withmatty.com
  • @hot30oz

Heard Coast to Coast on over 65 stations in Australia and 25+ around the world.

Hot 30 with Matty – 23 April 2021

The Hot 30 with Matty, counting down the hottest 30 songs in Australia as voted by you.

  • Worldwide Exclusive Randay – What I Gotta Do – heard and played first in the world!
  • Craig Smith with your entertainment newss and the U.K. Top 5
  • Steve Rickertt’s Hit Pick
  • The Juice Media
  • Richard Tucker with the U.S. Top 5
  • Your requests and shout outs
  • 1800 646 376
  • request@hot30withmatty.com
  • @hot30oz

Heard Coast to Coast on over 65 stations in Australia and 25+ around the world.

Hot 30 with Matty – 16 April 2021

The Hot 30 with Matty, counting down the hottest 30 songs in Australia.

  • Craig Smith with your latest Gossip and the U.K. Top 5
  • Steve Rickertt’s Hit Pick
  • The Juice Media
  • Richard Tucker with the U.S. Top 5
  • Your requests and shout outs
  • 1800 646 376
  • request@hot30withmatty.com

Heard Coast to Coast on over 65 stations in Australia and 25+ around the world.

Hot 30 with Matty – 9 April 2021

The Hot 30 with Matty, counting down the hottest 30 songs in Australia.

  • Craig Smith with your latest Gossip and the U.K. Top 5
  • Steve Rickertt’s Hit Pick
  • The Juice Media
  • Richard Tucker with the U.S. Top 5
  • Your requests and shout outs
  • 1800 646 376
  • request@hot30withmatty.com

Heard Coast to Coast on over 65 stations in Australia and 25+ around the world.

Episode 194: Business Agility Sparks at Lithespeed with Sanjiv Augustine

The Agile Revolution Podcast

Renee and Craig are at Agile2019 in Washington, DC and catch up with Sanjiv Augustine, author of “Managing Agile Projects” and “Scaling Agile” and founder and CEO of Lithespeed:

  • Craig’s InfoQ interview with Sanjiv
  • “Leadership is about managing change while management is about managing complexity… you need to be both”
  • Lithespeed = flexible speed
  • Reinventing Organisations” by Frederick Laloux and the Morningstar model
  • The Agile community is excited about the benefits of the teal level but not the responsibility
  • Business Agility Sparks – need to shift left from IT to the business and shift right to DevOps and shift up into leadership
  • What makes you successful at the executive level is working with others
  • Agile Value Management Office (VMO) is a cross functional leadership team that manages the flow of work from end to end
  • PMO is more oriented towards best practices process, whereas…

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Hot 30 with Matty – 2 April 2021

The Hot 30 with Matty, counting down the hottest 30 songs in Australia.

  • Craig Smith with your latest Gossip and the U.K. Top 5
  • Steve Rickertt’s Hit Pick
  • The Juice Media
  • Richard Tucker with the U.S. Top 5
  • Your requests and shout outs
  • 1800 646 376
  • request@hot30withmatty.com

Heard Coast to Coast on over 65 stations in Australia and 25+ around the world.

Agile Coaching Exchange: MidTN – Agile Coaching Ethics: The Powerful Questions Behind What, Why & How

ACEMy talk from Agile Coaching Exchange: MidTN called “The Powerful Questions Behind What, Why & How” is available on Slideshare.

In this session we will look into the work that the community is doing as part of the Agile Alliance around Agile Coaching Ethics. We will ask why the work is needed, what has been done so far and what we can do as a community to support this work.

Many thanks to Jessica Katz for inviting me to present this session.

Culture & Methods Trends Report March 2021

  • COVID-19 was the biggest driver of culture change in the last year
  • There are dramatic differences between good and bad remote work cultures
  • Management practices are evolving to adapt to the new ways of working and the expectations of the workforce
  • Creating real psychological safety and focusing on employee experience is hard, but pays off in terms of engagement, motivation and outcomes
  • Ethical issues, diversity and inclusion and tech for good make a difference and need to be addressed purposefully.

COVID-19 was the largest influence of change in the culture and methods space in 2020 and the knock on effects in 2021 are driving many of the trends we see at this time.  The previous trends report was released early in the pandemic and we now have a year’s worth of content to explore how the IT world has adapted and responded. There have been many examples of great collaboration, teamwork and adapting to new ways of working along with plenty of stories of hardship, Zoom Fatigue, mental and physical health challenges and other impacts as people have adapted to working from home, managers have changed long-held beliefs about remote work and organisations have adopted new technologies to support the shift.

Source: Culture & Methods Trends Report March 2021

Engineering Culture Trends Report – March 2021

In this podcast the Culture and Methods editorial team discuss their views on the current state and trends in the Culture and Methods area that they monitor.  The editorial team consists of Ben Linders, Craig Smith, Doug Talbot, Raf Gemmail, Shaaron Alvares and Shane Hastie. Unfortunately Shaaron was unable to join in the recording, however her perspectives are included in this and in the accompanying trends report article.

Source: Engineering Culture Trends Report – March 2021