Episode 86 : Sticky Notes and Agile Stuff

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The Agile Revolution RocksRenee sets the tone for the Podcast, talking sticky notes and a great new app Post it plus by 3m and tests them live on the podcast .

This week the team talk about :

  • Are performance reviews a waste of time ? Review from the Business insider
  • @agilescout Remove your constraints article piques Tony’s interest and then ends up with a debate around star treks relevance
  • Renee interrupts to provide the results of her tests with the sticky notes app

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Episode 85: Scrum Australia 2014 Vox Pop

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ScrumAusTony and and sometimes over modulated Craig (with Renee popping up from time to time) roam the floor at lunchtime at Scrum Australia in Sydney and talk to some interesting Scrum folks along the way about their thoughts on the conference and the Scrum community in general:

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Episode 78: Renee-Renee-Renee

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ReneeYes they’re at it again ! The revolutionists bring forth their innermost thoughts on the life the universe and most importantly Agile . Oh yeah and Craig and Tony ask the question repeatedly ….Renee,Renee……Renee

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Episode 77: Agile Australia 2014 Vox Pop #2

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AgileAus2014At Agile Australia 2014 in Melbourne, Craig and Renee grab the microphone again and wander the conference foyer in one of the breaks looking for interesting people in the Australian Agile community to ask them about what they are working on and their views of the conference.

The people they harassed include:

  • Tyson Nutt – believes giving teams empowerment is part of the core of strong Agile teams, Rachel Botsman on disruption was a highlight
  • Stephanie BySouth – enjoyed seeing new speakers and attendees and that we are taking agile outside of IT, looking to bring collaborative innovation into the space, co-organiser of Agile Coaching Circles Melbourne
  • Dipesh Pala – IBM is realising we don’t do Agile to our clients, we do Agile with our clients, spoke on how leaders can recognise the humans in our teams
  • Chris Chan – holocracy and the concept of no managers is pushing the boundaries, co-organiser of Agile…

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