Agile Coaching Network

The overpowering scrum master, techniques to help traditional companies, product owner empowerment, small chunks of work, and long lived teams

October 23, 2018 Episode 23
Agile Coaching Network
The overpowering scrum master, techniques to help traditional companies, product owner empowerment, small chunks of work, and long lived teams
Chapters
00:00:00
Introduction
00:01:04
Agile Narrative Project: "Yes, master!" the story of the overpowering scrum master
00:18:35
What coaching techniques do people use to gain leverage and traction when undertaking an Agile transformation in a more traditional environment?
00:31:32
Is it possible to release plan without planning out sprints in advance when you are working on three projects at one time?
00:36:40
How do you convince leaders to give Product Owners the authority they need?
00:39:50
What are ways to persuade teams of the value of breaking their work down into very small chunks?
00:45:03
The org leadership doesn’t get how long lived teams are superior to “deploying resources to projects,” sources to explain the behavioral science behind teams?
00:49:54
Wrap up
Agile Coaching Network
The overpowering scrum master, techniques to help traditional companies, product owner empowerment, small chunks of work, and long lived teams
Oct 23, 2018 Episode 23
Agile Alliance
In this episode, we talk about (01:04) the Agile Narrative Project story of the overpowering scrum master, (18:35) what coaching techniques do people use to gain leverage and traction when undertaking an Agile transformation in a more traditional environment?, (31:32) is it possible to release plan without planning out sprints in advance when you are working on three projects at one time?, (36:40) How do you convince leaders to give Product Owners the authority they need?, (39:50) What are ways to persuade teams of the value of breaking their work down into very small chunks?, (45:03) The org leadership doesn’t get how long-lived teams are superior to “deploying resources to projects,” sources to explain the behavioral science behind teams? , (49:54) wrap up.
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In this episode, we talk about (01:04) the Agile Narrative Project story of the overpowering scrum master, (18:35) what coaching techniques do people use to gain leverage and traction when undertaking an Agile transformation in a more traditional environment?, (31:32) is it possible to release plan without planning out sprints in advance when you are working on three projects at one time?, (36:40) How do you convince leaders to give Product Owners the authority they need?, (39:50) What are ways to persuade teams of the value of breaking their work down into very small chunks?, (45:03) The org leadership doesn’t get how long-lived teams are superior to “deploying resources to projects,” sources to explain the behavioral science behind teams? , (49:54) wrap up.



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Introduction
Agile Narrative Project: "Yes, master!" the story of the overpowering scrum master
What coaching techniques do people use to gain leverage and traction when undertaking an Agile transformation in a more traditional environment?
Is it possible to release plan without planning out sprints in advance when you are working on three projects at one time?
How do you convince leaders to give Product Owners the authority they need?
What are ways to persuade teams of the value of breaking their work down into very small chunks?
The org leadership doesn’t get how long lived teams are superior to “deploying resources to projects,” sources to explain the behavioral science behind teams?
Wrap up
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