Once you reach the point where you're ready to pursue a job in Agile, the next hurdle you'll often face is, “How?” Convincing someone to give you a jo...View Details

Many organizations begin their journey toward becoming Agile by selecting a few initial teams or projects that are set up to test out how Agile will i...View Details

This week in LeadingAgile’s SoundNotes, we’re focusing on Objectives and Key Results (OKRs).  Andrew Young joins Dave to talk about this history of OK...View Details

Getting a few teams up and running using Scrum, Kanban, or some other form of Agile is great. But that doesn’t necessarily mean your organization has ...View Details

Training is a vital piece of today’s business climate. It’s typically at the forefront of conversations around development or growth, but what is the ...View Details

In this episode of SoundNotes, LeadingAgile Managing Consultant, Greg DePasquale explains what Outcome-Based Planning is, how it works, why it's so cr...View Details

When we are trying to figure out what products to build, we have to develop a deep understanding of the problem we are solving. To do that, we have to...View Details

Over the past few years, there has been an increasing push within organizations to move from a project-oriented mindset to a more product-focused appr...View Details

In many organizations, the group responsible for procurement, and the processes they follow, were established under a traditional (waterfall) approach...View Details

In this episode of SoundNotes, Ross Beurmann joins Dave to talk about the difference between Leadership and Management. Although many confuse the two ...View Details

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