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Steve Denning: Courage to Ignore Limits
Courage to Ignore Limits Richard Kasperowski interviews Steve Denning, author of The Age of Agile and contributor to Forbes.com. Steve talks about courage, openness to diverse viewpoints, and ignoring limits – working around the team’s constraints. Contact Steve at https://stevedenning.com, and check out his book, The Age of Agile, at https://kspr.co/theageofagile. Join hundreds of high-performers and subscribe to Richard’s newsletter at https://kasperowski.com.
Wendy Wong: Complementary Skills & Work Styles
Complementary Skills & Work Styles Richard Kasperowski interviews Wendy Wong, Senior Director of Product Management at Constant Contact. Wendy discusses opt-in team formation, complementary skills and work styles, and the right number of people on a team. Connect with Wendy at firstname.lastname@example.org. Join hundreds of high-performers and subscribe to Richard’s newsletter at https://kasperowski.com.
Eugene Krylov: Invite Your Customers to the Sprint Review
Richard Kasperowski interviews Eugene Krylov, VP of Engineering at HealthEdge. Eugene discusses learning, short feedback cycles, and inviting your actual customers to your sprint reviews. Connect with Eugene at https://www.linkedin.com/in/ekrylov, visit HealthEdge at https://www.healthedge.com, and listen to HealthEdge’s CEO’s podcast at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/breaking-health/. To support this podcast, sign up for my newsletter at https://kasperowski.com.
Judy Rees: When You Listen Better, Your Teammates Think Better
When You Listen Better, Your Teammates Think Better Richard Kasperowski interviews Judy Rees. Judy is an author and an expert on Clean Language and distributed teams. Judy and I chat about attentive listening as the most important element of her best team ever. If you enjoy this conversation with Judy, be sure to check out her work at https://judyrees.co.uk/. Judy has a class on Clean Language coming up on March 9, 2018, in London https://kasperowski.com/event/london. Join hundreds of...
The McCarthys and the Origin of the Core Protocols
Jim and Michele McCarthy share the origins of the Core Protocols. The Core Protocols describe the behaviors of the best teams in the world. Jim and Michele observed teams in their lab and in industry until they understand the common behaviors that the best teams shared. The documented these behaviors and share them with the world as the Core Protocols. This episode is adapted from a guest lecture that Jim and Michele gave during Richard’s course, CSCI E-71 Agile Software Development, at...
Self-aware individuals are the building blocks of high-performance teams. This episode is a segment of Richard’s talk at Craft 2017 in Budapest. Self-aware individuals are the building blocks of high-performance teams. Richard shares information and activities to help you build self-awareness within yourself. View the session sides at https://www.slideshare.net/rkasper/highperformance-teams-culture-and-core-protocols.
Something About Love
How to build awesome relationships using the Core Protocols This is a workshop Richard facilitated at Heartspace Teachings in San Jose, CA, in July 2017. View the workshop slides at https://www.slideshare.net/rkasper/something-about-love-awesome-relationships-fueled-by-love.