Agile 2018 Interviews: Day One
This year, at Agile 2018, we had a ton of thought leaders from the Agile community stop by the set of SoundNotes to talk about the state of the industry, give us sneak previews of their speaker sessions, and to promote their latest projects/endeavors. As always, it was a blast catching up with everyone and we’re already looking forward to next year.
We streamed all the interviews—live—on our Facebook page, but here they are again…in case you missed them.
Johanna Rothman and Mark Kilby
Mark and Johanna Co-Presented a talk at Agile 2018 entitled: You have to Say More There: Effective Communication in a Distributed Agile Team
Their book is called From Chaos to Successful Distributed Agile Teams it can be purchased on LeanPub
Johanna led another session at Agile 2018: Agile and Lean Roadmapping
Mark also led an additional session at Agile 2018: Agile Distributed Teams—Oxymoron or Option?
Mark: markkilby.com /Twitter
LeadingAgile’s very own CEO, Mike Cottmeyer, stopped by the booth to talk about his Agile 2018 speaker session entitled: Agile Transformation Explained.
To download the white paper that corresponds to Mike’s talk click the link below:
Download the White Paper
Mike: leadingagile.com/ Twitter
Erika Lenz and Michele Sliger
Unfortunately, due to technical difficulties, the first part of this interview was not recorded.
Erika and Michele’s session at Agile 2018: Verbal Agility – Facilitation Tips and Techniques
Erika Lenz: erikalenz.com/ Twitter
Michele Sliger sligerconsulting.com/ Twitter
Ron Jeffries and Chet Hendrickson
Ron and Chet’s Agile 2018 Session: Ask Us Almost Anything – Ron and Chet
Experience Agile is taking place in Lisbon, Portugal on October 1-2
Ron Jeffries: RonJeffries.com/ Twitter
Chet Hendrickson: hendricksonxp.com/ Twitter
Our very own CFO, Paul Argiry led a session at Agile 2018 entitled:
Addressing Your CFO’s Concerns to an Enterprise-Wide Agile Transformation
Paul: leadingagile.com/ LinkedIn
Linda’s Agile 2018 Sessions
Ask Me Almost Anything
Thinking Fast and Slow – So What Can We Do About It
Linda’s books include
The Pattern Almanac 2000
Fearless Change: Patterns for Introducing New Ideas
More Fearless Change
Linda: lindarising.org/ Twitter
Ask me Almost Anything
Going Beyond “Are we Doomed: to Sticky, Tricky and Icky?” Shining a Light on Sexism at Work w/ Sharon Buckmaster
Liftoff: Launching Agile Projects and Teams with Ainsley Nies
Agile Retrospectives with Esther Derby
Diana: agilefluency.org/ Twitter
Bob led a session at Agile 2018 entitled: Agile Road Trip: Lessons from a Coach at Toyota
Bob: zen-pm.blogspot.com/ Twitter