Today we are playing an interview with Michele play fair. Michele describes herself as a Catalyst, glube, connection maker and faux Pa. on her twitter profile, but officially goes by the title of Exec director of YOW conferences. She has a background in technology and education and her job is even more diverse now in her director role for YOW.Read More
Today a mini hack and it’s all about resisting the urge to perfect things, and why you can’t let perfect get in the way of good.Read More
Well here’s something that’s come from the Agile community, Hannah Browne has left Cevo.
Hannah Browne was interviewed by me in November of 2017 when she was the GM of Cevo. She is very active in the Australian tech community and her mission is about building and growing companies. In 2017 Cevo was two years old and 30 people strong, bigger and stronger now Hannah has decided to move on, but I wanted to re-play this interview and hear again what makes Hannah tickRead More
This week, I’m very pleased to bring you an interview with Neil Killick, Neil is a well known consultant and coach in Melbourne AND beyond.
Neil’s blog and website can be found here: https://www.neilkillick.com/ and comes highly recommended by me and plenty of others as a reference and resource when you’re implementing change in your organisation.
His Twitter handle is: @neil_killickRead More
He created his own podcast! FEEL - Finding Engaged and Empathetic Leaders podcast
I really enjoyed our chat, I always look forward to running into Andy at conferences and events, he often presents on interesting topics, and we’ve done a double act of MC’ing 1st conference for the last couple of years which is always fun.Read More
Welcome to the weekly reboot your regular Friday debrief coming from the agile community here in Melbourne and beyond, today another mini hack, and I estimate it’s going to be..roughly 9 mins long. It might be 6 but it could be longer, even 10 or 12. Can’t really say right now, we’ll see how we go...
So yes that’s right today we are talking about a hot topic which is estimating!
If you’ve worked in an Agile team, you’ll know the satisfaction you get from pulling work into the Done column. There really is nothing like that feeling of getting something - even something small - accomplished and that you’ve delivered some value.Read More
This week we are focusing on mastering more collaborative sessions by using Post-it Notes really well. Join in for some stunning audio of actual Post-it Notes being peeled live.Read More
This week another mini hack! An Agile Mindset beats a Framework every time. If you’ve been immersed in agility for a long time you’ll probably have said ‘Mindset is more important’ at some point. That might not be obvious if you’re new to all this Agile stuff so tune in and find out why.Read More
Road Trip! This week on the weekly ReBoot we take a Design Thinking mindset to the road and get observational in order to hone our empathy for humans and how they interact with products and services.Read More
This week on The Weekly ReBoot another mini hack! We know that there’s a lot of people out there that are in organisations that insist on doing Big Up Front Design for large pieces of work, in the name of reducing risk, we believe that is flawed and inherently more risky.
Learn how you can ask ‘What’s our Cadence?’ in a way that helps move those big lumbering projects with their Big Up Front Design into something more Agile.
We have a special offer for 12 lucky people that want to sharpen their development skillsRead More
This week on The Weekly ReBoot another mini hack! Rock along to today’s episode of The Weekly ReBoot Podcast as we are learning about why it may be useful to take a big firey blowtorch to your backlog.
Burn it!Read More
This week on The Weekly ReBoot another mini hack! This time we talk about the five reasons why breaking things into small things make us perform better as a team, and why bringing that mindset (which is truly one of the key parts of an agile mindset) to everything you do, makes you a super useful asset for any team.
Discover why the best things come in Tiny packages!
Thanks to Dave Grohl for his contribution: Dave Grohl plays Tiny DancerRead More
Tom Varsavsky is the Chief Engineer of REA Group, the global force behind digital real estate giant realestate.com.au . He oversees a community of over 600 technologists and represents tech at the exec level. It was great to talk to Tom about his adjustment to the role, what it takes to grow and sustain a high performing engineering culture and capability as REA has grown.Read More
This weeks episode is a Mini Hack, the second in our Mini Hack episodes and it’s all about Visual working, just “Put it on a wall” please.Read More
This week on The Weekly ReBoot we’re taking you through a mini hack, a simple idea you can apply in your teams at your work that will help you be better.
But before we start, do you do regular Retros? If not please read through this blog on The Life Changing Magic of Retros, then come back hopefully convinced to make a Retrospective part of your team’s regular habits.Read More
This is our first in a series of podcast episodes about The Poster. We created The Poster in response to the many frustrations we hear from our community and clients about how difficult it is to embed agility, adaptiveness and all the crucial elements that are needed to empower teams to deliver amazing outcomes for their businesses.Read More
Rowan Bunning joined us via Hangout in Sydney, we kindly gave up some time to talk to us about what he sees happening in the Agile community in Australia and Globally. Some of the anti-patterns we see in the trenches as well as what’s interesting in terms of new ideas, concepts, and books.Read More
It was delightful to have Adrian on The Weekly ReBoot as our final special guest bonus episode for 2018. Adrian is well known in the Agile community in Melbourne (and beyond) and brings his authenticity and passion to everything he does. Working with Adrian is a joy, and his genuine enthusiasm and capabilities are certainly unique among senior accomplished leaders of digital teams and companies. He’s a no B.S. guy and he just wants the best for people and teams and is striving to help us be better.