Alternatives to Right or Wrong in Speech - 5×3

August 14, 2018

As in previous episodes on word choice, Chuck talks about issues that can arise when leaders use the words 'right' or 'wrong' in their speech. He then talks about alternatives that address those shortcomings.

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Relationship Ecosystem - 5×2

August 7, 2018

In today's episode, Chuck talks about the Relationship Ecosystem that Morag Barrett describes in her book Cultivate. It's a model to classify work relationships into four categories: ally, supporter, rival, and adversary. In this episode, Chuck introduces the classifications.

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STATIK - 5×1

July 31, 2018

Starting season 5, Chuck talks about the STATIK framework to introduce Kanban as a delivery process. The framework comes from David Anderson's book Kanban.

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Season 4 Recap - 4×16

July 24, 2018

Chuck looks back at season 4. Listenership is up, and so is sound quality!

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BECOME case study - 4×15

July 18, 2018

On this episode of the Agile Chuck Wagon, Chuck addresses a social media storm. Recently, a prominent member of the agile community has been making sexist comments about female software programmers. This is a timely example of inappropriate behavior, and Chuck uses the BECOME process to formulate a response.

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Sparrow Decks - 4×14

July 10, 2018

At Mile High Agile 2018, Mike Clement introduced Chuck to the idea of sparrow decks in Mike's presentation about code smells. In this episode, Chuck talks about sparrow decks, what they are and how they can be used to build an awareness of a distinction between two items.

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Alternative Agile Certifications - 4×13

July 3, 2018

At Mile High Agile 2018, Chuck talked to Mike Clement about the podcast's agile certification series. From that conversation came the inspiration to talk about a couple alternatives, extending the ideas of Udacity's nanodegrees and Seth Godin's alt-MBA program.

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Behavioral Interviews - 4×12

June 26, 2018

Today, Chuck talks about how to recognize a fellow agilist using behavioral interview techniques. He also shares some wisdom of the crowd around good interview questions. This topic stems from an open space session he led at Mile High Agile 2018.

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Mob Programming - 4×11

June 19, 2018

This week, Chuck talks about the emerging practice of mob programming, in which a group of three or more people collaboratively write code around a single keyboard and monitor. While this may sound wasteful at first blush, the practice can accelerate learning.

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Glasl’s Model of Conflict Escalation - 4×10

June 12, 2018

Today, Chuck talks about the conflict escalation model of Freidrich Glasl, which contains three levels of conflict, with three stages each. In addition, Glasl gives techniques for deescalating conflict based on which stage you find yourself. If you've ever wondered when to get your manager or HR representative involved in an issue, this episode is for you!

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