Sep 30, 2018
SPaMCAST 514 features our interview with John Clapham. John and I talked DevOps, people, agile, and how all those pieces fit together coherently or not. John even quoted Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure. This is a big, fun, informative interview!
John Clapham is an experienced coach, trainer, and consultant, specializing in DevOps and Agile. He helps teams to build great products, creating environments and systems which are effective, productive and enjoyable to work in. Often this means introducing Scrum, or developing a deeper understanding of the method and it's principles. John draws on broad experience as an engineer and lead, he has built web and enterprise applications in government, publishing, telecommunications, commerce, defense, and public sector arenas.
Re-Read Saturday News
This week we tackle Chapter 9 of The Checklist Manifesto. The Save is the final chapter in the book. Next week we will discuss our final thoughts and decide on the next book. In chapter 9 Atul Gawande talks about his experiences with the surgical checklist he helped to create. The last chapter is a combination of emotion and evidence.
Remember to buy a copy of The Checklist Manifesto and READ along!
Week 10 - The Save - https://bit.ly/2NdhaXA
Week 9 - The Hero In The Age of Checklists - https://bit.ly/2PWu2TC
Week 8 - The Fix - https://bit.ly/2NeKyBE
Week 7 - The Checklist Factory - https://bit.ly/2wV3yu3
Week 6 - The First Try - https://bit.ly/2Q0PhVt
Week 5 - The Idea - https://bit.ly/2PCs0Zz
Week 4 - The End Of The Master Builder - https://bit.ly/2BmIGBc
Week 3 – The Checklist - https://bit.ly/2KMhVFR
Week 2 – The Problem With Extreme Complexity - https://bit.ly/2AGZQZX
Week 1 - Approach and Introduction - https://bit.ly/2LYi9Lv
Conferences and More!
Agile Online Summit 2018
October 8 – 12
Speaking on Agile Metrics!
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Register Now; https://bit.ly/2PXH8A5
Presentation: Product Owners In Agile – The Really Hard Role
Register Now: https://bit.ly/2zo8MAV
Webinar: Agile, Where Agile Fears to Tread
SPaMCAST 515 will feature an essay on transformation and agile metrics. Whether you like the word transformation or not, many in the process improvement and agile communities help to facilitate change. Involvement in any non-trivial change effort requires resources, people, support and the expenditure of political capital.
We will also hear from Kim Pries and Gene Hughson.