Jan 12, 2020
SPaMCAST 581 features a discussion on whether most agile transformations have provided teams with the technical skills to be successful with agile. Kim Pries, the Software Sensei, Jeremy Berriault, QA Corner, and I had a wide-ranging discussion covering experimentation, learning and both personal and management responsibility.
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Dates: March 11-12, 2020
Location: New York City, 117 West 46th Street
The Business Agility Conference is an intense 2-day event focusing on the future of business, focusing on customer centricity, employee engagement, organization design, product innovation, and next-gen leadership. The Conference is bringing together some of the greatest speakers and practitioners of business agility to share their experiences and the benefits their organizations have gained from exploring new and agile practices.
This is the first, and original, Business Agility Conference. The goal is to bring the local and international business agility community together in a friendly, educational and fun environment to exchange and explore ways to create lasting change.
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This year’s speakers include current and prior executives from Zappos, Amazon, Pacific Life Insurance, Scrum Alliance, the Chair of the Board of CHOICE, as well as thought-leaders from Menlo Innovations, Freddie Mac, and AgilityHealth.
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Re-Read Saturday News
Chapter 35, titled Two Selves, begins Section Five. Kahneman starts this chapter by discussing the concept of experienced utility. Berridge and O’Doherty define experienced utility as “the hedonic or pleasurable experience produced by the outcome when eventually gained.” A person that was attempting to maximize experienced utility would make decisions that yield the most pleasure over other attributes.
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We will announce the next book in the re-read series next week.
SPaMCAST 582 will feature our interview with Paul Gibbons. We discussed his new book Impact. Along the way, we talked about biases and more importantly about de-biasing. This is the second book in the series he began with The Science of Successful Organization Change which we discussed on SPaMCAST 480. That was a good interview . . . this one is better!