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  • The Guardian Podcast Top Ten Most Listened to Shows September 19, 2017
    The Guardian Podcast Top Ten Most Listened to Shows. The Guardian Podcast has been on the ‘air’ and available to listeners with an interest in Agile, Scrum, SAFe, Lean and other issues of corporate governance for over 2 years. There are now 82 separate programs. Below are the top ten most listened to on iTunes. They […]
  • Lean-Agile & How Speed of Delivery Affects Quality September 18, 2017
    Lean-Agile & How Speed of Delivery Affects Quality.  Authors Mary and Tom Poppendieck were recently guests on the Guardian Podcast with Ryn Melberg (www.rynmelberg.com). The Guardian Podcast can be heard on iTunes, Sound Cloud and on www.rynmelberg.com. Working together as a married couple and coming from different professional backgrounds, Tom described the business partnership he […]
  • Mary & Tom Poppendieck Discuss Agile & Lean On The Guardian Podcast September 6, 2017
    Mary & Tom Poppendieck Discuss Agile & Lean On The Guardian Podcast. In the latest edition of The Guardian Podcast with Ryn Melberg, two authors with a great deal of experience and insight are both on hand. Mary & Tom Poppendieck have written four books about Lean and Agile. While these are what they describe […]
  • The Agile Makeover Checklist By Ryn “The Guardian” Melberg September 2, 2017
    The Agile Makeover Checklist By Ryn “The Guardian” Melberg. Please answer these questions to find out if you need a makeover. There is a numeric score associated with each answer. The higher your score the more likely it is you need some help.   1. Does your business/organization attract and retain the top talent in the […]
  • Does Your Business Need an Agile Makeover and How to Know September 2, 2017
    Does Your Business Need an Agile Makeover and How to Know. The term ‘makeover’ generally means new clothes, hair, house or a car. But there is no reason to limit the term to those personal items and Ryn Melberg does not. On the latest edition of the Guardian Podcast with Ryn Melberg, she answers the question […]
  • Does Your Business Need An Agile-DevOps Makeover? August 22, 2017
    This week on the Guardian Podcast with Ryn Melberg, the signs, symptoms of the need for a business makeover and how to use Agile and Dev-Ops to make the most of the opportunity. When you hear the term ‘makeover’ you may think about new clothes, hair, house or car. But there is no reason to […]
  • The New Agile Practice Guide The Result of a Great Collaboration August 15, 2017
    The New Agile Practice Guide The Result of a Great Collaboration.  The Guardian Podcast with Ryn Melberg welcomed Stephen Townsend of the Project Management Institute or PMI during her most recent podcast. Stephen is the Director, Global Alliances & Networks at the Project Management Institute.  He spoke to Ryn from the Agile Alliance Conference in […]
  • The Agile Practice Guide and PMI Collaboration August 8, 2017
    On this edition of the Guardian Podcast with Ryn Melberg, Ryn talks with Stephen Townsend of the Project Management Institute or PMI as they are also known. Steve is the Director, Global Alliances & Networks at the Project Management Institute and spoke to Ryn directly from the Agile Alliance Conference in Orlando, Florida about the […]
  • Psychological Safety for Agile Teams: Who Gets Voted Off the Island? August 3, 2017
    Psychological Safety for Agile Teams: Who Gets Voted Off the Island? The premise of the long running television reality program ‘Survivor’ is part of the culture; outlast, outwit, outplay is the program’s mantra. Take those same three words and make them the foundation for a team of any type and prepare to fail. That is […]
  • Psychological Safety Agile Team Performance July 25, 2017
    Psychological Safety Agile Team Performance. What better topic for a podcast named The Guardian than that of psychological safety? The term psychological safety is one that is relatively new as applied to Agile. Psychological safety is roughly defined as a shared belief that members of an Agile team can take risks without fear of blame, expulsion […]