The Guardian Podcast


If you are made to work weekends then you almost definitely need an Agile makeover. Agile / The Guardian Podcast

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 organization or business need an Agile makeover. Do...

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Agile / Business / The Guardian Podcast

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 Orlando, Florida about the new Agile Practice Guide that will...

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Agile / The Guardian Podcast

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 upcoming release of the Agile Practice Guide and the work...

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Agile / The Guardian Podcast

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 just part of the lessons from the latest edition of...

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Agile / The Guardian Podcast

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 from the group or even getting fired. The best teams...

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Scrum / The Guardian Podcast

Scrum for Content Marketing. For content marketers, the intersections between creation, functionality, expertise, data, approvals, and built in organizational barriers (often known as silos) slow progress and increase job frustration. Fortunately, there is hope as marketer and certified Scrum practitioner Joel Traugott explained to Ryn Melberg on The Guardian Podcast. To hear the entire interview go to www.rynmelberg.com, iTunes, or Soundcloud. Scrum Goes To Hub...

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Agile / Scrum / The Guardian Podcast

    On this edition of The Guardian Podcast with Ryn Melberg, Ryn talks with Joel Traugott. Joel is a self-described digital marketing geek with a love of data-driven marketing and a flair for building & optimizing traffic & revenue. Joel loves to teach others about marketing, and show the power of optimization to clients and others. Also, super into funnels. And today, we will...

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Agile / Governance / The Guardian Podcast

Airlines and Corporate Governance: Never Have So Many Been Stuffed Into So Little Space And Suffered So Much Airline Passenger and Employee Violence Defy American Culture, Human Evolution and Even Human Neurobiology according to Agile and corporate governance expert Ryn Melberg (www.rynmelberg.com). She discussed the airline violence issue from a governance point of view on her regular program, the Guardian Podcast with Ryn Melberg. To...

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Agile / Governance / The Guardian Podcast

Agile, Airlines and Corporate Governance. Nothing says put up your dukes like a boarding call. And with summer vacation season here, airline seats getting smaller while passengers stay the same shape or get bigger, it seems likely that more fisticuffs will be in the offing. There are lots of reasons for this behavior and not all of them are near-biological. Airlines could and should reconsider...

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