December 6, 2018

Simon Powers on Transitioning to Product Teams and Advice for New Managers

Listen to the latest podcast from InfoQ which features AWA Founder, Simon Powers talking to Shane Hastie about helping organisations move from siloed groups to large product teams. During their conversation, which took place at Agile2018, Simon gave advice for new managers and discussed the trends he sees happening in large organisations. KEY TAKEAWAYS The…

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December 1, 2017

It’s About Culture, Mindset.. Leadership & Coaches Turning Up Differently

“It’s about culture, mindset.. leadership and coaches turning up differently” We caught up with Shannon Ewan, the managing director of ICAgile to talk about ICAgile’s Enterprise Agile Coaching Track. Listen to the podcast here CharleyI work at AWA HQ looking after day-to-day operations, speaking with people, organising events and training, and thinking up the next…

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October 4, 2017

History of Organisational Change – Podcast

In this episode, Tim and Simon talk about the history and patterns of organisational change, the role that agile plays, and why the way we think about our own identity changes over time and is changing now. The context of this conversation stems from a module in our 3 day Enterprise Agility Masterclass. The module…

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April 26, 2017

In Conversation with Scott Ambler

Our latest podcast is now live 🙂 In this latest episode, AWA Founder, Disciplined Agile Coach and Trainer, Simon Powers speaks with Scott Ambler about his framework, Disciplined Agile. Listen to to hear Simon Powers speak with Scott Ambler about the Disciplined Agile framework, why it’s an “explicit decision framework”, how and why things change in…

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April 19, 2017

Dave Prior Interviews Olaf Lewitz

Leading Agile’s Dave Prior interviews TrustArtist and Certified Enterprise Coach, Olaf Lewtiz about leadership. Listen to hear Olaf talk about: giving people tools to grow their awareness of how they show up, why skepticism is an important part of any class and any transitio, the advice Olaf would give his 29 year-old self about being a boss…

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