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  • Ten Action Signals – 6×12

    Emotions are just signals. When you are having trouble getting past one, it can be helpful to have a job aid. In this episode, I discuss ten action signals identified […]

  • Bullet Journal Revisited – 6×11

    In this episode, I talk about looking through my bullet journal for a set of questions I discussed in the last episode (ACW: Procrastination). I was surprised at what I […]

  • Procrastination – 6×10

    I put off recording this episode this morning, so I decided to record an episode about procrastination and how I got past it. I use questions from Damon Brown and […]

  • Endorsement from Badass Agile

    Good morning. My fellow podcaster Chris Willams just released an episode of his podcast in which he talked about the Agile Chuck Wagon! I endeavor to be half the agilist […]

  • Cynefin – 6×9

    In this episode, Chuck talks about the Cynefin sense-making framework by Dave Snowden. It classifies problem spaces into five categories: Obvious, Complicated, Complex, Chaotic, and Disorder.

  • Dependencies – 6×8

    Chuck recently lost his earbuds, and that led to a discussion of dependencies. He talks about their impact and a way to overcome some dependencies by thinking about them as […]

  • Happy New Year 2019 – 6×7

    No formal episode today, just a quick message from Chuck wishing everyone a happy new year.

  • Merry Christmas – 6×6

    Since the Agile Chuck Wagon release happens on Christmas Day this year, I recorded a short episode about Christmas. I read from Luke 2:1-18 ESV.

  • Clearly Articulating Instructions – 6×5

    Today, Chuck talks about Jean Tabaka and some facilitation wisdom he learned from her about clearly articulating instructions for a group activity. Let them know what, when, who, how, and […]

  • Work Breakdown, Accuracy of Estimates – 6×4

    Chuck talks about the hierarchy of work items, and what level of estimation is useful for each. Keep in mind what you are using the estimate for.