3×09 – Rules Crunch

In this episode of the Agile Chuck Wagon, Chuck talks about one of his favorite pastimes, roleplaying. There are a variety of rulesets out there, each with a level of detail in the rules (“crunch”). Through that lens, he talks about different agile practices. This episode is sponsored by our friends and generous backers on Patreon. […]

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Gatekeeping – 2×14

Today, Chuck tackles the topic of gatekeeping, the practice of deciding who gets to be a member of a group. Chuck applies this idea to the agile community, and suggests we should spend more time building bridges than judging people on their agile practices. This episode is sponsored by our friends and generous backers on Patreon. […]

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Season 1 Retro – 1×16

In this final episode of Season 1, Chuck does a retrospective on the podcast. He talks about what went well, what didn’t go so well, and items for improvement. This episode is sponsored by our friends and generous backers on Patreon. Sign up today!

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Scrum Master Role – 1×15

Chuck waxes poetic about the scrum master role and what it entails. Thanks Alan Lu for the question! A scrum master is the custodian of the process, the facilitator, a coach, an obstacle remover — all done as a servant leader. He also talks about traits that make for a good scrum master. This episode is sponsored by […]

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Dot Voting – 1×03

Chuck talks about the multi-voting technique called dot voting, which is popular in agile practice. Dot voting gives participants a fixed number of votes to cast among several items, and thus allows them to show interest in multiple proposals. He also talks about avoiding pitfalls to make sure you get meaningful results. Next time, we will apply dot voting […]

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