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  • Team Composition – 1×11

    Team composition is an important topic for software delivery teams, and Chuck tackles it in this episode. He talks about vertical vs. horizontal teams, feature vs. topic teams, and talks […]

  • Bullet Journals – 1×10

    Continuing from last week’s episode on journaling, Chuck talks about bullet journals. He shares the layout that works best for him, as well as some tips for making the most of […]

  • Journaling – 1×09

    On the Agile Chuck Wagon today, Chuck talks about journaling in a work context and some benefits it provides: Clarifying thoughts and exploring feelings Self-discovery Stress reduction Analyzing and solving […]

  • Performance as a Metric – 1×08

    As an introduction to metrics, Chuck talks about performance in this episode. He compares the Boeing 747 and the Concorde, showing how both can be considered better performing even though they […]

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    SIFT cognition model – 1×07

    In this episode, Chuck introduces listeners to the SIFT cognition model. He uses a running example to show how mistakes in sensing your environment, inferring meaning, formulating intent, and translating thoughts into […]

  • Patreon link updated, sign up today!

    In previous Agile Chuck Wagon episodes, the wrong Patreon link was posted. For those of you who aren’t familiar with Patreon, is it a crowdfunding site where listeners can subscribe […]

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    Communities of Practice Vs. Centers of Excellence – 1×06

    On today’s episode of the Agile Chuck Wagon, Chuck compares two kinds of groups: communities of practice and centers of excellence. Both are full of people who are passionate about […]

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    Introduction to Kanban – 1×05

    After mentioning Personal Kanban last episode (Lean Coffee vs Open Space (1×04)), Chuck went back to the archive of the original show and pulled out his episode called “Introduction to […]

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    Lean Coffee vs Open Space – 1×04

    Fresh off the episode about Dot Voting (1×03), Chuck compares two popular meeting facilitation techniques in agile: lean coffee and open space. Lean Coffee is well suited for a small […]

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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 […]