Episodes

AA169 - Product Demos Gone Wild
June 19, 2024x
169
00:46:2231.87 MB

AA169 - Product Demos Gone Wild

...and other tips to Avoid Embarrassment & Improve Your Presentation SkillsIn this episode of the Arguing Agile podcast, Product Manager Brian Orlando and Enterprise Business Agility Coach Om Patel share hilarious product demo disaster stories and provide actionable tips to help you avoid embarrassing mi...

AA168 - Why Asking for Help is Critical for Success
June 12, 2024x
168
00:45:1831.14 MB

AA168 - Why Asking for Help is Critical for Success

In this episode of the Arguing Agile podcast, Product Manager Brian Orlando and Enterprise Business Agility Coach Om Patel explore the importance of asking for help across various roles, including developers, testers, UI/UX designers, managers and executives. The podcast explores the common reasons people av...

AA167 - How to Manage Products & Services Together in Your Business
June 05, 2024x
167
01:02:2042.84 MB

AA167 - How to Manage Products & Services Together in Your Business

Many companies offer both products and services to their customers, but struggle with how to effectively manage and organize these two sides of the business. In this episode of the Arguing Agile podcast, Product Manager Brian Orlando and Enterprise Business Agility Coach Om Patel dive deep into the challenge...

AA166 - The Perils of "Just Build It": Why User Validation Matters
May 31, 2024x
166
00:38:2526.42 MB

AA166 - The Perils of "Just Build It": Why User Validation Matters

In this episode of the Arguing Agile podcast, Brian and Om discuss the risks of bypassing user validation and prototyping in favor of quickly building and releasing features. They explore the potential pitfalls, including lack of alignment with user needs, rework, low feature adoption, and damage to company ...

AA166 - The Perils of "Just Build It": Why User Validation Matters
May 29, 2024x
166
00:38:2526.42 MB

AA166 - The Perils of "Just Build It": Why User Validation Matters

In this episode of the Arguing Agile podcast, Brian and Om discuss the risks of bypassing user validation and prototyping in favor of quickly building and releasing features. They explore the potential pitfalls, including lack of alignment with user needs, rework, low feature adoption, and damage to company ...

AA165 - Escaping the Feature Factory
May 22, 2024x
165
00:42:2529.17 MB

AA165 - Escaping the Feature Factory

We've titled this podcast: "Escaping the Feature Factory," or Unlearn Bad Habits and Advance Your Career!If you're a developer, product manager, or in another tech role and feel stuck in the "feature factory" mindset, this podcast episode is for you. We discuss the key skills and mindset shifts needed to bre...

AA164 - 10 Proven Techniques to Split User Stories
May 15, 2024x
164
00:59:5641.19 MB

AA164 - 10 Proven Techniques to Split User Stories

Does your team struggle with large, complex user stories that don't fit in a sprint? 🤔In this podcast, Product Manager Brian Orlando and Enterprise Business Agility Coach Om Patel brainstorm for 10 techniques to split user stories for better flow and faster software delivery. 💡This episode is all about pra...

AA163 - Async Daily Scrum: The Pros and Cons (with Ed Martin)
May 08, 2024x
163
00:38:5826.8 MB

AA163 - Async Daily Scrum: The Pros and Cons (with Ed Martin)

In this episode, we're joined by Ed Martin to discuss and debate the benefits and challenges of asynchronous daily scrum meetings. Listen as we explore the reasons teams may want to go async, potential pitfalls to avoid, and best practices to make async standups effective. If your team is struggling with asy...

AA162 - 5 Things to Analyze Before Shuffling Your Teams
May 01, 2024x
162
00:41:0328.22 MB

AA162 - 5 Things to Analyze Before Shuffling Your Teams

Are you (or management) considering shuffling team members to improve performance?Before you play musical chairs, explore the latest Arguing Agile Podcast (Linked in the comments) for ways to make sure you're using data, not just reacting to hearsay and emotions!Organizational design is difficult - don't jus...