PPP 285 | Agile for Non-Software Teams, with Gil Broza
- Published: Wednesday, 01 April 2020 19:45
- Written by Andy Kaufman
Total Duration 45:28
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Agile: Not Just for Software Projects
We often think of agile approaches being used for systems or software-related projects. Our guest today is Gil Broza, who recently published a book entitled Agile for Non-Software Teams. In today’s discussion, Gil and I talk about his agile journey, what he means when he refers to agile, and some of the common mistakes people make when embarking on an agile journey. Gil will even share some thoughts about applying agile at home. I look forward to sharing that discussion with you today.
Learn more about Gil at 3pvantage.com/.
If you would like additional ways to earn free PDUs while learning about agile, check out these episodes:
- Episode 84 with Gil, talking about his book The Human Side of Agile
- Episode 74 with Andy Crowe for his perspectives on about agile
- Episode 95 with Cornelius Fichtner about the PMI-ACP certification
- Episode 207 with Johanna Rothman about her book Create Your Successful Agile Project
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