in the llewp

in the llewp

By Beth Davis
Bringing together diverse and passionate voices dedicated to developing thriving workplace cultures, creating joy (and value) with Scrum, and embracing the agile mindset (in work and in life).
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Episode 006: Diversity powers greater agility
Join me and my guest, Product Evangelist & Change Architect, David Dame who shares his personal story and path to Agile. We also explore the power of diversity, leadership, and empathy in creating the space for lasting agility in our complex, global workplaces.  Highlights of our conversation include: how diverse perspectives, unique skills, & life experiences lead to greater creativity in problem solving and doing good change with others what make leadership exceptionally relevant in creating the space for agility to thrive by relentlessly focusing on helping others be successful to get good at changing we must lead with empathy and forgiveness - including for our Leaders leading the change why bringing HR professionals along on the journey towards great agility is good business - because it is all about the people first To learn more about Dave and his work click here:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/daviddame/ To learn more about our work at llewp click here:  https://www.thellewellingroup.com/
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February 18, 2020
Episode 005: This is being strategic: an Agile HR story
Join me and my guest, Latanya Washington, Agile enthusiast and life-long learner, as we have fun talking about how she leads HR teams to embrace the Agile mindset, principles, and methods, like Scrum, to do good with and for many!  In this episode we talk about: embracing new ways of working and how to make it safe for people to try new things focusing on the people side of technology implementation and how it accelerates adoption & success how implementing Scrum helped create a welcoming, effective, and efficient onboarding experience for new hires being organic in the shift towards greater Agile adoption can create a cause many want to be part of To learn more about Latanya and her work click here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/latanyamwashingtonsphr/ To learn more about our work at llewp click here: https://www.thellewellingroup.com/
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February 13, 2020
Episode 004: Scrum...so much more than a framework
Join me and my guest, Steve Porter, from Scrum.org, as we talk about how we both found our way to Scrum and learned that it is so much more than a framework - in this episode you'll find insights about: growing empowerment and self-leadership capabilities strengthen team success - and takes practice sharing knowledge about Scrum with others lead to powerful breakthroughs that help many - including Scrum in HR how HR can be a valuable partner to helping teams get good at the human side of Scrum To learn more about Steve and Scrum.org  click here: https://www.scrum.org/ To learn more about the work we get to do at llewp click here: https://www.llewp.com 
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January 27, 2020
Episode 001: If not now, when?
Join me and Chad Beier of whiteboardconsulting.org,  as we talk about our shared passion for all things Agile and what makes 2020 THE time to elevate our workplaces.  We cover a lot of ground including: what makes organizational culture so vital to lasting Agile success and true engagement  how pressure for positive change and servant leadership demonstrates real care for people why moving away from Human Resources (or humans as resources) to People Development is good business when you lean in to real authenticity it requires vulnerability and ultimately brings joy To learn more about Chad and whiteboardconsulting.org click here: https://www.whiteboardconsulting.org/ To learn more about the work we get to do at llewp click here: https://www.llewp.com 
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January 20, 2020
Episode 003: It's all about the people
Join me and my guest, Rich Visotcky, as we talk about how the Scrum framework can be the catalyst for increasing engagement, joy, and profound personal transformation in work and in life - in this episode you'll find insights about: how understanding the difference between openness and transparency make a difference in your Scrum practice what makes establishing enough boundaries for action can allow self-organization to thrive why understanding the past is a helpful place to start when seeking to change for the future when joy can be an outcome of good Scrum To learn more about Rich and Joint Insights click here: https://jointinsights.com/ To learn more about the work we get to do at llewp click here: https://www.llewp.com 
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January 20, 2020
Episode 002: Permission to not be perfect
Join me and Scrum.org leaders Patricia Kong and Kurt Bittner,  as we talk about our shared passion for helping others embrace the Agile mindset and find empowerment in working with Scrum.  We cover a lot of ground including: how becoming Agile has to be in service to something greater why starting from where you are is the best approach instead of waiting to be perfect with your practice (inspect & adapt!) how HR can be an invaluable partner to the lasting transformation of your company culture by creating a safe environment for change what makes courageous leadership (verb) the most important thing for Agile and Scrum to thrive and produce reliable value delivery To learn more about Patricia and Kurt and Scrum.org click here: https://www.scrum.org/ To learn more about the work we get to do at llewp click here: https://www.llewp.com 
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January 13, 2020
Welcome to in the llewp!
A quick listen to learn more about in the llewp and the aims we have in bringing the diverse and passionate voices of the Agile community to the world!
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December 3, 2019