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Modern Software Engineering
Adam summarizes the message behind Dave Farley's new book "Modern Software Engineering".
The Four Types of Problems
Adam presents "The Four Types of Problems" by Art Smalley. The types are: troubleshooting, gap from standard, target condition, and open-ended.
Let's go back in time to linger on the works of the master thinkers. This episode presents Kent Beck's book "Extreme Programming Explained".
The Principles of Product Development Flow
Adam presents a summary of Donald Reinertsen's 2009 book.
Adam presents the "five time thieves" described in Dominica DeGrandis' book Making Work Visible.
Adam presents applying the mathematics behind queueing theory to software delivery. Also an announcement!
Software Delivery Glossary
Adam previews a new project by presenting a few entires from the software delivery glossary.
Flow Mapping with Steve Pereira
Adam welcome Steve "The Value Stream Guy" Pereira to the show. The last part of the conversation. Adam and Steve discuss how to get started with flow engineering and v...
Flow Engineering with Steve Pereira
Adam welcomes Steve "The Value Stream Guy" Pereira to the show. Steve goes deep into flow engineering and the four outcome maps. Part two of three of the conversation.
Flow and Value with Steve Pereira
Adam welcomes Steve "The Value Stream Guy" Pereira to the show. Steve discusses his focus on value streams, the power and fractal nature of flow. Part one of three of ...
Dr. Deming on Variation with John Willis
Adam and John Willis discuss the importance of common and special cause variation and the missing link in teaching lean theory.
System of Profound Knowledge with John Willis
Adam and John Willis discuss the aptly named "System of Profound Knowledge" introduced in Deming's book "The New Economics".
Introducing Dr. Deming with John Willis
Adam and John Willis introduce Dr. Deming through his books "Out of the Crisis", "The New Economics" and impact on lean theory over the course of a multi-decade career.
Dr. Deming on Variation
Introducing common cause vs special cause variation from Dr. Deming's book "A New Economics".
The High Velocity Edge with Steve Spear
Adam welcomes Steve Spear to the show to discuss his 2009 book "The High Velocity Edge".
The High Velocity Edge: Part Nine
My closing thoughts on the book before the next episode featuring my conversation with Steven Spear.
The High Velocity Edge: Part Eight
Capability three and four: share knowledge and develop high velocity skills in others.
The High Velocity Edge: Part Seven
Capability two: apply disciplined problem solving to resolve problems and continuous improve systems.
The High Velocity Edge: Part Six
Capability one: a framework for system design using kanban and jidoka.
The High Velocity Edge: Part Five
How to operate systems inspired by Sakichi Toyoda's "jidoka" philosophy.
The High Velocity Edge: Part Four
Introducing Taiichi Ohno's "kanban" and Sakichi Toyoda's "jidoka".
The High Velocity Edge: Part Three
The four capabilities demonstrated by the US Navy's Nuclear Reactor program lead by Admiral Hyman Rickover.
The High Velocity Edge: Part Two
The four capabilities demonstrated by Alcoa's commitment to changing their safety culture.
Dev Environments with Bryan Finster
Adam & Bryan Finster discuss the development workflows required for delivering to production daily with fast feedback and high confidence. Don't miss this one.
The Five Dysfunctions of a Team with Dave Mangot
Adam discusses "The Five Dysfunctions of Team" by Patrick Lencioni with SRE & DevOps expert Dave Mangot.
Transforming Conversations with Jeffrey Fredrick & Douglas Squirrel
Adam Hawkins discuss Jeffrey Fredrick & Douglas Squirrel's book "Agile Conversations". They get into the concept of "TDD for People" and leading change through better ...
Value Streams with Carmen de Ardo
Carmen de Ardo & Adam Hawkins give an introduction to value streams and value stream management.
Team Topologies with Matthew Skelton
Matthew Skelton & Adam Hawkins discuss concepts in "Team Topologies" and inflection points in team and software architecture.
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