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The Agile Amped podcast is the shared voice of the Agile community, driven by compelling stories, passionate people, and innovative ideas. Together, we are advancing the impact of business agility.

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Personal Agility: Integrity, Empiricism and Change Fluency

Nov 22 • 41:45

Accenture | SolutionsIQ alumna and former Agile Amped host Leslie Morse is our guest in this episode. Serving as Product Owner for the Professional Scrum Community with Scrum.org has put Morse on a journey to help agilists “drink their own prosecco.” She is finding new ways to improve integrity, empiricism, and what she calls “change fluency” in the agile community. The go...

Luftfracht im Aufbruch: Nachhaltiger & effizienter

Nov 12 • 20:01

„Sind globale Lieferketten eigentlich sinnvoll?“ Diese Frage sei heute viel stärker in der Diskussion als früher. Dorothea von Boxberg, CEO der Lufthansa Cargo, und Moritz Hagenmüller sind sich einig: Resilienz ist oberstes Gebot für Produktions- und Liefernetzwerke. Welche Entwicklungen sind zu erwarten und was bedeutet das für die Luftfracht? Wie kann sie ihrer Verantwor...

Defining Agility in Terms of Risk

Jul 19 • 46:53

In his book “Agility: How to Navigate the Unknown and Seize Opportunity in a World of Disruption,” Leo Tilman offers a comprehensive definition of the word “agility.” According to Tilman and co-author former NORAD commander General Charles Jacoby, agility is “the organizational capacity to detect, assess and respond to environmental changes in ways that are purposeful, dec...

Pride at Accenture

Jun 21 • 45:00

This special episode celebrates the Pride month of June and features the hosts and producer of Agile Amped as the guests. Alalia Lundy (she/her/hers) is a Business Agility Enablement Manager; William Rowden (he/him/his) is a Business Agility Practice Development Associate Director, and Ryan Keawekāne (he/him/his) is a Marketing Associate Manager. We all work at Accenture a...

Pride and Intersectionality in Leadership

Jun 7 • 28:04

Kayton Bhatia is a Senior Leader in Digital Product Management at Kaiser Permanente. For Pride Month, he is sharing his story about bringing his whole self to work. As a gay, Indian man, Bhatia’s path to leadership is anything but typical. Despite changes to laws in both the US (where he lives and works) and India (where he was born and raised), there’s more to do. He offe...

Innovation and Leadership for Humanity

May 17 • 40:57

Sandy Beky is the founder of two companies whose work, at first blush, seems unrelated. The first is HeHop, a nonprofit that uses blockchain technology to empower victims and witnesses of domestic violence to capture and store tamper-resistant evidence for use in court. The second is Kyosei Solutions Lab, through which Beky helps leaders of France’s biggest companies evolv...

Learning to Create Thriving Systems from Nature

Apr 19 • 48:54

Colleen Kirtland is on a learning journey, and in this episode, she shares her passion for and commitment to learning as much as possible from nature. Pointing to many resources and examples of biomimicry, economics, and above all systems thinking, Kirtland invites us to think about creating systems that not just grow linearly but thrive. She argues that “resiliency is bui...

Cloud Breaks Barriers to Agility

Apr 5 • 36:16

Adam Burden is Accenture’s Chief Software Engineer and a senior managing director leading Technology services for Accenture in North America. In this episode, Burden shares how Cloud helps break barriers to agility. One barrier is legacy systems. While package solutions have become popular in the last few years, Burden says that the “renaissance of custom” today may make i...

FirstRoot: Growing Next Gen of Impact Investors

Mar 22 • 43:23

What happens if you put $1 billion dollars in the hands of students to invest collaboratively? Luke Hohmann is Founder and CEO of FirstRoot, which wants “to get $1,000 into a million schools so that children are in control of $1 billion or more of capital by 2030.” Hohmann shares stories of how real school students have invested in their schools and communities – with surp...

Riot Games Makes it Better to be a Player

Mar 8 • 36:51

What does it mean to put customers at the center of everything you do? For Riot Games, the brand behind League of Legends, it means “making it better to be a player.” Our guest Michael Robillard is the Principal of Enterprise Agility for Riot Games, and he shares how business agility unlocks their ability to make good on that promise. One outstanding example of what Robill...

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