Deepti Jain spent seven years in a single organization, unaware that something like agile exists. She made fun of the agile instructor at her first agile training class. But eventually, she embraced the agile mindset and today consults, trains and helps organizations succeed.
Watch this bindaas discussion on Agile, where Deepti shares her experiences, thoughts, and views. Listen to Deepti’s advice for Scrum Master and how she was able to influence organizational mindset by being proactive and offering specific solutions. Agile allowed her to find her voice and freedom of expression with her work.
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Brad Murphy, founder of Gear Stream – a company focused on building the first Cloud Native organizational change management platform – shares his view on agile and the future of the Scrum Master role.
Brad talks about the constraint of tightly coupled systems and how we should be looking at scaling agility through a different lens. Listen to his perspective on the three waves of agility and how the next wave will shape our future.