Esther Derby

Esther Derby and Jochen (Joe) Krebs talk about retrospectives, culture and organizational design in this podcast. Esther is a veteran in the agile community and author of two books; Agile Retrospectives and Behind Closed Doors. They explored the importance of retrospectives in the agile process as well as potential pitfalls. If you are interested in retrospectives and how effective leaders spread  great cultures, this episode is for you. 

Geoff Watts

Jochen (Joe) Krebs speaks with Geoff Watts about Scrum Mastery (From Good to Great Servant Leadership), one of the 3 books Geoff has published. Geoff provides input in advancing the profession of a Scrum Master, reflects on the profession and provides 4 quick tips how Scrum Masters can quickly improve. He shares one tip per Scrum event in this episode. He also offers his opinion about metrics, the definition of done and working agreements. Check out his cards and visuals to improve the effectiveness of typical scrum events. Last but not least, he is also a podcaster, however calls it the agile pubcast.

Lynne Cazaly

In this episode you will hear from Lynne Cazaly about her insights on how meetings in general can be significantly improved by using a visual technique. There is evidence that by using visuals, productivity, collaboration and fun increases significantly. Music in the ears of an agilist and that makes this episode so special. 

Lynne is the author of 4 books (Leader as a Facilitator, Making Sense, Create Change, Visual Mojo). In early 2018, she will be releasing a new book with the title “Agile-ish”. At the end of the recording she invites your to connect with her, simply mention "Agile.FM" and she has a thank you for you. Hope you enjoy this one.

Fabiola Eyholzer

In this episode, I spoke with Fabiola Eyholzer about Agile HR,  a fast and furious new trend in the agile industry. Fabiola defines Agile HR, explains the trend what she believe will be the new standard for human resources around the world. Fabiola is a Switzerland native who lives in New York City and through her company JLS she helps clients transition to a groundbreaking new approach of handling the most important thing in organizations; people.  Learn why traditional performance reviews are obsolete, why bonuses are bad for culture and hear her top 3 ingredients for success with Agile in HR. She has also a white paper available that expands on the topics we discussed in this podcast. Intrigued ? Tune in. 

David Hussman

In this episode, I spoke with David Hussman about products, pricing and experiments. David is an agile authority, thought leader and frequent speaker in the Agile Community. He received the Gordon Pask award from the Agile Alliance and as a musician makes great associations between his favorite pastime and agile products. David founded and shaped the company DevJam which he recently sold. In this episode, David makes references to product agility, which I invite you to give a visit for further research.

Dave West

In this episode I am speaking with Dave West, Product Owner at, about the changes made to the new Scrum Guide release in November 2017. We had the time to hit on the following topics: Daily Scrum, Time-Boxing, Scrum Master Redefined, Retrospectives and the use of Scrum outside of IT. Last but not least, we also learned that Dave is working on a book for Nexus and that a new Nexus guide is just around the corner. 


Ryan Ripley (Agile.FM / Agile for Humans Co-Release)

Ryan Ripley is the host of "Agile for Humans" a podcast also dedicated to all things agile. Ryan and I met in person a few weeks ago and decided to co-broadcast an episode on both channels (Agile for Humans and Agile.FM) to create awareness among the listeners about the co-existence. We talk about how the podcasts started, the differences in the agile communities in Chicago and New York City and Agile Leadership because we both feel very passionate about this topic.