June 29, 2017

Dhaval Panchal and Dave Sharrock podcasts at Agile Amped

Dhaval Panchal and Dave Sharrock were guests of the Agile Amped podcast talking about their coaching experience

The Agile Amped podcast is a series that brings Agile news and events to life, fueled by inspiring conversations, innovative ideas, and in-depth analysis of enterprise agility. 

Howard Sublett hosted Dave Sharrock for an Agile Amped episode during Keep Austin Agile 2017 in Austin, Texas. Howard and Dave discussed Dave’s talk What Does the Agile Manager Actually Do (full of Dilbert references) and his coaching experience. Listen in to learn how  teaching your kids how to cross the road can help you be a better agile manager.


Dhaval Panchal was a guest of Agile Amped during Mile High Agile 2017 in Denver, Colorado. He discussed Virtues of an Agile Coach, his talk at the event, and what does it mean to be an Agile Coach. Dhaval says what really matters in Agile coaching is what you do when no one is looking, because “that is what is driving you to become better at your own craft.” Dhaval invokes Aristotle and the notion of Virtues to help guide us on our path to becoming better Agile Coaches.


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