With a little help from his friends, Josh Anderson used the lessons he learned through a half dozen agile transformations and building dozens of teams as the spark for his company kazi, LLC. With a goal of helping as many organizations realize their full potential, Josh brings the leadership and inspiration needed for your success.
We discuss the individuals (yes, we use names!) that shaped us and our careers. We believe that if our listeners do the same, that each one of you walk away with fond memories and a few exciting challenges for your future. How can you use your own stories and experiences to shape someone else? We can't wait to hear your stories!More from our hosts:Get FREE agile coaching on Josh's new live stream. If you ever wanted to hear how our co-hosts would answer your individual question, this is your chance! Friday mornings, Josh hosts a free live stream on Twitch where you can bring your questions and challenges to the table. Josh, the community, and sometimes Bob, will be there to help you. Check it out at twitch.tv/kazi_ioSpread The Word: Love our content? Help us out by sharing on social media, rating our podcast/episodes on iTunes, or by giving to our Patreon campaign. Every time you give, in any way, you empower our mission of helping as many agilists as possible. Thanks for sharing!Sponsor Links:The AgilePacks team is excited to offer a 20% off discount code on your first purchase of an AgilePacks kit. There's a Starter and a Pro option to fit you and your team's needs. Simply enter METACAST at checkout to save. Get your discount here.
Life is going to throw you a few curve balls, and we're here to help you maintain a steady hand as you lead your family/organization/self through the inevitable tough times. In this episode, Bob and Josh help leaders of all types be ready to step up and provide the leadership their teams need from them. It's not easy, but great leadership steadies the ship and helps right the course.More from our hosts:Get FREE agile coaching on Josh's new live stream. If you ever wanted to hear how our co-hosts would answer your individual question, this is your chance! Friday mornings, Josh hosts a free live stream on Twitch where you can bring your questions and challenges to the table. Josh, the community, and sometimes Bob, will be there to help you. Check it out at twitch.tv/kazi_ioSpread The Word: Love our content? Help us out by sharing on social media, rating our podcast/episodes on iTunes, or by giving to our Patreon campaign. Every time you give, in any way, you empower our mission of helping as many agilists as possible. Thanks for sharing!Sponsor Links:The AgilePacks team is excited to offer a 20% off discount code on your first purchase of an AgilePacks kit. There's a Starter and a Pro option to fit you and your team's needs. Simply enter METACAST at checkout to save. Get your discount here.
You would think that recording an episode on Valentine's Day would encourage flowery metaphors and starry-eyed poems as we profess our love of agile. Quite the opposite happened. Bob and Josh detail the parts of agile that they hate. We know hate is a very strong word, but we we didn't want to back down from it, no matter how uncomfortable it made us. What do you hate about agile? Let's discuss!More from our hosts:Get FREE agile coaching on Josh's new live stream. If you ever wanted to hear how our co-hosts would answer your individual question, this is your chance! Friday mornings, Josh hosts a free live stream on Twitch where you can bring your questions and challenges to the table. Josh, the community, and sometimes Bob, will be there to help you. Check it out at twitch.tv/kazi_ioSpread The Word: Love our content? Help us out by sharing on social media, rating our podcast/episodes on iTunes, or by giving to our Patreon campaign. Every time you give, in any way, you empower our mission of helping as many agilists as possible. Thanks for sharing!Sponsor Links:The AgilePacks team is excited to offer a 20% off discount code on your first purchase of an AgilePacks kit. There's a Starter and a Pro option to fit you and your team's needs. Simply enter METACAST at checkout to save. Get your discount here.
The initial plan was to discuss failure, but Bob and Josh wandered into a discussion centered on how to handle feedback. Without properly handing feedback, failure is just failure. When feedback is viewed as a gift, failure fuels your future success. What are your thoughts? How are you handling feedback these days? Let's discuss!More from our hosts:Get FREE agile coaching on Josh's new live stream. If you ever wanted to hear how our co-hosts would answer your individual question, this is your chance! Friday mornings, Josh hosts a free live stream on Twitch where you can bring your questions and challenges to the table. Josh, the community, and sometimes Bob, will be there to help you. Check it out at twitch.tv/kazi_ioSpread The Word: Love our content? Help us out by sharing on social media, rating our podcast/episodes on iTunes, or by giving to our Patreon campaign. Every time you give, in any way, you empower our mission of helping as many agilists as possible. Thanks for sharing!Sponsor Links:The AgilePacks team is excited to offer a 20% off discount code on your first purchase of an AgilePacks kit. There's a Starter and a Pro option to fit you and your team's needs. Simply enter METACAST at checkout to save. Get your discount here.
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Creator Details

Birthdate
Aug 18th, 1975
Location
Raleigh, North Carolina, United States of America
Episode Count
349
Podcast Count
1
Total Airtime
4 days, 10 hours