The Agile Path
About This Show
Here on The Agile Path we create audio documentaries on the issues facing organisations as they move towards more agile ways of working.
Our series are meticulously researched as we attempt to capture the full gamut of views and experiences, from our contributors who are a mix of both world renowned experts and individuals working on teams that are experimenting with new ways of working.
We combine extensive research with imaginative storytelling and innovative sound design to bring you an experience that might just change the way you look at the world.
Most Recent Episode
S1E1 In Search of Safety Retrospective
3 weeks ago with we started our journey with our first episode “In Search of Safety”. Shortly after each episode is released we will bring together some contributors for a discussion inspired by the issues raised. This was originally streamed live on 5th April 2017. If you haven’t yet listening to the first episode, then go back and listen to it first as there may be spoilers! We had a fascinating discussion covering many areas on how to foster safety and things notice in unsafe organisations. Featured on this episode: Amitai Schleier Johanna Rothman Tim Ottinger Lisa Crispin Visit www.agilepath.fm for more information about all the interviewees in this and other episodes. There is also supplementary material accompanying each episode including the beautiful episode art produced for each episode the artist and mural designer, my sister Liz Le Drew. Check out agilepath.fm/art for more information. The music from this episode was performed and composed by Austin Wintory from his album Monaco / What's Yours is Mine, and the theme music was composed by Austin Wintory and arranged and performed by Laura Intravia from the album Monaco / Gentleman’s Private Collection. See agilepath.fm/safety/music for more information about the music from this season, including links to purchase. We love to hear your feedback and suggestions, continue the conversation with us @agilepathfm on Twitter and Facebook or you can email us on firstname.lastname@example.org, and you can reach out to me directly on Twitter @antz29. If you see value in what we are doing then please leave us a review in iTunes, it only takes a moment and helps more people find us.