During our 2022 conversation, SAFe Fellow Kathy Marshak and Emily Lint sat down to discuss Middle Management in the agile space. Where do they belong? How do you bring them on the Agile journey with you? And, most importantly, how do we as Agilists help them thrive in these new ways of working. Take a listen to learn more!
About the Featured Guest
Kathy Marshak is a Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) Fellow, Business Agility Transformation Coach, and instructor with Icon Agility Services, Inc. She is passionate about guiding people through the cultural, organizational, and process changes required to increase business agility. Kathy has been applying SAFe since 2013 and working incrementally and iteratively since the mid-1990s.
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About our Host
Emily Lint is a budding industry leader in the realm of business agility. Energetic and empathetic she leverages her knowledge of psychology, business, technology, and mindfulness to create a cocktail for success for her clients and peers. Her agile journey officially started in 2018 with a big move from Montana to New Mexico going from traditional ITSM and project management methodologies to becoming an agile to project management translator for a big government research laboratory. From then on she was hooked on this new way of working. The constant innovation, change, and retrospection cured her ever present craving to enable organizations to be better, do better, and provide an environment where her co-workers could thrive.
Since then she has started her own company and in partnership with ICON Agility Services serves, coaches, and trains clients of all industries in agile practices, methodologies, and most importantly, mindset. Please check out her website (www.lintagility.com) to learn more. You can also follow Emily on LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/emily-lint-802b2b88/).
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