In the format KEGON TV, Manuel Marsch and his colleagues repeatedly scrutinize details of the agile world and convey a refreshingly non-serious approach to serious topics.
Manuel Marsch interviews Marc Bauer on the topic of "flow efficiency". This describes how efficiently work orders run through large companies (systems) and how to speed them up by first looking for unnecessary waiting times and minimizing them.
Manuel Marsch interviews Klaus-Dieter Jäger on the topic of "Conway's Law". This describes that technical infrastructures with many systems/participants always align themselves according to communication structures and that a shift in communication or the right cut of agile teams in large organizations massively reduces the complexity of system landscapes and ensures better flow.
Manuel Marsch interviews Thorsten Janning Jäger on the topic of "Strategy in Agile". Agile methods are nowadays often used successfully for product development on team level as well as larger units, such as Trains, Tribes or Product Areas. The definition of company goals and visions on the highest strategy level is often not yet "agile", but rather slow and classic. Thorsten Janning introduces a concept that allows this level and those involved to work easily with agile patterns and thus become much faster and more successful.
Manuel and Stefan talk casually (and not entirely seriously) about SAFe and the clear references to Hesse, the Äppler, de Bembel, de Banke and the airport.