Relentless Learning is a 45 minute LinkedIn Live event that happens every Friday at 12 pm (noon) pacific. The sessions provide huge value to our viewers because in each event there are two “big ideas” that are presented, one by the host, Larry Apke and another by the special weekly guest. There is also adequate time for viewers to ask the host and special guests any questions about the materials presented. It’s like your very own free consultation session so plan on joining us every week!

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Upcoming Relentless Learning Schedule

DateGuestTwo “Big Ideas”
12/1/23Bill Lennan“The best team supervisors/managers/leaders willingly get uncomfortable to support their teams.” and “Apke’s Second Law of Agile Transformation.”
12/8/23Steve Ropa“The biggest reason for technical excellence that nobody talks about” and “Apke’s Third Law of Agile Transformation”
12/15/23Alexander FrumkinTBD

Previous Relentless Learning with Links

DateGuestTwo “Big Ideas”
9/29/23Thomas Meloche“Apke’s Golden Rule of Agile” and “Agile Change Consistent with Agile Values.”
10/6/23Aman Verma“Embracing AI: Unlocking a New Level of Productivity” and “The Magic of Relative Estimation.”
10/13/23Kyle Aretae“The PATh to Hours where PATh = Please And (Th)anks” and “Why Sequence Means Value”
10/20/23Charlie TriplettDigital accessibility is the key to unlocking innovation, every time.” and “Why What We See is the Key”
10/27/23Dan Moody“Success is Counted Sweetest by Those Who Ne’er Succeed” and “The Counter Intuitive Nature of Knowledge Work”
11/3/23Ennis Lynch“Scenario Based Training for Scrum Masters” and “Leaders versus Managers”
11/10/23Ian Nandhra“Leveraging the proven collaborative value of Machine Intelligence and Human Intelligence (the HiMi model) in Product Discovery and Development.” and “Metaphors As the Bridge to Seeing Differently”
11/17/23Brad Nelson“Today, we have the ability to continuously deliver software, so shouldn’t we also be continuously planning?” and “Getting Better = Getting Uncomfortable”
11/24/23Llewellyn Falco“System Thinking: Shared vs Split pain” and “Apke’s First Law of Agile Transformation”