Binge-Listen to This: Your Agile Podcast Could Change the Future
Podcasting is back, and its on fire.
Initially more of a toy than a tool, podcasts are magnetizing audiences in every demographic. Busy executives are subscribing in waves….your parents have their own show….what’s going on?
For the first time, YOU have a direct line to the minds of hundreds of millions of people… and they want your unique voice. And that's exactly what we need more of as we try to improve agile adoption and effectiveness. The exciting part is that companies are increasingly using podcasts as part of a multi-channel strategy to communicate and spread ideas internally. Are you ready?
Skip the web searches and let a veteran show you the way. In this session, the host ofThe Badass Agile Podcastwill show you how he went from a fan base of one (his best friend Kevin) to reaching practitioners in over 90 countries twice a week. You’ll learn what's new in podcasting, why it's working, and how you can use it to make change in your organization…and to help evolve the future of our craft and our community.
We’ll go through a real example of how it was used to improve agile adoption in one of the world's largest services firms, and maybe even share the secrets of acquiring massive creative firepower and delivering game-ending tone.
Outline/Structure of the Workshop
About podcasting - Drool-worthy Stats and Trends
Yes You Should Make a Podcast
What Matters Most in Creating a Successful Podcast
EXERCISE - Carving Your Niche
How To Change Hearts and Minds - Podcasting as Education, Inspiration and Evangelism
EXERCISE - Building Your Backlog - Your Creative Habit
EXERCISE - Fast Track to Production - what you do and don’t need to worry about; getting to your first finished episode
As an outcome of the session, participants will:
-Know the facts and stats about podcasts, their reach and impact.
-Understand how podcasting can be used not just to entertain, but to educate and to influence organizations AND communities
-Understand the top four strategies for effective podcasting
-Learn how to find your voice, target your audience, and strategize for maximum impact.
-Walk away with a draft podcast strategy and a Quick Start Map so you can started as soon as the session is over
Audio geeks, people with soapboxes, dreamers, and visionaries.
Prerequisites for Attendees
A raging desire to contribute your voice and experience to the community.
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