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“In Process” is a podcast series from Vince Mirabelli, a self-confessed process geek, and professional "pain in the ass". This series will focus on providing value to listeners through tips, tools, and trends in the process improvement, business innovation, and operational excellence space. There will be clips, rants, interviews, recorded keynotes and presentations, all in the name of improving you and your business through innovation and process, to get you away from "that's the way we've a ...
 
This podcast series from IDS Scheer provides educational content around Process Intelligence and Performance Management, bringing you new trends and best practices of process oriented performance management via case studies and real life examples from enterprises around the globe as well our own innovations. IDS Scheer is the global leader in independent business process and performance management - and a globally renowned service provider for process-driven business transformation and imple ...
 
This podcast series from IDS Scheer provides educational content around Process Intelligence and Performance Management, bringing you new trends and best practices of process oriented performance management via case studies and real life examples from enterprises around the globe as well our own innovations. IDS Scheer is the global leader in independent business process and performance management - and a globally renowned service provider for process-driven business transformation and imple ...
 
Leading Improvements in Higher Education with Stephen Hundley from IUPUI is a service of the Assessment Institute in Indianapolis (assessmentinstitute.iupui.edu), the oldest and largest higher education assessment and improvement event in the U.S. The podcast profiles people, initiatives, institutions, and organizations improving conditions in higher education. Join thought leaders for engaging discussions of enduring and emerging topics, themes, and trends affecting colleges and universitie ...
 
AUTHOR'S NOTE: This is "The Beta Version" of this podiobook. 7th Son: Descent is now available as a print novel from St. Martin's Press. During the editorial process, significant changes and improvements were made to Descent's print manuscript. Character names were changed, and events at the end of the print novel were modified in ways that will impact the rest of the print trilogy. The print novel represents an official reboot of the 7th Son series. Due to these changes, this "Beta Version" ...
 
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The headlines of 3 and 4 April 2021 are stark - the data of 533 million Facebook users available on the web (change your password now). You have 533 MILLION reasons to take Paul Katzoff’s message on data security to heart. Paul Katzoff (Twitter) For almost a decade, Paul has worked with technology companies seeking manageable growth and brand loyal…
 
In the SPaMCAST 644, we talk teams. At the core of agile is the belief that the team is the fundamental building block of work. Because they are so important, organizations put tons of effort into helping and guiding teams. The problem is not that teams aren’t important or that we aren’t working hard to make them better, teams are still chronically…
 
This week, Caleb Woods, CEO and Senior Software Craftsman at RoleModel Software joins the podcast. Caleb and I talk about the role of craftsmanship in developing and maintaining software (or really anything else). Caleb Woods - RoleModel’s CEO - Caleb is a proven leader with extensive experience evaluating technology trends, leading teams, and impl…
 
This episode profiles 2021 themes and trends in Student Affairs. Our guests are Rob Aaron, Claudine McCarthy, and Frank Shushok. Rob is Executive Director of Student Affairs Assessment and Planning at Northwestern University. Claudine is Editor of Student Affairs Today, a periodical from Wiley with a national readership. Frank is Vice President for…
 
Vasco Duarte returns to the podcast to discuss the Scrum Master. Scrum Masters are the face of agile in many organizations. Helping team facilitators get the role right benefits not only the agile community but every business they are involved with! Vasco has been working in the software industry since 1998 and has learned the hard way what works (…
 
In this episode, we have a conversation about the future of assessment with three thought leaders contributing to a special issue of Research & Practice in Assessment, an online journal. Our guests are David Eubanks, Keston Fulcher, and Megan Good. Dave is Assistant Vice President in the Office of Institutional Assessment and Research at Furman Uni…
 
In the podcast this week, we discuss the Agile Coaching Code of Ethics and the process of building an ethical foundation. Shane Hastie and Craig Smith have been leading the effort to craft a useful Agile Coaching Code of Ethics for the past year. These two thought leaders have helped to pull together a diverse group of coaches, and then guide that …
 
The idea of Communities of Practice is thrown around alot in organizations, often without thinking about the goals of a CoP. Why? Organizations are increasingly becoming more diverse and distributed, while at the same time pursuing mechanisms to increase collaboration between groups and consistency of knowledge and practice hence the rapid growth o…
 
Chaos Engineering comes to the Software Process and Measurement Cast this week delivered (chaotically) by Mikolaj Pawlikoski. Miko and I talked about the definition of chaos engineering, why chaos is not scary, and most importantly his new book Chaos Engineering, Site reliability through controlled disruption. One of the most important side effects…
 
This week we connect with Paul Clayson to talk about cybersecurity in the IoT space. When you are dealing with extreme constraints being secure is complicated and doing nothing is a really bad option. Paul also weighs in on the CMMC (new security model) and serial entrepreneurism. Paul’s Bio: CEO of AgilePQ. 98% of IoT devices are currently unsecur…
 
In this episode, we have a conversation with three editors from Research & Practice in Assessment, an online journal focusing on higher education assessment. Our guests are Robin Anderson, Katie Busby, and Nick Curtis. Robin was involved in the founding of Research & Practice in Assessment and produced its inaugural issue. Katie served as journal e…
 
This week the Cast features our essay titled, “Collaboration - Disconnected.” The improvement imperative is driven by the need to stay competitive at a holistic level. One would expect that continuous process improvement or continuous improvement would be discussed earnestly at every staff meetings at every level of an organization, and at every me…
 
Tony Timbol of Agile Ready joins the Software Process and Measurement Cast this week. Tony and I have worked together in a past life, so we had a bit of fun poking at each other as we talked about user stories, Tony's new product, Agile Ready, and entrepreneurship. Tony delivers a number of great tips, some of which I already have put to use. Tony …
 
Cue the music . . . Happy Birthday, Software Process and Measurement Cast! Today we begin year 15 with a visit from Johanna Rothman. We talked about her THREE new books: Practical Ways to Manage Yourself: Modern Management Made Easy, Book 1 https://amzn.to/2LXKkiQ Practical Ways to Lead & Serve (Manage) Others: Modern Management Made Easy, Book 2 -…
 
In this edition of the Software Process and Measurement Cast, I talk with Rick Hall, CEO of Aginity. Rick and I talked about analytics, which has been Rick’s lifelong passion. Rick provides insights on how analytics fits in a modern organization and how to staff that group. We also discussed serial entrepreneurship. His advice is, if you don’t have…
 
This episode features a discussion with three executive search consultants and coaches concerning how to engage in the leadership search process in higher education. Our guests are Jacob Anderson, Leila Moore, and Steve Leo. Jacob is a principal with Parker Executive Search. Leila is now in private practice and was formerly Vice President with Will…
 
The Podcast this week features my interview with Unmesh Srivastava. We talked about organizational culture and disrupting health care through development that is customer-focused. We also spent time discussing the need for empathy in order to find critical business needs. Unmesh points out that many times technologists think with their technology b…
 
Software Process and Measurement Cast 632 reprises a panel from the 18th of March 2020 just as things were getting interesting on the working from the home front. Today we discuss what they have learned working with and supporting remote teams versus how it was supposed to work. The panel is: Jeff Dalton, jeff@broadswordsolutions.com Amy McDonough …
 
This week’s Software Process and Measurement Cast features our interview with Ted Harrington, author of HACKABLE: How to Do Application Security Right. Application security requires planning, coding, and testing. It is not something that you can easily remedy after the fact - it needs to be part of the conversation before you write one line of code…
 
In March 2020, as our world was shrinking and words like 'lockdown' and 'zoom-bombing' were becoming a reality, we recorded and aired SPaMCAST 597. Paul Laberge, Susan Parente, Jo Ann Sweeney, John Voris, and I talked about how we could create or preserve interactions leading to serendipity. Remote working was new for many people. This week we disc…
 
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