When I was a kid I remember people talking about IQ. Back then people believed that IQ was fixed and there was nothing you could do about it. Kinda sucked because if you took an IQ test and it said you didn't have a high IQ well you were stuck. I have dyslexia, back [...]
PMI NA Global Congress 2011 View more presentations from Joseph Flahiff. I had a great time speaking at the PMI Global Congress in Dallas and am excited to share with you these slides and the recorded audio.
I just took the PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI ACP exam) exam and in this teleconference I was sharing my immediate gut reactions to the exam. My guest co-host on the call is Rory McCorkle the Product Owner of the exam. Rory gives us a brief update on the status of the exam and then [...]
Ruben Gonzalez http://www.thelugeman.com/ Trying out video from my iPhone. Can't get it to post the video directly from my phone yet. but that will come...
Two weeks ago we started using kanban to manage the Saturday morning chores for our family. We have learned and are doing it again this week. Check out how the girls surprised me with their own approach to vacuuming the master bedroom!
Today I met with Mike Orzen of Steady Improvement. Mike and his colleague Steve Bell recently wrote the book: Lean IT which is the WINNER OF THE 2011 Shingo Research and Professional Publication Award. After chatting over coffee at one of the ever present Starbucks in the Seattle area, I attended the ASQ/APICS dinner meeting [...]
Andy Hunt was one of the original signers of the Agile Manifesto in 2001. I had a great time interviewing Andy Hunt (Andrew Hunt) for this podcast. It is great to find a kindred spirit. I hope you enjoy listening to /ndy talk about his pragmatic approach to software development. Learn more about [...]
Jeffery Liker is the author of 9 books including the international best seller "The Toyota Way". In this podcast Joseph discusses with Jeff the "smells" of successful and unsuccessful lean implementations. Here are links to Amazon [affiliate links] about the books mentioned in this podcast.
Arie van Bennekum was one of the original signatories of the Agile Manifesto. He is an active contributor to the agile community, active in the DSDM Consortium, an author and well known speaker. Arie comes to us from the Netherlands.