Practice of leading the work of a team to achieve goals and criteria at a specified time
Patrick Yip serves as the Director of Business Development at APMEX and OneGold. APMEX is one of the largest retailers of physical gold, silver, platinum and palladium, and has sold over $15 billion in product over its 20+ year history. OneGold is a fast growing online precious metals platform that has processed over $750 million in transactions during its first three years in business. Mr. Yip joined APMEX in 2011 and has held roles in Merchandising, Sales, Project Management and Business Development. He played a key role in the company's 250%+ growth on marketplaces such as eBay, Amazon and Walmart. *DISCLAIMER - We are not giving any financial advice. Please DYOR* (00:00 - 02:08) Opening Segment - Patrick is being introduced as the guest Host - Patrick shares something interesting about hiself (02:08 - 28:39) How to profit from owning Rare Earth Metals - Patrick shares his investment personally and why - Patrick share about what kind of challenges and wall of challenges and etc.? - He shares how much he earn in his investment - He also shares the demands of the rare metal - He also shares the past demands of stocks in market - He shares which is rare?Gold or Silver? - Patrick talks if it is low risk or high risk - What can go wrong? - Patrick shares what percentage of his portfolio contains his stratigic metals (28:39 -29:33) Closing Segment - How can Alpesh's listeners reach Patrick -If you want to learn more about the discussion, you can watch the podcast on Wealth Matter's YouTube channel and you can reach out to Alpesh using this link. Check us out at: Facebook: @wealthmatrs IG: @wealthmatrs.ig Tiktok: @wealthmatrs
Christian Scott Christian Scott is the Senior IT Manager at New Directions Behavioral Health. With 25 years of experience in IT, Christian has become well-versed in project management, team building, and change management. He has a Bachelor of Science in Business and Technology Management, plus an MBA in Business Administration and Project Management. Christian Scott...
Tyler Bains, project manager with Page One Power, joins Erin to create of drinking game with the use of analogies in project management! No, of course not, that would not be responsible of us (see below if you want to play with your team)! Erin and Tyler dig into the usage of “it depends” when working with SEO clients. There's a lot behind that phrase, and it has a stigma as well. Listen in as we tackle goal communications with clients and the responsibility of project managers to help educate their clients. There are a lot of things depending on SEO success, and it's our job at the agency level to guide our client's understanding as well as their success! This special episode of the EDGE is where we connect with one of our sponsor's leadership members. Be sure the check out Page One Power over at edgeofthewebradio.com/pageonepower. [00:03:04] Tyler Bain: Project Manager at Page One Power [00:06:23] You Have to be Hungry for Knowledge in the SEO Industry [00:07:32] "It Depends": The Bane of Communication in the SEO Industry [00:13:03] “It Depends” Can Actually be used to Build a Partnership with the Client [00:15:35] Communicating and Understanding Goals [00:17:10] Project Goals are Performance Goals As Well [00:20:15] "It Depends" Can Be a Deal Killer [00:23:44] Losing Your Traffic Isn't Necessarily a Bad Thing...It Depends [00:24:51] Your Agency SEO Data Should Be Part of the Conversation [00:32:45] A Level of Trust in Sailing: Best Practices of the Crew Count the Analogy Drinking Game! Did we get them all??? Let us know at @EDGEWebRadio The cherry on Top Plates Spinning Giant Crank Improv Toilet Seat Cover Secret Sauce Magic Wand Pie in the Sky Out on a Limb Live Sports Game White-knuckling Shelves of the Candy Store Workout Sailing a Ship, Trusting the Crew Painting a Picture Voiceovers to the Voice of the Client Bandoliers
In this week's Wine Down Wednesday, Suneera is sharing what sprint planning is and how you can use it in your day to day life to accomplish big projects. You'll learn how sprint planning allows you to visually see progress towards your goals and makes it easier to delegate tasks to your team so that you can complete your projects faster and more efficiently. Follow @ceoschool for inspiration and exclusive behind-the-scenes you won't find anywhere else. This episode is sponsored by The Club, a digital monthly community to help you level up in leadership and life. Learn more today at https://join.theceoschool.co/
Growing up in coastal communities in Florida and California, Kate Loredo was constantly surrounded by palm trees, beaches, and thoughtful city planning, allowing her to learn and appreciate the value human-made environments could add to a town's natural aesthetic. So it shouldn't come as a surprise that later in life, after pursuing a degree in business and beginning her career in customer service, Kate was singled out by her boss as a strong-willed, detail-oriented employee. Kate was then selected to move to San Francisco to lead a project managing 200 union plumbers who, by the way, were twice her age. Since that first project, Kate managed projects of various sizes, became an expert in project management for the utility industry, and ultimately started her own company, L2 Solutions, in 2019. In this episode of Money Loves Women, join Dr. Deborah Ekstrom and Kate Loredo to learn about project management, the utility industry, how women can get plugged into construction, unions, and trades, and the value of mentorship. Topics Discussed: Project management Women in Construction Entrepreneurship Mentorship Unions Resources: L2 Solutions Website L2 Solutions Facebook Page Kate Loredo's LinkedIn Profile For more information on how to achieve financial freedom, personal mastery, and professional success, please visit https://moneyloveswomen.com/.
The Transformation Ground Control podcast covers a number of topics important to digital and business transformation. This episode covers the following topics and interviews: Hot Topics: Digitization of Air Cargo, Tortilla Robots, Mission Critical Networks in Industry 4.0, Navy Seals and Company Culture GPA (Eric Kimberling and Kyler Cheatham) Best Practices and Lessons in Digital Transformation Project Management (Adriana Girdler, Author and Project Management Expert) Quality Assurance in Digital Transformation (Clifford Martin and Dominic Lyne, Third Stage Consulting) We also cover a number of other relevant topics related to digital and business transformation throughout the show. This weekly podcast series premiers live on YouTube every Wednesday at 8am NYC time / 1pm London / 9pm Hong Kong. You can also subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Google, Spotify, Pandora, or your favorite podcast platform. WATCH MORE EPISODES HERE: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLyI-oIQSgI2DGXQKvUz-farHwls_B3G3i —————————————————————— DOWNLOAD MORE RESOURCES BELOW: —————————————————————— 2023 DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION REPORT: https://resource.thirdstage-consulting.com/2023digitaltransformationreport TOP 10 ERP SYSTEMS RANKING: https://www.thirdstage-consulting.com/the-top-10-erp-systems-for-2020/ TOP 10 ERP SYSTEMS FOR SMALL BUSINESSES: https://www.thirdstage-consulting.com/top-erp-systems-for-small-businesses/ TOP 10 CRM SYSTEMS: https://www.thirdstage-consulting.com/top-10-crm-systems-for-digital-transformations GUIDE TO ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE MANAGEMENT: http://resource.thirdstage-consulting.com/the-definitive-guide-to-erp-hcm-organizational-change-management 20 LESSONS FROM 1,000 ERP IMPLEMENTATIONS: https://resource.thirdstage-consulting.com/lessons-from-1000-erp-implementations-ebook ———————————————————— CONNECT WITH ME: ———————————————————— LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/erickimberling/ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/erickimberling/ TIKTOK: https://www.tiktok.com/@erickimberling0 TWITTER: https://twitter.com/erickimberling CLUBHOUSE: https://www.joinclubhouse.com/@erickimberling THIRD STAGE LINKEDIN PAGE: https://www.linkedin.com/company/third-stage-consulting-group/ CONTACT ME TO BRAINSTORM IDEAS FOR YOUR DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION: firstname.lastname@example.org ———————————————————— MUSIC IN THIS EPISODE: ———————————————————— Get I'm Ready by The Eiffels here https://t.lickd.co/geq6gnjo3Y8 License ID: BWZVjrzvZrp Get You Worry Me by Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats here https://t.lickd.co/XzBW917yD6r License ID: 9Yj09D0lpQ6 Get International Space Station by British Sea Power here https://t.lickd.co/5rM5pxr8zjn License ID: L60pV5bBynb Get Can I Play With Madness (1998 - Remaster) by Iron Maiden here https://t.lickd.co/rPYy0OeVxlk License ID: meOpz0DNbYX Get Relax by Frankie Goes To Hollywood here https://t.lickd.co/86xKJAXy5n0 License ID: pk83mPEEKLG Get Back on the Chain Gang by Pretenders here https://lickd.lnk.to/H2t9DXID!Eric%20Kimberling%20-%20Digital%20Transformation License ID: A1QvWy4gkm4 Get Epic by Faith No More here https://t.lickd.co/zG5VzByg51a License ID: jwXzQklAN1O Get Bad To The Bone by George Thorogood & The Destroyers here https://t.lickd.co/Ooy7kBDQy97 License ID: 6WzW4pvZKmk Get this and other songs for your next YouTube video at https://lickd.co
In today's episode, we have Jolanda Logan, an expert transformational speaker who knows the importance of taking your time and the success that it can bring. Jolanda Logan is a business consultant, coach, minister, and strategist. Her gift is connecting good people with good people. She figures out how information and relationships can be maximized to be mutually beneficial. If you're wanting a different perspective, and probably a good exhale moment to relax into the flow of your business, then this episode is made for you. In this episode, you'll learn some pro tips to help you: Not to Rush Take Your Time Know That You Have Enough Time Here's a peek inside the episode: [01:48] Artificial Deadlines & Unnecessary Pressure [05:24] There's Enough Time [12:36] The Highs and Lows of the Entrepreneurial Journey [14:45] Failures as Pivots for Redirection [15:17] It's about the Journey, Not The Destination [16:47] Stop To Recenter, Re-clarify, and Refocus [20:39] Release, Let Go and Validate Your Feelings [23:25] Pro Tips To Help Scale Your Business While Enjoying Your Entrepreneurial Journey [27:52] Tenacity, Faith, and Resilience [31:46] Don't Rush [37:20] Time Management and Prioritization [39:45] Big Movements Stars With Small Actions Connect with me! It's time to stop fading into the background. Learn how to leverage your marketing to land your dream clients. If your branding looks like everyone else's, nobody is going to pick you. This guide holds the secret sauce for getting noticed—no matter how crowded your industry is. Download "3 Ways to Revamp Your Brand Messaging to Stand Out From the Competition" here: www.flourishmarketing.co/revamp Podcast Instagram: The Flourishing Entrepreneur FM Website: Flourish Marketing | Radically Authentic Messaging & Copywriting Schedule a Discovery Call: Discovery Call Guest's Bio: Jolanda Logan is the President and CEO of Jolanda Logan Consulting (JLC). She is a strategic, business-minded communications professional. She has more than 25 years of progressive experience working for Fortune 100 companies and agencies in Corporate Communications, Media & Public Relations, Administration, Project Management, and Product Marketing. Where to find more of Jolanda Logan: Jolanda's Website: jolandalogan.com Jolanda's LinkedIn: Jolanda Jolanda's Instagram: @jolandaloganenterprises Jolanda's Facebook: Jolanda Logan Consulting
Do you know how to brand your property business?In today's episode, I'm joined by Brian and Lauren Metcalfe of Skaus Haus, a property developer based in Liverpool. Before becoming full-time property investors, Brian worked in retail buying and merchandising for 20 years while Lauren worked in the Food Buying and Brand Licensing sector.And in this insightful episode, we're going to talk out:How investing in single lets helped them build confidence to take on larger projectsThe role of mentorship and property education in building their businessTips and advice when managing teams and projectsThe importance and benefits of branding3 flat conversion case studyGot any questions? Ask us in The HMO Community Facebook Group or become a member at The HMO Roadmap to help you start, scale, and systemise your HMO business. You can also follow me on Instagram @andygraham.hmo or follow The HMO Podcast on Facebook for more updates!
For Rose, traveling after college was been a transformative experience. She packed her life into a 40L backpack and she started traveling with her husband which turned into 5 years of travel.
Resources mentioned: Contact Ryan at: email@example.comCalls-to-action: Inspiring People and Places is brought to you by MCFA. Visit our website www.MCFAglobal.com and sign up for our weekly newsletter where we curate some of the top industry articles of the week and give you a dose of inspiration as you head into the weekend! MCFA IS HIRING!! If you or anyone you know are looking to work in the Planning, Project Development, Project Management, or Construction Management field, contact us through our website. Interns to Executives...we need great people to help us innovate and inspire, plan, develop and build our nation's infrastructure. Check out our MUST FILL positions here https://mcfaglobal.com/careers/. We reward the bold and the action oriented so if you don't see a position but think you are a fit...send us an email! Learn more at www.MCFAGlobal.com Author: BJ Kraemer, MCFAKeywords: MCFA, Architecture, Construction, Engineering, Public Engineers, Military Engineers, United States Military Academy, Veteran Affairs, Development, Veteran, Military, SEC
This week New Zealand Stage Manager Annah Jacobs drops by the studio to join Josh as this week's guest host. Annah talks about what life is like touring New Zealand, she gives the listener a great tip on how to spike using electrical tape, we hear about out how the pandemic lead her to study a Cert in Project Management and we find out how the hell you manage a show with a REAL baby onstage!!In Act Two the duo discuss how the SM role has change with covid safety responsibilities, as well as share an insight into what they wish they knew before starting in theatre.Follow Annah on Instagram: @aj.backstage—If you'd like to ask a question to be answered on the podcast you can send them via the links below.Follow us on Instagram: @whispersinthewingsFollow us on Twitter: @whispersitwingsFollow us on Facebook: Whispers In The Wings PodcastWhispers In The Wings is produced by Marker Creative Co.Whispers in the Wings acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded. Always was, always will be Aboriginal Land. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Cori Prokopowicz, a Project Manager at APi Construction, deep dives into the twelve years she has spent with the organization. Cori recently completed a four year project, combating exhaustion, and finding ways to motivate the team throughout. She identifies learning opportunities from the experience and shares how the team built positive customer relationships along the way. Finally, Cori shares the importance of proactive planning, listening to her intuition, admitting one's mistakes, and learning from experiences, both good and bad.
Project Management tools, can't live with em, can't live without em. One Product Marketer turned his disdain for Project Management tools into a Go-To-Market Platform called Ignition. That man's name is Derek Osgood and we chatted all about his company and some of his favorite and most hated Product Marketing tools. Check out Ignition here The Product Marketing AI podcast is on a mission to make the lives of Product Marketers easier. Sponsored by Gym-To-Market. The number 1 gym-obsessed apparel brand for marketers. Coming soon on Shopify. Follow Derek Osgood Twitter | LinkedIn Follow Sean Broderick: Twitter | LinkedIn
Phil Ranck, newly minted veteran after 24 years of active Army service as a Warrant Officer. In addition, had the distinct pleasure of becoming a DA LSS MBB. After retirement with an awesome family in the Last Frontier of Alaska, he co-founded a training and consulting company that allows him to use these skills to support the business community and the honor of continuing to train service members. To ensure he is capable of advising on all aspects of LSS credentialing, he has achieved Council for Six Sigma Certification (CSSC) MBB, International Association For Six Sigma Certification (IASSC) BB, and American Society for Quality (ASQ) BB. He deployed multiple times to Iraq and Afghanistan with amazing teams, and he and his family are outdoor enthusiasts. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vets2pm/support
In this episode of The Lean Solutions Podcast, Kevin Gausch and I discuss lean applied in different industries. Specifically, the construction industry. His knowledge and stories help explain how lean can be applied outside manufacturing when practitioners truly understand the principles of continuous improvement. About the Guest: As a Certified Manager of Quality and Organizational Excellence through ASQ with a focus on the construction industry, Kevin has set himself apart as an expert in quality management. In the past 30 years, his experience includes Quality and Project Management in the utility contractor space and the construction industry. He's worked hands-on across all areas, from foreman to the c-suite, and witnessed the difference that technology can make to help working teams get better every day. Skilled in managing complicated processes that involve many stakeholders, Kevin's global team is dedicated to sharing their hands-on experience to drive success in digital transformation and ultimately raise the bar for frontline teams. What You'll Learn: How do you apply lean principles in construction? Best practices and tips and tricks for lean process improvement in operations The role of technology and digitization in lean process improvement. The impact of technology on process effectiveness. Links: https://safetyculture.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevingausch/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leansolutions/support
Prioritizing feedback, making decisions and hitting your project deadlines can be challenging for even the most experienced pro. That's why in this episode we're talking with Daniel Bottas of 20Dash, and Varun Raikar of IndusLabs, about how they organize and manage simple-to-complex AR projects. Advance your career as an AR professional, explore additional AR learning courses, workshops and certification programs available through the Spark AR Curriculum: https://sparkar.facebookblueprint.com/student/catalog Questions or suggestions? Reach out to our host Lianne at @Itsliannebaron on Instagram.Guest bios:Daniel Bottas is a Partner at 20Dash Company and is a Metaverse Specialist. He worked for 8 years at Meta as a Creative Strategist, developing AR solutions for people, brands, and governments. He has been awarded 8 Cannes Lions, in addition to other awards such as Webby, FIAP, and El Ojo. @bottasVarun Raikar is an AR Creator and the Founder & CTO at IndusLabs. IndusLabs helps influencers, brands and businesses increase brand awareness by developing impactful Social AR experiences. They've worked with global brands including Meta, T-Series, Discovery, Yatra, VodafoneCU, Robert Bosch, and many more. @vr7.techThanks to our question askers: Boon Jun, @boonjun1003; Seba Larraín, @filtrolab.cl
L'iniziativa del PMI NIC per la scuola primaria è volta a condividere con i più piccoli la cultura del progetto e del lavoro di squadra, dando loro alcuni strumenti di project management. Nel podcast la testimonianza di un volontario e di un'insegnante.
In this week's podcast, Ricardo addresses the topic “Economy of Attention”. He says that a product is made to meet a market need, and the greater the demand, the higher the price of the product. However, as large amounts of data and actions we must manage make attention an invaluable presentation. There are many things vying for our focus at any given time, including work, employees, social media, and electronics. In the same way, in the project environment, our most pre-project need, among our deliveries is to have attention, the manager's team, the customer, the supplier. To drive and deliver the expected results to our stakeholders, we must position ourselves in the context of this attention economy. Furthermore, Ricardo talks of two inferences about how the attention economy affects our project. Listen to #5minpodcast to understand better.
No podcast desta semana, Ricardo aborda o tema “Economia da Atenção”. Ele diz que um produto é feito para suprir uma necessidade do mercado, e que quanto maior a demanda, maior o preço do produto. No entanto, as grandes quantidades de dados e ações que devemos gerenciar hoje tornam a atenção concentrada uma mercadoria inestimável. Há muitas coisas disputando nosso foco a qualquer momento, incluindo trabalho, obrigações familiares, redes sociais e aparelhos eletrônicos. Da mesma forma, no ambiente de projetos, nossa necessidade mais premente para concluir nossas entregas é ter atenção da equipe, do gestor, do cliente, do fornecedor, entre outros. Para impulsionar e entregar os resultados esperados aos nossos stakeholders, devemos nos posicionar no contexto dessa economia da atenção. Além disso, Ricardo fala de duas inferências sobre como a economia da atenção afeta nosso projeto. Escute o #5minpodcast para entender melhor.
Bilsay serves as Regional CFO (TIP Region) and Board Member at DöhlerGroup. DohlerGroup operates in more than 130 countries across all continents and offers fully integrated food and beverage solutions from concept to reality.Bilsay has over a decade of experience in M&A, Internal Auditing, Strategic Planning, Project Management, Business Development, Compliance Management, Process Reengineering and has a record of architecting financial strategies for maximizing growth & revenue backed by a CMA. Bilge is a highly analytical professional who assists international clients in the acquisition of other businesses. Create and implement systems to aid internal financial controls, as well as initiatives to improve financial operations.Bilsay is exceptional in finance/accounting policies and procedures, and has proven expertise in delivering international projects within defined cost, scope & timelines and has exceptional overall business acumen. Prior to DöhlerGroup, Bilsay worked as a CFO at Bunge, CFOO at Solera, Inc, and EMEA East Controller, Turkey Finance and Accounting Manager at Monsanto. Bilsay graduated with a degree in business and administration from Istanbul University and earned a master's in leadership development from Esade.Support the show
The Google Project Management Certificate helps people prepare for entry-level jobs in the high-growth field of project management. The certificate dives deep into project management software, tools and templates, with an emphasis on Scrum. Scrum.org collaborated with Google to bring Scrum and Agile expertise to the Google Project Management Certificate and prepare for the Professional Scrum Master I certification. In this podcast series hosted by Scrum.org CEO, Dave West, he interviews Google Career Certificate graduates to learn about their experiences before, during and after the program. In this episode, Dave interviews Joanne Cheng, Project Manager at DoubleDown Interactive about her journey in which she had her eyes on a career as a project manager in gaming and now she is doing just that! They talk about how she uses what she has learned in the program and the Professional Scrum Master certification exam. They discuss how she applies her learnings to her work and her plans to grow professionally.
Pradyut Paul holds bachelor's and master's degrees in electrical engineering, as well as an MBA from Yale. Among other things, he managed several new product programs at Apple including the iPhone 8, 8+, 10s, 10s Max, 11, as well as early development of AirTags. Pradyut says about himself:“I'm not very smart, but I'm smart enough to know that engineers shouldn't be spending most of their time in meetings and sifting through emails. My goal is to enable hardware teams to focus on innovation and engineering by providing a platform that removes the frictions in design collaboration.”Pradyut's company Bild offers a modern cloud-native PDM solution for hardware teams who need to manage CAD data.Aaron Moncur, hostWe hope you enjoyed this episode of the Being an Engineer Podcast.Help us rank as the #1 engineering podcast on Apple and Spotify by leaving a review for us.You can find us under the category: mechanical engineering podcast on Apple Podcasts.Being an Engineer podcast is a go-to resource and podcast for engineering students on Spotify, too.Aaron Moncur and Rafael Testai love hearing from their listeners, so feel free to email us, connect on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and subscribe on Apple Podcast and Spotify! About Being An EngineerThe Being An Engineer podcast is a repository for industry knowledge and a tool through which engineers learn about and connect with relevant companies, technologies, people resources, and opportunities. We feature successful mechanical engineers and interview engineers who are passionate about their work and who made a great impact on the engineering community.The Being An Engineer podcast is brought to you by Pipeline Design & Engineering. Pipeline partners with medical & other device engineering teams who need turnkey equipment such as cycle test machines, custom test fixtures, automation equipment, assembly jigs, inspection stations and more. You can find us on the web at www.teampipeline.us
Kristina Brummer and Heather Johnston are back with the second episode in the Grow Your Heart Centered Business Series. This episode Heather introduces the Five Projects Rule, a concept discussed by Charlie Gilkey, the founder of Productive Flourishing, in his book Start Finishing. This concept or rule was discovered on Jenny Blake's podcast Free Time.This episode came on the heels of our first episode. We started talking about time management and taking on too many projects. We hit record once we realized that it was a perfect conversation for all of the heart-centered leaders and entrepreneurs. The Five Projects Rule is a great framework for better management of our project and helps to create an understanding of what we need to own versus what we can pass on to team members, or with home projects, our partners and family members..Bios:Heather JohnstonIn the summer of 2019, Heather took a leap, without a safety net. She was burnt out and left her job of over a decade to take a chance on herself. It was scary, and at 45 she had spent the last decade building her career in technology support and project management. But she was called to create her own coaching business, The Creative Pivot, and has been on a mission to help midlife women see the possibility of what they could build in their own lives and businesses by choosing to take a chance on themselves. Treating your life as a work of art just waiting for your creative mind to bring it to life.Kristina BrummerKristina is a heart-centered entrepreneur building a small business, she is the Founder & CEO of The Spectacular Middle, a full-service virtual support agency for entrepreneurs. Kristina started her agency after a successful corporate career. In the creative pivot fashion, she changed the trajectory of her life. Founder of The Spectacular Middle, a full-service virtual support agency for entrepreneurs.All the links:More information on coaching with Heather at thecreativepivot.comMore information on virtual support services with Kristina at thespectacularmiddle.comJoin our mailing list to receive information on new podcast episodes as well as learn more about our business strategy sessions to grow your business. ------------------------------------------------------Interested in learning more about creating a new career or business at this stage in your life? visit TheCreativePivot.com and schedule a free appointment to learn more about how you can learn to get out of your own way and make big, positive, changes in your life.
Accountability on Project Teams In this episode, we're taking on the subject of accountability. And though fostering accountability among our team members is something we'll talk about, you're going to see that developing a culture of personal accountability might have a lot more to do with us than we realize. My guest today is Michael Timms. He's the author of a fantastic leadership book entitled How Leaders Can Inspire Accountability: Three Habits That Make or Break Leaders and Elevate Organizational Performance. In this episode, Michael helps us get a better understanding of what accountability is--and isn't. He explains how looking at accountability through the lens of systems thinking can help us better understand why we're getting the behaviors we're experiencing. Michael shares his litmus test of whether or not someone is a leader. And he introduces us to some habits that, when done well and consistently, can develop transforming levels of impact on you, your team, and your organization's results. Learn more about Michael and his book at MichaelTimms.com. For more insights related to this episode, check out: Episode 213 for my conversation with Christopher Avery about his book The Accountability Process Episode 20 for my conversation with John G. Miller, author of The QBQ Do You Have a High School or College Age Student in Your Family? If so, check out our e-learning program entitled Getting Stuff Done: Project Management for Students. It provides practical skills to reduce the stress of their school work and help jumpstart their career. Learn more and get access at https://i-leadonline.com/GettingStuffDone. Thank you for joining me for this episode of The People and Projects Podcast! Talent Triangle: Power Skills The following music was used for this episode: Music: Soft Interlude by Alexander Nakarada Free download: https://filmmusic.io/song/7766-soft-interlude License (CC BY 4.0): https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Artist website: https://www.serpentsoundstudios.com/ Music: Road Trip by Frank Schroeter Free download: https://filmmusic.io/song/9761-road-trip License (CC BY 4.0): https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Artist on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frank.schroeter.52 “With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility” Scene – Spider-Man (2002) Movie CLIP HD On YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HuS5NuXRb5Y
Angela Floessel, Global Director of Pricing and Legal Project Management at Morrison Foerster, discusses the litigation finance program she helped set up permitting MoFo to take good cases it might not otherwise take, secure good results for clients it might not otherwise help and help grow the firm's bottom line while doing it. Before moving to legal, Angela spent most of her career in finance. But in 2015, she took her business skills to the legal world. First to Baker Mckenzie and ultimately landed at Morrison Foerster. Among other responsibilities, Angela was hired to build out MoFo's pricing and practice management teams, but while doing that, her business background helped her spot another opportunity at the firm to develop–a litigation funding program. Working with other lawyers at her firm, they developed a structured litigation funding program, with a due diligence protocol and a legal funding committee that vets good cases for which they can enlist the help of litigation funders. As Angela also explains, to ensure the program is a success, its foundation relies on project management processes. The firm's project management team is involved in the cases every step of the way to make sure they identify the right opportunities, staff the cases correctly and stay on budget.
On today's episode, BJ talks with Mike Stauss, Project Director at Clayco. Mike breaks down his 17 year career at Clayco, his journey to Project Director, and the educational platforms he has engaged with. Further, Mike breaks down the pull planning model, and how successful projects have been derived from more efficient scheduling. Resources mentioned: Project Savings & Owners Article: GET FROM BJ (mentioned in episode that research would need to be done to find this article)“The Lean Builder” by Joe Donarumo & Keyan Zandy : https://theleanbuilder.com/product/the-lean-builder/“The Impossible Climb” by Mark Synnott: https://www.amazon.com/Impossible-Climb-Honnold-Capitan-Climbing/dp/1101986646 Calls-to-action: Inspiring People and Places is brought to you by MCFA. Visit our website www.MCFAglobal.com and sign up for our weekly newsletter where we curate some of the top industry articles of the week and give you a dose of inspiration as you head into the weekend! MCFA IS HIRING!! If you or anyone you know are looking to work in the Planning, Project Development, Project Management, or Construction Management field, contact us through our website. Interns to Executives...we need great people to help us innovate and inspire, plan, develop and build our nation's infrastructure. Check out our MUST FILL positions here https://mcfaglobal.com/careers/. We reward the bold and the action oriented so if you don't see a position but think you are a fit...send us an email! Learn more at www.MCFAGlobal.com Author: BJ Kraemer, MCFA
This week, Brian Milner is joined by Julie Chickering to talk about the wild world of Project Management. Overview Brian Milner and Julie Chickering discuss how the world of project management can blend successfully with an Agile approach. There seems to sometimes be an attitude that it’s an either/or decision with these two. In this podcast, we take a look at how to blend them, how project managers fit in, and how these two disciplines can coexist. Julie brings her experience to this discussion having come from the project management realm. Listen now to discover: 3:42 - Brian asks Julie about the general distrust between these communities 6:15 - Julie shares that 50% of the PMP exam now is on Agile practices 8:38 - Julie brings up the dreaded status report - Green / Yellow / Red 12:10 - Julie brings up the politics of Green / Yellow / Red 15:10 - Julie talks about the cost of poor quality 16:26 - Are we in the Agile community making PMs feel wrong? 17:22 - Brian discusses Outcomes vs Output 26:10 - Brian asks about PMs who are in companies making transitions. What happens to the project managers? Listen next time when we’ll be discussing... Brian and Mike Cohn share some of the best questions from their live coaching calls on the Agile Mentors community. References and resources mentioned in the show Monty Python Project Management Institute The Cowman and the Farmer Should be Friends from Oklahoma! HBR article on Output vs Outcomes From Project Manager to Scrum Master - 3 Tips for Making the Transition Agile Project Management by Jim Highsmith The Software Project Manager’s Bridge to Agility by Michele Sliger and Stacia Broderick PM Illustrated: A Visual Learner’s Guide to Project Management by Mike Griffiths - free on Kindle Want to get involved? This show is designed for you, and we’d love your input. Enjoyed what you heard today? It would be great if you left a rating and a review. It really helps, and we read every single one. Got an agile subject you’d like us to discuss or a question that needs an answer? Share your thoughts with us at firstname.lastname@example.org This episode’s presenters are: Brian Milner is SVP of coaching and training at Mountain Goat Software. He’s passionate about making a difference in people’s day-to-day work, influenced by his own experience of transitioning to Scrum and seeing improvements in work/life balance, honesty, respect, and the quality of work. Julie Chickering is a certified Scrum Trainer as well as a CST, PMP, PMI-ACP CSM, CSPO, and Path to CSP Educator. She believes that Agile practices are packed with potential — to enable business agility, and breakthrough results. Julie loves to help people implement agile even when the environments are messy, people are complicated, and situations are challenging. She brings real-world experience working with people at all levels to adopt and roll out realistic Agile strategies organization-wide.
Welcome to the Boomer Briefing Podcast, where we help you solve a critical business issue in 20 minutes or less. This episode, host Jon Hubbard, Shareholder/Consultant at Boomer Consulting, has a conversation with Boomer technology and process Consultant, Amanda Wilkie. They discuss project season, successful technology implementation, project planning, time, building requirements, project management, client consideration, marketing new technology, positive benefits, and the first step to take. Jon on Social Media: Twitter: @Jon_Hubbard LinkedIn: @jonhubbard Email: Jon.Hubbard@boomer.com Amanda on Social Media: Twitter: @AmandaWilkieBCI LinkedIn: @amanda-wilkie-pmp Email: Amanda.Wilkie@boomer.com Look out for new episodes every Tuesday, involving The Boomer Advantage 5 Pillars of a Successful Firm: leadership, process, technology, talent, and growth. For more information about Boomer Consulting, visit boomer.com
Dr. Giana Davidson (Surgery; Assistant Dean for Professional Development) provides a faculty member's perspective on how to collaborate with project managers. Whether it's a research project or clinical initiative, a key foundation is creating a shared vision of what success looks like for the whole team. Then you can organize the work visually to track task progress, check in frequently with your partners, and know when to step in and help each other move the work forward.
Ok, so I'm gonna divert from the common push from some copywriting coaches that enthusiastically tell you that the only things you need to get started as a copywriter are your laptop and an internet connection. Because it just simply isn't true. That's like saying the only thing you need to get started as a baker is a whisk and an oven. Sure, you need a computer and the internet to start a copywriting business, but they're not the only things you need. Not if you want to be successful. If you want to start a career as a copywriter––and you want that career to be sustainable and actually allow you to make enough money to live on, there are several tools and resources you need to invest in. So, beyond the laptop and wifi, let's talk about the one of the most important things that you need to get started as a copywriter: project management tools. CONNECT WITH ME! IG: @letstalkcopy Copywriting Courses & Resources: lizslyman.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/letstalkcopy/message
When I was first introduced to Joel Green's work, I was overwhelmed by the breadth of his knowledge and how he connects with people through diverse experiences. After speaking with him on the phone, I knew instantly that I wanted him to share his “Life Hack.” Listen in as Joel and I talk through his model for success. You can't help but smile when you hear his joy and authenticity. Take his ideas for a test drive, and let us know what resonates!Joel Green is CEO of Pro Level Training, the National Director of Nike Sports Camps, a former professional basketball player, and a renowned motivational speaker. After retiring from his career in professional basketball, Joel Green founded Pro Level Training (PLT), which has become a 7-figure company. A thought leader in the motivational category, Joel Green has a B.A. in Psychology from Rider University, which has helped to fuel his ambition to inspire others. He has developed a reputation for personal excellence and motivational talks that contribute tangible advice for attaining desired goals. Many of the messages he has delivered are conveyed in his first book, Filtering: The Way to Extract Strength from the Struggle, out now!In this episode:Pay the FEE (focus, energy, effort)Filtering methodValidationCuriosity and commitmentCelebration!Connect with Joel:Order your copy of Joel's new book Filtering here - www.joelbgreen.comInstagram - @jaygreenpltLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/joel-green-95340417/Continue the conversation with Amy and The Encourage Project community!Interested to work with Amy? Go to www.theencourageproject.com to book a curiosity sessionInstagram – @the_encourage_projectLinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/amy-a-fairchild-pmp-03b7022/Special thanks to my new producer Nick Galieti – and the band Suite 25 (check them out on Spotify)!
No episódio desta semana, Ricardo fala sobre a relação entre os conceitos de BANI e VUCA. O acrônimo VUCA para “volátil”, “incerto” (“uncertainly”), “complexo” e “ambíguo”, tem sua origem no exército americano durante a guerra fria e buscava explicar as constantes mudanças e a complexidade das entidades contemporâneas, que alteram a nossa percepção sobre o que é certo e o que é errado. O acrônimo BANI é mais recente e foi criado pelo antropólogo Jamais Cascio em 2018. O termo significa “frágil” (“brittle”), “ansioso”, “não-linear” e “incompreensível” e se tornou muito popular com a pandemia. Para Ricardo, apesar dos acrônimos BANI e VUCA terem formatos diferentes e muitos falarem que BANI é uma evolução do VUCA, ele mostra evidencias de que os dois termos reproduzem praticamente da mesma forma (mesmo que usem outros nomes) o funcionamento da nossa sociedade marcada pela instabilidade, transformação e incapacidade de prever. Instabilidade essa que causa uma sensação de incerteza, descontrole e ansiedade nas pessoas. Escute o #5minpodcast para entender melhor.
In this week's episode, Ricardo talks about the relationship between the concepts of BANI and VUCA. The acronym VUCA for "volatile," "uncertainly," "complex," and "ambiguous" has its origins in the American army during the cold war and sought to explain the constant changes and complexity of contemporary entities, which alter our perception of what is right and what is wrong. The acronym BANI is more recent and was created by anthropologist Jamais Cascio in 2018. The term means "brittle," "anxious," "non-linear," and "incomprehensible" and has become very popular with the pandemic. For Ricardo, despite the acronyms BANI and VUCA having different formats and many saying that BANI is an evolution of VUCA, he shows evidence that the two terms reproduce practically in the same way (despite using other names) the functioning of our society marked by instability, transformation, and inability to predict. The instability causes a feeling of uncertainty, out of control, and anxiety in people. Listen to #5minpodcast to understand better.
Dr. Alexia Nalewaik has over 25 years of experience in audit, estimating, and cost/risk management. She is a Fellow of the RICS, AACE International, the Guild of Project Controls, and ICEC. Alexia is a member of the Governing Council for the RICS, representing the US Market Seat. She is also a Past President of AACE International, and Past Chair of the International Cost Engineering Council. She has published two books, on performance audit and reporting. In this episode, Dr Alexia Nalewaik is going to discuss: “Why Cost Indices Are Important for Project Management”.
In this episode of Project Management Office Hours, PMO Joe welcomed Mayte Mata Sivera. Mayte shares her story of the personal and professional challenges and successes as a multi-cultural international PMO and Project Management Leader. Mayte and Joe also discussed The PMO Leader, Volunteering, PMI and so much more in this fast-moving hour-long discussion. Mayte is a PMO Director, a PMP certification holder, ScrumAtScale Practitioner and recently she earned the Product Owner Certification. She enjoys public speaking engagements and is a passionate volunteer at PMI and PMI Local Chapters. For six years, she has been a volunteer at TEDxSaltLakeCity. She is also now the Americas Ambassador for The PMO Leader global community. She has more than 15 years of experience leading teams and programs & projects around the world, and her passion is to share her knowledge and nonstop learning from volunteer opportunities. Mayte discussed her move to the United States and the challenges that can come with an international move, “Yeah, that was a big challenge. I was working with a lot of projects around France and with French speakers, so I realized that I was in a meeting and my English level was very low. And if I really wanted to succeed and if you really want to learn a language.”We discussed some strategies for working from home in this new remote work world. Mayte shared some of her tips including, “What I did is every six months I changed my office. So if now I have the table looking at the window in the next six months, I change the table like that. I don't get bored to be always in the same place. And like you, I set an alarm. And when I have work that is more reading emails or supporting people. Sometimes I take some calls working around the backyard, other times I answer some emails from the living room.”Listen to the full episode to hear the full story from Mayte. Be sure to catch the complete conversation and listen to the full episode: https://www.thepmosquad.com/podcasts/project-management-office-hours/episodes/2147795872Connect with Mayte: LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/mayte-mata-sivera-pmp/To catch up on previous episodes visit the Project Management Office Hours website - https://www.thepmosquad.com/podcasts/project-management-office-hours Or See the guest list for upcoming shows - https://www.thepmosquad.com/podcast Thank you to THE PMO SQUAD and The PMO Leader for sponsoring this show. The PMO Squad is a leading provider of PMO and Project Management services in the US. They assist clients building and improving PMOs, provide Project Management Consulting services, deliver custom Project Management Training and provide Project Management staffing services. Learn more about The PMO Squad – https://www.thepmosquad.com Where do PMO Leaders go for Information, Learning, Networking and Services? The PMO Leader community has “Everything You Need to Become a Great PMO Leader”. One PMO World, One Community! Learn more about The PMO Leader – https://www.thepmoleader.com#projectmanagement #volunteering #leadership
#498: On today's episode we are joined by Jonathan Van Ness. Jonathan aka JVN is an american hairstylist, tevelision personality, podcast host, and entrepreneur. Today JVN joins the show to discuss how to build a career as your authentic self and the current state of the world. To connect with JVN click HERE To connect with Lauryn Evarts click HERE To connect with Michael Bosstick click HERE Read More on The Skinny Confidential HERE For Detailed Show Notes visit TSCPODCAST.COM To Call the Him & Her Hotline call: 1-833-SKINNYS (754-6697) This episode is brought to you by The Skinny Confidential. This episode is brought to you by Wealthfront Wealthfront is a financial services company that makes building long-term wealth delightfully easy. Open an account today at www.wealthfront.com/skinny to get a $50 bonus when you invest $500 or more. This episode is brought to you by Athletic Greens You take one scoop of Athletic Greens and you're absorbing 75 high-quality vitamins, minerals, whole food supported superfoods, probiotics, and adaptogens to help start your day right. This is the best option for easy, optimal nutrition out there. Go to athleticgreens.com/SKINNY and get a free 1 year supply of Vitamin D + 5 travel packs with your first purchase. This episode is brought to you by ClickUp ClickUp is the one tool to house all your tasks, projects, docs, goals, spreadsheets, and more. Whether you're in Project Management, Engineering, Sales, Marketing or HR, ClickUp has easy to use solutions that create a more efficient work environment. Go to www.clickup.com and use code SKINNY at checkout for 15% a one year unlimited plan. This episode is brought to you by Gravity Crave better sleep? Ready for an all-around wellness upgrade? Then you need a Gravity weighted blanket. Visit GravityBlankets.com/Skinny, use code SKINNY for 15% off any Gravity product. This episode is brought to you by Everlywell The Everlywell Women's Health Test measures eleven biomarkers known to play a role in your overall health and wellness, and checks for any abnormal levels that may be keeping you from feeling your best. Go to Everlywell.com/skinny to get 20% off an at home test. Produced by Dear Media
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Lyssa Adkins joins Brian to talk about the wonderful world of Agile coaching. Overview When you think of the term “Agile Coach,” what comes to mind for you? This term has meant many different things over the years. Are we talking about a role or an approach? Lyssa Adkins, author of Coaching Agile Teams, joins Brian to dive into this topic. Lyssa has written and spoken about this topic for years and many would say she had a large hand in defining what we now call agile coaching. Listen now to discover: 02:05 - Brian shares a story about Lyssa from the Vienna Scrum Gathering conference 06:40 - Lyssa answers the question, “What is an Agile Coach?” 08:10 - Lyssa explains the unintended consequence of using the term “coach” in her book 12:02 - Lyssa talks about the “X-Wing Diagram” and the 5 coaching stances 18:50 - Lyssa talks about not colluding when someone in power pushes something you disagree with 27:04 Lyssa talks about coaching in a remote world Listen next time when we’ll be discussing… Project Management with Julie Chickering. References and resources mentioned in the show Coaching Agile Teams by Lyssa Adkins Agile Coach Competency Framework Developing Great Agile Coaches whitepaper describing 5 coaching stances What is an Agile Coach? talk with Lyssa Adkins and Michael Spayd Want to get involved? This show is designed for you, and we’d love your input. ● Enjoyed what you heard today? Please leave a rating and a review. It really helps, and we read every single one. ● Got an agile subject you’d like us to discuss or a question that needs an answer? Share your thoughts with us at email@example.com This episode’s presenters are: Brian Milner is SVP of coaching and training at Mountain Goat Software. He’s passionate about making a difference in people’s day-to-day work, influenced by his own experience of transitioning to Scrum and seeing improvements in work/life balance, honesty, respect, and the quality of work. Lyssa Adkins has been one of the foundational voices in the Agile community for years now. Her book Coaching Agile Teams has been a best seller for over 12 years now. She released an audio version of this classic book on its 10th anniversary. In 2010, Lyssa co-founded the Agile Coaching Institute which has developed over 10,000 people in the knowledge, skills, and being-ness needed to yield genuinely competent agile coaching. She is a member of the ICAgile working committee and has served as a reviewer for the Scrum Alliance’s Certified Enterprise Coach certification program. Lyssa is also dedicated to amplifying women’s voices and is a founder of TENWOMENSTRONG #WomenInAgile programs. Show edited by Rhett Gill.
On today's episode, BJ sits down with podcast returnee, Tim Klabunde, Director of Marketing and Principal of Timmons Group. Tim talks about his themed family vacations, his love for, and the rich history of his current city of Richmond, VA. Tim discusses the built environment of Richmond, it's influence on the city, and beyond!Resources mentioned: “LEGO House, Home of the Brick” Documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JKC9CEk-aUIFind Timmons Group at: https://www.timmons.com/Connect with Tim on Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/timklabunde/Richmond Amphitheater Project https://www.nbc12.com/2022/07/14/proposed-outdoor-amphitheater-come-downtown-richmond/$323M surf pool-anchored development https://richmondbizsense.com/2022/08/26/chesterfield-approves-grant-agreement-for-323m-surf-pool-anchored-development/ Inspiring People and Places is brought to you by MCFA. Visit our website www.MCFAglobal.com and sign up for our weekly newsletter where we curate some of the top industry articles of the week and give you a dose of inspiration as you head into the weekend! MCFA IS HIRING!! If you or anyone you know are looking to work in the Planning, Project Development, Project Management, or Construction Management field, contact us through our website. Interns to Executives...we need great people to help us innovate and inspire, plan, develop and build our nation's infrastructure. Check out our MUST FILL positions here https://mcfaglobal.com/careers/. We reward the bold and the action oriented so if you don't see a position but think you are a fit...send us an email! Learn more at www.MCFAGlobal.com Author: BJ Kraemer, MCFAKeywords: MCFA, Architecture, Construction, Engineering, Public Engineers, Military Engineers, United States Military Academy, Veteran Affairs, Development, Veteran, Military, SEC
According to research from JP Morgan Chase & Co, over 99 percent of America's 28.7 million firms are small businesses. In fact, the vast majority (88 percent) of employer firms have fewer than 20 employees. Preparing your students to be effective employees means preparing them to be entrepreneurs. We couldn't think of a better time to talk about entrepreneurship and design thinking than during our Month of Intuit, happening now! (https://certiport.pearsonvue.com/Blog/2022/August/Month-of-Intuit-2022) We sat down with CERTIFIED Ambassador and entrepreneurship guru, Christina Deibler, to discuss entrepreneurship and design-thinking education. Christina Deibler currently teaches Entrepreneurship and Small Business and Project Management to her business and technology students at her alma mater, Wakulla High School in Crawfordville, Florida. Prior to becoming a teacher, she was a business and human resource professional as a Florida State University graduate with a degree in Business Management. She recently chose to change her path and help empower students to reach their goals in life and turn dreams into reality by employing her background in Business Management and Operations, as well as Project Management to help students forge their own path ahead in life. In this episode, we chat with Christina about the value of entrepreneurship and problem solving skills, plus the intersection of design thinking and entrepreneurship. Christina also gives so project ideas that you can use to spark the entrepreneurial spirit in your classroom. Learn more about Christina and our other CERTIFIED Ambassadors here: https://certiport.pearsonvue.com/Blog/2022/May/Meet-the-CERTIFIED-Ambassadors. Podcast edited and managed by Haili Murch LLC. If you are interested in starting a podcast or you are currently a podcaster needing help managing or relaunching your podcast, you may email Haili Murch at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can click here to book a call: https://calendly.com/hailimurch/podcast-discovery-call
Project management systems are non-negotiable to run and SCALE a business successfully. So today we are talking about the basics of project management systems, the benefits of having a project management system, and our tech recommendations for your project management system. We are also going to go over the 5 phases of project management and our top tips for your project management system! What We Cover In This Episode: -The Basics Of Project Management Systems -Benefits Of Project Management Systems -Tech Recs For Your Project Management System -5 Phases Of Project Management -Top Tips For Your Project Management System -->Get The Full Show Notes Here! L