Project Management

Interviews

Paul LaRue discusses successful team leadership How to Tell Your People They're Worthless: An Interview with Paul LaRue
Podcast

In this interview, Paul LaRue, creator at The UPwards Leader, discusses how you should and shouldn't lead a team. He tells a story about a colleague whose tactics made it difficult to lead a team, as well as what he learned from her many mistakes along the way. 

Josiah Renaudin
Calvin Baldwin discusses the differences between the agile and waterfall methodologies The Great Agile and Waterfall Debate: An Interview with Calvin Baldwin
Podcast

In this interview, e-commerce expert Calvin Baldwin tackles the fundamental differences between the agile and waterfall methodologies, why agile is not a software panacea, and whether waterfall will ever see a resurgence or if a new method will evolve to dominate software management.

Cameron Philipp-Edmonds
Manish Arora discusses big data Demystifying Big Data: An Interview with Manish Arora

In this interview, Manish Arora demystifies big data by covering some of the biggest misperceptions and pain points held by businesses and SMEs. Arora also talks about his recent article featured on LinkedIn and why it's important to put good teams and technology into proper perspective.

Cameron Philipp-Edmonds
Acolyst's Valeh Nazemoff The Four Transformational Intelligences Approach: An Interview with Valeh Nazemoff
Podcast

In this interview, Valeh Nazemoff, senior vice president and co-owner of Acolyst, discusses her four transformational intelligences approach. She digs into why she decided to create this concept, the best way to handle a single day's tasks, and her support from the government.

Josiah Renaudin
Ken Whitaker discusses the importance of communication on software teams The Importance of Communication in Today's Software Teams: An Interview with Ken Whitaker
Podcast

In this interview, Ken Whitaker, vice president of engineering at Datalight, discusses how to best lead software teams. He talks about time prioritization, how to avoid getting overwhelmed on a daily basis, and the importance of communication in today's software teams.

Josiah Renaudin
Kerry Cox Jr. discusses risk and the importance of data encryption A Discussion on Data Encryption: An Interview with Kerry Cox Jr.
Podcast

Kerry Cox Jr. of Simplified Network Solutions talks about his recent work with Project Sierra, data encryption, the risks often overlooked in our ever-connected world, and how working for the government has helped to shape his career and views on the importance of Internet security.

Cameron Philipp-Edmonds
Steve Nunziata discusses the relationship between agile and auditors Helping Auditors Understand Agile: An Interview with Steve Nunziata

In this interview Steve Nunziata talks about strengthing the relationship between agile and auditors, shifts in mindset required to adapt agile, pros and cons of an agile perspective, his time in various roles of the agile process, and how his classic rock band incoporates agile practices.

Cameron Philipp-Edmonds
Steve Davi discusses the role of executives in agile Executives Taking a Back Seat in Agile: An Interview with Steve Davi
Video

In this interview, Steve Davi talks about how executives can actually harm a company's agile transition. He covers how executives can and should take on a different role when agile is being adopted and explains how employees can help executives get engaged in the right way.

Josiah Renaudin
Agile mentor and coach Tricia Broderick Learn How to Step out of Your Comfort Zone: An Interview with Tricia Broderick
Podcast

In this interview, Tricia Broderick of Pearson talks about her upcoming presentation, the importance of mastering the act of getting out of your own comfort zone, and tips and practices for lessening the anxiety associated with stepping out of your normal boundaries.

Cameron Philipp-Edmonds
Melissa Tondi discusses how to use automation in an agile framework How and When to Use Test Automation in Agile: An Interview with Melissa Tondi
Podcast

In this interview, ProtoTest vice president Melissa Tondi talks about why teams need to use both manual and automated testing. She explains the silver-bullet tool that often fails for companies, as well as how and when to use automation in an agile framework. 

Josiah Renaudin

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