People, Process, Progress
Inspired by a LinkedIn article I wrote in September 2019, in this brief episode I talk about the contrast between book knowledge (the blue pill), real world (the red pill) and how we can blend these into a "purple pill" of balanced Project Management
My thoughts from the road on the pitfalls of Police being judged by people who have never worked the streets and sharing my affirmation and belief in Police after attending a great friend's retirement party after he put in 26 years in Law Enforcement.
I summarize some of the key points from 'People, Process, Progress' episodes 37 through 42. Thank you all for listening, sharing and subscribing. Godspeed, Kevin
Andrew Owlett shares his experiences as a First Responder, his transition into Emergency and Crisis Management and how Databulb can provide data driven risk and crisis management planning solutions
Translating the CliftonStrengths for "Self-Assurance" to the benefits of being a self-assured Project Manager
Want to start your own podcast? In this episode I share the "Why?' to consider, objectives to be set, show organization considerations, resources needed and communication methodologies to get started podcasting.
I share my thoughts on the parallels between the 4 Crisis Principles Ellen Kullman shared on the Masters of Scale podcast to my concept of the "Foundational Four" areas to begin team and organizational success
Don’t hate just because someone tells you to. Don’t vote for someone just because someone tries to guilt you into doing it. We all need to take a breath, a day at the beach and treat each other as humans again.
I adapted Kipling's "If" again, but this time with focus on 2020 America and our collective road back
Quick synopsis of episodes 25 through 35 covering my interview with Eric Canfield, Crisis Intervention Team Training (CIT) and a bunch of Project Management stuff.