SPaMCAST 480 features our interview with Paul Gibbons. Paul and I had a wide-ranging discussion that began with his wonderful book The Science of Successful Organization Change (Buy a copy now and then enjoy the re-read we held on the Software Process and Measurement Cast blog), and led us to the broader conversation: that change is hard but it is even harder if we fall prey to magical thinking.
Paul Gibbons is an author, speaker, and consultant. His “beat” is helping business leaders use science and philosophy to make better strategic decisions, implement change, innovate, change culture, and create workplaces where talent flourishes. His most recent book, The Science of Organizational Change has been hailed as “the most important book on change in fifteen years.”
Between writing projects, he consults, coaches, and speaks with businesses such as Microsoft, Google, HSBC, KPMG, and Comcast.
Paul’s Website: www.paulgibbons.net
Facebook – Paul Gibbons (author)
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YouTube – Philosophyfirst
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Paul is a podcaster! His podcast, Think Bigger, Think Better asks the question How can contemporary philosophy and science help us make better choices, lead better lives, and create a sustainable, prosperous world? Check out Think Bigger, Think Better on Apple Podcasts or where ever you get your podcasts!
Re-Read Saturday News
This week we tackled Chapter 13 of Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability: An Introduction by Daniel S. Vacanti. Chapter 13 is titled Pull Policies. Pull policies define how work is accepted by a team and gets worked on. Pull policies are important because they affect cycle time and predictability.
Remember to buy your copy today and read along, and we will be back next week!
Previous Installments Introduction and Game Plan
Week 13: Interpreting Cycle Time Scatterplots
Dead Tree Book
Get your copy and begin reading (or re-reading)!
February 6, 2018 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM CST
AGILE best practices for STARTUPS
If you are in the San Antonio area, please RSVP guys and this will help the organizers plan. I will have opening remarks on business agility and then will focus on the questions and comments from the assembly!
Next SPaMCAST SPaMCAST 481 will feature our essay on the Life Cycle of A User Story. We will focus on the implied hierarchy of user stories. We will also have columns from Kim Pries and Jeremy Berriault.