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Ask Cadence is a series dedicated to bringing solutions to your toughest project management problems. Using real-world project challenges from project managers in our global project management training seminars, our team offers guidance on how to tackle such issues as Scope, Schedule, Responsibility, Organizational Project Management, Agile Project Management and so much more. Join the discussion today and write us at cadence@cadencemc.com with your own project challenges.
 
Project Management Office Hours allows Project Management leaders from across the globe to share their Project Management story. Our focus is on the PEOPLE within the Project Management community and their unique experiences. Hosted by Joe Pusz, PMO Joe, Project Management Advocate, CEO & Founder of THE PMO SQUAD, and Co-founder of VPMMA, Veteran Project Manager Mentoring Alliance.
 
Emergency management is a growing discipline as our world has become increasingly more complex, interconnected, and vulnerable to hazards both natural and human caused. The role of the emergency manager, including leaders in public safety, has expanded and become more vital to cities, counties, states, and large organizations, and much of this work can be contained and effectively managed within projects, be they longer term plans, disaster recovery, mitigation measures or short-term emergen ...
 
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Sanjiv Augustine took a break from putting the finishing touches on his new book From PMO to VMO: Managing for Value Delivery to join me for an interview about Value Management Offices. “A Value Management Office is a cross-functional, cross-hierarchy and cross-silo team of teams.” This is a group with representation from across the organization. I…
 
TLDR - My podcast interview with Scrum.org CEO Dave West on the Product Goal - what is it, how do I work with it.In November 2020 Jeff Sutherland and Ken Schwaber introduced a new version of the Scrum Guide. There are a number of changes they introduced to Scrum in the update, including the topic of Product Goal. Here is what the Scrum Guide says a…
 
From 2019 to 2021 Melissa Boggs served as Co-CEO and Chief ScrumMaster for the Scrum Alliance. Earlier this year she stepped down from her Chief SM role and took on the position of Vice President of Business Agility at Sauce Labs. AFAIK, Melissa was the Chief ScrumMaster ever so I wanted to check in with her and see what she learned during her time…
 
This episode features an interview with Dan Eberle. Dan is an Agile Coach, working at the New York Times and leading a few Agile-centric communities of practice. I recently attended a presentation Dan gave on Agile Coaching as part of Access Agile's Agile 20Reflect Festival (https://agile20reflect.org). Dan hit on some very impactful topics during …
 
If you’ve been working as a coach or a consultant for any length of time you have run into situations where you have to make a decision about what the “right” thing to do actually is. Sometimes, it is pretty obvious, sometimes, not so much. Some professional organizations have established standards that credentialed professionals promise to adhere …
 
(You can find a video version of this interview here: https://youtu.be/MReNazZPvCc)Derek Huether is back to talk about his new book “Metrics Cookbook”. Organizations love collecting metrics and creating reports. Some of those metrics are critical to understanding what is happening in the organization, but a lot of them are not critical and waste a …
 
How has your life been impacted by a Curve Bender? What is a Curve Bender? What is next for all of us in the Project Management Community impacted by the pandemic? In this episode Jennifer Bridges and David Nour share with us their personal stories and also their experiences as leaders within the community. Lots of laughs in this episode and fun wi…
 
This interview was originally recorded in July 2013 and posted to Projects at Work. The original blog post and posting of the recording were lost when P@W became part of Project Management.com.BUT Johanna is brilliant and I learn a ton from her every time we talk. Also, Personal Kanban is REALLY important. So I found the original post and am repost…
 
This is a completely unique version of the podcast. For the first time since 2008, I’m giving up control of the show and in this episode, Adam Weisbart interviews me about the session I’ll be leading at the Agile Virtual Summit [Bite-Size!], some of the changes in the new Scrum Guide, and iocane powder.The Agile Virtual Summit [Bite-Size!] takes pl…
 
The Scrum Guide got an update last November and one of the concepts introduced was the Product Goal. The Scrum Guide says:“The Product Goal describes a future state of the product which can serve as a target for the Scrum Team to plan against. The Product Goal is in the Product Backlog. The rest of the Product Backlog emerges to define “what” will …
 
Do you know the history of International Project Management Day? How do you describe your career as a Project Manager? Have you ever sung the Project Management Blues? In this episode Frank Saladis PMI Fellow and the Father of International Project Management Day shares his story and the many lessons learned during his long storied career. Frank ch…
 
Christine Converse and Ross Beurmann are back and this time we’re picking up the thread from something that came up during our previous interview. The title of the episode is Resistance to Change and the conversation centers around the problems we face when trying to create change within a team or organization. More specifically, we talk about how …
 
What do Project Management, PMOs, and Tennis have in common? Take in this episode to hear from Bill Dow as he shares his journey to becoming one of the top PMO Leaders in the world and an avid tennis fan. Bill chats with PMO Joe about starting his career as an Accidental Project Manager and then finding his passion in project management. Bill is no…
 
I spoke with Vincent B. Davis, Founder of Preparedness Matters Consulting and serves as Director of Disaster Services for Feeding America. Prior to joining Feeding America in January 2020, he served as workplace resiliency manager at Amazon, where he developed disaster frameworks to support the company’s 175 corporate offices. Before joining Amazon…
 
I spoke with Todd De Voe, an emergency management educator and the host of EM Weekly, Business Continuity Today, Natural Disaster & Emergency Management Expo’s Prepare, Respond, Recover Show and is also the Produce the EM Student's Show. Todd's involvement in Emergency Response, Emergency Management, Education, and Volunteer Management started when…
 
If you'd prefer to watch the video version of this interview you can find it here: https://vimeo.com/517256016Mark Hodgdon is Product and Project Manager at Aspirent, an Atlanta-based management consulting firm focusing on Data Analytics, Cloud Development, and Project Execution. His role is also often called on to serve as Scrum Master and Product…
 
What is the Agile Management Office and how do you use the AMO Method? Hear the backstory and concepts from Fatimah Abbouchi as she shares her journey to becoming one of the leading PMO Influencers in the world. Fatimah chats with PMO Joe about several topics during this fast paced chat between global PMO Influencers and the partnership they have f…
 
In this very special video episode of the podcast, I’m joined by Jesse Fewell, whose new book Untapped Agility is full of insights, tips, and tactics that you can use to help gain support for your adoption of Agile. Jesse and I go way back. We worked together a lot during the initial phases of getting The Project Management Institute and the Scrum …
 
Are you familiar with Design Thinking? Are you utilizing Design Thinking to run your projects? In this episode we chat with Bruce Gay, Founder of Astrevo to understand the fundamentals and benefits of Design Thinking as well as touching on several other topics. Bruce is a leader in the PM Industry and is an active community builder. He is a PMI Vol…
 
Training ByteSize has been delivering Public Private Partnership (PPP) and CP3P training across the world for many years now and have one of the most experienced training teams available. The CP3P certification program aims to foster a common minimum level of knowledge and understanding amongst individuals working on PPP's or those interests in lea…
 
When it comes to introducing change into an organization you will frequently hear people talk about how critical it is to change the culture. They’ll tell you that nothing will happen until you change the culture. They’ll start quoting Peter Drucker: “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.”Culture is definitely a concern, but it is not the ONLY conce…
 
Imagine the impact to your life being born a girl in Iran during the height of the Iranian Revolution. Then as you reach school age the ravages of the Iran - Iraq war shake your very existence. These are the early stages of Amireh Amirmazaheri's journey. She shared her story with us and how it has impacted her life as a leader in the Project Manage…
 
In this episode, I am joined by my friends Richard Cheng and Karim Harbott for a discussion about Business Agility. Business Agility is something people have been talking about for several years but it is one of those terms that can mean different things to different people. During my conversation with Karim and Richard, we discuss what Business Ag…
 
Listen to Billy S Mwape share his fascinating story and the exciting news of the birth of his new son! Billy joined us from Zambia as our first guest in 2021 and our first guest joining from Africa. He shares the Zambia culture, challenges he pushed through in 2020 and the exciting future he is building. Billy was a featured speaker in the TED@PMI …
 
This episode features Celia Seigerman-Levit, VP Risk Mgt., Olive Tree Holdings. Prior to Olive Tree Holdings, Celia was the Director of Risk Management at Sotheby's, Yeshiva University, and at the Related Companies, and lead the risk management consulting practice at Alliant Insurance Services, a large National Insurance Broker where her team provi…
 
In November of 2020, Jeff Sutherland and Ken Schwaber released a new version of the Scrum Guide. The new version of the Guide introduces some important changes to how Scrum works. One specific area that changed was the Scrum Artifacts. In this episode of the podcast, I am joined by my good friend Chris Li. Chris is a Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) a…
 
In episode 13, we talked with Alexander Grijalva, who is an adjunct professor at New York City College of Technology, and owner of Security Hourglass, a cyber risk management consulting company. He is also the Chief Information Security Officer at VillageCare, a community healthcare provider, in New York City.His 30-year cybersecurity career has co…
 
Kiron Bondale was our special guest in this final episode of 2020. Kiron shared his career story with us including how he starting in project management and the 3 key career moments which have helped to shape his career. Kiron also provided insights for PMs to help take your career to the next level. His time as a PM, PMO Leader, and PM Trainer has…
 
Modus Institute recently introduced its new Certification and Accreditation Programs in Lean-Agile Visual Management (LA-VM). This is something they have been working on developing for 12 years. In this episode of the podcast, Jim Benson joins me to discuss Modus’s new offerings. During the interview we discuss Systems Thinking and how it figures i…
 
Coaching people through an Agile transformation is a complicated thing. People within the organization may want the promise they see Agile offering, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t going to fight against the change every step of the way. Nobody likes change. It’s uncomfortable and scary and it’s sometimes it’s so much easier to just say, “Yes, th…
 
Listening to this session as we chat with Cornelius Fichtner and learn about his career and lessons learned on his project management leadership journey. We hear how he started The Project Management podcast (www.project-management-podcast.com) back in 2005 and why it might not be a good idea for you to start your own podcast. Cornelius also explai…
 
How do you make the leap from being someone who can deliver a presentation to being someone who can meet a crowd, entertain them and take them someplace where they happen to learn something valuable along the way? I know lots of people who can stand up in front of a room (or share a screen) and get through a topic without saying anything wrong. I k…
 
The 2020 version of the Scrum Guide has been released (https://www.scrumguides.org) and it introduces some subtle, but impactful changes. This update to the document that explains the Scrum Framework as it is defined by Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland, was introduced during a live event celebrating the 25th anniversary of Scrum. If you’d like to c…
 
Have you thought about starting up a Project Management SaaS company? Are you curious about how to leverage your experience as a Project Manager to solve technology problems? In this episode we hear from Jason Westland who is the CEO of ProjectManager.com. Jason founded the award-winning business ProjectManager.com, a SaaS product that is used in o…
 
This podcast episode is a re-edited version of a conversation I had with Steve Gutkin, currently Senior Vice President of Global Crisis Management & Business Continuity at NBCUniversal Media. Steve was formerly the Acting Director of the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness. Prior to serving in that role, he was Deputy Director i…
 
What is a Digital Project Manager? How is this different than a traditional Project Manager? In this episode we hear from Ben Aston who is the founder of The Digital Project Manager Community. Ben is a community builder, podcast host, and leader in the project management industry. He shared with us his journey from Developer and Accidental PM to Di…
 
As we approach Veterans Day we dedicated our show to a discussion about supporting Veterans and Military Spouses with services and programs assisting with transitioning to civilian Project Management careers. Two leading organizations in the industry which are supporting Veterans are PMI and VPMMA and we learn more about what they have to offer Vet…
 
While most of us have spent the past several months struggling to adjust to the new normal of being 100% remote, Molood Ceccarelli has not. In 2016, Molood realized that even though Agile coaches and thought leaders frequently talk about how important it is for all of us to be co-located, most of her work was remote and she’d been able to figure ou…
 
Johanna Rothman is a force of nature. Every year, in addition to her work teaching, coaching, blogging, and speaking, she writes a book. Well, most years. This year there is a pandemic. Johanna has written five!I think if you are lucky, you can find people in your industry that you look up to, people who inspire you to dig in a little harder and ri…
 
What is a "Lazy Project Manager", and why does it benefit productivity? How can veteran project managers help and support the newest generation? We explore these questions and more with Peter Taylor, who joined us live from the UK. Peter is the author of the #1 bestselling project management book, ‘The Lazy Project Manager,’ along with many other b…
 
When organizations begin adopting Agile, there are a number of business areas outside the teams that also have to change in order to create systems that can support this new way of working. Navigating this is always challenging, but it becomes even tougher when you need to have traditional (waterfall) and Agile work happening concurrently. This epi…
 
How do you connect PMI chapters from around the world sharing industry trends and insights? Do you wonder about cultural differences delivering projects in different regions and countries? We explore these questions and more with Priya Patra who joined us live from India. Priya is a mother of two, Author, Blogger, Women Empower believer, Dreamer, C…
 
I spoke with Jeff Schlegelmilch, a Research Scholar and the Director of the National Center for Disaster Preparedness at Columbia University’s Earth Institute. In this role he oversees the operations and strategic planning for the center. Before becoming director, he served as the center's deputy director for more than five years. He also oversees …
 
Q: How do I get a job as a Project Manager, Product Owner, or ScrumMaster if I have no experience?This is a question I get asked almost weekly. People are looking for their first gig or trying to figure out what to say in an interview, or just convince themselves they are qualified to do the job. One of the biggest elements of getting your first gi…
 
How has your work been impacted by the pandemic? Are you able to lead your projects effectively? In this episode Elizabeth Harrin joins PMO Joe from West Sussex, UK to share her story about working remote, engaging stakeholders and books she has written. The pandemic has forced us to work differently. We need to improve our ability to work with peo…
 
In Scrum, everyone is supposed to have one job. You get to be a ScrumMaster, a Product Owner, or a Development Team member. Each team member of the Scrum Team is supposed to be able to totally focus on the role they play. However, in many organizations, they ask people to play more than one role. You might be SM/PO, SM/Dev, or PO/Dev, or in my case…
 
Are you familiar with the upcoming changes to the PMBOK? What do you think will be the impact to our profession and community? In this episode Cyndi Dionisio and Mike Griffiths share the details on the PMBOK 7th edition update. After 50+ years and 6 editions of the PMBOK, PMI is taking the PMBOK 7th edition in a different direction. The changes to …
 
Being a Product Owner is not easy. You are responsible for the success of the product. You have to create enough work to keep up to 9 people busy, stay 2-3 Sprints ahead of them and at the same time, stay completely in sync with the business and constantly be learning more about the customer. It’s a lot. But what happens when you are the PO, and yo…
 
How can Mindfulness and Meditation benefit your life and relationships? In this episode we hear from Veteran Navy Seal Commander Jon Macaskill to learn the events which lead him to pursue mindfulness and meditation. Jon recently retired from the Navy and joined us from the road as he and his family are touring the country in an RV. Jon also shares …
 
What do you do when they start asking for cost per point? This issue often arrives wrapped in requests that are pure in their intent and seem to be reasonable requests from the business… How much are we spending each month and how many points are we delivering for that spend?or Since we are now estimating work in User Story Points, we need to be ab…
 
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