Dave Snowden’s Talk on Cynefin at LeanWX

LeanWX NYC 2015 was a five-day, single-track conference (Wednesday through Sunday). The conference incorporated short format 20 minute talks, keynotes, Lean Coffee, and open spaces and was organized around presentations, great food (including macaroons flown in from France), and discussions on how organizations can adopt LeanUX, Design Thinking, DevOps, and Continue reading Dave Snowden’s Talk on Cynefin at LeanWX

Becoming an Entrepreneur: Realizing Commercial Value Versus Technical Value

The Purdue Foundry focuses Purdue’s vast resources to accelerate and improve advancement of Purdue ideas and innovations that are changing the world. My podcast guest next week is Juliana Casavan a Training Manager at Purdue Foundry where she creates and facilitates workshops that concentrate on first step of looking at Continue reading Becoming an Entrepreneur: Realizing Commercial Value Versus Technical Value

Business901 Podcast of 2014

Yesterday’s post, Top 10 Business901 Podcasts of 2014, was somewhat misleading. I only listed Adam Zak, one time, even though his interview was separated into 2 podcasts. The truth is that both podcast rated in the top 4 and one of them was clearly ahead of all others in viewership. Continue reading Business901 Podcast of 2014

Gettng your Workforce Engaged in Problem Solving

In one of my most popular podcasts (Related Podcast and Transcription: A3 Problem Solving) of all time, Tracey Richardson talked about Problem Solving and A3s. However, I have always thought like most things, it is not about the tools and methods, it is about the people. An excerpt from the Continue reading Gettng your Workforce Engaged in Problem Solving

Can You Make Online Collaboration Easy?

Next Weeks podcast guest, Dana Sednek Bowler specializes in eLearning, virtual meetings/collaboration, project management, analytics tools & strategies, and leadership facilitation. She puts these skills to work at Interaction Associates as the online learning manager. An excerpt from next week’s podcast: Joe: What do you think makes online collaboration difficult, Continue reading Can You Make Online Collaboration Easy?