Like many my desire to constantly learn comes from my parents. Both spent their youth in the Depression years in the coal-mining regions of West Virginia and Kentucky. My father was the first in his family to ...
By their very architecture, most teams inadvertently prioritize on-field performance over alignment, culture and connectedness. But we believe you can have it all, especially when you invest in alignment, culture and connectedness at the beginning. Sean McCall shares a personal narrative. (05:30)
Enterprise migration of legacy technology services to new cloud based services is accelerating. Brian Duperrouzel shares that while we are still in the early innings, ultimately most companies will migrate their legacy services and will exclusively manage a portfolio of cloud based service providers. (02:00)
Looking through our management lens, Luke Skywalker and Ben Kenobi had a well-defined goal and constraints. Our two heroes needed to find Princess Leia, were on a fixed budget, and the project was on a short fuse. Brian Duperrouzel brings Star Wars to Perspectives this week. (04:00)
If you’ve found yourself at the helm of a current project already doomed by unrealistic expectations and false precision baked in from the start, your options fall into two buckets: “Rub Some Dirt On It” or “Call a Timeout”. Brian Duperrouzel explains these two buckets. (05:30)
When you spend the time to prepare properly in advance, figure out who you want to ask questions and show that you are truly curious, you’ll find the answers you are looking for and definitely some experience along the way. David Watson shares 4 lessons he has learned. (03:30)