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Being an entrepreneur, operating a successful business or becoming great at your profession is more than skill and hard work; it’s a lifestyle. Entrepreneur and business coach, Andrew Heim, takes you inside the lifestyles, routines, strategies and systems that contribute to living successfully, no matter what your chosen calling happens to be. In “The Business Life” podcast, Andrew interviews successful business owners and individuals who are leading the field, and offers his own experiences ...
 
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Today marks the end of year 15 on the Software Process and Measurement Cast, and we are closing the year with pitchfork and torches. We discussed the world of knowledge work in 2022. Leadership, principles, value, and values take center stage. Panels like this make me want to do panels every week! The panelists (other than myself) are: Jeremy Berri…
 
One of the fun parts of programming the Software Process and Measurement Cast is getting diverse groups of people together to chat. In this edition of the podcast, Jon M Quigley, Jeremy Willets, Jeremy Berriault, Kevin Rush, Susan Parente, and myself convened to discuss what we learned about work in 2021. The last few years have been extraordinary …
 
The Measurement Minute by Gary Angel In The Age of Customer Equity, Allison Hartsoe tackles the journey companies must take to understand and value their customers appropriately. A long-time customer analytics expert, Allison’s new book is a great read and a powerful introduction to putting customer value at the center of your business and your … C…
 
SPaMCAST 684 posts on January 2nd, 2022. The new year evokes both retrospection and expectations for the future. 2021 was quite the year; SPaMCAST 635 marked the beginning of our 15th year of publishing with a conversation with Johanna Rothman (SPaMCAST 635 - Practical Ways to Manage, A Conversation with Johanna Rothman). That was our most download…
 
Ben Woznicki and I talk about the book and ideas inside the covers of Team Topologies. Ben provides a great deal of advice on creating teams that are fit for purpose. Ben and I have worked together, hosted a video podcast together, and more -- it is a great conversation. Ben is an Organizational Health Coach: Helping you deliver sooner, with higher…
 
At the end of the year, planning and prioritization take center stage. We can only really prioritize work, needs, and dreams that are within our span of control. That does not stop people from trying to prioritize work that is not theirs to prioritize. We also have a visit from Susan Parente who brings her I’m Not A Scrumdamentalist column to the c…
 
This week we touch on a topic that is near and dear to my heart, work entry, with an essay titled Prioritization Without Control of Work Entry. I am tempted to suggest that without control over what you can say yes to, the whole idea of prioritization is a farce. The answer is more complicated, but only a little. We also have a visit from Jeremy Be…
 
The Measurement Minute with Gary Angel A real-time data pipeline for shopper journey data creates all sorts of challenges, and one of the biggest is handling Associate detection. If your using realtime data to dynamically move Associates to the right places in the store, it’s critical that you know who’s a Shopper and who’s … Continue reading "Opti…
 
This week Mauricio Aguiar and Christine Green join me to discuss the state and future of Software Measurement. Mauricio, Christine, and I are all recent Past Presidents of the International Function Point Users Group (the largest international software measurement association). The conversation is both provocative and enlightening. Note, the audio …
 
The Measurement Minute with Gary Angel Are real-time analytics valuable? Usually, not so much. So why are we spending a boatload of time adding a true real-time pipeline to our DM1 people-measurement platform? It’s because real-time data opens up a number of powerful store use-cases for operational improvement and even loss prevention. From occupan…
 
As we begin counting down to the end of the year, I would like to consider the team lead’s role. It is a nearly ubiquitous role in organizations, but is almost never talked about in agile frameworks. We begin our journey into the role by establishing three examples to help understand how the role is practiced and why it can generate friction if not…
 
This week we are taking a quick journey into a discussion of prioritization outside of a team or an organization's span of control. It is easy to confuse influence and actually be able to exert control over an outcome. Wishful thinking often can lead to frustration. Tony TImbol also brings his “To Tell A Story” column to the cast building on the id…
 
The Measurement Minute by Gary Angel With today’s advanced people-measurement technologies, it’s not that hard to measure when Associates are interacting with Shoppers. This interaction measurement delivers a whole array of useful metrics and analytics opportunities. From measuring basic interaction counts, cross-tabulating interactions against sho…
 
Today we will speak to Kit Merker, COO of Nobl9 about Service Level Objectives (SLO). Kit provides down-to-earth advice for adopting and using SLOs to benefit teams AND organizations. Kit’s bio: Kit Merker's 20+ year career spans product management, engineering, evangelism and community-building roles at Google, Microsoft, JFrog, and the governing …
 
Today we feature our interview with Vincent Hendersen. We talked about scaling agility up -- not the same as scaling agile. Mr. Hendersen and I discussed thinking about agile as a service to align team and portfolio. This is a most thought-provoking interview. The idea of thinking about agile teams as a subscription model shifts the whole agile par…
 
The Measurement Minute by Gary Angel Measuring Associates is an unexpected benefit of doing powerful in-store shopper measurement. But when it comes to making sense of Associate data, the metrics that work for shoppers don’t always apply. There’s little point in measuring Visits, Lingers, Draws or Dwells – all core shopper journey metrics. On … Con…
 
This week we continue the priority theme with an essay titled, “What is a Priority?” I wish it was a simple question. Since the whole idea of priority is premised on a group of people having a shared perspective and definition this is a question that needs to be asked and answered. We also have a visit from Susan Parente with her I’m Not A Scrumdam…
 
The Measurement Minute by Gary Angel The traditional calculation of Shopper to Associate Ratios (STARs) is simple: Door Count divided by the number of Associates staffed that day. But when you start doing full journey measurement, you’re measuring areas inside the store at much finer increments of time and suddenly it’s not so clear … Continue read…
 
In the essay today, prioritization requires a steady hand and consistency. The process for prioritization should have more in common with a well-oiled basketball or futbol team than five-year-olds playing soccer in the schoolyard. How the moving parts work together is a process, but in some circles, “process” is a dirty word. On the conversation si…
 
Today, we feature an essay titled, So I Asked What Is Agile. A simple question that yields interesting answers. One interesting outcome was that answers fit into three categories. We explore the process and people-oriented groups this week. I will come back to the rant category later this month. In addition to the essay, Tony Timbol brings his To T…
 
The Measurement Minute by Gary Angel Measuring Associates is a vital part of effective in-store measurement. It’s necessary to ensure proper shopper counting and it’s interesting in it’s own right. But there are two different strategies for measuring Associates – badging and passive detection. Both work, but there are some distinct advantages to pa…
 
Until this week, Disciplined Agile was a topic we had not investigated on the Software Process and Measurement Cast. DA is an approach to scaling agile development. Today, Jonathan Lee and I discuss Disciplined Agile and reinventing yourself to stay relevant in a dynamic world. Mr. Lee’s Bio: Jonathan has over 25 years of diversified IT consulting …
 
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