Show 59 begins a two part interview with Phil Stubbington. We
discussed how to fix troubled projects. The interview chocked
full of useful ideas for dealing with issues that if not taken care
of that could be career limiting.
Phil is a 42 year old highly reliable and trustworthy PROGRAMME
DIRECTOR / MANAGER with an exceptional delivery track record.
His most recent experience gained at DHL, EXEL, DELL, ORANGE
BUSINESS SERVICES and RANK XEROX.
Phil is very much a self starter, he is a constant improver with a
strong client/customer centred approach who over delivers to
measurably world class performance levels.
He excels as a troubleshooter, he is a charismatic and motivational
leader with great communication skills, is flexible, very
approachable and says it “as it is”. Equally comfortable and
successful dealing with clients and team members at all levels
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The essay is titled “Models, Models Everywhere”. The
proliferation of models, tools and frameworks leaves me asking the
question what is the goal you are attempting to achieve with your
particular witches brew or models you are using? If you don’t know,
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The next Software Process and Measurement Cast will begin an
interview with Medha Umarji. We discussed her work on gauging
metrics acceptance using a Metrics Acceptance Model she developed.
Medha is a PhD candidate in the Dept. of Information Systems at the
University of Maryland, Baltimore County.