May 13, 2012
Welcome to the Software Process and Measurement Cast 185!
The Software Process and Measurement Cast 186 features my interview with Jo Ann Sweeney. We discussed using social media as a tool to support communications inside and outside projects. It was great to have Jo Ann back on the Cast.
I recommend going back to SPaMCAST 138 to listen to our earlier interview after listening to this interview!
Jo Ann Sweeney is a communications consultant who helps transformation teams win the support of their sponsors, senior executives and end users.
She is known for her ability to help teams understand the change from their audiences’ perspectives, as well as developing communication activities that catch their interest.
Jo Ann specialises in helping clients develop activities that take audiences on a journey from awareness, through understanding, to support, involvement and commitment. Teams are able to deliver sticky change.
Programmes have spanned skills development, product launches, office relocations, redundancies and redeployment, business process re-engineering, political lobbying, technology rollouts and brand makeovers for corporates, government departments and charities.
Jo Ann shares her knowledge and experience online through the CommsAbilities blog [www.commsabilities.com/blog.asp], Worth Working Summiit [www.worthworkingsummit.com] and the Communicating Projects System [www.sweeneycomms.com/communicating-projects]
She has more than 25 years experience and is a trained journalist, chartered marketer and fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing, fellow of the Institute of Internal Communications and member of the Institute of Directors.
A special Offer from Jo Ann to SPaMCAST listeners!
Jo Ann is offering her new Communicating Projects System at 50% off. Follow the link below:
Also we talked about RSA Animation which can be found
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The Software Process and Measurement Cast 187 will feature an essay on the role of the PMO in Agile Estimation. I hope we will all still be friends when I am done.