Aug 23, 2015
The Software Process and Measurement 356 features our interview with Steve Turner. Steve and I talked time management and email inbox tyranny! If you let your inbox and interruptions manage your day you will deliver less value than you should and feel far less in control than you could!
With a background in technology and nearly 30 years of business expertise, Steve has spent the last eight years sharing technology and time management tools, techniques and tips with thousands of professionals across the country. His speaking, training and coaching has helped many organizations increase the productivity of their employees. Steve has significant experience working with independent sales and marketing agencies. His proven ability to leverage technology (including desktops, laptops and mobile devices) is of great value to anyone in need of greater sales and/or productivity results. TurnerTime℠ is time management tools, techniques and tips to effectively manage e-mails, tasks and projects.
Call to Action!
For the remainder of August and September let’s try something a little different. Forget about iTunes reviews and tell a friend or a coworker about the Software Process and Measurement Cast. Let’s use word of mouth will help grow the audience for the podcast. After all the SPaMCAST provides you with value, why keep it yourself?!
Re-Read Saturday News
Remember that the Re-Read Saturday of The Mythical Man-Month is in full swing. This week we tackle the essay titled “Why Did the Tower Babel Fall”! Check out the new installment at Software Process and Measurement Blog.
Software Quality and Test Management
September 13 – 18, 2015
San Diego, California
I will be speaking on the impact of cognitive biases on teams. Let me know if you are attending! If you are still deciding on attending let me know because I have a discount code.
Agile Development Conference East
November 8-13, 2015
I will be speaking on November 12th on the topic of Agile Risk. Let me know if you are going and we will have a SPaMCAST Meetup.
The next Software Process and Measurement feature our essay on mind mapping. To quote Tony Buzan, Mind Mapping is a technique for radiant thinking. I view it as a technique to stimulate creative thinking and organize ideas. I think that is what Tony meant by radiant thinking. Mind Mapping is one of my favorite tools.
We will also feature Steve Tendon’s column discussing the TameFlow methodology and his great new book, Hyper-Productive Knowledge Work Performance.
Anchoring the cast will be Gene Hughson returning with an entry from his Form Follows Function blog.
Shameless Ad for my book!
Mastering Software Project Management: Best Practices, Tools and Techniques co-authored by Murali Chematuri and myself and published by J. Ross Publishing. We have received unsolicited reviews like the following: “This book will prove that software projects should not be a tedious process, neither for you or your team.” Support SPaMCAST by buying the book here. Available in English and Chinese.