Jun 16, 2019
SPaMCAST 551 features our interview with Michael (Mike) Lynn. Mike and I talked about leadership and agile. Leadership is important any time two or more people get together to pursue a goal. Mike shares his expertise, experience, and wisdom to help shine a light on the relationship between agile and leadership.
Mike Lynn is a seasoned learning/leadership/organizational development professional with close to 30 years experience, including nine years with McKinsey and Company. He provides executive coaching and custom consulting services, and is a principal of thoughtLEADERS, a global leadership development training firm offering a full menu of programs to help leaders think, communicate and succeed. Mike has deep expertise and passion in structured executive thinking and decision-making as well as interpersonal success strategies (e.g., meeting leadership, tough conversations, coaching and feedback, presentation delivery, upward management, etc.) His learning specialties are in the areas of executive coaching, team facilitation, training design and delivery (classroom and online). For individual clients, Mike's coaching approach is rooted in strategic focus and deep understanding of how leaders’ unique individual preferences and approaches drive priorities, successes, challenges, and stresses across multiple leadership dimensions.
Contact Mike at firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about thoughtLEADERS training programs at www.thoughtleadersllc.com
Re-Read Saturday News
And we are back! This week we re-read Chapter 7 of Thinking, Fast and Slow, A Machine for Jumping to Conclusions.. Logistics note: every time I think I can get to a two chapters a week cadence with this book, I find that hit a chapter that I really think is full of ideas that will be useful for thinking about how people behave and how change can be facilitated and feel that I need to spend more time with it. Maybe next week!
Remember, if you do not have a favorite, dog-eared copy of Thinking, Fast and Slow, please buy a copy. Using the links in this blog entry helps support the blog and its alter-ego, The Software Process and Measurement Cast. Buy a copy on Amazon, It’s time to get reading!
SPaMCAST 552 will feature our essay on quality. We will tackle ideas like “fit for purpose”, cost and timing. Messing up on any of these categories can (and often does) mess up quality.
We will also have a visit from Jon Quigley!