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A podcast about Agile and Project Management

Agile and Project Management - DrunkenPM Radio Dave Prior, Agile Trainer, Consultant and Project Manager

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A podcast about Agile and Project Management

    Human Hacking with Christopher Hadnagy and Dr. Abbie Marono

    Human Hacking with Christopher Hadnagy and Dr. Abbie Marono

    Summary

    In this conversation, Dave Prior interviews Chris Hadnagy and Dr. Abbie Maroño about social engineering and human hacking. They discuss the definition of social engineering and how it differs from human hacking. They emphasize the importance of intent in social engineering, with the goal being to influence someone's actions for their benefit rather than to cause harm. They also explore the concept of imposter syndrome and how it affects different generations and genders. The conversation concludes with a discussion on how self-awareness can be used to be a better servant leader and understand others. In this conversation, Dr. Abbie and Chris Hadnagy discuss the importance of understanding human behavior and communication in various contexts. They emphasize the need to look beneath the surface when someone behaves badly and to consider their underlying needs. They also discuss the importance of self-awareness and understanding one's own communication style. They highlight the value of seeking credible information and avoiding misinformation, especially in the field of psychology. They provide insights into their courses and books that can help individuals improve their communication skills and become more effective in their personal and professional lives.

    This podcast was originally recorded in video format. You can find the video here: https://youtu.be/71cZz-ac-zc

    Takeaways

    Social engineering is the act of influencing someone to take an action that may or may not be in their best interest.
    Intent plays a crucial role in determining whether social engineering is positive or negative.
    Imposter syndrome is a universal human experience, but the way it is expressed can differ between generations and genders.
    Self-awareness is key to understanding and managing imposter syndrome and can be used to be a better servant leader.
    Understanding the emotions and motivations of others can help build empathy and improve relationships. Look beneath the surface when someone behaves badly and consider their underlying needs.
    Understand your own communication style and be aware of how it may impact others.
    Seek credible information and be cautious of misinformation, especially in the field of psychology.
    Take courses and read books to improve your communication skills and personal development.

    Chapters

    00:18 Introduction and Background
    10:26 Exploring Imposter Syndrome Across Generations
    24:11 Understanding Others: Building Empathy
    31:50 Seeking Credible Information
    39:57 Challenging Simplistic Explanations

    Links from the podcast:

    Foundational Application of Social Engineering
    https://www.social-engineer.com/product/foundational-application-of-social-engineering/

    Chris’s books on Amazon
    https://tinyurl.com/mrx6umcb

    Dr. Abbie’s Book
    Work in Progress: The Road to Empowerment, The Journey Through Shame
    https://tinyurl.com/jzbsu2ev

    Social-Engineer YouTube Channel
    https://www.youtube.com/@Social-Engineer

    Dr. Abbie’s TEDX Manchester talk
    https://www.tedxmanchester.com/abbie-marono/

    Contacting Chris Hadnagy
    Web: https://www.social-engineer.org/
    Blog: https://www.social-engineer.org/blog/
    LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/christopherhadnagy

    Contacting Dr. Abbie Maroño
    Web: https://www.abbiemarono.com
    LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/dr-abbie-maroño-phd-35ab2611a

    • 50 min
    What's The Next Most Important Thing to Learn with Scott Sehlhorst

    What's The Next Most Important Thing to Learn with Scott Sehlhorst

    I’m testing out the AI Generated Summary…

    In this conversation, Dave Prior and Scott Sehlhorst discuss the importance of improving the product plan while executing it. They explore the common problem of companies jumping straight into execution without considering what they should build and why. Scott emphasizes the need to shift from a mindset of control to one of influence, where product managers focus on solving problems and creating value for customers and the business. They also discuss the concept of uncertainty and sensitivity and how to navigate it using impact mapping to identify needs and changes. In this conversation, Scott Sehlhorst discusses the importance of shifting into a business model and the need to create changes and hypotheses. He emphasizes the process of narrowing down the target population and quantifying the impact of changes. Scott also highlights the significance of determining sensitivity and making connections between cause and effect. He introduces the confidence rubric and explains how to prioritize experiments. The conversation concludes with the idea of constantly improving the plan and focusing on the next most important thing to learn.

    Takeaways

    Companies often jump straight into execution without considering what they should build and why.
    Product managers should shift from a mindset of control to one of influence, focusing on solving problems and creating value for customers and the business.
    Uncertainty and sensitivity are inherent in product development, and it is impossible to know everything before building a product.
    Using impact mapping can help identify needs and changes, allowing for experimentation and learning in an uncertain environment. Shifting into a business model involves creating changes and hypotheses.
    Narrowing down the target population is crucial for effective experimentation.
    Quantifying the impact of changes helps determine the potential outcomes.
    Using a confidence rubric can aid in decision-making and prioritization.

    Chapters

    00:00 Introduction and Background
    03:00 The Fear of Being Late vs. the Fear of Being Wrong
    05:58 Backlog Rationalization Workshop
    10:00 Moving from Control to Influence
    13:07 Building the Right Things
    20:00 Navigating Uncertainty and Sensitivity
    29:11 Using Impact Mapping to Identify Needs and Changes
    31:56 Shifting into Business Model
    33:05 Creating Changes and Hypotheses
    34:32 Narrowing Down the Target Population
    35:15 Quantifying the Impact
    36:34 Determining Sensitivity
    38:21 Making Connections and Causal Relationships
    39:36 Confidence and Uncertainty
    43:00 The Confidence Rubric
    44:23 Prioritizing Experiments
    49:29 What's the Next Most Important Thing to Learn
    53:28 Improving the Plan

    Links from the Podcast
    The Empathy Map Podcast where Scott and I discuss Impact Mapping
    https://on.soundcloud.com/szLXeqe5Q6t2Tf9b8

    Scott’s blog post about using a Confidence Rubric
    https://uxpressia.com/blog/make-decisions-about-business-experiments

    Contacting Scott:
    Scott’s Blog at Tyner Blain: tynerblain.com/blog/
    LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/sehlhorst/
    Twitter: twitter.com/sehlhorst
    Email: scott@tynerblain.com

    • 56 min
    Fixing PI planning with Alan Dayley

    Fixing PI planning with Alan Dayley

    Alan Dayley is back to help me continue the quest of figuring out why so many companies are struggling with PI Planning or quarterly planning. During the interview, we discuss some of the reasons organizations struggle with this type of planning. We address the topic from the perspective of senior leadership, why they want it, how they often approach it, and the challenges that creates. We also explore the way the request is often interpreted by the Development Teams, how they often respond, and how critical it is that they have the time needed to understand the request and the freedom to respond in a way that is responsible to the organization.

    Alan is a SAFe Program Consultant, so during the conversation he also explains how PI planning is supposed to work if you are truly following SAFe.

    … and, Developers are not batteries

    Contacting Alan

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alandd/
    Email: alandd@DayleyAgile.com

    • 42 min
    How to Pick the Right Scrum Training For You with Vic Bonacci

    How to Pick the Right Scrum Training For You with Vic Bonacci

    You’ve decided to take a Scrum certification class. Now the question is, which one? If you are looking for something like Certified Scrum Master or Certified Scrum Product Owner, there are so many options to choose from that it can be overwhelming. All of them should result in certification and price is certainly a concern. But there are a number of other factors to consider when trying to find the Scrum training that is right for you.

    When you take a certification class, whether its focus is on Scrum, Lean, Kanban, Project Management, whatever… you are investing in yourself and your future. In this podcast, Vic Bonacci and I talk through some of the key things you should consider when selecting a certification course. You are spending your time and money to obtain knowledge and validation (through certification) that you have a certain degree of expertise. Choose wisely… it’s your future.

    Contacting Vic
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/vbonacci/
    AgileCoffee Podcast: https://agilecoffee.com
    Online Scrum Class: https://onlinescrumclass.com

    Contacting Dave
    Linktree: https://linktr.ee/mrsungo
    Dave’s Classes listed on Scrum Alliance site: https://tinyurl.com/35pzsk5j

    • 14 min
    Making Sense of Co-Pilots, Agents, and Changes in AI with Snehal Talati

    Making Sense of Co-Pilots, Agents, and Changes in AI with Snehal Talati

    Keeping up with what is happening in AI is no small task. You probably know some folks who spend a lot of free time learning how to bend (insert AI flavor of the week) to their will, there are folks who are preaching to anyone who will listen about all the amazing things that are right around the corner, and then there are the folks who just periodically peek over their shoulder and say “Yeah, um… let me know when you’ve got this bit actually working.”

    And then there are people like Snehal Talati. I met Snehal last year at the Scrum Gathering and we did a podcast about http://aiagile.org, the community he started to bring Agilists together to ensure that the intersection between the Agile space and AI happens in an intentional and thoughtful way.

    It’s been 8 months since that podcast was posted and that’s like 20 years in the AI space. So Snehal is back to share what’s been happening in AI and Agile. and to talk about the free course he built for the Scrum Alliance to help folks get started. During our conversation, Snehal gives an update on some of the newer changes and challenges in AI and he also offers real-life examples of how AI is becoming a powerful part of his personal productivity.

    If you’d like to check out the Scrum Alliance’s AI course, that is here:
    • AI & Agility: A Comprehensive Introduction: https://resources.scrumalliance.org/Course/ai-agility-comprehensive-introduction

    AI Links to get you started:
    • AI Agile: https://www.aiagile.org/
    • Agile GPT: https://www.agilegpt.com/
    • ChatGPT: https://openai.com/blog/chatgpt

    CONTACTING SNEHAL
    • Web: https://www.boostaro.com
    • LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/snehal-talati-124a38b6/

    • 45 min
    5 Things You Can Do to Fix Your Sprint Planning

    5 Things You Can Do to Fix Your Sprint Planning

    If you are on one of those teams that has made a habit of dragging unfinished work from one Sprint to the next... YOU NEED TO STOP!
     
    When you get to the end of a Sprint and have work that isn't done, you can't show it to the stakeholders in the Sprint Review. If you don't show it to Stakeholders in the Sprint Review, you can't get feedback. And if you can't get feedback, you can't inspect and adapt, and you negate the entire point of working in a Sprint.

    This podcast offers five things that you and your team can do
    right now to stop carrying over unfinished work and start enabling Scrum to provide you with the results you and your organization were hoping for when you headed down the path to agility.

    This podcast was originally recorded in video. You can find that version here: https://youtu.be/df8Ig_KYPUg

    If you liked this podcast, please click subscribe and let me
    know so I keep adding more.

    If you are interested in attending one of my upcoming CSM or
    CSPO classes, just follow this link: https://tinyurl.com/yc5k84z5

    And if you'd like to contact me, you can find all my links
    right here: https://linktr.ee/mrsungo

    • 8 min

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