9 episodes

The Internet gives us cat memes and conspiracy theories. But who gives us the Internet? Join us every week as we talk to the people responsible for building, supporting, and shaping the Internet service that you and I experience every day of our lives.

Growth Voyager Internet

    • Technology

The Internet gives us cat memes and conspiracy theories. But who gives us the Internet? Join us every week as we talk to the people responsible for building, supporting, and shaping the Internet service that you and I experience every day of our lives.

    The Voice of the Customer with Sandra Pereira

    The Voice of the Customer with Sandra Pereira

    What goes into a good product?

    Today we deep dive into the world of Sandra Pereira, Product Owner of Voice at Voyager. We discuss the many hats of the Product Owner role, the differences between the various flavors of Product Ownership, versus Product Management, and also the challenges she faces everyday.

    This is our very last episode of the Growth podcast, and we are excited to be bringing this to you for the last time. We hope you've enjoyed listening to us, and who knows, maybe we'll come back in the future to a podcast near you!

    Thank you :-)
    From Christian and the Team at Voyager

    • 46 min
    The World of Number Porting with Fred Wadia

    The World of Number Porting with Fred Wadia

    Phone numbers have remained virtually unchanged: they’re a series of numbers that represent a person’s location within the fabric of the phone network. In other words, when somebody dials your number, your phone magically rings!

    It may sound easy, but there is A LOT of work that happens behind the scenes. It involves a process called Number Porting.

    Today I am joined by Fred Wadia, he is a Number Porting Specialist at Voyager. Fred has been doing this for nearly 15 years, and today he’s going to pull back the curtain on phone number porting.

    • 16 min
    Masters of the Scrum Universe with Nathan and Logan

    Masters of the Scrum Universe with Nathan and Logan

    Deep dive today with Nathan Kennedy and Logan Jessop. These fine dudes are Scrum Masters at Voyager and, to quote the Scrum guide, they are accountable for the scrum team’s effectiveness.

    They walk the walk, everyday.. or rather, on a fortnightly schedule. We’ll plunge head first into the details and hear all about the inner workings of their 2 weekly sprint cycles, managing multiple teams, and how they ended up becoming Scrum Masters of the Universe (at Voyager).

    • 37 min
    Talking Agile with Daniel Stastny

    Talking Agile with Daniel Stastny

    Last year marked the 20th anniversary of the Agile Manifesto, and we decided to bring you a series of interviews with the people behind Voyager’s own Agile journey.
    This episode I speak with Daniel Stastny. Daniel is an Agile coach with years of experience in both Agile as well as traditional project management.
    We discuss all things Agile, its values, the benefit for companies to embrace it for themselves, and we even talk about the time Daniel spent in the Mt Eden Prison.

    • 41 min
    The Logical World with Siggy

    The Logical World with Siggy

    Meet Siggy. She is a Software Engineer at Voyager, working in the Voice Tribe. Siggy has the uncanny ability to see the logic in almost everything. Not just lines of code, but real tangible things, like coffee machines and even drones. She is able to pull something apart, figure out what it does, and put it all together in a way that is practical for someone to use.

    Despite being buried under machinery parts or lines of code, she very clearly understands the needs that customers have. This is her story.

    • 28 min
    The Agile CEO with Alf Wallis

    The Agile CEO with Alf Wallis

    There is one role that often gets overlooked in an Agile organization… I’m referring of course, to the C.E.O. Granted, they may not be able to give you a detailed breakdown of how Scrum works, but they must always have that customer first mindset, that vision of tomorrow, and that insatiable drive for growth. Today I speak with Alf Wallis, CEO of Voyager. We discuss the origins of Voyager’s Agile journey, where the company is today, and his vision for tomorrow.

    • 34 min

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