Best practices and lessons learned in Project and Incident Management from leaders in the field and the host Kevin Pannell, PMP.
Foundations Friday 45: Logistics Wins Wars (and Projects)
Sharing the importance of establishing a solid logistics train to move the things you worked so hard to configure and get them into the hands of the end users that need them.
PPP96: Fitness and Jiu Jitsu on the 'Up In The Morning' Podcast
PPP95: When Leading A Project, Remember It's Not YOUR Project
This episode was inspired by re-listening to Jocko Podcast 98 with Dr. Jordan B. Peterson. In the episode Jocko, Echo (good evening) and Dr. Peterson discuss the importance of self evaluation before looking out and judging the world as well as the differences between tyrannical leadership and leaders who inspire others to want to do work for them. In this episode I share what I believe Project Managers can do to stay on the opposite side of tyranny and instead build a bonded, collaborative and productive team.
Foundations Friday 44: We Must Seek Hardship
If we actively seek the tough assignment, the harder workout or the more difficult roll in Jiu Jitsu we will come out the other side more prepared for the hardships in our personal and professional lives.
Foundations Friday 43: Change a Life, Not Just the Game
Expanding on the quote hanging in the Jiu Jitsu gym I train in “A good coach can change a game, a great coach can change a life”
PPP94: Welcome to Murder Yoga (Brazilian Jiu Jitsu)
Sharing some quick tips to help brand new Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) trainees enjoy the first steps into the BJJ world.