A self-proclaimed “reluctant detailed guy,” Dean Schuster is Founder and Partner at Truematter, a UX consultancy that helps create digital products including apps, websites and wearable software. As Dean says, you can’t let a big-picture person loose in a project management scenario and expect good things to happen. Unless you have some processes in place. Dean joins us to talk about project management at Truematter, the qualities they look for in a DPM and how managing client relationships is really about setting up processes to rein yourself in.
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You’ve got your process…and it’s working. But then you get this new project, or new team members or new stakeholders, and suddenly your project management approach starts to break down. What is happening? Anita Sagar, Agile Consultant at Enterprise Knowledge, has a simple explanation: not all situations or challenges are created equal. So no single process will fit all contexts. Anita joins us to talk about the Cynefin framework, how to use it to determine the right project management approach and why waterfall might not be as bad as it’s made out to be.
Every generation experiences a different culture, economic reality, social forces and so on. Inevitably, these different experiences can cause conflict when we’re all working together. Dr. Sidjae Price, CEO at Priceless Planning and Founder of Speak Loud Inc., joins us to talk about generational pressures, organizational conflict and how we can make our businesses better.