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Welcome to the 5th episode of the IdeaSpies Editor Series in partnership with the A Spanner in the Works Disruption Podcast. I'm Lynn Wood, the Founder and Chief Idea Spy of IdeaSpies.Jennifer Harrison, Vice President of the Proptech Association Australia and and PropTech Editor of IdeaSpies, will update you on what's new and exciting in PropTech and how it's transforming the real estate industryYou can see PropTech ideas, explained simply, on the IdeaSpies platform  https://ideaspies.com/sort/PropTech
-5:00] - To step into a first-time CIO role - expectations VS reality- 11:00] Covid, VPN, remote working, softphones, transformation in 6 weeks while not leaving the people behind emotionally, socially, financially, and physically- 15:00] Things you can do and don't do to create the culture you want to protect your team & yourself- 20:00] Team and individual boundaries to reduce overwhelm- 22:00] Quick tips: Mindful leadership, self-care, personal resilience, well-being, resilience, personal & team boundaries- 25:00] Guiding Principles for Leaders and how teams can coach their leaders
Welcome to the 4th episode of the IdeaSpies Editor Series in partnership with the A Spanner in the Works Disruption Podcast. I'm Lynn Wood, the Founder and Chief Idea Spy of IdeaSpies.Karen Finch, CEO of Legally Yours and the LegalTech Editor of IdeaSpies, will update you on how legal tech is transforming the legal profession and why it matters!You can see LegalTech ideas, explained simply, on the IdeaSpies platform https://ideaspies.com/sort/LegalTech
[00:00] Kevin, Gene Kim & the making of The Phoenix Project[05:00] Tampa General Hospital, Obama Care, Losing his mind & getting arrested[06:00] True innovation is rare & rarely needed[07:00] Innovation in process-oriented environments is dumb[09:00] Why behavior change is key and tribes are counter to innovation[10:00] Cloud First strategies and other wishy-washy word salads[11:00] There is no talent shortage[12:30] Analogies are low-fi, that's what we DON'T need when we communicate strategies[14:30] The fear of failure and why strategy needs humility[15:00] How systems kill talent[16:00] People think they are valuable for what they know, but the real value is fast they can learn things[17:00] Talent shortage - a sign that organisations are slow in recognizing whats needed and slow to develop skills[18:00] Is the need for transformation a sign that we have a skills gap in our corner offices?[19:00] Is Chicken Sandwich your constraint?[21:00] The Sheep syndrome[22:00] Transformation funding[23:40] The follower paradigm[28:30] Cloud redo, Cloud redo, Cloud redo - 100% false positives, fatigue and Why are we doing this?[30:30] The real Kung-Fu is building world-class operations
Welcome to the 3rd episode of the IdeaSpies Editor Series in partnership with the A Spanner in the Works Disruption Podcast. I'm Lynn Wood, the Founder and Chief Idea Spy of IdeaSpies.Jeremy Wright AM,  IdeaSpies Climate Editor, will give you a passionate update on Climate Change Challenges and how they should be addressed.You can see Climate ideas, explained simply, on the IdeaSpies platform  https://ideaspies.com/sort/Climate
Learn about the latest findings around burnout and how the organisational culture is having a big impact. The new findings are especially focused on the pandemic environment and cultural aspects that might lead to or help prevent burnout. Also, find out how the Red Hat CEO does when writing emails to counter burnout.
Welcome to the 2nd episode of the IdeaSpies Editor Series in partnership with the A Spanner in the Works Disruption Podcast. I'm Lynn Wood, the Founder and Chief Idea Spy of IdeaSpies.Michael Sharpe, Director of the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre  (AMGC) and Industrial Editor of IdeaSpies will give you a passionate update on what's new and exciting in advanced manufacturing, especially in the space industry.You can see Industrial ideas, explained simply, on the IdeaSpies platform https://ideaspies.com/sort/Industrial
Welcome to the  1st episode of the IdeaSpies Editor Series in partnership with the A Spanner in the Works Disruption Podcast. I'm Lynn Wood, the Founder and Chief Idea Spy of IdeaSpies.Kylie Hargreaves, Chair of the Australian Alliance for Energy Productivity (A2EP) and Energy Editor of IdeaSpies, will give you a passionate update on what's new and exciting in the energy field.You can see Energy ideas, explained simply, on the IdeaSpies platform https://ideaspies.com/sort/Energy
Born at 25 weeks, 40+ operations on heart, lungs, ears, brain and cerebral palsy didn't stop Matt from becoming a world champion swimmer, world record breaker, gold medalist representing Australia and simply pure inspiration. Meet Matt Levy OAM in this episode and find out more at  https://mattlevyoam.com.au/
As part of our 3R Series (Recurring Rants & Rambles) BMK shares his experiences over the last 12 months of learning and transforming his organisation with flow metrics.
This episode is jam packed with valuable insight on how to execute an Agile transformation at scale. We cover topics from how to align and prioritise across teams to tribe and squad OKRs, funding, lessons learned and much more.This is a recording of our pre-Covid conversation. With with Wilson Toh.How it all started - The reasons for embarking on an Agile journey [0] Squad Alignment & Agile frameworks [5] Prioritisation [6] Internal allies, barriers & where Agile doesn’t fit [8] Showcase as a change management tool [11] IT is now part of the business [13] Change resistance [15] Kicking off working Agile & Support for people [16] Risk mitigation and tribe VS squad OKRs [18] Things we learned and are learning & Architectural governance [21] Changing Employee & Leadership behaviour [22] Demand and release prioritisation and alignment [24] Funding & expected outcomes [25] Lessons Learned & Recommendations [27] 
Justin shares great insights about his journey from low confidence to achieving his goal he set for himself - to become a CTO.And as a CTO Justin shares great insights on a variety of topics from how to build and run a SaaS product, balancing buisness realities with technical excellence, why future proofing is a bad idea in the first then minutes alone. Then we discuss SRE, how to evolve and organisations DevOps capability maturity, metrics, leadership VS Leadership and why you don't  need deadlines.How to build & run a SaaS productHow to balance technical excellence with business realities Why future proofing is bad idea [- 10:00}The importance of blurring the lines of development and infrastructure [14:00] How to get started with DevOps & evolve the maturity [16:00] and how it becomes a ‘whole of business philosophy' How Leadership, Trust and Empowerment are connected [19:00] Why you have to hand a business problem over to the technical teams instead of solutions [24:00] Metrics [25] Why you don’t need deadlines [27] Team Topologies [32] The importance of genuine, humble & servant leadership [32:30] 
Join Terry in this episode to learn how technology and innovation fit into the Leonardo consulting business.In this episode, we discuss innovation blueprints, process metrics, multi and hybrid cloud strategies, Kubernetes and OpenShift as the enablement layer for both multi and hybrid cloud architectures, the future of integration as well as the weakness and strengths of open source[time index]Integration & consulting blueprints Process metrics Waste and process mining  Multi-cloud 16:40 Cloud strategy - multi & hybrid cloud 18:00 Kubernetes and OpenShift as the foundation for a hybrid or multi-cloud strategy 19:40 The future of integration 20:00 Weakness & strength of open source 23:00 
Enjoy Hillery sharing how to build a Cloud, what makes an industry specific Cloud and her thoughts on what's next in the Cloud space. We are also discussing what special ingredients IBM brings to the Cloud market for its customers.00:00 IBM Fellows - a team of Nobel Prize winners, open source contributors and complex problem solvers 04:00 Munich - You gotta love Munich! 05:00 The silicon world explained for software engineers and how it fits into an Agile delivery world 10:00 How do you design a Cloud 23:00 How is a vertical cloud different - designing an ecosystem and the right compliance posture in the context of the biggest barrier of entry 29:00 The future of industry Clouds and associated ecosystems 32:00 What’s next in Cloud  
Having held senior engineering leadership roles at ASX, Macquarie Bank and globally at Nasdaq Katherine Squire knows what it takes to run and support national infrastructure.As one of the top female technology leaders in the region, Katherine shares deep insights into market changes, software engineering, how to deal with tech debt and where/which metrics make sense. Learn about the importance of 'Fear Free Development', Defensive Delivery VS Defensive Design strategies, human capital and what hiring managers look for compared to 20 years ago. Enjoy Katherine's lighthearted way of sharing deep experience and our buzzword bingo.Topics by time index:0+ Career in Capital Markets Acceleration & job tenure Human capital, skills in the market and how it affects technology choices What skills to hire 10+ The Dead Sea effect and culture Talent & technology - hyperscalers VS Open Source communities Hybrid talent strategies 20+ Fixing the next bottleneck, practical steps for continuous improveents Waterfall and where to go from there Choosing the right metrics, measuring waste and impact on team morale Developer utilisation  How Consistent innovation and confidence create a virtuous circle 30+ Fear Free Development Automation  Defensive Delivery VS Defensive Design Strategy Security & shift left and organisational change Tech debt addressed consciously & accelerators Digital Transformation & why they are failing 40+ The "Brent’s" from the Phoenix Project Career Advice 
Hear from Sol interesting concepts like Exit to Community, his view on how to enable everyone to be the best self and why being a good guy in Cyber is way more interesting than hacking itself.00:00 Improving political systems through technology and decentralisation of trust 12:00 Security is playing the long game 13:00 CNCF, White-hat hackers and rise of the technologists 14:30 Cyber, Fixing root access and improving systems on a daily basis 15:30 Cybersecurity is straight forward - but there's a lot to it 17:40 Cyber Defense is more rewarding 20:20 Threat modelling to aid decision making and web hooks needed for global innovations 24:00 Executives need help - It's not about poking it's about investing - Successful Change Management is about great leadership 28:00 5G, IoT, Kubernetes, edge, software is eating the world - there's a lot potential to mess up & how we tackle it. 32:00 Different approaches to Security in an Hybrid-Multi-Cloud 
Are you looking for credibility in the DevSecOps and cloud native security space, do you want to hear from an arrested hacker? It doesn't get much more credible than that. Meet Matt Flannery, CTO at Accelera Group on the future of cloud and cloud native security in this episode of the A Spanner in the Works disruption podcast.Learn about Matt’s interesting journey from hacker and packet gangster to CTO.How to write a CV as a hacker [10:00]The importance of culture and buy-in [18:25]Where to start with Cloud Native Security & The CNCF Security whitepaper [19:40]Starting points, guidelines & frameworks for CSIOs on Cloud Native Security [25:50]Defensive VS Offensive Security, Bug bounty programs, Security Chaos Engineering [28:40]How to become a white hat hacker - where to start [31:30]Public, hybrid and multi-Cloud security and data gravity [33:30]
Lucian Maly & Scott Winkler have brought the battle of the last 2 standing infrastructure automation and orchestration tools upon us. This episode discusses real world multi cloud use cases, community strength, secrets management, state versus stateless and performance. Enjoy book discount vouchers from the authors of Terraform in Action, Scott Winkler, and the Ansible based Network Automation Cookbook author Karim Okasha.Santa Claus has kindly sponsored book discount vouchers - Thank you, Scott, Karim & Santa!It's first come first serve!Here are some single-use codes for Terraform in Action book for the listeners: suterra-1A9F suterra-214C suterra-56A3 suterra-3997Book's product page: https://www.manning.com/books/terraform-in-actionAnd here's the discount code for the Network Automation Cookbook:https://www.amazon.com/gp/mpc/AS370P0ONMI5
Learn from Dr John Chan, Group Head of People Data & Analytics at QBE Insurance about his latest findings from his hot-off-the-press research on how organisational structures and cultures lead to burnout. The report and episode includes practical tips for corporate leaders about how to establish burnout preventing values and behaviours. Get your anti-burnout prescription today by converting FOMO into JOMO, cultivating your joy of missing out from Dr John Chan. The report can be found here: https://infinite-potential.com.au/
In this episode MIrco shares from his book 'DevOps for the Modern Enterprise'  views and insights from his DevOps and Agile journeys with many customers around the globe, why a pipeline doesn't make DevOps and his experience from bringing DevOps to the mainframe and COTS applications. We also discuss many other topics for example why Lean is the next phase after DevOps, Complex Systems Engineering, SRE, how to setup teams, what parts of cars, bridges and houses can be built agile and more.
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