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Rob and I go old school in this episode. We had first met back in my early days before DevOps when I used to run a Tivoli consulting business. Rob describes how he used Dr. Deming's principles in his consulting work. Rob works alongside Dr. Cherry Vu and describes himself as a Teal Unicorn. LinkedIn and Twitter are the best places to find Rob and Cherry's ideas and work.https://www.linkedin.com/in/robenglandattwohillshttps://twitter.com/rob_england
Dominico Lepore developed the Decalogue™ management methodology together with Oded Cohen, a leading, world-renowned expert in The Theory of Constraints. One of the first books I read about Dr. Deming is his "Deming and Goldratt: The Theory of Constraints and the System of Profound Knowledge." In this episode, we cover everything from Dr. Deming's empathy to how the Talmud explains of Theory of Constraints. If you stick around long enough we discuss Umberto Eco. Intelligent Managementhttps://www.intelligentmanagement.ws/Ess3ntial: a tool with a missionhttps://ess3ntial.com/
This is part 2 of a two-part episode with John Hunter. John Hunter's background includes two areas of focus: management improvement and information technology program management. His experience is in improving the performance of organizations. For the last 15 years, his focus has been on management improvement with a concentration on using technology to aid this process.LinkedinCurious CatJohnhunter.comHere are some links John sent me.Sales Commissions  https://deming.org/eliminate-sales-commissions-reject-theory-x-management-and-embrace-systems-thinking/ (including why Fog Creek Software got rid of sales commissions)Why ThoughtWorks Eliminated Sales Commissionshttps://deming.org/why-thoughtworks-eliminated-sales-commisions/https://deming.org/eliminating-sales-commissions-at-air-force-one/The System of Profound Knowledge Applied to Sales and Marketing (presentations at Deming Institute)   https://deming.org/the-system-of-profound-knowledge-applied-to-sales-and-marketing/Related Material:https://management.curiouscatblog.net/2010/01/28/the-trouble-with-incentives-they-work/The Existing Management Conditions Limit How Effective New Strategies Will Be https://deming.org/the-existing-management-conditions-limit-how-effective-new-strategies-will-be/(with related links including )https://management.curiouscatblog.net/2010/12/08/building-adoption-of-management-improvement-ideas-in-your-organization/ )
This is part 1 of a two-part episode with John Hunter. John Hunter's background includes two areas of focus: management improvement and information technology program management. His experience is in improving the performance of organizations. For the last 15 years, his focus has been on management improvement with a concentration on using technology to aid this process. LinkedinCurious CatJohnhunter.comHere are some links John sent me. Sales Commissions  https://deming.org/eliminate-sales-commissions-reject-theory-x-management-and-embrace-systems-thinking/  (including why Fog Creek Software got rid of sales commissions) Why ThoughtWorks Eliminated Sales Commissions https://deming.org/why-thoughtworks-eliminated-sales-commisions/ https://deming.org/eliminating-sales-commissions-at-air-force-one/The System of Profound Knowledge Applied to Sales and Marketing (presentations at Deming Institute)   https://deming.org/the-system-of-profound-knowledge-applied-to-sales-and-marketing/Related Material: https://management.curiouscatblog.net/2010/01/28/the-trouble-with-incentives-they-work/The Existing Management Conditions Limit How Effective New Strategies Will Be  https://deming.org/the-existing-management-conditions-limit-how-effective-new-strategies-will-be/ (with related links including ) https://management.curiouscatblog.net/2010/12/08/building-adoption-of-management-improvement-ideas-in-your-organization/ )
In this episode, Gene Kim and I talk about all things DevOps. We discuss some of his podcasts on the Idealcast along with his current work with Dr. Spear. Almost all of Gene's work can be found at Itrevolution.com.
In this episode, Bill and I discuss operations research and supply chain concepts and how they apply to security. Bill gives an overview of his work with DOD on project DEDSORD. He also gives a great overview of DevOps Automated Governance and usage of Sigstore.  We also touch on SBOM's. Bill can be found mainly on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/billbensing/
Chris Roberts is my guest on this episode. I have had the privilege of getting to know him over the past few years. I find him fascinating to talk with. Chris describes himself as a ... Hacker, InfoSec, Safety, Cyberstuff Researcher, Advisor, @Hacknotcrime henchman, and various other names in the technical world. Chris serves as a vCISO or advisor for several entities worldwide. We discuss his background and how our industry may have lost its soul. This episode is definitely worth listening to. Chris can be found at the following places:Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sidragon1/Twitter: @Sidragon1
We discuss burnout in this episode (part 2). Jesse Getzie shares some of his recent "serious" burnout struggles.  Burnout is a major problem in our industry. If Dr. Deming was alive today, I believe he would be a strong advocate for helping people understand this silent killer.  If you need to reach us, Jesse and I are just a tweet, email, or phone call away.Jesse can be found at: Email: jgetzie@gmail.com Twitter: @jessgetzieLinkedin: jessegetzie Here's a list of some burnout resources.National Suicide Prevention Lifelinehttps://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ Emotions Anonymoushttps://emotionsanonymous.org/ National Alliance on Mental Healthhttps://nami.org/Home Open Sourcing Mental Illnesshttps://osmihelp.org/ Karōjisatsu — Death From Overworkhttps://itrevolution.com/karojisatsu/Burnout in Information Securityhttp://www.slideshare.net/secburnout/burnout-in-information-securityBurnout and post-traumatic stress disorder: Dr. Geri Puleo atTEDxSetonHillUniversityhttps://youtu.be/hFkI69zJzLIUnderstanding Burnout," Prof. Christina Maslach (U.C. Berkeley)https://youtu.be/4kLPyV8lBbsMaslach Burnout Inventoryhttp://www.mindgarden.com/117-maslach-burnout-inventory REVERSING BURNOUT: How to rekindle your passion for your workhttp://www.choixdecarriere.com/pdf/6573/Maslach_Leiter(2005).pdfDepressionI had a black dog, his name was depressionhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XiCrniLQGYcLiving With a Black Doghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2VRRx7Mtep8Stress and Depression - A taboo in our timehttps://vimeo.com/channels/lascot14/106927863Feeling Good – The New Mood Therapyhttp://feelinggood.com/books/
We discuss burnout in this episode (part 1). Jesse Getzie shares some of his recent "serious" burnout struggles.  Burnout is a major problem in our industry. If Dr. Deming was alive today, I believe he would be a strong advocate for helping people understand this silent killer.  If you need to reach us, Jesse and I are just a tweet, email, or phone call away. Jesse can be found at: Email: jgetzie@gmail.com Twitter: @jessgetzieLinkedin: jessegetzie Here's a list of some burnout resources.National Suicide Prevention Lifelinehttps://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ Emotions Anonymoushttps://emotionsanonymous.org/ National Alliance on Mental Healthhttps://nami.org/Home Open Sourcing Mental Illnesshttps://osmihelp.org/ Karōjisatsu — Death From Overworkhttps://itrevolution.com/karojisatsu/Burnout in Information Securityhttp://www.slideshare.net/secburnout/burnout-in-information-security Burnout and post-traumatic stress disorder: Dr. Geri Puleo atTEDxSetonHillUniversityhttps://youtu.be/hFkI69zJzLIUnderstanding Burnout," Prof. Christina Maslach (U.C. Berkeley)https://youtu.be/4kLPyV8lBbsMaslach Burnout Inventoryhttp://www.mindgarden.com/117-maslach-burnout-inventory REVERSING BURNOUT: How to rekindle your passion for your workhttp://www.choixdecarriere.com/pdf/6573/Maslach_Leiter(2005).pdfDepressionI had a black dog, his name was depressionhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XiCrniLQGYcLiving With a Black Doghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2VRRx7Mtep8Stress and Depression - A taboo in our timehttps://vimeo.com/channels/lascot14/106927863Feeling Good – The New Mood Therapyhttp://feelinggood.com/books/
I get to chat with Andrew Clay Shafer in this episode. Andrew was one of the original pioneers of the DevOps movement. His presentation titled "There Is No Talent Shortage" has always been one of my favorite DevOps presentations. We talked about Andrew's background and how he got into Dr. Deming. He also spoke about his ideas about learning organizations and other interesting topics. It was a great way to end the season. For many years, Andrew has been a mentor and a friend to me. 
I talked with Tom Geraghty in session. Physiological safety is Tom's passion. He tells me a bit about his journey with Dr. Deming. After that, we dive deep into the topic of physiological safety. It was a great session. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Tom’s Websitehttps://tomgeraghty.co.uk/
This podcast is the last podcast of 2021 and marks the end of season #1. I do a quick overview and review of the podcast over the year.  I wanted to thank the following guests: Ben Rockwood (@benr)Doris QuinnMary and Tom Poppendieck (@mpoppendieck)Jeffrey Fredrick (@Jtf)George Dekker (@GeorgeDekker)Dr. Steven Spear (@StevenJSpear)Courtney Kissler (@chawklady)Josh Corman (@joshcorman)Kevin Behr (@kevinbehr)Elisabeth Hendrickson (@testobsessed)harper (@harper)Carmen DeArdo Dennis Schlagheck Glenn Wilson (@GlennDynaminet)Mark Burgess (@markburgess_osl)John Waraniak (@JohnWaraniak)Steve Pereira (@SteveElsewhere)Jabe Bloom (@cyetain)Paula Thrasher (@paula_thrasher)Dominica DeGrandis (@dominicad)Laksh Raghavan (@laraghavan)Tom Geraghty (@tom_geraghty)Andrew Clay Shafer (@littleidea)
This is part 2 of my podcast with Laksh Raghavan. I met Laksh Raghavan through a Twitter dispute on Pragmatism and Epistemology.  We decided to hop on a zoom session to discuss it.  After about 5 minutes I realized I was out of my element. Laksh really knew his stuff. We decided to do a podcast. This is the first part of a two part series. We cover a lot of interesting ground regarding general philosophy, Pragmatism, Epistemology, and Systems Thinking. If you liked my previous podcast with Jabe Bloom should enjoy this podcast as well.  Twitter: https://twitter.com/laraghavan/
I met Laksh Raghavan through a Twitter dispute on Pragmatism and Epistemology.  We decided to hop on a Zoom session to discuss it.  After about 5 minutes I realized I was out of my element. Laksh really knew his stuff. We decided to do a podcast. This is the first part of a two-part series. We cover a lot of interesting ground regarding general philosophy, Pragmatism, Epistemology, and Systems Thinking. If you liked my previous podcast with Jabe Bloom should enjoy this podcast as well.  Twitter: https://twitter.com/laraghavan/
Dominica DeGrandis is my guest on this episode. In 2010, Dominica and I met at the first US DevOps Days. We discuss the early DevOps Days and the Kanban game in this episode. We also discuss her work on making work visible and the five thieves of time. Every time I speak with Dominica, it is always a great conversation. Here are a few links:https://itrevolution.com/making-work-visible-by-dominica-degrandis/ https://itrevolution.com/immersion/ linkedin.com/in/dominicadeg
Paula is a veteran DevOps participant. She has managed some of the largest and most difficult transformations in our industry. I get the chance to pick Paula's brain about leadership at scale. 
Jabe Bloom and I talk about Dr. Deming's Theory of Knowledge in this episode. We learn about pragmatism and epistemology from Jabe. As he proceeds, he mentions Dr. Shewhart's work at Hawthorne as well as Ohno and Lean, all related to Deming's System of Profound Knowledge lens of Theory of Knowledge. If you've enjoyed the podcast so far, you'll want to listen to this episode. Check out Jabe's work here: http://blog.jabebloom.com/https://www.linkedin.com/in/jabebloom/ 
Steve and I talk about early DevOpsDays, Value Streams, Flow, Systems Thinking and of course Dr. Deming. Give talks about his thought about Dr. Deming's System of Profound Knowledge. We cover a lot of ground in this podcast.  I'm sure you will enjoy it.  You can find a link to all of the cool things Steve is working on here: https://vzbl.io/links
John Waraniak is my guest in this episode. John has over 25 years of experience in automotive, motorsports, aerospace, and consumer products. He has extensive experience in vehicle systems engineering, motorsports program management, and lean product development. When he was at General Motors, John worked directly with Dr. Deming. In addition, he studied under Peter Senge. This is a great interview. At Indianapolis Raceway, he will organize the first autonomous race later this month (Oct 2023). According to John, like many on this podcast, it all started with Dr. Deming. Check out his profile here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/john-waraniak-a56ab26/
In this episode, I'm joined by Mark Burgess. Mark founded CFEngine, Promise Theory, and Infrastructure as Code. Mark holds a Ph.D. in physics. He is an author of several books, including one of my favorites, "In Search of Certainty." He has been working on a project called the Semantic Spacetime Project for over a decade. I've known Mark for almost a decade now, and we always have a great time discussing important IT topics. In this episode, we discuss Dr. Deming's work through the lenses of complexity, non-determinism, and quantum physics. You can find all of Mark's work on his website ( http://markburgess.org/index.html ). 
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