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Pragmatic Live is a podcast focused on tackling the biggest challenges facing today‘s product management, product marketing, and other market and data-driven professionals with some of the best minds in the industry. Make sure to check out our sister podcast Data Chats, where we cover emerging data science topics every other week! https://ds30.podbean.com
 
This is the audio incarnation of Ken Burrell's Pragmatic PMO video channel, perfect for listening on your commute. To start with, this will be the home to soundtracks from an existing video series (so please don't be surprised by the use of the word "video" on an audio-only podcast!). In due course and if people want it, it may also include podcast-specific content.
 
Welcome to the Pragmatic Hero's Journey, a monthly podcast about becoming a Pragmatic author. On this podcast, you'll hear from an eclectic group of authors as they discuss their personal journey to becoming a Pragmatic author. You'll discover what tools they use to write and produce code, what challenges and rewards come along with being an author, and what advice they can share to help you jumpstart your technical writing career. The Pragmatic Hero's Journey podcast is owned and operated b ...
 
Pragmatic is a discussion show contemplating the practical application of technology. Exploring the real world trade offs we look at how great ideas are transformed into products and services that can change our lives. Nothing is as simple as it seems.
 
Welcome to PragMed. A podcast hosted by medics for medics. We talk about everything from best practice prehospital medicine to coffee. We are not the average clinical health podcast that pretends to know it all, we find the experts and ask them what they feel is best for prehospital medicine. We hope that you not only enjoy but contribute to the discussion and grow with us together. No topic is off the table, and we only ask that you be respectful of another. Otherwise, grab a cup of coffee ...
 
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In this interview, David Evans recommends us to understands the needs of project stakeholders, and be prepared to adapt our project approach to suit those needs. This interview is also available as a video at http://bit.ly/ScaryScars This is one of Pragmatic PMO's interview series "Scary Scars Shared". In these interviews, Ken asks Real Project Man…
 
In this interview, Ben Archer reminds us not to over-promise, and to minimise cost and complexity by minimising the number of project phases. This interview is also available as a video at http://bit.ly/ScaryScars This is one of Pragmatic PMO's interview series "Scary Scars Shared". In these interviews, Ken asks Real Project Managers to share in ar…
 
In this interview, Louise Worsley tells us of her experience with powerful negative stakeholders, and advises us on how to use them to help improve the quality of both risk management and the solution. She also reminds us to make sure what you're doing against remains aligned with the business case. This interview is also available as a video at ht…
 
In this episode, John McIntyre warns us to be careful when using averages to work out project durations (and explains how they are more useful at project level than task level). He also advises us to consider segmenting stakeholders using whatever criteria are useful to the project in hand, and reminds us that using averages to calculate durations …
 
In this interview, Eileen Roden warns project managers against planning in isolation and trying to provide all the technical answers; instead planning should be a collaborative process, and use the knowledge of the team. She also talks about the value of understanding where your project fits into the business strategy so that you can optimise what …
 
In this episode, Andrew Wale, the chief revenue officer at Twintag, meets with Rebecca Kalogeris, VP of marketing for Pragmatic Institute, to discuss how to use a great product as a vehicle to engage with customers and enhance their experience. He explains how to give customers information when they need it and in a user-friendly format with tools …
 
We are going to be a product excellence team, so how do we measure how effective we are?" - Sherwin Damdar Rebecca Kalogeris, VP of marketing for Pragmatic Institute interviews Sherwin Damdar, director of product management and innovation at Garlock, and he shares how he uses the sales of differentiated products to measure his teams' success. He sa…
 
In this interview, Zoe O'Toole tells us how she went into a hostile, change-fatigued environment with no project portfolio overview and implemented project and portfolio reporting. She shares how she gained trust and improved communication, and reminds us to listen and understand before making recommendations for change. This interview is also avai…
 
(This episode of the Pragmatic Live Podcast was captured during one of our recent Product Chat webinars) Companies know that learning more about their customers is the best way to improve their products. But is the research influencing meaningful change? More often than not, the answer is no. While many mediums facilitate customer engagement, this …
 
In this interview, Richard Humphrey tells us how what he thought was a sensible and pragmatic suggestion was summarily dismissed. He reminds us to pay attention to stakeholders' environment, and reminds us that incremental change is often better received and longer lasting than step change. This interview is also available as a video at https://www…
 
The wrong hire can negatively affect the entire department and the product long into the future, so getting the right people for the job is critical. Rebecca Kalogeris, VP of marketing for Pragmatic Institute, interviews Pragmatic Instructor, Paul Young, about Product Manager X-Factors—or the skills that make a product manager excel. He explains th…
 
In this episode, Paul Lomax gives us an example of the dangers in taking instructions and information at face value, and encourages us to communicate well and frequently to keep everyone on the same page. This interview is also available as a video at http://bit.ly/ScaryScars This is one of Pragmatic PMO's interview series "Scary Scars Shared". In …
 
In this episode, Nick Hopkins tells us about the difficulties of running projects in organisations that believe their people are empowered, but in reality decisions are funnelled trough a small group of people. He also tells us about running projects the deliver changes the stakeholders don't want, and how to work around resistant stakeholders. Thi…
 
What a wonderful time to be product marketing, and Pragmatic instructor, Rich Nutinsky, explains why in this episode hosted by Rebecca Kalogeris, VP of marketing for Pragmatic Institute. They discuss how the world of product management has evolved because of new technology and refined approaches to customer research. Rich also shares his own experi…
 
In this episode, Kim Fitzpatrick recommends us to clearly articulate the purpose of our projects, especially when the benefits are not obvious. She also suggests we should understand the skills of the people we work with to get the best from them. This interview is also available as a video at http://bit.ly/ScaryScars This is one of Pragmatic PMO's…
 
In this episode, Adam Al-Shemmeri talks about how incremental delivery can increase flexibility - even in construction! He also talks about running projects when the sponsor's freedom to make decisions is limited - and how he worked around it. This interview is also available as a video at http://bit.ly/ScaryScars This is one of Pragmatic PMO's int…
 
In this episode, Mark Ferguson talks to us about the importance of understanding the business case for your project and understanding how it fits into the organisational governance context. He also warns us against underestimating the importance of stakeholder engagement, and taking what you are told at face value. This interview is also available …
 
In this episode, Nicole Reilly warns us what can happen if you make the wrong assumptions and don't use operational subject matter experts. She also tells us about how good and consistent communication to stakeholders helps to manage their expectations and increase adoption. This interview is also available as a video at http://bit.ly/ScaryScars Th…
 
In this interview, Martin Dowsett tells us how he uses checklists to make sure small but important things don't get forgotten. He also tells us how he brought a project that was over budget back on track, and how he created and used a set of guiding principles to keep it there. This interview is also available as a video at http://bit.ly/ScaryScars…
 
Rebecca Kalogeris, VP of marketing for Pragmatic Institute, interviews Dr. Nancy Li, director of product, mentor and YouTuber. In this episode, Nancy gives all the details on her powerful story and some amazing tips on climbing to the top of the product industry, from worker-bee to director and beyond. Dr. Nancy has mentored more than 100 professio…
 
Tammy and Tim have a chat with Ken Kousen, author of Help Your Boss Help You, about his journey to becoming a Pragmatic author. * Recorded 14-July-2021 Show Links Ken Kousen on Twitter Help Your Boss Help You Tim and Tammy are back with another episode of the Pragmatic Hero's Journey podcast. This month, our hosts chat with Ken Kousen, author of He…
 
In this interview, Jack Saward tells us what happens when we take passed-on information at face value, and recommends that instead we go direct to the information source wherever possible. This interview is also available as a video at http://bit.ly/ScaryScars This is one of Pragmatic PMO's interview series "Scary Scars Shared". In these interviews…
 
In this episode, Real Project Manager Shreekant Patel tells us about how he creates and uses templates for repeatable tasks, and gets to know his stakeholders. He also tells us about his challenges with IT application testing, and how investing intelligently in infrastructure and test data can help. This interview is also available as a video at ht…
 
In this episode, Ken Burrell of Pragmatic PMO introduces the Successes and Scars Shared interview series. In these interviews, Ken asks Real Project Managers to share in around ten minutes what they learned from their most successful and their challenging project management experiences. If you’re new here, you might want to consider subscribing to …
 
"Demand generation at its base definition is simply generating demand for a product or service, and then converting that demand into a lead." - Charlotte Bohnett Rebecca Kalogeris, VP of marketing for Pragmatic Institute, interviews Charlotte Bohnett, the senior director of demand generation at WebPT. In this episode, she talks not only about what …
 
In this episode, Bekka Prideaux talks about how she handled a stakeholder who didn't do what he said he would. She reminds us to make effective use of the people and the tools available to us to deliver the project. This interview is also available as a video at http://bit.ly/ScaryScars This is one of Pragmatic PMO's interview series "Scary Scars S…
 
In this interview, Susie Palmer-Trew relates the consequences of making assumptions, and reminds us to encourage people to challenge and test the assumptions we make - especially the small ones. This interview is also available as a video This is one of Pragmatic PMO's interview series "Scary Scars Shared", in which Ken Burrell talks to Real Projec…
 
In this interview, Juliet Doswell reminds us to manage our stakeholders' expectations (estimates are subject to change), and reminds us that the advice of experts is ultimately one person's opinion. This interview is also available as a video at http://bit.ly/ScaryScars This is one of Pragmatic PMO's interview series "Scary Scars Shared". In these …
 
This episode was captured during our recent Product Chat series. We were recently joined by Kimberly Hicks, former vice president of product, games and interactive for The Walt Disney Company. She shared her approach to improving user experience and developing an effective digital strategy.Autor: Pragmatic Institute
 
Rebecca Kalogeris, VP of marketing for Pragmatic Institute, interviews Leidy Klotz, author of Subtract: The Untapped Science of Less. He encourages people to fight their instinct to add to projects, products and to-do lists as a way to display competence. Instead, Leidy teaches listeners how to add value to life and work through subtraction. The mu…
 
In this interview, Jill Plunga warns against the perils of forgetting what the role of the project manager truly is, and reminds how important it is to make full use of subject matter experts. This interview is also available as a video at http://bit.ly/ScaryScars This is one of Pragmatic PMO's interview series "Successes and Scars Shared", in whic…
 
Lockdowns due to the pandemic of 2020-2021 has shifted a lot of peoples computing needs with working from home on their computer now a real driver for many people. We look at how it's impacted John and take a walk down history lane of Vic and John's various Macs for the past few decades and how it led to a controversial purchase. With Vic Hudson an…
 
Tammy and Tim have a chat with Herbert Wolverson, author of Hands-on Rust, about his journey to becoming a Pragmatic author. * Recorded 16-June-2021 Show Links Herbert Wolverson on Twitter Hands-on Rust Tim and Tammy are back with another episode of the Pragmatic Hero's Journey podcast. This month, our hosts chat with Herbert Wolverson, author of H…
 
Rebecca Kalogeris, VP of marketing for Pragmatic Institute, and Diana Richardson, technical product manager at Core Logic, explore the challenges that immerge with team and culture during an acquisition. Diana experienced acquisitions during her career and she shares how to navigate the uncertainty during the early stages of acquisition and how to …
 
In this interview, Elsie Rogers tells us how a simple communication oversight nearly turned into a cost overrun, and reminds us of the importance of informal corridor conversations. This interview is also available as a video at http://bit.ly/ScaryScars Sharing short, sharp, project lessons interviews like this is just one of the pragmatic pointers…
 
In this interview, Martin Robbie describes what it is like to manage a real emergency situation, and what he learned from doing it. He reminds us to prioritise and balance the needs of disparate stakeholders, and to use the right amount of communication to keep people informed but on task. This interview is also available as a video at http://bit.l…
 
In this episode, Evelyn Webber (https://www.linkedin.com/in/evelyn-webber-5963ba12/) talks about how she handled an office move that went wrong. She reminds us of the importance of contingency planning, developing and maintaining a network of contacts, and having the tenacity to find and deliver a solution. This interview is also available as a vid…
 
During the upcoming holiday, allow us to be your guide for some excellent product listening. We look back at one of our most popular episodes featuring David Meerman Scott. What does neuroscience and selfies have in common? They help create "fandom". Join us for this episode of our Pragmatic Live Podcast to address just this, and what it means to b…
 
Rebecca Kalogeris, VP of marketing for Pragmatic Institute, and Diane Pierson, an instructor at Pragmatic Institute, talk about how the product industry has evolved during the last 15 months as the world drastically changed during the pandemic. They discuss what changes they predict are permanent and what might be a temporary shift to manage a uniq…
 
In this episode, the PragMedics talk with Dr Timothy Durkin and discuss Heat Stroke, the signs, symptoms, myths, and of course treatment modalities. The boys and Dr. Durkin look to find practical ways for street level providers to identify and treat heat stroke. Dr Durkin provides the listeners with useful tips and thoughts regarding management of …
 
"If your salespeople are asking for discounts that are too big or too often, then your product team hasn't given sales the tools, knowledge and confidence they need to win deals at the right price." - Mark Stiving. Rebecca Kalogeris, VP of marketing for Pragmatic Institute, talks with Mark Stiving, founder of Impact Pricing, about the importance of…
 
In this episode, Jennifer Romanowski, senior product manager at FordDirect, explains how training with Pragmatic Institute revolutionized her approach to product management. The host Rebecca Kalogeris, VP of marketing for Pragmatic Institute, talks with Jennifer about how she introduced Pragmatic training to FordDirect and the big changes it influe…
 
Tim has a chat with Karl Stolley about his journey to becoming a Pragmatic author. * Recorded 19-May-2021 On the latest episode of the Pragmatic Hero’s Journey podcast, Tim chats with Karl Stolley, associate professor of information technology and management at Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago. --- Karl Stolley has been teaching, researc…
 
There are always more ideas than time. In this episode, Rebecca Kalogeris, VP of marketing for Pragmatic Institute, interviews Pragmatic Instructor, Amy Graham, about how to evaluate potential opportunities to determine what is worth a "yes" and what deserves a "no." The system gives every person (regardless of job title) an opportunity to feel hea…
 
In this episode, Jason and Scooby (Aaron was on shift doing real work) sit down with Ryan Kerr to discuss his free online ventilator book, reasons for writing and publishing a free book, and other ventilator thoughts. Ryan is a current medic/nurse who flies for AirMethods in the Southwest. This is one of our favorite episodes and it is a great conv…
 
Rebecca Kalogeris, VP of marketing for Pragmatic Institute, Paul Young, an instructor at Pragmatic Institute, have a fun and light conversation about the products that have had a positive impact on their life. They dive into side discussions about how products can solve important and relevant problems but create new problems in the process. They al…
 
Steve Goodyear, the founder of Realizer Services, is the first person to earn a PMC VIII certification. Rebecca Kalogeris, VP of marketing for Pragmatic Institute, and Steve discuss the variety of courses offered through Pragmatic Institute, and how each plays a role in elevating the work he does at his company. He talks about how the courses helpe…
 
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