Co-hosts Justin Arbuckle and Mark Birch welcome guest Sau Sheong Chang to share his thoughts about what it takes to be a high-performance technical leader. Click the link below to listen on your favorite podcast app: … Continue reading Becoming a High-Performance Tech Leader
In order to win, management first needs to accept failure Over the weekend I watched the Ford v Ferrari, a movie about the events surrounding the Ford Motor Company’s battle to … Continue reading Creating the Safety to Fail
Transformation requires changing how teams are structured In 1960, the US was woefully behind the Soviet Union in the space race. The Mercury Redstone Launch Vehicle was NASA’s bid to … Continue reading Failure to Communicate
A better way to introduce massive change into your organization What was your favorite movie of the 2000’s? Mine was Inception with Leonardo Dicaprio as “dream thief” on a mission … Continue reading Inception!
Corporate culture has a lot to do in shaping successful dev teams The year of 1886 was a pivotal moment for the global labor movement. Two years earlier in Chicago, the … Continue reading The Labors of Code
In an era where software is eating the world, CEO’s need to build up their software acumen Napoleon is considered one of the greatest military leaders of history. Over the course … Continue reading Does Your CEO Understand Software Development?
Quick word association game, what do you immediately think of when you hear “dinosaur”? Some snarky readers might say COBOL programmers, but I think of the word extinction. One solitary … Continue reading Does the Chief Digital Officer Matter Anymore?
Between 1530 and 1650, thousands journeyed into the deepest interior of South America. They were desperately seeking the lost city of El Dorado and its untold riches of gold. Ultimately … Continue reading Failure at Scale
One day in 1947, a massive box with the letters “IBM” printed across the side arrived on the doorsteps of the Goldman Sachs office in NYC. Wheeling it inside, no … Continue reading Taking Bold Risks