My guest today is Joshua Kerievsky, the CEO of Industrial Logic, a Modern Agile consultancy. He has also started the Modern Agile community and has been a prominent figure in the agile community since the early days. His background is in software, but through his experience in agile methods, he has worked on a much broader range than just the software.
We walk through some of Joshua’s history and talk a bit about how that came out in the form of Modern Agile community. We’ll finish with a topic of curiosity, which – according to Joshua – is a superpower.
My guest for this episode is Annu Nieminen, the CEO and founder of The Upright Project. We talk about Annu’s work history at McKinsey and Kasvuryhmä and about Annu’s newest project, The Upright Project.
Currently we measure companies using mainly financial indicators and, obviously, that’s just one piece of the pie. The Upright Project is trying to fix that and is working on building ways to measure the impact of companies more holistically. Basically they’re hoping to create a set of metrics for the companies impact on the environment, on knowledge, on society and on the health of its employees.
I met Annu some years ago and I really enjoy having discussions with her since she is sharp as a knife and very passionate about her work. Hope you enjoy this episode too!
For this episode, my guest is Christopher Avery, the man behind The Responsibility Process. The Responsibility Process is a model to help you recognize unproductive mental states and help you take responsibility.
I learned about The Responsibility Process from Christopher roughly 7 years ago and it has stayed with me since. It’s one of my go-to tools personally and I often use it with teams.
We discussed about how one can learn to use The Responsibility Process and how it is useful model for both individuals and teams.
The model has been condensed into a fairly simple poster. You can find it from the link list below.