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The Everyday PM: Project Management Principles for Your Everyday Life

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The Everyday PM podcast is a conversation amongst project management industry professionals and enthusiasts with varying experiences and perspectives on project management principles for your everyday life. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theeverydaypm/support
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Great Meetings Build Great Teams

Are you a project leader or an agilist looking to improve your team's meetings? Look no further than the book "Great Meetings Build Great Teams: A Guide for Project Leaders and Agilists." This resource is packed with practical tips and insights on how to run effective meetings that drive collaboration and results. Whether you're new to leading teams or a seasoned pro, you'll find valuable strategies to help you build stronger, more productive teams. In the book, you'll learn about the key elements of successful meetings, including setting clear objectives, creating an inclusive environment, and fostering open communication. The podcast episode features interviews with experts in the field, who share their own experiences and advice on how to make the most of your team's meetings. So why wait? Check out "Great Meetings Build Great Teams" today and start improving your team's meetings for better results and happier team members. Happy reading (and listening)! Enjoyed this conversation? Definitely reach out to Jim and Rich to chat more about their professional experiences and publications. Leave your thoughts in the comments section below! --- Follow Our Hosts on LinkedIn: Ann Campea, MSPM, MPH, PMP, CSM Host and Founder of The Everyday PM An authentic leader who is well-versed in the launching of product and physical retail spaces, data system implementation and upgrades, onboarding of new employees, training, championing new process improvement initiatives, and building a solid project management community. Jim Stewart, PMP, IC-Agile Coach Principal of JP Stewart Consulting LLC Jim is a certified PMP® and possesses multiple Agile certifications including IC-Agile coach and Certified Scrum Product Owner. Jim is a long-time member of the Project Management Institute (PMI®) and served for several years on the board of the local chapter. He has, for many years, taught and developed courseware for PMP® classes and co-developed an Agile 101 online course. Rich Maltzman, PMP Master Lecturer at Boston University, Co-Founder and Principal of EarthPM, LLC As a Master Lecturer at Boston University, Rich develops and delivers courses for graduate students that help them achieve positive change in their careers and in the world. He has over 40 years of industry experience 30 of which is in Project Leadership, including the global PMO of Nokia, with a PMP certification and a passion for sustainability integration. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theeverydaypm/support
8/15/202340 minutes, 13 seconds
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Project Management Office's Influence on Strategic Initiatives

Are you tired of your strategic initiatives falling flat? Do you feel like you're constantly spinning your wheels without making any real progress? Well, fear not my friends, because the Project Management Office (PMO) is here to save the day! The PMO is like the superhero of project management. They swoop in, assess the situation, and create a plan of action that will ensure success. With their help, your strategic initiatives will be executed flawlessly, on time, and within budget. In this episode of The Everyday PM, we shine the spotlight on Giuliano Caracciolo, PMO Director and founder of Relentless Velocity publication: How does your position as head of PMO influence strategic initiatives? How does this then translate to the education initiatives you are launching? What is the tie-in to project management?  Who is Giuliano Caracciolo? Giuliano Caracciolo is a project management executive and entrepreneur with 15 years of experience across ecommerce, fintech, travel, and loyalty industries. He leads a global PMO for a company that powers the world's largest loyalty programs, ensuring strategic priorities are delivered on time and to the highest quality standards. He also founded Relentless Velocity, a Substack publication that offers insights into business transformation through a project management lens at relentlessvelocity.substack.com. Enjoyed this conversation? Definitely reach out to Giuliano to chat more about his professional experiences. Leave your thoughts in the comments section below!    Follow Our Hosts on LinkedIn:  Ann Campea, MSPM, MPH, PMP | Host and Founder of The Everyday PM  Giuliano Caracciolo | PMO Director and founder of Relentless Velocity publication --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theeverydaypm/support
7/30/202324 minutes, 47 seconds
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Communicating Confidently with Senior Stakeholders

Are you nervous about communicating with senior stakeholders? Don't worry, it's a common feeling. However, it's important to communicate confidently and effectively with them to ensure your ideas are heard and valued. Laura shares some tips to help you communicate confidently with senior stakeholders in the latest episode of The Everyday PM. Give it a listen! Who is Laura Chattington? Founder of Talking Shop, Laura has nearly 20 years’ experience of directing multi-million-pound global communications accounts, managing multi-disciplined teams and communicating up to c-suite level executives. A member of Toastmasters International, the world’s largest public speaking organisation, Laura has delivered speeches to audiences for the last 15 years and regularly competes in competitions. Specialising in presenting and influence, Laura is a master of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) and certified coach, having trained with one of the two co-founders, John Grinder. Enjoyed this conversation? Definitely reach out to Laura to chat more! Leave your thoughts in the comments section below! Follow Our Hosts on LinkedIn:Ann Campea, MSPM, MPH, PMP | Host and Founder of The Everyday PMLaura Chattington | Founder of Talking Shop --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theeverydaypm/support
7/22/202344 minutes, 1 second
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Measuring Customer Experience to Drive Innovation

Donna Gregorio is a corporate IT project management veteran, published author, college grad school instructor, and well-respected conference speaker. She helps organizations disrupt “change as usual” through a practical and repeatable framework, transforming their culture from surviving change to growing through change. Outside of her current role, Donna took a chance on herself by writing and publishing her own book, The Successful Project Manager: Practical Guidance from Lessons Learned, during the pandemic. In this episode, Donna and I discuss how to measure customer experience to drive innovation. Why is it important for us to measure customer experience? What tools do you recommend when measuring customer experience? How does customer experience drive innovation? Enjoyed this conversation? Definitely reach out to Donna to chat more about her professional experiences. Leave your thoughts in the comments section below! --- Follow Our Hosts on LinkedIn: Ann Campea, MSPM, MPH, PMP, CSM Vice President of Operations, TrueSense Marketing Program/Project management professional with over a decade of experience in product development, physical retail launches, health care, tech, and marketing industries. Donna Gregorio Author, IT Department Head, Professor, Project Manager, and Business Analyst A veteran of corporate IT project management, published author, college grad school instructor, and well-respected conference speaker. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theeverydaypm/support
5/15/202336 minutes, 25 seconds
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Leave a Legacy by Writing Your Book

Donna Gregorio is a corporate IT project management veteran, published author, college grad school instructor, and well-respected conference speaker. Donna’s own journey to excellence has been fueled by a passion for empowering students and experts. Today she manages the PM/BA department in IT and guides her teams through a high-stress, constant change, and fast-paced environment that is now commonplace. Donna shows each audience how to reconnect with tools in addressing challenges, and what matters most, so they can achieve positive results. Having presented in front of classrooms of 20-50 and conference presentations of 50-100+, Donna demonstrates style, grace, and comfort, and is able to explain complex technical issues in an exciting way. She helps organizations disrupt “change as usual” through a practical and repeatable framework, transforming their culture from surviving change to growing through change. Outside of her current role, Donna took a chance on herself by writing and publishing her own book, The Successful Project Manager: Practical Guidance from Lessons Learned, during the pandemic. In this episode, she takes us through the process of writing and publishing her book and why this was her way of leaving her legacy in the project management industry. Enjoyed this conversation? Definitely reach out to Donna to chat more about her professional experiences. Leave your thoughts in the comments section below! --- Follow Our Hosts on LinkedIn: Ann Campea, MSPM, MPH, PMP, CSM | Vice President of Operations, TrueSense Marketing Program/Project management professional with over a decade of experience in product development, physical retail launches, health care, tech, and marketing industries. Donna Gregorio | Author, IT Department Head, Professor, Project Manager, and Business Analyst A veteran of corporate IT project management, published author, college grad school instructor, and well-respected conference speaker. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theeverydaypm/support
4/10/202337 minutes, 17 seconds
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Embracing Equity in Project Management

Michelle Ngome⁠ is an award-winning inclusive marketing consultant. As the founder of Line 25 Consulting⁠, she trains and consults with organizations on how to develop inclusive marketing strategies. In 2019, she founded the African-American Marketing Association, creating a nonprofit platform that empowers Black marketers. Michelle is the creator of the Be Inclusive: a DEI Card Game to help facilitate conversation on diversity and company culture. We cover the following topics: - What led you to this idea of creating a card game on DEI? - Why is the topic of DEI tough and sensitive for organizations to discuss? - In what ways does Be Inclusive help teams gain better insight into company culture and DEI? - How does this facilitate a better and more inclusive company culture? Enjoyed this conversation? Want to learn more about Michelle and Be Inclusive: A DEI Card Game? Definitely reach out to Michelle to chat more! Leave your thoughts in the comments section below! Follow Our Hosts on LinkedIn: Ann Campea: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anncampea/ Michelle Ngome: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mngome/ Ready to raise your game? Get in touch with Michelle today. Contact: Personal Website: Michelle Ngome Company Website: Line 25 Consulting Be Inclusive: BeInclusiveTheCardGame.com LinkedIn: Michelle Ngome --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theeverydaypm/support
3/29/202335 minutes, 5 seconds
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Digital Product Innovation and Project Management

David Rose, MIT lecturer, inventor, and five-time entrepreneur, draws on culture, design, travel, and music to envision future products and businesses sparked by the next generation of technology. His last book, Enchanted Objects, is the definitive book on designing the Internet of Things. David wrote the seminal patent on photo sharing, founded an AI company focused on computer vision, and was VP of Vision Technology at Warby Parker. He is known for translating complex technologies into delightfully intuitive new products and consulting with businesses on thriving during digital disruption.    We cover the following topics:  What is digital product innovation?  Which of David's many inventions is his favorite? Why?  How does the 'Conversational Balance Table' for Salesforce work? Did it truly increase team communication and collaboration?    Enjoyed this conversation? Want to learn more about David and his vision for innovation? Definitely reach out to David to chat more! Leave your thoughts in the comments section below!   Resources:  https://www.supersight.world/david-rose  https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidloringrose/  https://www.linkedin.com/in/anncampea/  https://www.theeverydaypm.com --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theeverydaypm/support
3/7/202334 minutes, 47 seconds
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3 Stress Busters to Help You Perform Without Losing Your Mind

If you’re dealing with overwhelm and pressure on a constant basis, your ability to take action reduces exponentially and the stress consistently erodes your confidence, with long-term effects. Stress release comes from efficiently creating powerful habits. Laura walks us through the three most powerful habits that bust stress the fastest.    We cover the following:  How can project managers learn to use these power habits to destress?  How can project managers influence their teams to use these 3 stress busters?  Have you seen a positive impact on productivity due to using these habits?   Laura Chattington, Founder of Talking Shop  Laura has nearly 20 years’ experience of directing multi-million-pound global communications accounts and communicating up to c-suite level executives. Specialising in presenting and influence, Laura is a master of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and certified coach, having trained with one of the two co-founders, John Grinder.   Enjoyed this conversation? Definitely reach out to Laura to chat more! Leave your thoughts in the comments section below!   Useful Links:  [email protected]  www.ActivateMyCareerLive.com  www.InfluenceUpwards.com   Follow Our Hosts on LinkedIn:  Ann Campea, MSPM, MPH, PMP | Host and Founder of The Everyday PM  Laura Chattington | Founder of Talking Shop --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theeverydaypm/support
2/13/202335 minutes, 44 seconds
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5 Secrets for Connecting & Influencing Others

Being able to connect, present and influence others will help your listeners achieve their desired results in their professional and personal life. Building rapport and trust enables them to create valuable connections. Laura gives us 5 secrets that short-cut the path to connect, create rapport and influence others to take action.    We cover the following:  How does building rapport help a project manager be successful in their role?  How does one maintain valuable connections in a remote environment?  How does a project manager learn how to influence?   Laura Chattington, Founder of Talking Shop  Laura has nearly 20 years’ experience of directing multi-million-pound global communications accounts and communicating up to c-suite level executives. Specialising in presenting and influence, Laura is a master of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and certified coach, having trained with one of the two co-founders, John Grinder.   Enjoyed this conversation? Definitely reach out to Laura to chat more! Leave your thoughts in the comments section below!   Useful Links:  [email protected]  www.ActivateMyCareerLive.com  www.InfluenceUpwards.com   Follow Our Hosts on LinkedIn:  Ann Campea, MSPM, MPH, PMP | Host and Founder of The Everyday PM  Laura Chattington  | Founder of Talking Shop --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theeverydaypm/support
1/30/202330 minutes, 36 seconds
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Operations Management Software: Shaping the Future of Work

Tommy has been in the restaurant industry for nearly his entire adult life. He has a BSBA from the University of Denver’s Hotel Restaurant school in addition to an MBA.  This former stand-up comic turned SaaS founder, has extensive experience helping businesses become more efficient and profitable through the process, accountability, and data.  He’s currently the Managing Director of OpsAnalitica, an Operations Analytics platform that focuses on managing and measuring daily team activities for large multi-unit businesses.  Tommy believes that the next big technological disruptor event for many companies will be implementing Operations Management software to shape the future of work and beat our competitors through better, more consistent daily operations.   We cover the following topics:  The principles of Product Management  How to stay at the forefront of product management innovation  What is OpsAnalitica (Operations Management software)? How has it helped individual employees increase their effectiveness and consistency in daily operations?   Enjoyed this conversation? Want to learn more about Tommy, product management, and operations management software like OpsAnalitica? Definitely reach out to Tommy to chat more! Leave your thoughts in the comments section below!    __ Follow Our Hosts on LinkedIn:   Ann Campea, MSPM, MPH, PMP | Host and Founder of The Everyday PM   Tommy Yionoulis | Founder of OpsAnalitica --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theeverydaypm/support
1/15/202334 minutes, 45 seconds