People, Process, Progress

People, Process, Progress

‘People, Process, Progress’ is a podcast that will boost your team’s effectiveness from the wisdom of great guests and the shared experiences of Kevin Pannell, PMP. These short inspirational talks and deep dives will have you thinking throughout your day.

Episodes

August 1, 2021 27 min
From Commander's Intent in the U.S. Military to Leader's Intent applied by the National Wildfire Coordinating Group and Lean teams, this first of the 'Foundational Five' is the key to setting teams in the right direction to accomplish the mission.
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Just as Superman faces his enemies when they have his weakness kryptonite as a weapon, we as normal people can face our own weaknesses every day.
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Sharing 5 lessons learned from a family trip to Mt. Rogers, Virginia that can be applied to the professional world.
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The benefits of getting into nature and disconnecting from work and technology for a bit are many. In this week’s episode I share my feedback on my opportunity to have done just that.
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Our children, our fire engine crews and our project teams are filled with people that have various strengths. As leaders we have opportunity to leverage the best in each of these people and build cohesion amongst them.
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Inspired by the movie “Glory”. Sometimes as parents and as project managers we need to let our people face a little bit of adversity so they can come out better on the other side.
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We can follow a process and plan all day long, but we cannot control all the variables. So let's embrace the "Butterfly Effect" and lessen the impact of potential disaster in the later stages of a project.
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Whether you are briefing a team to go into the field or a project team that’s deploying new software, let them know up front the reality of the situations they may face.
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Using the 'Foundational Five' structure to share intent, objectives, organization, resources and communications to help brand new Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) intro students through BJJ White Belts on the cusp of earning their Blue Belt to survive.
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Contingency planning is important for projects, special events and even in our personal lives. The (P)rimary (A)lternate (C)ontingency (E)mergency is a great methodology to follow.
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As leaders we should always be aware of the emotional health of our team. This will always be more important than data points and tasks.
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Inspired from a recent Jiu Jitsu session as I helped some brand new folks learn about frames and shrimping, but also thinking about how we can help our teammates on projects and public safety responses
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Sharing inspiration from the Netflix show 'High on the Hog: How African American Cuisine Transformed America' and how we as Project Managers need to keep our plans and planning dynamic just as African Americans did with their foods in the 1800s-1900s.
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Sharing the devastating loss of life of American Servicemen and Servicewomen and some advancements that came from the terribleness of war. Pause and remember them on May 31, 2021 at 1500. Godspeed all.
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Sharing a sentiment from Simon Sinek's 'Leader's Eat Last' about the importance of giving our attention and being present, not locked into the world of our smartphones.
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With some inspiration from The Cranberries I share my $.02 on our ability to look at how we can create salvation for our spiritual, physical and mental selves.
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Have you ever wondered how best to apply a choke while "Man Eater" by Hall and Oates is playing in the background? Then this episode and the book 'The Wit and Wisdom of the Little Gym that Could' is for you!
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Sharing considerations for leaders and teams who are making changes to systems and processes in their organizations
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Sharing quick tips on leveraging existing time reserved with our teams and how to help relieve the pressure for our folks who have been "on" so much over the past year.
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Compromise has benefited me in both my personal and professional life and I think it's an attribute we should all consider as we make our way through life.
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