Recognizing and Sharing Solutions with Hampton Catlin on Hack the Process Podcast, Episode 11

In all likelihood you have visited a website built using techniques pioneered by my guest this week, Hampton Catlin. Among his other accomplishments, Hampton created the mobile site for Wikipedia, and invented web development languages such as Haml and Sass that revolutionized the way the modern web is built. Hampton credits his outsider perspective, growing… Continue reading Recognizing and Sharing Solutions with Hampton Catlin on Hack the Process Podcast, Episode 11

Learning from Tea with Strangers with Ankit Shah on Hack the Process Podcast, Episode 10

You might not see the concept of spending an hour or so chatting with strangers over tea as a business opportunity, but maybe you will after you listen to Ankit Shah, Founder & CEO of Tea With Strangers, tell us how he discovered and recognized the real need for his unusual organization by accident. Ankit… Continue reading Learning from Tea with Strangers with Ankit Shah on Hack the Process Podcast, Episode 10

Agile Management for the Unmanageable with Ron Lichty on Hack the Process Podcast, Episode 9

In this episode we chat with Ron Lichty, who discovered his passion for technology early on, when he realized that programming in assembly language was easier for him than writing in English. And he knows the difference, because he’s also worked as a journalist and published several books with co-authors. His most recent book, Managing… Continue reading Agile Management for the Unmanageable with Ron Lichty on Hack the Process Podcast, Episode 9

Mindfully Taming Your Puppy Mind with Andrew Nance on Hack the Process Podcast, Episode 8

Andrew Nance is a Mindful Practitioner who enjoys bringing the gift of using the breath to focus the mind and body to classrooms of students as young as four and five years old. And if you giggled just now trying to imagine a group of kindergarteners practicing mindfulness, you need to hear Andrew describe his… Continue reading Mindfully Taming Your Puppy Mind with Andrew Nance on Hack the Process Podcast, Episode 8

From Student to Serial Entrepreneur with Alex De Simone on Hack the Process Podcast, Episode 7

Alex De Simone is a serial entrepreneur who helped found the popular job search site Jobr,¬†which is optimized to support both candidates and recruiters. He’s currently launching his second company, CallerZen, based on insights about how millennials expect customer support to work. And he’s still just in his second year of an MBA program at… Continue reading From Student to Serial Entrepreneur with Alex De Simone on Hack the Process Podcast, Episode 7