Welcome to the Process Hacker News, your weekly roundup of useful news and updates from Process Hackers who have been guests on Hack the Process with M. David Green. This week we’ve got exciting storytellers, messy transitions, self-sabotage, and more.
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You’ll hear about innovation, tech, startups, and the latest from the leading business experts and tech companies at Corporate Innovation Summit 2019 from March 28 to 29 in Bangkok, Thailand, where Kimberly Wiefling will also take part as a speaker.
The Organization Design Forum will bring Technology in Service of People to Kirkland, Washington from April 16 to 18 to discuss technology, work, and organizational design. Expect Ron Carucci in the speaker line-up.
Corporate life isn’t for everyone, and even Byron Morrison remembers how his corporate job nearly destroyed him. Hear how he realized he felt trapped in an endless cycle of self-sabotage, and how he escaped.
On the fourth episode of Sarah Cooper’s Unprofessional Podcast, she has a chat with Comedian Matt Richards about his past careers as a florist, a magician, and a ballet dancer, and how it all led up to comedy. And if you enjoy Sarah’s show, then check her out live at Comedy Versus Nerds at Pianofight in San Francisco on February 21.
Register for EntreLeadership on February 19 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, to develop your leadership and grow your organization. Dave Ramsey, mentioned by Engel Jones, is one of the folks leading this one-day leadership event.
Learn to create a constant feedback cycle between product ideas and customers with the Continuous Discovery Habits workshop from April 18 to 19 in San Francisco, led by Teresa Torres, who was referenced by Rich Mironov.
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