Getting Scrappy About Your Projects with Kimberly Wiefling on Hack the Process Podcast, Episode 22

You have to be scrappy to make it in business and in life, and nobody teaches scrappiness like Kimberly Wiefling. Hear how she went from studying Physics to working as an executive in high-tech companies to publishing books on project management and leadership for women and running her own successful business speaking and running training seminars internationally. Kimberly will share the formula she uses to structure her live presentations for maximum learning and audience engagement, and explain how important mentoring and coaching have been in her work, and tell us how she built her business one face-to-face relationship at a time.

Where to find Kimberly online




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Resources mentioned in this episode

Games Mother Never Taught You by Betty Lehan Harragan:

Barbara Fittipaldi:

Career Action Center:

Sara Hart:

Time to Think by Nancy Kline:

Jeff Richardson:

Yuko Shibata:

Dr. Francine Gordon:

Silicon Valley Engineering Leadership:

Ron Lichty:


Association for Corporate Growth:

Michael Horton:

Joel Barker:

Harvard Negotiation Project:

Dr. Edgar Schein:

Project Connections:

Mitchell Levy:

Nikkei Business Press:

Peter Meisen:

Buckminster Fuller:

NASA Ames Planetary Sustainability:

Silicon Valley SIMCenter Group:

Sustainable Silicon Valley:

Global Footprint Network:

Marianna Grossman:

Published by M. David Green

The host of Hack the Process, M. David Green is a writer and agile coach.