Mindful Intervention, Inner Justice, Superheroes, and More in Process Hacker News

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 mindful intervention, inner justice, superheroes, and more.

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Rich Mironov is sharing his product knowledge and experience at two events this April: the Business of Software in Cambridge, UK from April 11 to 12, and the Organizational Challenge of Enterprise Roadmapping in Dublin, Ireland from April 15 to 17. You can also hear Rich on The Product Science Podcast, explaining product leadership.

Join Ann Mei Chang at Salon Series on April 17 in Washington, DC to hear her discuss her book, Lean Impact.

AgileCamp is heading to Chicago on May 6 with a line-up of speakers from a wide range of businesses and fields sharing the latest learnings about agile development practices. Ron Lichty will be among the presenters this year.

Join Cascade SF, which was founded by Andi Galpern, for an evening of UX design mentoring and networking awaits at Mentor Night on April 8 in San Francisco.


On the Groundless Ground Podcast with Lisa Dale Miller, psychiatrist and Buddhist meditation practitioner Judson Brewer discusses mastering the addictive mind and the application of mindfulness interventions to addiction.

Learn about the inner work of racial justice and how Rhonda Magee teaches mindfulness to law students when Rhonda guests on the The Courageous Life Podcast.

Author of The Alter Ego Effect, Todd Herman, goes on the latest episode of The Inner Changemaker podcast, hosted by Jay Wong, to teach us how we can tap into our best selves as an entrepreneur, a parent, and a person by becoming a superhero and creating an alter ego .

Ron Carucci sat down for an interview on the Breaking Barriers Podcast to discuss managing organizational change and the factors that guide it.


Do you know why McDonald’s recently acquired a $300 million-dollar tech startup outside the food business? Julian Hayes II explains how entrepreneurs can learn from the two key principles behind McDonald’s tech acquisition in his latest Inc article.

Contrary to the common belief that running a business typically causes stress, Frank Strona proposes that starting a business can improve your quality of life and provides three reasons why in his latest blog post.

Recommended Resources

Whether you’re a small startup or a huge corporation, you can learn to go beyond the borders of business growth at the GrowthHackers Conference on May 7 in San Francisco. Sean Ellis, mentioned by Vinay Patankar, is the founder of GrowthHackers and also one of the speakers at the one-day event.

Fake it ‘til you make it? Not according to Real Estate Queen and Shark Tank Shark Barbara Corcoran, who trusts in people’s passion and drive rather than their ideas. She has a fun chat about success in business and life with Lewis Howes, host of The School of Greatness Podcast, a show which both Malek Banoun and Paula Jenkins listen to.

Thanks for checking out this Process Hacker News update from Hack the Process. If you liked what you saw, please leave a comment to let us know what processes you’re hacking.

Published by M. David Green

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

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