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Firewalking: A Female Perspective on Breaking Barriers
About this webinar
In 2018, 20% of all jobs in technology were held by women (Source: Small Business Trends). Fortune 500 companies with at least 3 women in leading positions saw a 66% increase in ROI (Source: Women Who Tech). In this panel, led by Dr. Dawn Beyer, we will share our unique experiences on how we have bypassed firewalls to enter a male dominated field while opening doors for others to do the same.
Live online Aug 26 8:00 pm Italy - Rome
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Dr. Dawn Beyer, Jacque Blanchard, Tammy McNeley, and Valerie Underwood
Mise en Place means "everything in it's place." Chefs practice this to run their kitchens efficiently. My father managed his tools in the garage this way.
Then why does our digital life seem so disorganized and disoriented?
In this NPR article, instructor Lipuma at the Culinary Institute of America (the other CIA),:
"The world is a giant gerbil wheel right now," Lipuma says. "I think if we just became a little bit more organized, a little bit more mise-en-place, [understand] what we really need and only do what we really need, I think we'll have more time" — time for what's important, he says.
"You'll be able to sit down at the table with your kids and actually cook a meal. Get up a little bit earlier so you could breathe. You want to greet the day."
And that sounds marvelous!
I recently published the first open source version of my Technology Management Playbook. The playbook includes the following information:
The topics range from how to give a speech to decision making, and approaches for estimating, planning, and managing technology initiatives.
The foundation for much of the Playbook was my doctoral study in Technology Management, Communications, Cloud Computing, and Cybersecurity.
If you have any additions, I would love to hear from you! @jeffdaniels
Are you giving a speech or a talk soon?
Dr. Patrick Winston has a wonderful lecture on "How to Speak." It's an hour long and worth your time.
I added my notes below for reference. Enjoy!
HOW TO SPEAK BY PROF WINSTON#How to start a talk? -Don't start with a joke, start with a promise
In "Libraries of the Future" Licklider envisioned a digital library with metadata "tagging" with schemas, access, storage, and retrieval. The year was 1961! https://archive.org/details/librariesoffutur00lick… #NationalBookLoversDay