Alex Bould, The Influence Ecology Podcast, Transactional Competence, Transactionalism

Built for Speed with Alex Bould

Alex Bould works with large tech corporations to shorten their time to market. Working in the San Francisco Bay area, he leads enterprise-scale Agile transformations to help solve billion-dollar problems. In this interview, he talks about how what differentiates market leaders from market followers - and how this is changing. For the longest time, the pursuit of efficiency and productivity has dominated the landscape - higher efficiency and productivity leads to lower costs and lower risks for greater scale. As the marginal return for increased productivity diminishes - the landscape is now shifting - it's shifting to one where the…

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UVA Podcast, The Influence Ecology Podcast, Transactional Competence, Transactionalism

R.E.S.P.E.C.T. with Dawn Spiller, Jenn Oliver, Carolyn Saint, Ellen Beverly, and Olga Kipnis at the University of Virginia

At the University of Virginia, I interviewed a group of women about the impact of our programs. I spoke with Ellen Beverly, Dawn Spiller, Olga Kipnis, Carolyn Saint, and Jenn Oliver about how the framework of Transactional Competence™ has helped them in their roles within the university. What might, you wonder, is the most surprising outcome? An environment of respect for different roles and personalities. While they each experienced more effectiveness and influence, the ability to understand Personality and Transactional Behavior™ has produced a culture of respect both for the simple day-to-day transactions and for the larger transactions that support…

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A New Decade of Satisfaction, The Influence Ecology Newsletter, Transactional Competence, Transactionalism

2020 A New Decade of Satisfaction

Influence Ecology Co-Founder and CEO John Patterson Influence Ecology Co-Founder and Chairman Kirkland Tibbels 2020. A New Decade of Satisfaction by John Patterson and Kirkland Tibbels The Influence Ecology Newsletter October 2019 Think back to your life ten years ago. How old were you? What were you working to accomplish? What was happening? In 2009 Barack Obama was inaugurated as the 44th President of the United States. Governments around the world pumped trillions of dollars into the financial system, hoping to avert another Great Depression. Michael Jackson died under strange circumstances. The deadliest bushfires in Australian history left 173 people dead and…

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Kim Corbett, The Influence Ecology Podcast, Transactional Competence, Transactionalism

How Resilient Are You? with Kim Corbett

Why do some quit while others bounce back? Chances are you've heard tales of Thomas Edison overcoming failure. Edison (1847-1931) most famously invented the long-lasting, practical electric light bulb and is credited with developing devices for electrical power generation, mass communication, sound recording, and motion pictures. As a master of trial and error, these innovations have had a widespread impact on the modern industrialized world. When asked about the many thousands of failures he had when trying to create the light bulb he famously said, "I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work." Success is not…

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