It is that time of year, part 2! Today we celebrate the ten top interviews from 20013. I learned something from every interview I did this year. They all contain nuggets of pure gold that changed how I worked, and in some cases changed how I lived my life. While all of the interviews were great, today I want to share the top ten downloaded interviews from the 2013 ‘ish. The top ten most downloaded interviews were:
|SPaMCAST 254 – Matt Heusser, Agile Testing, Test Professionalism|
|SPaMCAST 220 – Stephen Parry, Adaptive Thinking, Command and Control|
|SPaMCAST 264 – Alexei Zheglov, Lean and More|
|SPaMCAST 250 – Ben Linders, Success With Agile|
|SPaMCAST 246 – Tobias Mayer, The People’s Scrum|
|SPaMCAST 224 – Mike Burrows, Kanban Values|
|SPaMCAST 236 – Taylor, Rosenhead, James, Strategies for Project Sponsorship|
|SPaMCAST 248 – Pat O’Toole, Project Improvement, Process Improvement|
|SPaMCAST 258 – Steve Tendon, Hyper-productivity|
|SPaMCAST 256 – Kenny Rubin, Scrum, Economic Frameworks for Agile|
Click on the link to listen to any that may have missed or just to treat yourself to another listen.
Any trends? The only trend I see is that SPaMCAST listeners love an eclectic mix of new ideas regardless of framework or methodology. The top ten downloaded interviews in 2013 were a cross section of tips for immediate consumption and also about building base knowledge about how work is and can be done.
I hope your holiday season met your expectations and that you have set your goals for 2014 astronomically high. The one thing I know about my listeners is that they are all overachievers. Let me know how the Software Process and Measurement Cast can help you meet those goals!
Notes: I complied download statistics for podcast released between 1 December 2012 and 30 November 2013. SPaMCAST specials, for example the downloadable copy of the SNAP Counting Manual, were not included.