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The Software Process and Measurement Cast 614 features our interview with Jennifer Bonine.  Jennifer and I talked AI, the impact of AI on the future of work, and how to re-skill for the next industrial revolution. This is not science fiction, and the future is not as far away as you might think.  

Bio

Jennifer Bonine is the CEO of AI Appstore, Inc., and was the first female Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) platform tech CEO. AI Appstore specializes in custom subscription technology bundles, leveraging an intelligent platform using a personalized ‘virtual research assistant’ to enhance corporate growth. The company exceeds expectations of integration, testing, delivery, and management with a groundbreaking business model that is fully engaged in the sustainable development goals (“SDGs”) cultivated by the United Nations. Respected as a gifted speaker, entrepreneur, and philanthropist, Jennifer Bonine addresses the AI industry nationally and internationally, most recently at the World Economic Forum in Davos and for CNNMoney Switzerland. She has held executive-level positions leading teams for Oracle and Target and is a founding board member of the United States bid for a Minnesota World Expo 2027. Jennifer is a 2020 Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal Women in Business honoree, a founding sponsor and member of IVOW AI’s Women in History Data Ideation Challenge, and an executive board member of Chad Greenway’s Lead the Way foundation. She is a member of Million Dollar Women, member and mentor for TeamWomen, and a council member of DreamTank, an organization designed to champion young entrepreneurs. Recently named one of the Top 30 Leaders to Watch in 2020 by Silicon Review, Jennifer Bonine was featured at the UN’s AI for Good summit. Jennifer is also developing a series of books to educate children about the power of AI and machine learning.

Twitter: Jennifer_Bonine

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jenn-bonine-76552b2/

Website: https://www.aiappstore.com/

Re-Read Saturday News 

Today, we re-read Chapter 13, titled Portfolio Prioritization and Selection in PEST Environments. Doing the right work is more than just linear prioritization, you need to remember the constraint.

Have you bought your copy of  Steve Tendon and Daniel Doiron’s  Tame your Work Flow?  Use the link to support the authors and blog!  

Week 1: Logistics and Front Matterhttps://bit.ly/2LWJ3EY

Week 2: Prologue (The Story of Herbie) – https://bit.ly/3h4zmTi

Week 3: Explicit Mental Modelshttps://bit.ly/2UJUZyN 

Week 4: Flow Efficiency, Little’s Law and Economic Impacthttps://bit.ly/2VrIhoL 

Week 5: Flawed Mental Modelshttps://bit.ly/3eqj70m  

Week 6: Where To Focus Improvement Effortshttps://bit.ly/2DTvOUN 

Week 7: Introduction to Throughput Accounting and Culturehttps://bit.ly/2DbhfLT 

Week 8: Accounting F(r)iction and  Show Me the Moneyhttps://bit.ly/2XmDuWu 

Week 9: Constraints in the Work Flow and in the Work Processhttps://bit.ly/33Uukoz 

Week 10: Understanding PEST Environments and Finding the Constraint in PEST Environmentshttps://bit.ly/3ga3ew9 

Week 11: Drum-Buffer-Rope Schedulinghttps://bit.ly/32l0Z3Q 

Week 12: Portfolio Prioritization and Selection in PEST Environmentshttps://bit.ly/31Ea4WC 

 

Next SPaMCAST

The Software Process and Measurement Cast 615 will feature the return of Jeff Dalton to talk about the new security model, the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC). Jeff has some strong words for those that don’t think that the barbarians are at our gates.