If you didn’t see it yesterday, there is a new podcast in town. In all reality, there are probably a number of them, but this one is new to me.
The past few months have put an exceptional load on people and businesses as they shift their workforces to working remotely bringing up a number of new struggles and changes which they are having to implement while running their current operations. I’ve likened it to putting the car into reverse when you’re already going 100 km/hr and see how the car likes that.
A colleague (Colin Harding) and I thought about this program and came up with the idea to create a podcast that not only discusses these issues, but talks to people from a variety of disciplines to see how they are doing, what has changed for them and how will they live this life going forward.
Our first interview was with someone I’ve known for a number of years that I’ve always felt has been a leader in the remote space. My first experience with him was hiring him to work remotely and then to manage a team of 10 developers 13 hours away, a few timezones over.