In Full Flight: Tom Gittemeier on How Flying Airplanes Has Helped Him Grow as a Software Engineering Practice Lead
As Software Engineering Practice Lead with Daugherty Business Solutions, Tom wears many hats. Often he leans on the sage advice he learned from one of his most influential instructors: an airplane pilot.
Putting Out Fires: Dean Reonieri on How His Role as a Director Is like Being a Volunteer Firefighter
You never quite know what you’re going into, whether you’re entering a client project or a fire call. At least this is according to Dean Reonieri, who serves as a Director at Daugherty Business Solutions and also as a volunteer firefighter.
A Marathon, Not a Sprint: How Long Distance Running Has Helped Conrado Morlan Be Agile in Program Management
Conrado Morlan leads the Delivery Leadership Line of Service at our Dallas business unit, and has a list of athletic accomplishments that “run” the gamut — he's participated in one 70.3 Ironman (that’s a 1.2-mile swim, a 56-mile bike ride and a half marathon) that was cancelled due to bad weather while he was starting the run portion, several Olympic triathlons (a 0.93-mile swim, a 24.8-mile bike ride and a 6.2-mile run), 10 marathons and 15 half-marathons.
Let Me Be Clear: Shannon Moore on How Business Analysis Makes Her a Better Writer for Children’s Literature
When Shannon Moore isn’t serving as a business analyst or data steward at Daugherty, she writes nonfiction for grades 6 through 12 (aka kidlit).
The interesting thing about hot air balloons is you never know what conditions you’ll have until you’re in the thick of them. Kind of like an Agile team entering a dev project.