Incident Management / Public Safety / Public Health / Emergency Management
Topics Covered: Functional areas of the incident command system; incident command system training; incident command system software; incident command system roles and responsibilities; incident command system made easy, incident command system flow charts, hospital incident command system
Project Management / Process Improvement / Program Management
Topics Covered: Types of project management; project management tools; project management steps; project management software, project management skills, project management salary, project management process, project management jobs
Guest Interviews / History / Podcasting / My $.02 on Some Things
Topics Covered: History; Martial Arts; Lyme Disease; Nursing; Software Development; Empowering Women; Grappling; Brazilian Jiu Jitsu; Podcasting; Welcome to the Podcast
CIT training is for Police, Behavioral Health workers and community members. It is not a fix all, it is another methodology to deescalate situations where someone is in crisis.
Normal Operations, Increased Readiness, Response and Recovery phases Hospital and Healthcare emergency preparedness professionals can apply
An overview from an article from Wildfire Today relating the Mann Gulch Fire tragedy of 1949 to today’s COVID-19 Pandemic
Sharing a quick review of the HSEEP AAR/IP process and importance of gathering strengths and areas for improvement on a regular basis
How we could have and still can apply good collaborative planning to the CDC’s 15 Public Health Emergency Preparedness Capabilities
Sharing ways to operate virtual EOCs, integrate smart devices into patient communications and how we can and should setup our EOC staffs for success
A walk through of how incident action planning could go for a COVID-19 testing location by referencing the Public Health Planning “P” I created
An adaptation of Kipling’s “If” sharing experiences faced by All-Hazards Planning Section Chiefs
Closing tasks that Emergency Managers and Incident Management Teams do everyday
Monitoring and Controlling tasks that Emergency Managers and Incident Management Teams do everyday
Executing tasks from the that Emergency Managers and Incident Management Teams do everyday
Planning tasks that Emergency Managers and Incident Management Teams do everyday
My $.02 on the concepts from Stephen R. Covey’s great work, but with emphasis on being efficient Project Managers.
Reviewing the Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing, but hopefully not Adjourning to the state of America in 2020
Practical Application of the Domains and Tasks from the revised PMP Exam coming in January 2021.
Following the 8 steps used to build a fire from John F. Hunt’s book “Stuff Guys Need to Know: How to Do Just About Everything” as parallels to stuff Project Managers need to know throughout the project’s life cycle. *Book available on Amazon*
Applying principals from the Leading in the Wildland Fire Service manual to Project Management
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic I share my experience as a teleworking Project Manager on how to stay productive while working from home
Sharing my $.02 on keeping lessons learned from projects simple and constantly gathering personal lessons learned about ourselves
My two cents on the correlations of the Mission Impossible movies and the lifecycle of project teams
An adaptation of Kipling’s “If” with focus on the challenges faced by Project Managers
My $.02 and thoughts from the road on turning conscripts into teammates.
Quick synopsis of episodes 25 through 35 covering my interview with Eric Canfield, Crisis Intervention Team Training (CIT) and a bunch of Project Management stuff.
My $.02 on what it’s like being a Father so far in 2020
A brief, high level overview of the process President Lincoln followed to create the Emancipation Proclamation through the freeing of slaves in Texas on “Juneteenth”
Eric and I discuss his journey in martial arts and MMA fighting, what it’s like to climb 400′ on a regular basis and his efforts with the non-profit Lyme Warrior
Sharing highlights from the May 2020 episodes (19, 20, 21, 22 & 23) with my $.02 and guests Peoplelogic.ai CEO Matt Schmidt and Jill Grumbine, BSN, RN
Talking about Jill’s transition from hospital based to Public Health Nursing, the process of disease investigation and the utility of the Incident Command System (ICS) to organize Public Health responses
Peopleogic.ai CEO Matt Schmidt tells us about the early years of information technology, lessons learned from being a successful entrepreneur and creating a people analytics system to help managers become better holistic leaders
Learn how the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) started, about programs designed to prepare the U.S. for outbreaks like COVID-19 and some practical preparedness tips to help us all stay safe.
Celebrating International Women’s Day 2020 with one of the most powerful women I know, my wife Wendi Pannell
Honoring the history and sacrifice of the my alma mater, the U.S. Navy Hospital Corps
Learn about the early days of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) in United States, how to grow as a BJJ practitioner and instructor and how the challenges in BJJ help provide perspective to all things in life
Looking at the people and processes that created and progressed the art of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ)
A brief note about me, Kevin Pannell and the origin and focus of the ‘People, Process, Progress’ podcast
Thank you for reading, listening to the podcast and Godspeed,
Kevin Pannell, PMP | Creator & Host, ‘People, Process, Progress’ | Connect and subscribe at https://linktr.ee/peopleprocessprogress