The Pittsburgh Technology Council and Robomatter are partnering to bring you a unique podcast series, Emerge: Where Tech and Education Connect, exploring the latest trends and insights around STEM education. Jason McKenna, Director of Educational Strategy at Robomatter and Jonathan Kersting, VP Communications and Media at Pittsburgh Technology Council talk to leaders and innovators who are creating the next generation workforce built on technology, continuous learning and entrepreneurship.
Episode 6: Beth Davis of SingleSource Property Solutions
Discover how Agile can be applied to human resources and be a powerful tool in developing, motivating and managing your workforce. Beth Davis is Vice President of People Development at SingleSource Property Solutions. Listen Here
Jason McKennna of Robomatter and Jonathan Kersting of the Pittsburgh Technology Council talk to LaTrenda Sherrill about the ways Remake Learning ignites engaging, relevant, and equitable learning practices in support of young people navigating rapid social and technological change. Listen Here.
Episode 4: David McKenna Agile Coach for CA Technologies Talks About Scrum Masters and Agile Coaches
Dave is an Agile Coach for CA Technologies, and author of the book, “The Art of Scrum.” Related to the previous conversation on Product Development Episode 3 with John Davis, one of the ways that product development has changed is that there are these new roles in product development. Listen here.
Episode 3: John Davis of Carnegie Mellon Talks about Product Development
With John, we will be talking about product development, specifically how product development went through a revolutionary change about 10 years ago. Listen here.
Episode 2: Mike Stafiej of LabCo NYC/Entrepreneurship With a Safety Net
The world needs entrepreneurs, but not everyone is ready to take the entailed risks. Find out how LabCo NYC provides a safety net for entrepreneurs to grow companies. Listen here.
Episode 1: Former Steeler Wes Lyons Details Cakery Square
What do professional football, high school students and baking have in common? You’ll be surprised to find out how Wes Lyons is bringing equity to education one cupcake and student at a time. Listen here.