Mar 21, 2017
Episode 28: “Past Pairs” with David Croney & Fred Li, Pivotal Labs & CoreLogic
By: Suzanne Abate @suzanneabate
There's a rule at Pivotal Labs that little known to the rest of us: the day starts at 9am, finishes at 6pm and nobody brings work home.
What's even more amazing is that most Pivotal folks arrive before 9am to fill up on breakfast - one of many office perks alongside ping pong tables and video game stations.
But all of this just amounts to something even more sacred - a company culture that fosters kindness and accountability.
In this episode of 100 PM, we are joined by David Croney, Lead Product Manager at Pivotal Labs and Fred Li, Senior Technical Product Manager at CoreLogic. This pairing of perspectives is a perfect reflection of the Pivotal way, an approach to product development rooted in pairing.
CoreLogic came to Pivotal first as clients and have (since evolved into collaborators)[http://www.corelogic.com/about-us/news/corelogic-announces-formation-of-corelogic-innovation-labs-in-collaboration-with-pivotal.aspx]. Fred says it's a mix of the process-thinking and the bulk candy!
Tune in below for the full story, which also includes:
- A brief history of Extreme Programming (XP)
- Shifting enterprise from a project mindset to a product mindset
- Seeding a process-oriented company culture
Pivotal Labs & CoreLogic - Silicon Valley is a State of Mind
Pivotal is changing the world by building great software companies - combining the best of the Silicon Valley state of mind with a business’ core values and expertise to innovate and disrupt.
CoreLogic provides information intelligence to identify and manage growth opportunities, improve business performance and manage risk. Whether in real estate, mortgage finance, insurance, or the public sector, clients turn to CoreLogic as a market leader for unique property-level insights.pivotal.io/labs
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