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BRM Cafe with Marleen Lundy
In this episode Peter talks to Marleen Lundy of the BRM Institute. She is the Chief Development officer of the BRM Institute. We talk about her role, the conference and the knowledge path to success. The theme of the BRMConnect conference in San Diego in October 2018 is I am BRM. This episode was recorded before the agenda of the conference came out. Please visit brmconnect.com to get more information about the conference. If you have not registered yet for the conference please contact...
BRM Cafe with Malini Jayaganesh
In this episode Peter talks to Malini Jayaganesh about BRM in Australia, proving value of the BRM role, cultural differences, developing countries for BRM, Knowledge path to success from the BRM Institute, role clarity and the famous tea ceremony.
BRM Cafe with Paul Wilkinson
Learning by Doing. In this episode Peter talks to Paul Wilkinson about simulations to show business IT convergence, skills and behaviour, This is BRM, strategic partnering and the importance of communication. In the end we discuss his cartoons and him being a grumpy old man. About the host Peter is an experienced Business Relationship Management (BRM) leadership coach, speaker and facilitator. He helps organizations to develop a BRM capability and coaches BRM Teams on how to get the most...
BRM Cafe with Aaron Monroe
Agile Lasagna. In this episode Peter talks to Aaron Monroe about Agile and BRM, role clarity about product manager, different frameworks, the challenges for BRMs working in an agile environment, being a transformationalist, business value and lasagna.
BRM Cafe with Stephanie Walsh
From operational to strategic focus. In this episode Peter talks to Stephanie Walsh about her career path from Business analyst, to business relationship manager to business leader. We discuss different behaviour, the BRM Institute, the role of the CIO and the career path.
BRM Cafe with Kip Fanta
When can I have my Kip. In this episode Peter talks to Kip Fanta about the challenge of building a BRM team, the importance of Top Down Tone, difference between private and public companies and commodity outsourcing.
BRM Cafe at BRMConnect 3
You are not alone. In this episode, Peter talks with Deanna Skelley and Doug Gabel about the learning points from the BRM Connect Conference and the BRM Professional course. Topics include how to approach executives, strategic thinking, measuring BRM and “You are not alone”
BRM Cafe at BRMConnect 2
Own it. In this episode Peter talks to Stephanie Walsh, Aaron Monroe, Keri Milauskas and Leanne McGiveron to discuss the 2nd day of the BRM Connect Conference. The topics include the most impressive person at the conference, BRM Institute Playbook, advice for new BRMs and owning the role.
BRM Cafe at BRMConnect 1
Careful Hurry. In this episode Peter talks to Aaron, Malini, Jim and Pernilla to discuss the first day of the BRM Connect Conference. The topics include value of the relationship and speed to respond.
BRM Cafe with Arnie Wetherill
Earning your stripes. In this episode Peter talks to Arnie Wetherill about his Business Relationship Management (BRM) journey, leadership, trust, BRM Institute and the future of BRM.
BRM Cafe with Cheri Jacoby - Part 2
This is the continuation of Episode 2. In this episode we talk about BRM and Data Analytics, BRM in different industries, and how to get from being a tactical BRM to being a strategic BRM
BRM Cafe with Cheri Jacoby
In this episode Peter and Starla talk to Cheri Jacoby. Importance of BRM education, Not enough BRMs, supply versus value constraint, key competencies and skills and certification
BRM Cafe Introduction
In this episode the hosts Peter Lijnse and Starla Borges introduce themselves and discuss what excites them about Business Relationship Management.