My buddy Karl and I occasionally record our chats and turn them into podcasts. This time we opine on the morality, ethics, and practicality of forcing your customers to use a favourable-to-you business model in the face of rapidly evolving technology, aka copyright legislation.
Thrive Not Survive.
Bernie has been a PMP since 2001, a project manager, and is now a consultant working with entrepreneurs, small companies, and volunteer organizations to help them set a vision that becomes executable tasks. He was a software lead on a successful robotic mine-detection system, delivered operational command and control software into active conflict zones, set up and ran a million dollar a week project management office, and was the proposal manager for a billion dollar 20-year support contract at General Dynamics before becoming an independent consultant.
He is also a board member for Deconstructing Fashion, a charity committed to recognizing and promoting ethical global manufacturing in fashion; member of Canadian Veteran Freedom Riders fundraising against homelessness and other veterans' causes; and a co-founder of the start-up Torch Motorcycles - Vintage Bikes for Fast Girls.
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