I just finished reading Accelerate, The Science of Lean Software and DevOps: Building and Scaling High Performing Technology Organiations. by Nicole Forsgren, Jez Humble, and Gene Kim, the same folks behind Project Phoenix,
Transformational Leadership - aka How to be a good manager, have high performing teams and higher organisational performance
The role of leadership on technology transformation has been one of the more overlooked topics in DevOps, When dealing with Digital Transformations, agile and Devops, the question of culture always comes up. The
Our current org structures inhibit how we develop software, and therefore how we deliver on business capabilities. Changing the org structure to feature teams, that are self-sufficient, multidisciplinary and cross-functional will lead to better business results.
As a techie, I am surprisingly big on getting culture right, which I have written about here before. Because really, after running an agile DevOps team for the last year, I realise the
The title is just click-bait. But maybe we might be on to something here?Amongst the Laws, Theories, Principles and Patterns that developers will find useful, we find Brooks Law:Adding human resources
In my previous post on Making Software Architecture Matter, I ended on this note on agile and DevOps:I quite like these ways of workings, and these definitions. They are so much more.