Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) Podcast, Episode 60: Leading Change – Tips Shared at DOES

c9d9-leading-change-devops-does16We’re BACK!

For our first episode of Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) podcast for 2017, we talked about Leading Change.

For your DevOps transformation to be successful, leaders need to inspire, motivate and empower teams – to foster the right culture and work practices to facilitate a DevOps change.

 

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Challenges Leading a DevOps Change

This morning on the show, we had an esteem panel of DevOps experts – all DOES16 speakers – who shared some of the common challenges and tips for success for leading a DevOps transformation in large organizations.

Watch the recording of the episode to learn:

  • What are the common challenges aligning teams, middle managers and executives around a DevOps way of working?
  • What are some proven patterns for success leading a DevOps change?

Watch the replay of the episode –

  • Nicole also invited viewers to take the 2017 State of DevOps Survey 
  • The Twitter hashtag that Ross mentioned, where you can follow Verizon’s DevOps Cup is

This episode features:

Nicole Forsgren
Nicole Forsgren
ceo & chief scientist @ DORA. expert in making software better w/ metrics. speaker & consultant. i rub science on things.
@nicolefv devops-research.com
Paula Thrasher
Paula Thrasher
Director, Digital Services at CSRA. She has over 18 years’ experience in information technology and works in the federal market leading agencies and teams towards Agile and DevOps.
@paula_thrasher www.csc.com/
Pauly Comtois
Pauly Comtois
VP @ Hearst. DevOps and Lean Leader. Lecturer and presenter. Startup Volunteer. Continuous Improvement is my path to success. Also, Gene Kim fanboy.
@paulycomtois devopstherapist.com
Steve Mayner
Steve Mayner
Agile coach, mentor, thought leader, strategist. Builder of high performance teams that deliver great software.
@stevemayner scaledagileframework.com
Ross Clanton
Ross Clanton
Fellow, DevOps at Verizon
@RossClanton

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On the next episode of #c9d9:

EpITILisode 61: Mapping DevOps into an ITIL Framework

Join us on January 31, 2017 to discuss how ITIL-based organizations are incorporating DevOps practices to accelerate their releases, while meeting ITIL requirements for Incident management and Change Management.

This episode will feature:

Robert Stroud
Robert Stroud
Principal Analyst, I&O, Forrester. Immediate Past ISACA Intl President. DevOps, Agile, Cybersecurity, IoT, SDDC, Governance, Security & ITSM
@RobertEStroud forrester.com/Robert-Stroud
Kaimar Karu
Kaimar Karu
Head of Product Strategy and Development @ AXELOS || Co-author of ITIL Practitioner Guidance (2016) || President at #itSMFest
@kaimarkaru www.axelos.com
Mike Kavis
Mike Kavis
VP/PrincipaI Architect @ CloudTP Analyst at Forbes & The Virtualization Practice. Author of Architecting the Cloud. No hype, just lessons learned
@madgreek65 cloudtp.com/insights
Chris Fulton
Chris Fulton
Global Technical Account Manager @ElectricCloud. Helping large enterprises transform their software delivery with #DevOps & #ContinuousDelivery
@cfulton81 electric-cloud.com

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Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) podcasts air every other Tuesday. See all episodes here.

Anders Wallgren

Anders Wallgren is Chief Technical Officer of Electric Cloud. Anders brings with him over 25 years of in-depth experience designing and building commercial software. Previously, Anders held executive and management positions at Aceva, Archistra, Impresse, Macromedia (MACR), Common Ground Software and Verity (VRTY). Anders holds a B.SC from MIT.

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