Today, we are facing multiple waves of industrialization along with rapid changes in needs – for example, the need for isolation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this recording, Simon Wardley and David Reid explore the industrialization of technology and why it's so important to your organizational technology decisions and future strategy to respond to these external shocks.
In this session, we will explore a few of the finer points of mapping from capital flow to weak signals to co-evolution to ethical values. In particular, we will focus on transformation in the IT industry with respect to serverless and how this will usher in an age of conversational programming.
Based on empiricism and many case studies, the Kanban Maturity Model offers organizations pragmatic guidance about which of about 150 sub-practices within the Kanban method are aligned with their organizational maturity levels. It maps those practices to observable business outcomes using seven levels of maturity and aids evolution of processes. When it comes to evolution, Wardley Maps can show the state of evolution of components within a value stream in relation to a predefined anchor and helps with gaining situational awareness. In my talk I will show how Wardley Maps and the Kanban Maturity Model overlap and how you can use both in combination to assess how to choose appropriate methods and practices for the context you’re in.
The continuous delivery movement has been a game changer for businesses, helping them deliver high quality, reliable software at predictable speeds. And yet parts of the business cannot keep up, which slows down delivery. Drawing on the experiences of 2 product managers, this session will explain where things can go wrong and explore how to identify, fix and avoid common issues - through the adoption of continuous delivery as an organisational mindset, rather than a software delivery practice.