Jeff introduces some of the steps the employees of a large engineering corporation took to begin building a culture of innovation by fostering continuous learning in the workplace. In an environment where engineering tended to wait for business direction and execute to that direction, they are now seeing engineering selling the business on new directions to explore.
As Agile becomes widely accepted within IT organizations, one roadblock to more significant organizational change is becoming clear - resistance from management. Traditional command & control management no longer suffices in a globalized, knowledge-based economy. When will we reach the tipping point where organizations unshackle themselves from the limitations of command & control?
DevOps@Prezi is the second article of the “DevOps War Stories” series. Each month we hear what DevOps brings to a different organisation, we learn what worked and what didn’t, and chart the challenges faced during adoption. In this installment Peter Neumark tells us what "learning devops from within" means at Prezi.
Olivier Mallassi shares a story of a typical software development project, some typical problems and what he learned from Tom Demarco about addressing those problems, and an alternative story.
In this interview James Bach covers topics like: engineering, why we should be telling success stories, opening our minds to other scientific domains, automated testing and exploratory testing.