Getting the benefits of DevOps requires more than just tools and process. You also need the organisational context and norms – the culture – that allows DevOps practices and thinking to thrive. Nailing these down, let alone what “culture” even is, can be hard – the veritable nailing Jello to the wall. This talk will define what culture is and then cover several proven methods for leading culture change.
Required audience experience:
A general knowledge of process improvement and how IT is organised at larger organisations.
Objective of the talk:
This talk aims to go over why you’d want to change how an IT organisation works, what the end-state of a “DevOps” organisation looks like, and tactics that other organisations have used to successfully change. The audience will have a more concrete, actionable plan for improving their organisation.
You can view Michael’s talk below: