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Agile, DevOps, and COVID-19

Forrester IT

Every other Friday, we have a meeting of the “DevOps Theme Team,” a group of Forrester analysts focused on next generation IT management approaches. We talk about Agile and DevOps, of course, but also extend into related areas like portfolio management and security.

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How DevOps and Agile Team Leaders Can Organize a Successful Workshop

Social, Agile and Transformation

The collaboration needed by Digital Trailblazers, especially ones leading DevOps and agile teams, is rarely achieved by jumping from meeting room to meeting room or expecting people

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Agility in DevOps: What’s Holding Enterprises Back?

Information Week

Nearly 75% of DevOps initiatives are failing to meet expectations. Where do organizations go wrong?

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DevOps at SMBs: Three Important Considerations that Differ from Large Enterprises

Social, Agile and Transformation

We typically meet on Fridays at 11am ET and discuss a selected topic on leading digital transformation. Two weeks ago, we chatted about how to become a Digital Trailblazer, and this past week we discussed DevOps in SMBs and nontech companies. I recently started a new program called Coffee with Digital Trailblazers on LinkedIn.

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Shared Services, Meet Product Management

Forrester IT

If you want to be unpopular with an Agile or DevOps team, tell them “you need to use the shared service.” ” Shared services have a well deserved reputation for bureaucracy, one-size-fits-all standards, long lead times, and high transaction costs. Shared services per se are not the problem.

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4 steps to connect change management and DevOps

CIO Business Intelligence

It’s no secret that companies are committing to DevOps. In fact, according to a recent survey, three-quarters of leaders have adopted DevOps into their operations. DevOps delivers speed and agility to the development process. Change management brings consistency to DevOps. But it’s not easy.

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DevOps has reached critical mass, CIOs need to get on board

Forrester IT

DevOps is one of the most powerful weapons that CIOs have in their arsenal. DevOps unites the entire enterprise in delivering business transformation with superior customer experience. In order to unlock the promise of DevOps, CIOs must lead the call for cultural change. DevOps has become this imperative, and CIOs must act now.

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