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Biz features without a strong change muscles are destined for irrelevancy
I think if you are even asking the question you are more than half way there
Asking the right questions is just as important as solving the right problems
"You can't just take the unicorn playbook and become a unicorn overnight." Well said, @chris552!
That cycle is the lifecycle of every enterprise system/process I have ever used!
I fully agree, transformation usually doesn’t give fruit to those who started it :(
If they are incentivized by features and sexy, why even acknowledge the debt?
Tons of push back, but warmed up with being able to articulate cost of delay
Great point, also good to look within, do your leaders accept bad feedback for themselves?
Good q - is blame an important thing to reconcile? Or can accountability be shared?
and it is not about blame it is about owing the end to end experience at a stakeholder level...
there's also a prequel: https://pickl.eu/blog/getting-out-of-quicksand-with-devops/
If you like playing around: https://github.com/rompic/Smashing-Flowboard
we are actually currently working on a proposal that does exactly what you are looking for as well
unfortunately we don't have anything yet that I could claim will most likely work for us
We can talk about measuring PS, to get benchmarks for culture. (if that is helpful)
we currently use the westrum model to measure it quarterly in my team. and ENPS
As in if you're happy with what you've got, I won't be a pest.
Hi everyone! Thanks for joining our session - looking forward to engaging with you all!
Looking forward to the Cox Automotive conversation @nazia.ali and @dan.sloan!
@dan.sloan - how do you create the time/space for all the learning for your engineers?
I love how you all have reframed the questions in a learning context. That's a great idea!
Mary! Wow, so awesome to see you here! Thank you so much for attending. Hope you're enjoying DOES20!
@nazia.ali & @dan.sloan - great to see your continued progress and success. Congrats!
Making Value Streams Visible 💪
Shout out to @chris656 who introduced me to VSM. And @damon for all the additional support 😉
@paula.thrasher just the people that built or people using too?
(The specific process, was deploy the "Code complete" build package from dev to staging)
"Chance to complain" <-- big brain move right there
I think I have one that was 60 days to minutes... Searching...
Another team that I worked with was 2 weeks to ~ 3 hours (Around security reviews)
Love the way @paula.thrasher Brings visibility to manual steps vs automated steps in the VS.
Awesome!! I love "The Most Annoying Waste Award!!" @paula.thrasher
@paula.thrasher - any more tips on making "The Conversation" step effective?
it is! the whole process is hard. But don't let perfect be the enemy of the good.
@paula.thrasher How to ensure ppl have autonomy over the scope of their VS improvements?
Like a Product Owner in a Product VS?
@paula.thrasher What collaboration tools have you used to facilitate VSMs remotely?
Given the Business a tangible artifact after a conversation cements credibility.
Listened to examples from @paula.thrasher @chawkladyand an article from Microsoft.
Thanks this give me the courage to "try this at home"
I can attest that it's a really powerful tool that teams always appreciate.
@paula.thrasher Great overview of VSMs and very pragmatic tips!
@paula.thrasher it adds a lot that you are interacting while presentation is running
Thanks! There are things to like about the virtual conference format that I can't do in person 😀
Yes!! Thank you Paula and thank you for your excellent talk!
Great, I'll schedule some time for me and Ashley to meet with you. Thanks!
Hello everyone! 👋
that's what's missing in any transformation 🙂
it's an API layer on top of ServiceNow and CI/CD frameworks can integrate into it
it's mostly based around Jenkins
I’m wearing my “bingo” shirt today :)
It's currently an internal product - we're hopeful it could become an open source product 🤞
taking you on the offer @roderick.randolph, just sent you an invite 😉
if he's online he can chime in, we work together now 😄
I think it was one of the best things we did for the Innersource project hehe
and yeah for sure, can get a lot of designers or devs with a design bent engaged
What's up with Canadians being the ones wanting to improve so fast?
oh yeah? Very cool 😄! I'm in the Toronto area myself 🙂
I'm in Arkansas, but some of our highest performing teams are in Toronto. Must be the LaBatts
Hey @steveelsewhere !!
We inject security scans and compliance rules. Don't want anyone to forget those. :)
Jenkinsfile as part of the tooling, though many devs take it and run with it
When you write code that you know someone else will read, you write better code!
and usually it's you that reads it haha
so often it's helping future Matt 🙂
💯 it bring more transparency to how the software actually works!
We innersourced our pipeline during covid. Great achievement
mobbing has been a huge benefit to onboard teams, expand knowledge, and solve complex problems.
many IDEs have pair programming feature built-in - super valuable in this virtual world!
Day 1 of covid guess who showed up in our dojo? Woody Zuill
More of the former, I haven't seen Dojo as a concept yet at Capital One
our workshops would last for a couple days, but not an immersive multi-week Dojo
Yes @roderick.randolph and @arthur.maltson are super cool. And how do I know them???? 😂
then came the actual transformation, which was a huge amount of work on the dev side of course
but it really does require buy-in from leadership
we're using Hygieia from capital one...please: share Bingo!!! sounds great
oh yeah? How are you finding it
I've been thinking of using that as well, but there's so much choice
yeah I remember using it back in my Angular days
Cookie Cutter looks pretty good too: https://github.com/cookiecutter/cookiecutter
ohhhh! I just listened to a Changelog podcast about Backstage, it sounds super interesting
yeah they have a fancy CLI UI 🙂
ahh that's your tool? Very nice
funny enough, we're using https://github.com/CITGuru/PyInquirer to do a very similar interaction 🙂
💯 agree - docs must evolve with the software
GitHub Pages? or using another static site generator for software docs specifically?
We use use vuepress with a company template and push to GitHub pages
(this is beyond just code-level doc gen, but more of the big-picture and support documentation)
we also included a PR review template that reminds you to update the documentation as you go 🙂
I love the documentation mindset. Great conversation........thanks very much for the knowledge share
awesome presentation guys! Really really interesting