The Three Ts of DevOps

Daniel Pink’s three aspects to drive people are Purpose, Autonomy, and Mastery. The three aspects are essential elements that help individuals to carry out effective team behavior. Mastery, Purpose, and Autonomy are based upon building Trust, promoting Transparency, and stimulating Teamplay. The three elements or… Read more

Why T-Shaped Professionals Are Desirable

A T-shaped person has deep knowledge/skills in one area and a broad base of general supporting knowledge/skills. If you represent this depth and breadth visually, you get a “T” shape:  Source: https://collegeinfogeek.com/become-t-shaped-person/ The exact details will vary from person to person. The T-shaped person is… Read more

The Importance of Behaviour in a DevOps Environment

The behavior of people shows the culture of an organization. Which behaviors can you define, which would fit a DevOps environment? Did you think of these terms? These are all relevant statements, but none of them is real behavior. Try to define behavior in terms… Read more

DevOps: A Boy Named Sue

Everyone has an opinion about DevOps. Similar to what has happened to cloud, Agile, Lean and Scrum, this unavoidably leads to cult behavior. Strong beliefs, not only on what it really is but also how it should be integrated with current organizational and technological practices,… Read more