Articles tagged with learning
"Kanban" is Japanese for "visual card" or "signal."
Dealing with a Kanban Board meltdown, by controlling the work in progress.
Balancing noise and agility with smaller batch sizes.
Why bother with governance when no-one can find it?
The problem is not with projects but with project-focused thinking
“Success is not final, failure is not fatal, it is the courage to continue that counts.” – Winston Churchill
"Not to be missed after you depart." - L.David Marquet
Before you ask for anything, get clarity on the five WHYs!
A question that made me speechless at a recent Navigating the Future event.
"Failure is a good option. If you are not failing, you are not trying hard enough." - Elon Musk
You can chose between governance, policies, or standards, or collaborate with us through guardrails.
"Every person in your company is a vector. Your progress is determined by the sum of all vectors." - Elon Musk
Inadvertently restricting access to thousands of pipelines with a simple automated task group insertion.
Doing a manual and mind-numbing task twice or more? Automate!
Creating a demo pull request and post for our technical blog demo.
How WorkSafeBC changed my perception.
Objective, Method and Maturity model for business analytics across an enterprise.
Without real-time evidence, OODA never comes to life.
Looking at our common engineering team through the management (leader) lens
This article is gist of brainstorming session among Quality Assurance (QA) team.
We succeed or fail as a team (mob), not as individuals!
Introducing the voice of reason and stewards of guardrails
Learning about the genesis of our EDO Common Engineering (EDO Ce) team
Adopt design principles to ensure highest quality of the code design
How to avoid the trap of getting stuck in an Expert Beginner role
“I suppose it is tempting, if the only tool you have is a hammer, to treat everything as if it were a nail.” - Abraham Maslow 1966
The use of TLAs creates subpar collaboration, unnecessary confusion, and unintended waste.
Let us explore why the sequence of checkout steps are important in your Azure Pipeline.
Work challenges are opportunities to explore, experiment, and track the feedback gathered from the innovation
Switch focus from monitoring and measuring activities and outputs to measuring outcomes
First International TDD Conference generated a lot of good interest and traction
Design is not a static construct, it evolves by refactoring as we keep changing the code
What is the relationship between Observe-Orient-Decide-Act Loop and DevOps.
A work-life balance is important, however, I believe that stopping waste and focusing on value is just as pivotal!
TDD explained to non programmers by using the example of writing a short story
Manage your blast radius through progressive exposure with feature flags
Any system operation we can perform manually can be fully automated by writing scripts