Navigating Dev and Delivery Improvement with Maps and Compasses
How to Navigate Software Delivery With Confidence
Too many organizations rely solely on "Compasses" like specific metrics, principles and reference companies (being more like Spotify) instead of pairing that reference with "Maps" of where you are right now, and what surrounds you. I'll introduce some of my favourite maps: Value Stream, Dependency and Capability Maps, and how to use them to move with confidence towards your compass target.
- How Value Stream, Capability and Dependency Maps help visualize and share what's between you and where you want to go
- How to pair Compasses with Maps to drive progress in the right direction
- Clear examples of data-driven maps that make the path clear to everyone
Outline/Structure of the Talk
- Current (and growing challenges)
- Compasses vs Maps
- Mapping in practice
- Results and outcomes
- Next steps, tools and resources
Attendees will leave with not only awareness of valuable mapping techniques, but how they fit together and combine with existing compass targets to drive positive outcomes across organizations.
This workshop is for anyone interested in improving alignment, workflow, collaboration and delivery performance in their team(s).
Prerequisites for Attendees
An understanding of software development and delivery (especially current challenges) would help
schedule Submitted 7 months ago
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