Your organization is creating a lot of metrics from many different sources. You likely have burn ups and burn downs, frequency of deployment, MTTR and other agile, lean and DevOps metrics. So what do you do with them? Do they measure activities or outcomes? Are they used for meaningful business conversations? Do they drive continuous improvement of the flow of business value? Do you know what's slowing you down?
This session describes the process and cultural characteristics necessary for using flow metrics to not only improve the flow of all product related work (features, defects, risks and debt) but more importantly run experiments to improve business outcomes in terms of value, quality, cost and happiness of the team and do it in a sustainable and repeatable way.
Providing Flow and Value Stream Architecture Coaching and Consulting to help teams accelerate their ability to deliver business value. My focus is on working with teams to improve their flow across product based value streams utilizing an integrated delivery pipeline and applying Flow Framework™ (flowframework.org) concepts.
Previous experience leading the implementation of Agile, Lean and DevOps practices to accelerate delivery at a Fortune 100 company which was recognized as 2016 Transformation of the Year by DevOps.com ( https://devops.com/the-2016-devops-dozen-winners-announced/ ).
Frequent speaker at DevOps Enterprise Summit, DevOpsDays events and other conferences. Co-authored several IT Revolution Forum papers including "Moving from Project to Product", "DevOps Case Studies" and "Expanding Pockets of Greatness" found at itrevolution.com/forum-papers. My talk with Nicole Bryan was selected by DevOps.com as best DevOps presentation of 2018 ( https://devops.com/4th-annual-devops-dozen-winners-announced/ )
Co-Author of "Standing on Shoulders: A Leaders Guide to Digital Transformation"