How can you set up your organisation for success when it comes to capability building internally? In the final part of our technology skills enablement blog series, our Senior Engineer Rich looks into why learning is a strategic goal.
In part two of this series, our Senior Engineer Duncan shares a number of best practice approaches developed within engineering communities to ensure skills development becomes a team outcome.
In the first part of this three-part blog post series, our Senior Engineer Duncan covers the most important factors pushing technology skills enablement to the top of many organisations’ lists of priorities.
How do you know if your team is high performing? In this post, Andreas describes a series of indicators that you can use to see if a team that you manage, or are part of, are ‘high performing’, the reasons we encourage particular team behaviours, and what we can do to move a team towards becoming ‘high performing’.
Few skills have the power to hold such sway over the course of our lives as learning, but for such a vital skill, the steps we go through on the learning journey are not always greatly understood.
So you’ve read part one. You see the point of building Extremely Fast Feedback Loops and you want to understand what it costs to have such a test suite. Let’s explore some problems…
Pairing is a great way to boost productivity and help crack a particularly complex problem.
2017 was a big year for us with a number of successful projects under our belt including writing our second book Building High Performance Agile Teams, adding more great people to our team and launching our new Made Tech Academy initiative.
For all the excitement and talk of cloud it seems the reality, at least in enterprises, is a little less glamorous. With more and more executives backing the move to the cloud, more and more organisations are booting up large migration programmes. Unfortunately their aging IT departments lack the experience required and organisations are forced to depend on service providers to fill the gap.
The retail industry has been squeezed on many fronts over the past decade, from Internet giants flexing their technology muscle (and willingness to not always turn a profit) to disrupt markets to fast-moving start-ups who are unencumbered by big company process, and who are able to attract strong technology talent.