I was reading Quality Matters: The Benefits of QA-Focused Retros which got me thinking about this style of activity in the context of IT operations. It feels like I've been seeing lack of 'retrospective' activities in this context in organisations I have worked at (both as consultant and employee) for years a very long time indeed. Probably … Continue reading IT Operations Retrospectives
Today the leave the EU or remain in the EU question is answered. What happens next, who knows? But the UK is going to be a different place.
WIP Limits AKA [the] Context Switch overhead [problem] The idea of suggesting that we do less is often a tricky one to get our head around, from a business perspective when we are under pressure to get things done, saying "no, this item has to go in the backlog" is not always easy, this is … Continue reading Work In Progress Limits
Thoughts on why, when, who and how, change and comms from tech teams
Have you thought about what happens when you get a 'critical' alert from your systems today?