Archive for the ‘strategy’ Category

Actions is more than just a smart move for GitHub to do more stuff with Continuous Integration / Continuous Delivery pipelines – it’s a product management super move that gets GitHub out of the business of responding to stupid little feature requests. Better still, it’s an ecosystem play where GitHub (and Docker) users create value for other GitHub users without GitHub needing to invest their own time and treasure.

The future is already here – it’s just not evenly distributed. William Gibson – The Economist, December 4, 2003 I’ve been in a bunch of conversations recently on the intersection of Team Topologies and Wardley Maps. The Platform, Stream-aligned and Complicated-subsystem teams tend to drop out of a map because they fit around their respective […]

TL;DR Decision making is at the heart of an organisation’s purpose, but it’s rare to see much effort being spent on improving the quality of decision making, and typical to see all decisions mired in time consuming bureaucratic process. We can do better, with a little coarse filtering, some doctrine and situational awareness, and a […]