9 Principles for Navigating Change
• Bruce Sterling
•Writer, speaker, futurist, design instructor
•Resiliency, Risk, and a...
Progress is Disruption
• Software Defined
Businesses
Resilience over Strength
• Expect and embrace
failure
• MTTR > MTBF
Resilience over Strength
• Game Days
• Chaos Monkey
Pull over Push
• Intelligence at the edges
• Modeling the world is
impossible
Pull over Push
• APIs for everything
• Disaggregated
component toolchains
Risk over Safety
• Continuous Integration
means continuously
breaking things
• Continuous Integration
means continuously
b...
Risk over Safety
• Fast moving disruption
• New technology
demands adaptation
Systems instead of Objects
• Systems are too
complex to break down
• Series of feedback loops
Systems instead of Objects
• Safety is a characteristic
of systems and not of
their components
Compasses not Maps
• Maps are static
snapshots
• Results without
understanding are
useless
Compasses not Maps
• Navigation and values
allow course corrections
• OODA loop
Practice instead of Theory
• Science > feelings
• Prototypes and
feedback beats plans
• “Let's work the problem
people. Le...
Disobedience over Compliance
• Innovating without
asking permission
Disobedience over Compliance
• Shadow IT vs. ITIL
• Saying “No” vs. “Yes”
Emergence over Authority
• Crowds vs. Experts
• Wikipedia vs. Britannica
• Open Source
Emergence over Authority
• Complex systems are
constantly changing
Learning not Education
• What did you learn in
school?
• Learning is what you do,
education is done to you
Learning not Education
• Workers who don’t adapt
fall behind
• Share your knowledge
• Never get complacent
9 Principles
• Resilience over Strength
• Pull over Push
• Risk over Safety
• Systems instead of
Objects
• Compasses not M...
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How do we thrive in a world that is constantly changing? Proposed by Joi Ito of the MIT Media Lab, this Ignite from DevOpsDays Austin applies these nine principles for navigating the 21st century.

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9 Principles for Navigating Change

  1. 1. 9 Principles for Navigating Change • Bruce Sterling •Writer, speaker, futurist, design instructor •Resiliency, Risk, and a Good Compass: Tools for the Coming Chaos • Joi Ito •Director of the MIT Media Lab •http://www.media.mit.edu/about/principles
  2. 2. Progress is Disruption • Software Defined Businesses
  3. 3. Resilience over Strength • Expect and embrace failure • MTTR > MTBF
  4. 4. Resilience over Strength • Game Days • Chaos Monkey
  5. 5. Pull over Push • Intelligence at the edges • Modeling the world is impossible
  6. 6. Pull over Push • APIs for everything • Disaggregated component toolchains
  7. 7. Risk over Safety • Continuous Integration means continuously breaking things • Continuous Integration means continuously breaking things
  8. 8. Risk over Safety • Fast moving disruption • New technology demands adaptation
  9. 9. Systems instead of Objects • Systems are too complex to break down • Series of feedback loops
  10. 10. Systems instead of Objects • Safety is a characteristic of systems and not of their components
  11. 11. Compasses not Maps • Maps are static snapshots • Results without understanding are useless
  12. 12. Compasses not Maps • Navigation and values allow course corrections • OODA loop
  13. 13. Practice instead of Theory • Science > feelings • Prototypes and feedback beats plans • “Let's work the problem people. Let's not make things worse by guessing.“
  14. 14. Disobedience over Compliance • Innovating without asking permission
  15. 15. Disobedience over Compliance • Shadow IT vs. ITIL • Saying “No” vs. “Yes”
  16. 16. Emergence over Authority • Crowds vs. Experts • Wikipedia vs. Britannica • Open Source
  17. 17. Emergence over Authority • Complex systems are constantly changing
  18. 18. Learning not Education • What did you learn in school? • Learning is what you do, education is done to you
  19. 19. Learning not Education • Workers who don’t adapt fall behind • Share your knowledge • Never get complacent
  20. 20. 9 Principles • Resilience over Strength • Pull over Push • Risk over Safety • Systems instead of Objects • Compasses not Maps • Practice instead of Theory • Disobedience over Compliance • Emergence over Authority • Learning not Education
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