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TIAD 2016 : Kaizen Ops by Jessica DeVita

Talk @TIAD, 04/10/2016, Paris by Jessica DeVita

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TIAD 2016 : Kaizen Ops by Jessica DeVita

  1. 1. Jessica DeVita @ubergeekgirl jessica@chef.io
  2. 2. No one can anoint you "Agile" or "DevOps”
  3. 3. What this talk is not:
  4. 4. devops 101? Nope!
  5. 5. 10 steps to agile? NOPE
  6. 6. Why I care
  7. 7. Why we suck at change, and how kaizen can help
  8. 8. What is Kaizen and what is not?
  9. 9. Five S's
  10. 10. We are physically built to resist radical change
  11. 11. Examine your beliefs about failure
  12. 12. Errors
  13. 13. Business Optimization: Minimize: ●WIP ●Waiting ●Movement ●Defects ●Overproduction
  14. 14. How do we choose what to automate?
  15. 15. Options: Most expensive, least expensive, most boring (boring=error prone)
  16. 16. Bored people quit
  17. 17. Automation failures
  18. 18. You cannot automate creativity.
  19. 19. Nothing good or creative is ever done in a linear fashion
  20. 20. you can't scale if you are entering data 3 times
  21. 21. Automating the right things
  22. 22. make a tiny but unbreakable promise to yourself. do one small thing, every day. http://zenhabits.net/disciplined/
  23. 23. Using Kaizen to improve relationships with “difficult people”
  24. 24. Examine the explanation you are giving yourself for their behavior.
  25. 25. What if they had a brain injury that caused their behavior?
  26. 26. Perceiving Attending Understanding Acting
  27. 27. "I can never expect the people around me to be more open and willing to improve than I am." Peter Senge, Fifth Discipline
  28. 28. The reality of devops
  29. 29. "No matter the extensive nature or degree of foresight incorporated into any prior "plan," there will always be a need for adjustment, further specification, or even drastic revision" Clancy, 1997

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