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  • 1.there is no talent shortage Andrew Clay Shafer Velocity NYC 2013Wednesday, October 23, 13

2. perfunctory introductionWednesday, October 23, 13 3. @littleideaWednesday, October 23, 13 4. disclaimer a school of thoughtWednesday, October 23, 13 5. buckle up keep your arms and legs inside the ride at all timeshttp://www.ickr.com/photos/spatch/4630771984/ Wednesday, October 23, 13 6. connect the dots Wednesday, October 23, 13 7. the past Wednesday, October 23, 13 8. Ive been to every Velocity Conf in the US.Wednesday, October 23, 13 9. you can either easily manage complex systems at scale... or you cant Wednesday, October 23, 13 10. developerWednesday, October 23, 13sysadmin 11. 3 peopledeveloperWednesday, October 23, 13sysadmin 12. 3 peopledevelopersysadmin2008 Wednesday, October 23, 13 13. change how people manage computers a purposeWednesday, October 23, 13 14. Infrastructure is CodeWednesday, October 23, 13 15. devopsthe wall of confusion Wednesday, October 23, 13 16. devWednesday, October 23, 13ops 17. devWednesday, October 23, 13ops 18. Wednesday, October 23, 13 19. forwardWednesday, October 23, 13 20. what this talk is not aboutWednesday, October 23, 13 21. opsWednesday, October 23, 13 22. devWednesday, October 23, 13 23. devopsWednesday, October 23, 13 24. talent is not necessaryWednesday, October 23, 13 25. talent is not desirableWednesday, October 23, 13 26. talent is not an advantageWednesday, October 23, 13 27. Wednesday, October 23, 13 28. A WAR FOR TALENT!Wednesday, October 23, 13 29. FAIL Wednesday, October 23, 13 30. dene talentWednesday, October 23, 13 31. talent a special ability that allows someone to do something wellWednesday, October 23, 13 32. assume talent existsWednesday, October 23, 13 33. is talent nite?Wednesday, October 23, 13 34. can talent be attracted?Wednesday, October 23, 13 35. can talent be attracted? created? Wednesday, October 23, 13 36. can talent be attracted? created? cultivated? Wednesday, October 23, 13 37. talent seeks talentWednesday, October 23, 13 38. talent begets talentWednesday, October 23, 13 39. Wednesday, October 23, 13 40. culture eats strategyWednesday, October 23, 13 41. dene cultureWednesday, October 23, 13 42. culture a way of thinking, behaving, or working that exists in a place or organizationWednesday, October 23, 13 43. culture the act of developing the intellectual and moral faculties, especially by educationWednesday, October 23, 13 44. the origin of the wordWednesday, October 23, 13 45. culture is strategyWednesday, October 23, 13 46. we talk about culture like culture is a checkbox on a listWednesday, October 23, 13 47. we talk about culture then abstract everything into boxes with labelsWednesday, October 23, 13 48. we talk about culture then hire based on a laundry list of buzzwordsWednesday, October 23, 13 49. devopswe reduce people to their jobsWednesday, October 23, 13 50. commitmentvalueswe talk around culture vision Wednesday, October 23, 13motivation 51. do we cultivate culture?Wednesday, October 23, 13 52. how many put as much effort into designing their culture as they do their applications and systems?Wednesday, October 23, 13 53. Conways Law organizations which design systems... are constrained to produce designs which are copies of the communication structures of these organizationsWednesday, October 23, 13 54. Conways Its not just a good idea... its the lawWednesday, October 23, 13 55. we are in the middle of inventing our culture. --Patty McCord http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3e1lnixKBMWednesday, October 23, 13 56. The real company values, as opposed to the nice sounding values, are shown by who gets rewarded, promoted, or let go. --Patty McCordWednesday, October 23, 13 57. Wednesday, October 23, 13 58. prologueWednesday, October 23, 13 59. time for the real talkWednesday, October 23, 13 60. Section I The game has changedWednesday, October 23, 13 61. never thought of myself as a developerWednesday, October 23, 13 62. though I was paid to developWednesday, October 23, 13 63. never thought of myself as a sysadminWednesday, October 23, 13 64. though I was paid to run systemsWednesday, October 23, 13 65. never thought of myself as a managerWednesday, October 23, 13 66. though I was paid to manageWednesday, October 23, 13 67. I did whatever I could for companiesWednesday, October 23, 13 68. at the level I was empoweredWednesday, October 23, 13 69. I want to winWednesday, October 23, 13 70. Wednesday, October 23, 13 71. I am fascinated with the dynamics of performanceWednesday, October 23, 13 72. fascinated with the dynamics of high performing organizations Wednesday, October 23, 13 73. fascinated with the psychology and behavior of high performing individuals Wednesday, October 23, 13 74. what is a master?Wednesday, October 23, 13 75. a masterWednesday, October 23, 13 76. mentally and physically unprepared for reality Wednesday, October 23, 13real talk 77. the game had changedWednesday, October 23, 13 78. In the 1960s, GM averaged a 48.3% share of the U.S. car and truck market Wednesday, October 23, 13 79. the game had changed real talkWednesday, October 23, 13 80. the game has changed Wednesday, October 23, 13 81. the game has changed Wednesday, October 23, 13 82. the game has changed Wednesday, October 23, 13 83. the game has changed Wednesday, October 23, 13 84. the game has changed Wednesday, October 23, 13 85. the game has changed Wednesday, October 23, 13 86. the game has changed Wednesday, October 23, 13 87. the game has changed Wednesday, October 23, 13 88. the game has changed Wednesday, October 23, 13 89. the game has changed Wednesday, October 23, 13 90. the game has changed Wednesday, October 23, 13 91. the game has changed Wednesday, October 23, 13 92. the game has changed Wednesday, October 23, 13 93. the game has changed Wednesday, October 23, 13 94. what part of devops are we touching? Wednesday, October 23, 13 95. 50 deploys per day10 deploys per dayunderstand the ow of work cycle timethe game has changed so many voicesinfrastructure is codeall about the businessdevops is compatible with ITIL devops is better than ITIL quit your jobchange your organizationfeedback and visibilitylead timeall about culturetools do mattercontinuous this that and the other Wednesday, October 23, 13 96. Wednesday, October 23, 13 97. It is not necessary to change.Wednesday, October 23, 13 98. It is not necessary to change. Survival is not mandatory.Wednesday, October 23, 13 99. It is not necessary to change. Survival is not mandatory. - W. Edwards DemingWednesday, October 23, 13 100. Gratuitous Diversion I game theoryWednesday, October 23, 13 101. the game has changed? what does that mean?Wednesday, October 23, 13 102. the payoffs for a given strategy has changedWednesday, October 23, 13 103. Game Theory the study of mathematical models of conict and cooperation between intelligent rational decisions makersWednesday, October 23, 13 104. Rational choosing to maximize a utility functionWednesday, October 23, 13 105. Nash Equilibrium no players have anything to gain by changing only their own strategy unilaterally.Wednesday, October 23, 13 106. Pareto Efciency an allocation of resources in which it is impossible to make any one individual better off without making at least one individual worse offWednesday, October 23, 13 107. Pareto Inefcient Nash Equilibrium possible to make an individual better off without making any individual worse offWednesday, October 23, 13 108. Pareto Inefcient Nash Equilibrium possible to make an individual better off without making any individual worse off but no one will change their strategyWednesday, October 23, 13 109. Pareto Inefcient Nash Equilibrium until the game changesWednesday, October 23, 13 110. Pareto Inefcient Nash Equilibrium what are you trying to maximize? what are the payoffs for a given strategy?Wednesday, October 23, 13 111. Section II the makings of the learningsWednesday, October 23, 13 112. Ive seen a lot.Wednesday, October 23, 13 113. And Ive paid attention.Wednesday, October 23, 13 114. Ive seen a good bit...Wednesday, October 23, 13 115. applicationsIve seen a good bit...Wednesday, October 23, 13 116. applicationsinfrastructuresIve seen a good bit...Wednesday, October 23, 13 117. agile applicationsinfrastructuresIve seen a good bit...Wednesday, October 23, 13 118. agile applicationsinfrastructuresIve seen a good bit... devopsWednesday, October 23, 13 119. agile applicationsinfrastructuresIve seen a good bit... devopsWednesday, October 23, 13cultures 120. agile applicationsinfrastructuresIve seen a good bit... devops success Wednesday, October 23, 13cultures 121. agile applicationsinfrastructuresIve seen a good bit... devops success Wednesday, October 23, 13cultures failure 122. Is there a pattern?Wednesday, October 23, 13 123. Auspicious Learning?Wednesday, October 23, 13 124. Success and Failure is highly correlated with the degree of Organizational Learning Wednesday, October 23, 13 125. 7 dimensions of Organizational LearningWednesday, October 23, 13 126. 7 dimensions of Organizational Learning continuous learning inquiry and dialog team learning empowerment embedded system system connection strategic leadershipWednesday, October 23, 13 127. continuous learning represents an organizations effort to create continuous learning opportunities for ALL of its membersWednesday, October 23, 13 128. inquiry and dialog an organizations effort in creating a culture of questioning, feedback, and experimentationWednesday, October 23, 13 129. team learning spirit of collaboration and the collaborative skills that undergird the effective use of teamsWednesday, October 23, 13 130. empowerment encourage feedback and action to address the gap between the current status and the vision regardless of rankWednesday, October 23, 13 131. embedded system establish systems to capture and share learningWednesday, October 23, 13 132. system connection actions to connect the organization