Name, blame, and shame. Do you work for an organization like this, where no failure goes unpunished? Hate the thought of making a mistake for fear it will be your last?
How’s that doing for your personal productivity? Getting a lot done? Thinking about innovative, clever things you can do on your network? Or are you just trying to stay under the radar?
Today on the Packet Pushers Weekly Show, we talk about IT culture, what’s wrong with it in many organizations, and how it can be done better.
Our guests are Carl Fugate, a network architect; and Jon Hildebrand, Cloud Architect at LightEdge Solutions.
We’ll talk about the Golden Triangle (People, Process, Technology), how DevOps and the Phoenix Project offer alternatives to punitive cultures, and ways to re-frame failure in more productive ways. And a little bit of Nietzsche, just because.
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A Non-Denomination, Non-Technical Talk About Parts Of DevOps Culture – Jon Hildebrand (Slideshare)