Numbers behind Agile and DevOps, or How to Measure Productivity
With the increased pressures of digitization and the speed and agility required to keep pace with disruption, many companies know that digital transformation is necessary, but don’t know where to start. The agile frameworks, claiming possession of the productivity solution, permeate the realm of the enterprise world. DevOps practices, focused on the build and release cycle contest the resolution of the productivity puzzle, gains wide adoption among enterprises. Nevertheless, neither agile, DevOp nor science defines engineering productivity and approach for optimization. Join Pavel Azaletskiy as he shares what he's learned from consulting with over 100 engineering organizations and engineering teams and how the approach they shaped inherited a lot from the value stream mapping method of LEAN and focused on flow optimization. Understand why the software is significantly different from the real world, since every flaw puts a change back to the initial position for rework and how they enriched the lean value stream analysis with these rework loops characteristics so that we can measure productive work losses. Leave with software delivery analysis methods to help others with engineering productivity optimization and be successful with the digital transformation journey.