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{virtual} VSMcon 2022

{virtual} VSMcon 2022 The value stream management conference for development teamsBringing business and IT together {virtual} VSMcon 2022 is a digital conference examining the benefits of creating and managing value streams in your development organization. At this event we will discuss how VSM has finally brought business and IT together in a common language -- something businesses have struggled with for more than 20 years. At {virtual} VSMcon, not only will you learn how to apply value stream management to your development processes to gain efficiencies, improve quality and cut costs - you'll also learn about new solutions, strategies, and trends that are ...

The Hottest Value Stream Metrics (That Actually Matter)

There is no shortage of metrics related to software delivery. Agile metrics; DevOps and DORA metrics; support, services and operational metrics; Lean, value stream and flow metrics; product and predictability metrics. All trumpeted by their own champions as the hottest thing since sliced bread. And ConnectALL’s research shows that as a result of the sheer volume of measures, organizations are not confident in selecting metrics. They struggle utilizing analytics platforms and tools, especially without relevant out-of-the-box dashboards with metrics that are pre-selected to solve key challenges. That's not cool at all. :snowman: DevOps.com is excited to host ConnectALL's SVP of ...

You Won’t Believe How the Grinch Saved Christmas!

You Won’t Believe How the Grinch Saved Christmas! Three things the Grinch did with the value streams to help Whoville “It came without ribbons, it came without tags. It came without packages, boxes, or bags.  Maybe Christmas doesn’t come from a store. Maybe Christmas perhaps means a little bit more. Now you listen to me! Even if we’re horribly mangled, there’ll be no sad faces on Christmas.” said the Grinch. While the Grinch may have hated Christmas cheer, deep down he wanted to be part of the rave. He wanted the people of Whoville to see what he saw. He ...