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For Application Development & Delivery Professionals

Express Lean, Agile, And DevOps Cultural Changes In Terms Of Business Value

Don't Let Jargon Derail Customer-Facing Mobile/Web Efforts

July 7, 2014

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As application development and delivery professionals retool to deliver customer-facing web and mobile applications to attract, win, and serve customers, they must overcome entrenched processes and cultural values, and reverse a history of tenuous stakeholder trust. Rebuilding that trust requires clear, shared purpose and language between three groups of stakeholders — business, app dev, and infrastructure and operations (I&O). But the jargon of Lean, Agile, and DevOps often confuses stakeholders and hampers success. In order for stakeholders to commit to embracing the difficult cultural and process changes required, they must first fully appreciate the business-value that the new practices promise. To do that, we all have to express Lean/Agile/DevOps jargon in terms of business benefit and value. Read this report to understand how.

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