Allan Kelly (http://www.allankelly.net) helps companies and teams make software in a better way. He works with developers, managers, analysts and everyone else to make the making better. Usually this goes by the name of Agile or Lean and increasingly Continuous, but ultimately its about making work practices and processes better. He mostly works with software intensive companies and companies whose very business depends on software.
When he is not with clients he writes far too much. He is the author of three books: “Xanpan – team centric Agile Software Development”, “Business Patterns for Software Developers” and “Changing Software Development: Learning to be Agile”; the originator of Retrospective Dialogue Sheets and a regular conference speaker, he can be found on Twitter as @allankellynet.
Creating a culture for Continuous Delivery & Value
Today’s growth businesses are digital. And in a digital world time-to-market is key. Competing digitally means competing against companies who can deliver product improvements many times a day.
New technologies, Agile processes and great engineers are necessary for continual delivery but creating continual value requires a different organization and a different culture. These organizations and cultures are built on an understanding of diseconomies of scale: the key to success is working small.
In this presentation Allan Kelly will explain how business built on economies of scale must change their organization and cultures to think small so they can win big.