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DevOps tools you need to change behaviour

The DevOps movement – bridging the gaps between software development and operations – is intended to enable IT teams to increase the cadence of release and deployment cycles, allowing products and updates to be released faster. Successfully transitioning to DevOps requires not only organisational alignment, but also a cultural shift towards behaviour like information sharing, cooperation and trust. While there…

We tend to think of design as something visual; a logo or the shape of a chair. But the strategies designers use during the creative process – understanding the people you want to help and designing to suit their needs or solve their problems can be applied in a broader context. Design thinking has proved highly effective across numerous industries…

When an organisation makes the decision to go Agile, almost immediately people rush to restructure teams, change people’s job roles and coordinate daily stand-up meetings. However, while these features are important, they should not be the starting point. The first principle of the Agile manifesto is that individuals and interactions are more important than processes and tools. This means the…

Elabor8 is now a Gold Partner within the Scaled Agile Partner Network, enabling us to deliver the network’s highest level of certification to help organisations successfully implement the Scaled Agile Framework ® (SAFe®). John Sullivan, Elabor8’s Chief Executive Officer, says our consultants take a pragmatic and framework-agnostic approach to helping some of Australia’s largest organisations adopt Agile. “For all our…

DevOps culture

In our recent white paper ‘Roadblocks to Customer Centricity’ we identified the role respect, understanding and empathy plays in breaking down silos. This article, the first in a two part series, is designed to create a shared understanding of DevOps; describing what DevOps is and its role in supporting innovation and customer satisfaction. It seeks to bridge the understanding gap…

“If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses.” – Henry Ford. While the past few years have seen many businesses starting digital transformation projects with the aim of becoming more customer focused, 2018 is stacking up to be about building on this foundation by creating even more personalised customer experiences. And for that, we are…