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Your Rational Customers Are Making Irrational Decisions | by Praveen Mishra | The Startup | Feb, 2021

Your Rational Customers Are Making Irrational Decisions | by Praveen Mishra | The Startup | Feb, 2021 | Devops & Agile for Growth | Scoop.it
You offer a solution (whatever it is) that solves a real problem. So, in an ideal world, it should be super easy to convince your consumers to buy into whatever you are selling. We’re just stuck with…

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Gremlin Releases State of Chaos Engineering 2021 Report

Gremlin Releases State of Chaos Engineering 2021 Report | Devops & Agile for Growth | Scoop.it
Gremlin released their State of Chaos Engineering 2021 report based on a community survey and their own product data.The key findings include a positive correlation between running chaos engineering...
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Connaissez-vous le modèle de Kano et en quoi il peut être utile en management de portefeuille de projets ? –

Connaissez-vous le modèle de Kano et en quoi il peut être utile en management de portefeuille de projets ? – | Devops & Agile for Growth | Scoop.it
Vous avez un portefeuille de projets. Certains projets changent totalement les règles du jeu. Certains sont sous les feux de la rampe. Certains sont plutôt exploratoires. Pourquoi ne pas essayer de les positionner sur le modèle de Kano Noriaki et voir ce que vous pouvez en apprendre ?
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The Toyota Way: Learn to Improve Continuously

The Toyota Way: Learn to Improve Continuously | Devops & Agile for Growth | Scoop.it
The book The Toyota Way, 2nd Edition by Jeffrey Liker provides a view of the Toyota Production System with fourteen management principles for continuous improvement and developing people.
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Quand sécurité psychologique rime avec performance

Quand sécurité psychologique rime avec performance | Devops & Agile for Growth | Scoop.it
Connaissez-vous la "fearless organization"? Ce modèle de culture organisationnelle permet d'instaurer un climat de sécurité psychologique au travail favorisant l'apprentissage, l'innovation et la collaboration.
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Why We Created Agile 2. Most Agile transformations struggle… | by Cliff Berg

Why We Created Agile 2. Most Agile transformations struggle… | by Cliff Berg | Devops & Agile for Growth | Scoop.it
Most Agile transformations struggle. According to an Allied Market Research study, “63% of respondents stated the failure of agile implementation in their organizations.” This is despite the fact…
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Tip: Using Notepad++ to Read Log Files - DZone DevOps

Tip: Using Notepad++ to Read Log Files - DZone DevOps | Devops & Agile for Growth | Scoop.it
I had to read a log file containing a few hundred lines today at work. My first instinct was to open it using my trusty Notepad++.
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Un environnement par branche avec GitLab

Un environnement par branche avec GitLab | Devops & Agile for Growth | Scoop.it
Donner un cycle de vie complet (du test au déploiement en conditions de production) à une branche git n'est pas forcément trivial avec tous les outils de CI/CD du marché. GitLab le permet assez facilement.
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Change. Chapter two. by Simon Powers

Change. Chapter two. by Simon Powers | Devops & Agile for Growth | Scoop.it
There is no shortage of opportunity. There is only a shortage of those who will apply themselves to the basics that success requires. ~ Jim Rohn The basics of agility. It’s been a long and hard journey to write this book.
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Processes and structure follow the mindsets that created them.

Putting it all together

These three beliefs define the agile mindset. If you understand the true nature of the problems you are trying to solve, engage people in the right way, and proactively and iteratively work towards the outcome you need; you have the agile mindset and a fighting chance of success!

From this mindset you can derive all the agile values, principles, practices, and tools in the agile onion.

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Improving Your Team’s Communication In The Age Of Remote Work —

Remote work is taking over the world, and the biggest obstacle remote teams face is emulating the natural communication that happens at the office. In this article, Obed Parlapiano shares his advice and tips on how to improve your team’s communication and productivity by creating habits and...
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The Rules For Effective Communication

Expressing one’s ideas effectively is hard, but by following some rules we can dramatically improve how useful each message we send is.

Every Message Is Actionable, Asks A Question, Or Informs, And Has Context

From the perennial “let’s go for a tea/coffee” to the famous water cooler brainstorming session, in-person communication is riddled with traditions. We use these traditions to simplify complex collaboration.

We’re still figuring out the best habits to help us communicate online, but some great rules to follow is to make every message we send actionable, a question, or informative, and to include its context.

Now, let’s break down the rules.

Actionable Messages

With actionable messages, there’s something to be done. A ticket can be created, a solution provided, or a discussion had.

Compare a non-actionable message with little context:

“I clicked the subscribe button and a modal showed up.”

With an actionable one:

“On the products page, I clicked the ‘Subscribe’ button and a modal opened. But I should’ve been redirected to the subscribe page instead. Are we aware of it?”

In this case, either the behavior is wrong, or the specification is out of date and there’s a clear action: A ticket can be created or the documentation updated.

Your Message Asks A Question

A good question explains the why behind the question and provides context. The trick is to maximize the chances of someone understanding your problem right away by explaining it as clearly as possible. If you’re asking for help with a problem, highlight what you’ve tried so far and If you haven’t tried to solve it yet, try first.

Compare an unclear question with no context, reason, or attempts:

“Does anyone know how to render a modal with React Router?”

With a clear one:

“I need to show a modal with our newsletter when a button is clicked, but I’m not managing to do it with React Router. I tried using a <Link to="/modal" /> but it redirects to a page instead of opening the modal in-place. Can someone help?”
Informative Messages

A good informative message is self-contained. You don’t need a lot of prior knowledge to understand it and its value.

Here’s an informative but unclear message:

“We reached an all-time high of users today!”

And here’s a self-contained one that has context:

“We reached 10k concurrent users today on the site, an all-time high! That’s a 25% increase from last month.”
Add Context To Your Message

If you noticed, all rules mentioned context. Adding a message’s context has an anchoring effect, helping the reader better understand the rest of the information.

Here are the same messages as above but with context struckthrough. Notice how much better they are if they contain it:

“On the products page, I clicked the ‘Subscribe’ button, and a modal opened. But I should’ve been redirected to the subscribe page instead. Are we aware of it?”
“I need to show a modal with our newsletter when a button is clicked, but I’m not managing to do it with React Router. I tried using a <Link to="/modal" /> but it redirects to a page instead of opening the modal in-place. Can someone help?”
“We reached 10k concurrent users today on the site, an all-time high! That’s a 25% increase from last month”.
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Comment persuader les autres de modifier leur comportement ?

Comment persuader les autres de modifier leur comportement ? | Devops & Agile for Growth | Scoop.it
Pour modifier les comportements, ordonner aux individus de changer est souvent contre-productif – ils détestent se voir dicter leur conduite. Voici donc trois méthodes pour réussir à leur faire adopter de nouvelles habitudes.
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Alors, si dire aux gens ce qu’ils doivent faire ne fonctionne pas, que faire ? Plutôt que d’essayer de les convaincre, il est souvent plus efficace de les amener à se persuader eux-mêmes. Voici trois façons d’y parvenir.

1. Mettez les écarts existants en lumière

Vous pouvez accroître le sentiment de liberté et de contrôle des individus en mettant en lumière le décalage qui existe entre leurs pensées et leurs actions, ou entre ce qu’ils pourraient recommander aux autres et ce qu’ils font eux-mêmes.

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Le guide Scrum 2020 : De nombreux articles et commentaires d’experts francophones –

Le guide Scrum 2020 : De nombreux articles et commentaires d’experts francophones – | Devops & Agile for Growth | Scoop.it
Depuis son arrivée,  en novembre 2020, le guide suscite bien des commentaires. Voici des billets qui m'ont intéressé et parfois surpris...
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7 Things I’ve Learned About Lean Startup —

7 Things I’ve Learned About Lean Startup — | Devops & Agile for Growth | Scoop.it
I’m an early adopter of Lean Startup. Ever since Eric Ries starting writing about his thoughts on the Startup Lessons Learned Blog, I was hooked.
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Les quatre conditions pour qu’un changement s’opère

Les quatre conditions pour qu’un changement s’opère | Devops & Agile for Growth | Scoop.it
Ce sont souvent les quatre mêmes freins qui entrent en jeu et empêchent le changement.
Les projets de transformation fleurissent dans les entreprises et dans les organisations. La pandémie pourrait laisser croire que certains changements...
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Mistakes I've Made as an Engineering Manager

Mistakes I've Made as an Engineering Manager | Devops & Agile for Growth | Scoop.it
I’ve been a manager for many years at companies of different scale.Through these experiences, I’ve done my share of learning, and made some mistakes...
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Biais Cognitif d’insensibilité à la taille de l’échantillon –

Biais Cognitif d’insensibilité à la taille de l’échantillon – | Devops & Agile for Growth | Scoop.it
L’insensibilité à la taille de l’échantillon est un biais cognitif qui se produit lorsque les gens estiment la probabilité d’un résultat ou situation en se basant sur les résultats sur un échantillon sans égard à la taille ni à la représentativité de cet échantillon.
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La rétrospective à distance

La rétrospective à distance | Devops & Agile for Growth | Scoop.it
Les individus et les interactions plutôt que les processus et les outils. C’est par cette simple phrase que commence le Manifeste agile.Mais que devient...
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Why Agile 2 Is Not a Manifesto - DZone Agile

Why Agile 2 Is Not a Manifesto - DZone Agile | Devops & Agile for Growth | Scoop.it
A discussion of why Agile thought leaders came together to create Agile 2 and what they hope Agile 2 will bring to the fields software development.
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Pinterest Describes an Architecture for Efficient Retrieval of Hierarchical Documents

Pinterest Describes an Architecture for Efficient Retrieval of Hierarchical Documents | Devops & Agile for Growth | Scoop.it
In a recent blog post, Pinterest engineers describe how they implemented an efficient two-stage retrieval architecture to retrieve hierarchical documents in a home-grown search engine.They accomplish...
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Product Backlog Analysis — Making Scrum Work —

Product Backlog Analysis — Making Scrum Work — | Devops & Agile for Growth | Scoop.it
Making Scrum Work: A Forensic Product Backlog Analysis — from an oversized Product Backlog to a waterfall-like project planning in disguise.
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How To Develop an App Like Netflix in 2021 (Part 2) - DZone Web Dev

How To Develop an App Like Netflix in 2021 (Part 2) - DZone Web Dev | Devops & Agile for Growth | Scoop.it
What are the key factors behind Netflix’s success story? How do you start a streaming service like Netflix? In this article, we'll discuss these very questions.
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Getting The Most Out Of Git —

In this article, Tobias explores some of the less known but very useful features in Git. You’ll learn how to recover deleted commits, clean up your commit history, use submodules to manage third-party code and compose commits with precision — along with a friendly Git cheat sheet.
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Urbanisation (informatique) — Wikipédia

Urbanisation (informatique)

L' urbanisation du système d'information d'une entité ou organisation (une entreprise ou une administration) est une discipline d'ingénierie informatique consistant à faire évoluer son système d'information (SI) pour qu'il soutienne et accompagne de manière efficace les missions de cette organisation et leurs transformations.

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