tel +66(0) 2634 7993-4
Youtube Facebook Twitter
Schedule NTC Network Training Center

DevOps Leader (DOL)

 
Duration 2 Days
 
 
COURSE DESCRIPTION
 
A DevOps Leader is a tactical or strategic individual who helps design, influence, implement or motivate the cultural transformation proven to be a critical success factor in DevOps adoption. This individual understands the human dynamics of cultural change and is equipped with practices, methods and tools to engage people across the DevOps spectrum.
 
 
COURSE OBJECTIVES
 
The learning objectives for DOL include a practical understanding of:
  • DevOps and time to market
  • The business and IT perspectives
  • Key differences between DevOps IT and traditional IT
  • Planning and organizing
  • Understanding performance and culture
  • Measurement differences
  • Designing a DevOps organization
  • Focusing on what matters
  • Ideas for organizing workflows
  • Sharing information
  • Defining meaningful metrics
  • Value stream mapping
  • The Spotify Squad model
  • Managing culture change
  • Popular tools and key practices
  • Putting it all together
 
 
COURSE OUTLINE
  • The Golden Circle
  • Understanding Organization Culture and Organizational Change
  • Strategies for Leading Cultural Transformations
  • Evolving Silos into Flat, Team Based Organizations
  • Managing Conflict
  • Creating Feedback Loops
  • Creating Learning Environments
  • Avoiding Change Fatigue
  • Communication and Collaboration Strategies
  • Meaningful Metrics
  • Resourcing for DevOps
  • Demonstrating DevOps ROI
  • Critical Success Factors
  • Getting Started
 
PREREQUISITES
 
DevOpsFoundation® Certification Course
 
 
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
 
Anyone starting or leading a DevOpscultural transformation program
  • Anyone interested in modern IT leadership and organizational change approaches
  • IT team leaders, managers, directors and business stakeholders
  • Practitioners and change agents
  • DevOps tool providers, systems integrators, and consultants 
 
Name :
Email :
 
Youtube Facebook Twitter