Fresh off the presses this week is Mark Schwartz’s newest title, War and Peace and IT. Published by IT Revolution Press, the book is available in paperback, as an e-book and audio book. The author of The Art of Business Value and A Seat at the Table, Schwartz has crafted in War and Peace and IT a must-read for C-level executives and all IT leaders looking to effectively execute digital transformation that crosses barriers into the fray of competition and disruption. Despite digital transformation and innovation efforts, enterprises feel that their troops are not advancing. As a result, Schwartz’s latest book focuses on how non-IT leaders can work with IT to succeed in advancing their business goals amidst rapid change and innovation.
In our last blog, we discussed the role of knowledge transfer (KT) in ensuring ongoing DevOps success. (In case you missed it, you can read it here) As promised, today we’re going to take a closer look at the specific KT offerings the Flux7 DevOps consulting team brings to bear to help customers achieve their DevOps adoption goals.
“Na hee gnanena sadrusham” - Nothing is comparable to knowledge. As this Sanskrit proverb implies, nothing is as crucial as knowledge transfer (KT) for DevOps success. More than simple DevOps training, KT is the process of creating, capturing, organizing, sharing and/or distributing knowledge to ensure its availability. Importantly, KT provides inputs to problem-solving for future users and use cases. It is through KT offerings that the Flux7 DevOps consulting team empowers its customers, teaching them how to fish and helping them build an Agile enterprise. (For more information, refer to our blog, Why We Teach Our Customers How to Fish.)