Agile Mindset Manifesto
At Daysha DevOps we have learned through our clients DevOps journey’s that mindset is the optimal starting point. Minds are like parachutes that work best when open.
Daysha DevOps cannot change your organization’s culture but we can change how people behave towards one another and that in turn impacts values and company culture.
✓ Shorter planning cycles over lengthy planning meetings
✓ Customers over internal concerns
✓ Deliver value over managing a cost budget
✓ Direct communications over emails and ticketing systems
✓ Servant leaders over command and control
✓ Generative over bureaucratic or pathological culture
✓ Empowered teams over wrestling with silos
✓ Product over project
✓ Automate over manual tasks
✓ How can I help? over not my problem
✓ Fail fast over never risk failure
✓ Shift left over bug discovery by customers
✓ System and common measures over isolated metrics
✓ Shared data across the SDLC over siloed reporting
✓ Trust over distrust
✓ Data driven decisioning over gut instinct
✓ Shared purpose over departmental objectives
✓ Continuous improvement over acceptance of status quo
✓ Continuous Learning over not learning
How do we help
You may be interested to learn more about how we put these concepts into action through our team Coaching and Mentoring services.
These offers are aimed at people who are new to transformational change and the agile mindset.
Delivered by experienced business professionals our Mentoring is aimed at individuals who may be recently appointed; forming new teams; tasked with bringing in new ways of working or could benefit from spending time out with a Mentor who has ‘been there and done that’.
Team coaching is very often a follow on from 1:1 Mentoring. We have a range of team workshops including Simulation as well as less structured but equally effective ways to align team values, or align the business and IT.
Coaching and mentoring are delivered by individuals who have practical experience of solving the problems associated with orienting individuals and teams to new processes, team structures and ways of working.