Presenters: Eveline Oehrlich, Chief Research Officer, DevOps Institute and Enterprise Studio-DevOps @ HCL.
69% of DevOps Leaders rate themselves 4 or 5 out of 5 on learning and innovation.
The 2021 Upskilling Report from DevOps Institute and new DevOps research from IDC – presented by HCL, highlight the opportunity to blend technical upskilling with softer, human domain skills and tenets of learning organizations . To achieve velocity and quality of software delivery while improving teaming across IT and with business owners, a dedicated focus on learning is critical for continuous growth.
Join us for this presentation in which we will share insights from two DevOps research studies to inspire you to look at DevOps through the lens of organizational learning.
In this webinar, we will cover:
- Learning attributes of organizations at three levels of DevOps attainment: DevOps Adopters, Drivers and Leaders
- Consequences for DevOps when organizations are insufficiently prepared for genuine learning
- Options organizations should consider to overcome these challenges
- Current state of global DevOps upskilling programs
- Top DevOps skill domain categories and five must-have skills in each
- Skill wheel from DevOps Institute to aid your journey of professional DevOps upskilling
Organizations pursuing DevOps benefit by committing to a parallel and complementary pursuit focused on learning. For organizations to unlock the full power of DevOps, improve partnership between IT and business stakeholders, and develop a sustainable competitive edge, DevOps presents an opportunity for and, in fact demands, learning-at-all-levels ―business and IT, and across all functions.
 The Fifth Discipline, Peter Senghe