Breaking the Change Management Barrier

Patterns to Improve the Business Outcomes of Traditional Change Management Practices

In the digital age, the business climate has changed, and IT must adapt its processes accordingly. Traditional change management leads to long lead times, increased impediments and overhead costs, and frustration from the Development and Operations teams, business leaders, and customers. This paper offers several patterns that can be applied in tandem or as appropriate by leaders seeking ideas and opportunities for optimizing the ongoing value of change management while reducing its complexity.

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  • In the digital age, the business climate has changed, and IT must adapt its processes accordingly. Traditional change management leads to long lead times, increased impediments and overhead costs, and frustration from the Development and Operations teams, business leaders, and customers. This paper offers several patterns that can be applied in tandem or as appropriate by leaders seeking ideas and opportunities for optimizing the ongoing value of change management while reducing its complexity.

  • Ron Forrester, Sr., Director, Partnership Engineering, NIKE

    Jayne Groll, CEO, DevOps Institute

    Chris Hill, Senior ManagerContinuous Delivery Platform, T-Mobile

    Dr. Steve Mayner, SAFe Fellow andPrincipal Consultant, Scaled Agile, Inc.

    Erica Morrison, Executive DirectorSoftware Engineering, CSG International

    Scott Nasello, Director, Delivery Engineering, Columbia Sportswear

    Scott Prugh, Chief Architect & SVP Software Engineering, CSG International

    Rosalind Radcliffe, Distinguished Engineer, IBM

  • Pages: 31
    Format: PDF
    Publication Date: September 10, 2019