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Our March event will include three presentations addressing Organizational Change and Leadership Skills. Presenters represent Braun, King and Aeritae. 12:30 - 1:00 Registration / Networking 1:00 - 4:00 Welcome announcements Presentation 1 - Frank and Braun Intertec Presentation 2 - Angelica King Break and Networking Presentation 3 - Aeritae Consulting Group Prize Drawing and Wrap Up

3/12/2015
When: Thursday, March 12, 2015
12:30pm - 4:00pm
Where: Medtronic, Inc
8200 Coral Sea Street NE
Mounds View, Minnesota  55112
United States
Contact: Tim Peterson
612 337-2265


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Our March event will include three presentations on Organizational Change and Leadership Skills.

Updated schedule available soon.

12:30 - 1:00         Registration / Networking

1:00 - 4:00

Welcome announcements

Presentation 1 -  Frank and Braun Intertec

Presentation 2 - Angelica King

Break and Networking

Presentation 2 -  Aeritae Consulting Group

Prize Drawing and Wrap Up

 

Event Sponsors

Frank Marketing -                  

"As change communication experts since 2005, we produce the Frank IT Change Kit: the easiest way to deploy change readiness tools and communications to empower project teams, engage employees and accelerate user adoption during enterprise IT business transformation."

 

Aeritae Consulting Group, Ltd

Jim Brooks | Vice President – Strategic Services

The Significance and Impact of DevOps on your organization

My take is that DevOps is an essential function for organizations that desire to streamline their development, deployment and operations of internal or customer-facing web applications.  Not only is there an efficiency gain, but also a quality gain when practicing DevOps.  Unfortunately, DevOps is a bit like Agile methodology in the sense there is no single right way to practice DevOps.  DevOps must be tailored for the organization based on needs, maturity of the processes and the people involved.  For many organizations the "quirk" is that the traditional IT (infrastructure, ITSM, etc.) and App Dev teams have historically operated in isolation so ramping up DevOps has been challenging due to lack of any overlapping processes between the teams.  Where IT typically focuses more on rigid processes that are more predictable (bottom line), the App Dev teams have pressures to deliver business value (top line).   Before DevOps can be smooth, the two teams must be ready to sing kumbaya to share and empathize with each other.

 

 

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