Join us for a special conversation on building successful communities with Sam Newman and Agile consultant and coach Emily Webber. They’ll chat about the benefits of communities of practice, which include accelerating professional development, breaking down organizational silos, enabling knowledge sharing and management, building better practices, helping to hire and retain staff, and making people happier. Then they’ll open the floor for questions.
This is a chance for you to ask Sam and Emily anything you want about their own career journeys or about using communities to facilitate good collaboration between teams. They’ll spend a few minutes covering the trends that are influencing infrastructure, then tell you what you need to know to stay ahead of the curve.What you’ll learn and how you can apply it
- Explore the origins of, need for, and challenges around team collaboration
- See what’s coming next for infrastructure and ops
- You’re looking for ways to improve your team culture.
- Read Dynamic Reteaming (book)
- Read Agile Conversations (book)
- Take Managing Team Conflict (live online training course with Jennifer Stine)
- Take Mastering Communication Skills for Virtual Environments (live online training course with Zina O’Leary)
- Title: Infrastructure and Ops Hour with Sam Newman: Building Successful Engineering Communities with Emily Webber
- Release date: December 2021
- Publisher(s): O'Reilly Media, Inc.
- ISBN: 0636920669425
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