The Needed Mindset for DevOps

Shirley Ronen-Harel

Shirly Ronen-Harel is an Agile and Lean Coach and author of two books, Agile Kids and The Coaching Booster. Shirly provides Agile and lean solutions using methods like Scrum, Kanban, Agile Testing, Agile product, DevOps , agile project management and such.  In the companies she works with, Shirly is an integral part of Continue reading The Needed Mindset for DevOps

Getting Started with DevOps

Shirley Ronen-Harel

In next weeks Business901 Podcast, I was prepared for a technical discussion about DevOps, Scrum, and Kanban. Instead, I receive some of the best practical advice about getting started and working with people for any process. The excerpt below is just a small portion of what Shirley Ronen-Harel discussed in our conversation. Shirley Continue reading Getting Started with DevOps

Drill-Down Mapping for a System Perspective

Drill Down Map

There are a lot of different ways to get started with process mapping, but I have found one of the easiest, and most useful is in developing user stories versus the old SIPOC method of Suppliers-Inputs-Process-Output-Customer. Though I am a big believer in a SIPOC, it just I not the Continue reading Drill-Down Mapping for a System Perspective

Onboarding Your SaaS Subscribers


Does your SaaS product/service sell itself in your subscription based service? Or maybe, it is something more towards a membership style of arrangement?  Either way, there are a lot of lessons to be learned from the art of onboarding employees for most SaaS models. When we look at successful onboarding Continue reading Onboarding Your SaaS Subscribers

A Storyboard Beginning


Storyboards – Vision Boards – Idea Boards – Task Boards – Kanban Boards We have had all sorts of boards since the caveman were painting pictures on cave walls. I have a hard time crediting Leonardo da Vinci, who put his ideas up on a wall and left them there Continue reading A Storyboard Beginning