Practicing DevOps successfully requires knowledge of hard skill areas such as continuous delivery and automated testing. But even if you have all these tools in place, you are not necessarily successful. And why is that?
In most cases, the people are not in the right “state” or mindset, to actually use these new practices and tools. Fear of failure, of speaking up, motivation and drive are all factors that play an important role.
Creating a culture where people show courage, work on team building, practice DevOps leadership and have a continuous improvement mindset is hard but extremely important.
In this session, I will talk about what a DevOps MindSet is. How to recognize fears and counter-productive behavior and give you some tips and insights on how to start growing a DevOps Mindset for yourself and your colleagues.