WTFinar (with transcript): Why Do 70% of Digital Transformations Fail?

    Most transformations fail because they are (unintentionally) designed to.

    Podcast: Adrian Cockcroft on Serverless, Continuous Resilience, Wardley Mapping, Large Memory Systems and Sustainability

    Charles Humble talks to Adrian Cockcroft, ex of AWS, Battery Ventures and Netflix. They discuss: memes in computing, serverless first, chaos and ideas around continuous resilience, strategy and Wardle...

    Podcast: Toli and Andy Norton from Cinch on Team Topologies, Theory of Constraints, and Serverless

    Charles Humble talks to Apostolis Apostolidis (aka Toli) and Andy Norton from Cinch, arguably one of the UKs most successful start-ups. They discuss: how the company got started, how Team Topologies, ...

    Podcast: Silicon Valley Product Group’s Christian Idiodi on Product Management Skills and Product Discovery

    In this episode Charles Humble talks to Silicon Valley Product Group partner Christian Idiodi about how he got started in product management, the Certified Scrum Product Owner and MBA pathologies, how...

    Podcast: Sudden Compass Co-Founder Matt LeMay on Effective Product Management and Conducting User Research

    In this episode Charles Humble talks to Matt LeMay, co-founder and partner at Sudden Compass about the job of product management. They explore what the job entails, common A/B testing pitfalls, conduc...

    Business Value, Soccer Canteens, Engineer Retention, and the Bricklayer Fallacy

    Having the privilege of working in software in the 2020s, I hear variations on the following ideas expressed frequently:

    3 Key Practices for Building Organisational Resilience

    Three key practices help us prepare for a crisis:

    Meet Container Solutions's New CTO: a Chat With Ian Crosby

    What a time to start a new job. In June, in the midst of COVID-19-related economic upheaval around the world, Container Solutions named its new chief technology officer. Ian Crosby replaces CS co-foun...

    Cloud Native and Wishful Thinking—or, How to Avoid Buying Coconut Headphones

    ‘Every great cause begins as a movement, becomes a business, and eventually degenerates into a racket’. —Eric Hoffer, moral and social philosopher