IT - DevOps

Are certain people clinging to the old ways of working? Here's how to identify them - and get them on board with your DevOps efforts

"At first glance, the benefits of DevOps are hard to deny. Continuous delivery of new software and features makes customers happy and businesses more agile. Highly collaborative, transparent, cross-functional ways of working can rally teams around a shared mission and purpose.

It's no wonder that companies big and small are singing DevOps's praises and expecting everyone to get on board and never look back. That's why it can be surprising when leaders encounter team members who seem to intentionally dig in their heels or create obstacles that slow DevOps down, says Matt Poepsel, senior vice president at The Predictive Index..."

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