BLUF - Bottom Line Up Front
BLUF is a framework for declaring the purpose of the message and the action required. It should provide the most important information.
The WRAP model for decision-making helps us to be aware of and avoid decision-making biases like Outcome, Cognitive & Confirmation Bias.
Minimum Viable Product (MVP) is a simple product with only a minimal set of features to enable testing with real users. That can be achieved using various types of MVPs.
The Lean Startup is an approach for creating and sustaining a successful startup. Short business-hypothesis-driven development cycles.
SCARF Model represents five areas influencing human behavior. The human brain wants to minimize danger or maximize reward which activate respective responses. It explains and helps to deal with human reactions, motivations, and interactions. Description Reward state activators Threat state activators Status Relative importance to others, personal worth Positive and mutual feedback, public acknowledgment Critique,...
Westrum Organizational Culture
Westrum Organizational Culture The organizational culture predicts the information flow in an organization. Good information answers the questions that need to be answered in a timely manner and the receiver can effectively use it. Good information flow is critical to be safe and effective in high-tempo and high-consequence environments. Culture Pathological Bureaucratic Generative Description Fear...
Acronymat DevOps Areas of improvement - 24 DevOps Capabilities in 5 categories: CD, Architecture, Lean Management and Monitoring, Cultural.
Transformational Leadership - Vision, Inspirational communication, Intellectual stimulation, Supportive leadership, Personal recognition.
Design Thinking is an iterative, user-centered, solution-based approach to solving problems by creating innovative solutions.
DMAIC is not a good fit for every situation. First, you need to recognize if the problem can be solved with the DMAIC.
The SPACE of developer Productivity framework for capture different dimensions of productivity to measure productivity in a better way.
DMAIC is a data-driven process improvement cycle. DMAIC consists of five interconnected steps: Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control