DevOpsChat Special Guests: Jose Casal and Luke Hohmann

Jose Casal and Luke Hohmann join us for a DevOpsChat about collaboration frameworks and how they can enable you to engage with your customers in a meaningful way to deliver great customer experiences. You can see the questions for this DevOpsChat at the bottom of this page.

Jose has significant experience of delivering Lean and Agile coaching/training to large private and public sector organisations such as The Scottish Government, Credit Suisse, Capita, Student Loans Company, NHS Choices, The University of Kent and P&O Ferries.

He is the Chair of the BCS Agile Methods Specialist Group and the chair of the London Lean Kanban Day and Playcamp UK conferences. He was also the lead creator of the BCS Agile Foundation Certificate, including the official syllabus, exam questions and associated training materials.

Luke is the author of Innovation Games: Creating Breakthrough Products Through Collaborative Play and founder and CEO of Conteneo, Inc. Conteneo’s platforms help you identify, shape and align on your priorities and your customer’s priorities, increasing engagement and improving effectiveness.

He will be a keynote speaker at the Lean Agile Scotland conference (04-06 Oct)

Luke and Jose are delivering a public training session Collaboration Frameworks for Product Discovery on 2nd and 3rd October. And Jose is also delivering a number of public training courses throughout September and October.

Video Interview

A conversation with Jose Casal and Luke Hohmann about Collaboration Frameworks, covering a range of topics including:

  • What we mean by “collaboration”
  • Understanding the role and value of Collaboration Frameworks
  • How to analyse the goal/purpose of a collaborative effort
  • What team sizes support collaboration
  • The importance of defining responsibilities
  • Collaboration between teams
  • Top tips for getting started with Collaboration Frameworks

Questions for this DevOpsChat

  1. What does the word “collaboration” mean to you?
  2. What barriers to effective collaboration have you seen or experienced?
  3. What are the signs that a team is collaborating well?
  4. What do you think is meant by “collaboration frameworks”?
  5. Why do you think collaboration frameworks could be useful for a DevOps team?
  6. If you have a recent experience of successful collaboration, can you identify what made it successful?

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