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Measuring Culture Change for Successful DevSecOps Implementation

Posted December 16, 2020 in Cutter Business Technology Journal
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How does one measure culture? How can measures and metrics be used to influence positive culture change? Cultural measurement needs to focus on evaluating outcomes and processes that reflect behavior change. Two major types of measures that provide valuable perspectives are business outcome and enabling metrics, and we can apply both measurement types to culture change.
About The Author
Kristin Curran
Kristin Curran is Culture Transformation Officer at Cloud Perspectives. With a background in anthropology and education, she brings an objective and holistic mindset to the tech sector. Ms. Curran’s areas of focus include data classification and categorization, data governance, geo-jurisdiction, and culture change. She has been a contributor with the Object Management Group and has participated in Canadian standards for data governance. Ms.… Read More
David Lipton
David Lipton is an independent consultant partnering with Cloud Perspectives, serving as the spiritual guide to DevSecOps. He brings many years' experience consulting to international clients as a software measurement consultant, offering independent estimates, monitoring and controlling in-flight projects, establishing portfolio plans, providing functional sizing, procuring and managing vendors, developing practical contract bids, and… Read More
Steven Woodward
Steven Woodward is founder and CEO at Cloud Perspectives, helping companies and governments effectively and transparently plan, secure, architect, deliver, support, and monitor cloud and digital transformation opportunities using a highly automated portfolio of solutions and expert specialists to help simplify and expedite compliant, secure solutions, cost effectively, while anticipating and addressing the necessary culture and process changes.… Read More
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