Team Topologies: Organizing Business and Technology Teams
Effective software teams are essential but how do you design the best teams? DevOps authors Matthew Skelton and Manuel Pais are here to help.
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Effective software teams are essential for any organization to deliver value continuously and sustainably. But how do you build the best team organization for your specific goals, culture, and needs?
In the first episode of a two-part series, Matthew Skelton and Manuel Pais, authors of the new book Team Topologies: Organizing Business and Technology Teams for Fast Flow, join the Dev Interrupted podcast to share their secrets to successful team patterns and organization design. They also discuss how to build adaptive team models capable of evolving with technological change and organizational maturity.
Both guests are DevOps leaders: Matthew coined the term "Team Topologies" and carries a Master's Degree in Neuroscience from Oxford University while Manuel is a DevOps thought leader and co-founder of DevOps Lisbon.
Episode Highlights Include:
- The four fundamental types of teams
- Why a fast flow of change should be the goal
- How to achieve faster flow and more effective feedback loops
- Why handoffs between teams are a bad idea
- What are "stream-aligned" teams?
- How to think about trust boundaries between remote teams
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