Presenting at ITx on moving from legacy to the future

by Bill Ross on 19/07/2018 10:00

Last Thursday I presented at the Wellington ITx Conference on the topic 'Moving From Legacy To The Future – Can You Get There From Here?'.

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IAG New Zealand's Daniel Scott-Raynsford presents on their journey to the cloud

by Brendon Livingstone on 07/06/2018 10:00

Shane Ross introduced Daniel Scott-Raynsford of IAG New Zealand at our client event a couple of weeks ago, and in the process he provided some context on why we approached IAG to speak. Many examples of successful DevOps, Agile and Cloud adoption focus on start-up and high-growth companies who are able to bake in these approaches from the start, unencumbered by legacy technology, strict regulatory controls and deep-rooted structures and ways of working.

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Equinox IT appoints Carl Douglas as Senior Consultant

by Brendon Livingstone on 06/06/2018 10:00

Technology leader and respected architect Carl Douglas has joined Equinox IT as a Senior Consultant, based in Wellington.

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Sharing our consultant's learning - April 2018

by Brendon Livingstone on 26/04/2018 10:00

We often are asked about the roles of Project Manager and Scrum Master for Agile projects. Are they both needed? What are the boundaries? Should they be combined?

So, last month Equinox IT Principal Consultant Carl Weller deliver the 'Agile leadership roles - let's clear up the confusion between PM & Scrum Master' presentation twice for some of our clients. Carl identified that there can be a role for both Project Managers and Scrum Masters on many Agile initiatives...

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Sharing our consultant's learning - March 2018

by Brendon Livingstone on 29/03/2018 10:00

A couple of weeks ago we hosted a fascinating executive event where Simon Bennett presented on 'Why the Responsibility Process® is the key to succeeding with Agile'. He concluded that when organisations adopt Agile, either top down or bottom up, it often doesn't work because it is an 'outside in' approach of people trying to control other people. The alternative is 'inside out' where people change themselves. Simon positioned the Responsibility Process as an 'inside out' approach for achieving Agile with responsible individuals having responsible interactions.

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