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Move over Tech Debt!

Can't progress on Tech Debt?

Is it threatening your company or career?

Unfortunately, organisations are set up to encourage Tech Debt creation.

 

If you want to cope with Tech Debt successfully, you need to change how you think about it.

In my 2-hour, limited, virtual workshop, I will share the results of my 4+ years of adventure with TechDebt.

Agenda

Fine print

  • This is a knowledge-sharing session. We will use Chatham House Rule to protect the identity and affiliation of participants.

  • The facilitator (me) is associated with DXC Leading Edge.

  • The workshop is free but the number of spots is limited.

Book your place

The workshop will happen virtually, on the 19th of January. Check the exact time in your time zone here.

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Keeping upside and downside of TechDebt in one place is the most important challenge of managing it.
Keeping upside and downside of TechDebt in one place is the most important challenge of managing it.

Tech Debt in one slide.

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Tech Debt Yo-Yo cycle
Tech Debt Yo-Yo cycle

Once you have got Tech Debt, it accumulates even faster.

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Some people love it

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Knowledge & inspiration sources

Wardley Mapping

Simon Wardley's concept of organisational inertia enabled me to increase the level of abstraction and look beyond 'Tech' in 'Tech Debt', because the same pattern applies to every investment - they turn into liabilities.

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